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ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TAMBLE. Wun DI)Ars. Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., and 5.10 p.m. SLeave Ilcidolberg-8 25 and 10.265 a.m., '6nd:25.5 p.nl. ,1 cvn.e[ Greeansorongh 17 mtnutea .later 'lt [~debif[ nd arrive at Elt am 25 :ninute4'.¢tier ileain ýroiutb~le -.` t :Leave Eltbam-7.35 and 0.35'a.m., and 55 p. m. Leave Green'horough 8 minutee Inter. Leave IleiIeolberg-8.17 and 107.la.m., and 5.47 p~m. SATURnD.t? YR. Leave 3Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., 1:10 and 6.10 p m. Leave Heidelberg-8 25 and 10,25 a.m. ; 1.65 nod 5.566 p.nm.. Leave . lltham-7.36 and 9.5 ,a.m. ;; 1.6 and 5.5 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m. I 1.47 and 5 47 p.m.
SEVEN HUNDRED YEARS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
:,SEVEN HUNDRED YEARS OF WAR. I Field-Marshal Count von Walderaseep of the German Army, recenitly sunt SInd up thle result of 700 years of! iighting between France and GC: many. ' ' •? " The figures prove to my mind, not only the folly of war in goetierl"' Ssavy Von RWaldersce,.i but1i1 ptiso that French ail Gcermlans aro quits.' I He:e is the grand total `ofyictorieas and defeats witli the numlber;hoftmnli killed a1d w(ounded oi theoi battl6 field foir bIoth countries.? r:; ' ' F1renchlien killed and wsotlLed by I Germains, 1,100,.j20 ;.Ceriand killed and" wounded by 1?.r WI? ch i i 57Q7 780 : iuinbc" ..of FI rncl$ 3'ictoil es over ,cGeroltus, 2105 l nlumber ofl, o' Ilanl victoriesa. over ;ren h, 240. Thie Gciloains on the whole have had lIte 1i0ore 'victi;rle?than thel 1'renclm, and hi?e ?illed 2 740 iido 6;of thgir antaonl ltn tii the aitagon ists hIss a kmllpd of tlieii. 'Ih. eo.tiu. . vi?v 'ltomles, • Ct?fit 0o0 n.aleri beilpnqim?t,?na,,y5 eounied 1or jy tm hl I irncilm lusse m...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION, The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1P90, slid Prclnmaitions thereunend, i amondilg to date, are published for general infornmation. Section 16.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or streas,, or within such distance from the n.iint thereof as may be proclaimed by ilhe Goernor in :oulncll,'slirll 8ie iiable to " -;lty of not less than £2 nor mobre stan £20. Section 16.-All nets containing fish shall be emptied in the water. Ally peron draw. oIng on to dry land any neot containing fish shall be liable to a penalty of not less than '£ nor more than £20. Section 210.-Amy person knowingly tak. log or assisting or attempting to take any flsh not Indigenous to Victoria, or any of .such species, within three years after their lotroductlon, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently taken such fish and shall not forthwith return the same to the water in which they wers eaptured, shall be liable to a penalty o...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
00 URTS. 1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentioned pluces, on the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz. : Name of Court Day Feb March April May Juneo July August Sept Oct Nov Dec Heidolberg onday ...0 2 2, 2 2 4,25't 1,22*t 6,271 3, t 14,28t 5,26t 2, 23+t 21t Anderso aCreek Monday. 11 9 9 o 11 8 13 10 7 12 16 7 1Ethan. ... Tuesday ... 11 10 10 1 12 9 14 11 8 13 10 8 Eealesville .. Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18 16 13 10 8 5 3,31 Lilydale .. Friday .9 30 613 6 134t 23; t .7f.8 ,1*t.5 5 5t.12 3 2t.10 7, 14 4, 11, 18 2. 9, 161 6,13 4,11 20, 27 20,27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 28*of 25f 23*t 30 20*t, 27 18s0 31*t Ferutree Gully. Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 26. 23 28 25 23 Warburton Saturday 1.. 2 1 21 13 6 13 11 9 5 3,31 28 19 " Police Mngletrate's visits. . Licensing and Warden's Courts. D. -BEtRIMAN, Clerk of Courta.
WARRANDYTE MAILS AND TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
WARRANDYTh MAILS AND T'IIMpPLZ S?TOWR tHIIRR COUNCIL. TO TilE EDITOR OF TaIE EVELTN OnuRRvRR Sir,--In perusing the coalmns of your valuable paper I find in a report of the meeting of the Templestowe Shire Council where our (un)worthy councillors have been again dabbling in matters that don't con cern them re Warrandyte mail service. Some few months rgo a public meeting was held to take into consideration thenlteration of the service. A motion in favor of the present service (arrive Warrandyte 9.30 a.m. leave 12 noon) was carried by a majority of five (n host of ratepayers not knuowing any thing of the mseting). Cr. Spears was present and going strongly for a service as the contractor now suggests, leave tA'hrran dyte 7.30 a.m. return from Heidelberg 5.50 :p.mo l.t L jee?olto me. au.thouch it werena casoe of'whei you're'ln Romu yoau's.ronesrt?t1so' litme dloes .with Ora. Speers nli Alnrew, judging. from conversatlens had with both and their actions at the 'ouncli table. It seems to m...
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, or 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 — 22 May 1903
CORRESPONDENOE. . Without endoring the- opinions of our: .orrespondents, we sihll hb glad to ittsert conmmunications hearing upoi topics of Spubliu interost;which may beintelligently Sepresned and free from personalities;or condition of receiving the writer's rend'. :'name, not necessarily for publication; buh as a guaratntee of'good faith. TO TIR EDITOR OF TIIOR VELYN OaBSRVER. DIar Sir,-The dislocation oi postal com munication last week through the railway. strike was the cause then of my not sending this.. Your. correspondent " Digausted" I.&lt;would have liked him-to have need a more euphonious- Wimn de plume-complainsa of the disgust ad naueaum he feels'for the correspolide.uce published- in .tle. Evelyn Observer re criticism of a councilior'e .assumed self-importance in writing of'the doings of the shire council. I am?ýuito sure it there was anything disgustingoluauseous in the correspondence alluded to )ou would, not have published it, .Your corresp'ndent' must.be ver...
WHITTLESEA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
WIlITTLESEA PLOUGHINOG? MATCH. us A plinngling ostob under; 1thi r inltgesment of: theo Wbittleseni Agri e cultural Societyvwas held ast Williauul a brook," the property of Mr. W. R. I Merrilee, i:Whittlseesea,on the 12th' r itnat, whein .wastiy-oie teams cunompeted a in' the va'riotns clasnes,'. The grouind was saniewhait dry, but still some ex* f cellelot work was. dtne.' Autong the I conimpritobrs, littile H J.: Coulthird, wlio carried off secoiud hoitri in thi hiys', cles,; atoractedl i lot of ttentiotni, J Sid rhe wark lie dotio prva d 'lanigood, piloilghiinnshtli did , not 'necessarily rdepiend on ' rohnti constilntioni; 'his is the first la:tch hI ld for a unlmher of years in the district; diid the, lilbral tnlllner in which it wis uSiuported by &lt; the general public in the way of con'ributing mioney and trophies, it is. likely such compealtions will again become popular, and at least be held annually. Followinng nr the complete results in the sereral classes:- SING...
CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
, CO- N CERT AND, AIALri-. i .In thi eveniniig cniertl wras held in t' Inal M achanicii %y ill a li r .a plb,'lil? aitclinrlcil.nc r JJifint Fitch ubly tilled the chair,' nn'i il i't t cp is iital C 'Iprgr -ir inh tiroiiugl; v li'ici was isifollowa :Oerturr.Mi*i AR.'i WVHIlpto dii ; song"' Mr .'J. WVird.i recilus. 'iin, Mr. L'L.Taylr'; ,limieMis 3'ranciis.i and Mrs. A.: H. Whelpio.'din ;iinig, Mia-' James,; gsonig, Mr 3- Wiicrd l; iniog ,Mina Myrtle' Siiith ;i ai,?;n,;- Mrs i-'HaniiEot ; r wing; M'aster i'Jamies ;- ioiig,'. Mr -J.:'I Urlowl; Wrrittin.i r. M L;r Taylor;I : soiig. Mr i nl tiInat s;n! igM ita'Oolien ;.Oe soi;, Miss FrPrnioCIs; i'sng, Mr Hilnitinl; n Milei M ii'Francia ;: raitationii Mr L.1; .Tylor; sb', Mri. 'Hiiinf t; God. S8ve thi Kin *.'. . iAf, er the ?dcicort nI h1all witn held Iin diliciniil Is keiit 'nl rrl: rily g;oi Lgr ?o 3 a;iii'y Mrs. 'sWhellitii i(pino) IanIdt Meoi.tWiite (violins) 'provided tI-'e muaic.J*:* . . 1*^ :
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
At a public 'nmeutin ,'held at Kangaro, Ground on 'I leday evening last, it was uinnimously rusolved to formu a local football club. The mutter wis taken up e'nthusiaiticnlly by thols present, and some 16' young chaps handed in tlheir inanas as ilemblers. Mir. Oharlie White was appointed 8ecretary, and the nelmher's fee wos fixed at 2n Another meeting will he held next Tuesday evening to appoint a captain and transact othier Ibuiness. Miembtrs and intelnling memlolers are requested to meet for praclice next Saturday afternoon in MAr. Parker's paddock, adjoining the printing office.
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
JIIIl)ºAY, MAY 22, 1003, A knclnl will lo IIHII rha th Uppor I)lainaunl rnrek all all'l'lhurwtlny vn. ltg next, 2$zla lnez, ll Nlltlll NI. WWtII 11n0 l1p,1 Hinte euatjwtl Ni. I 28, Qn-uiaI t own, till till lio hrliid IiI t tiiiii niu in tihi I'mutono i 11111 Mill1, when i 1III Kingslkk 0 tutut Ulitt will lht Ia'aiiadlll wthI tha iopliy won Lth he ft flhutJZ Dceriil' its and lhi wife's absaeice at Yarra? Gluii Iet T1Tuesday r, "e. F. Ranisevyer's resideant;e at Kangaroo Ground was broken into and valuables stolen. A :rand col: crts and lall, ndder thi mlanne?nint. if, ti lt, ' hArihur' Creek Rifll COhill, will be held in theI Arthlir's. Ureiek ulechinaies' Institutea O?VWedlles. day evening, 3rd Julile.uext. ForotChrone Chest Coniplaint, ·Woods' Great Pepliermint U -re. slr 6d. - Thu railway s~rike, which Eoumnenced l theI O.h. insi., teurrmltited on the 15b ilist., when the. eninell'rivers agreed to Ian unconditional I arrunder. The Elthamu train is niw running as -heretcfore. 'We'L...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
Wi , HITTLESEA I' +SHIRE E CO'U;NCIL G IThe adjourned ot ntily tnerti't of ti theabliove Shlrr Oounoil -Cies hld at `Y tie C(oatnupci!lC entr ''Yi' Ysri?n, an ft 'SBturdany, lat 16th ihitY Pr?eilit;:-',: The. Pri~aieitL (Ot . Driper), nd O'C rs Corifoos, Morris; Reid, and Thomas. ['hlie iia'jues of l the previous iielting w w!re reid alndl on,'firmed and' outward oa csirrnpoidhtslie sapproved of ' n ,Th F Prid lt? reparted that- 'the coiluiittqi lipil inted it coinsider'thl ";Anindiled Local Governsentiit Bill'" hall ma tthu i:inorhing,i but. had inot com leted its alors?, And would again meot oi the mliornihg of next Council day .;" ;: OORI.SPONDEO o. _From M aunstipal Alaociation of Vio; tori, to fire iqesurauce and co-operative actioi:.n o obtain, loner. ratea,---Rei ceived, and Secretary io. supply in fornsatiaon ,;irctd ,s to policies held. 1 th onincil. . c i O trhosits T considerel they I shoiuldc isavat' iatt?ted, f ls les d ins . bo e 'l oneu'tlaO of tiM Oou,1t+plu4ý Sties ...
MISSION MEETINGS. KANGAROO GROUND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
?ISSION MEETINGS. KANGAROO GROUND PRESBYTERIAN CHUItCfl, The mission meetings, which had hoon postponetd from the previous tuonth, were held during the evenings of last week. The late strike pre. vented the rnissioner's attendance on M 0o1ay oeveniig; slld unfortunately his service on the Tuesday was clouded by the inclement woeather. onittaideting the stortny night, the aittendancot was large. The Rev. Stuart Byron, of the Pres byterian Church, HIIidelberg, coll ducted, lhe services on Tuesday natl WVedneslday evenintgs,his interpretation of his texts was clear and logical, bright, ndli at times huttmorous. On the first evenittg it1. preached fromn the text " Behold the Lambu of God, which tlketh away t he sil ,of the world," John I., v, 29, and throughi the, address sa ng the followintg hytmns :-t- Behold Otis stantdin at the dOor," "llave you ,taty roomt for Jesus," nod PitPy, brU Ithreu, prey." On the Wedonesday vtlutittg he chose for his text " For the Solt of Mtan, is omelu to...
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
MELBOURNE HORSE AMARKET. Oanmpbell rad Sons, Kirk's Baznar, rlort:--Ialuesns for tlhu week itns sýnil beLi qul t 'owing to ottrucks leinig available to hritg d dn ounttry horses. Extra henvy drauglhtalf young and sound are in fair r'eqult avtd prices up to late quottatiuons. 1tudium drauglhtt and fain horses and nutlvt delivery ,tar& sors han v i met ,ith ready sIl'. Only n few Itdian horsne wir. forward and these ritiliad full values, flon stout plianton pnuies and phLaaon pairs tre iantttd for shipmen.tt and art selling well. Wu have etquirles for well ontolhtd itgngy ptire,young tttld sound, nlso for edluo,ted ninlgl buguy horses. Indiai gunnlltrs tnr wanted and hlgli price. irn easily obtainahlo. Na chantet to tae It ordinary eddlle and hearnos htrs?e, Our ordinary raleas conitrisu -Extnr hItvy drngthts, tllject to trlill, £31 th £1| tn medlct, draughs, C2t? to ,3I1 t Ilaolian remolnate and gnllltrs, i t I il; aorder Dlart harerie, £8 10h to C£12 10s; lphatln p',irq, aln...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
A Shoemaker's. Lier Restored to "Regularity. The Case, of Mr. F. MYERB (By a qReporter.) - On evenings when :economy is being studied.iby..turning out all the street lamps, and when the suburbs are plubnge ad into darkniss through the moon be in' obscurd by passing clouds, a aplen dst-oportunity to maltreat and rob re-. :epctasble citizens is presented to the :gprrotter, who strolls about in quest of S:likeoly subjects. Violent assaults are committed, and, in the absenco.of light, t?e, vi?tima' aro unable to reoogniso tUloir ' ssailanuti,.,Alid tbually:, escape . in to-.. "uniphid- Althollbugh Mr. Francis Myers, of 00' Graham-etreot, Port Melbourne, suffered considerably, he ultimately : ained a victory over his opponent. Mr. M.yors' anecdote is given in his own words. ' "Bootmaking and bad health seem to S.go hand in hand, for I have suffered with my liver ever since I havo been at the 'trade, with the exception of the last .year or two, since when I ,have been in grand fettle. I u...
THE REVIEW OF CRIMEAN VETERANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
THE REVIEW OF CRIMEAN VETERANS, ItL I known.ll to virr f'w ( pl 11 th1t thi uIlot I'1 Put('tinhinn, HTurrey', 'Pluim ,i tih Ilin Qullren revie?w d Ihi til'(i t lonpi i till r h rih ( lru ro'll Itn rl.mn' War111, lIhI'I' III pr'erYI'vLd by tIllhn iwnrin (of tihn prprl) iy, aii In niw e)11 of i? t Ihi nIIII) Ill 'l.l lll ?i luilllllu rku i: Il nn iuir ii, t uu ll i ul It iirg u hurI lthllih iloyl htrlil?a e|ut d lllin that mlolnIl urnul th Irnyon Tle pluc r tin KII l' IIII .I by (III( I111o 1 Will o rn i til l ' It e 'ntlt (hato h ui ly useI r nI aeI( by I nl?'lrl of tl l. o 111f l? tIhul ta to of itl,- phio ,r 1', l , ulll k Nul ll pll I ,ii t. ofl |;lllltl1lI Ih,' t1 l | .f Iih, Mt iull hiliiei , o i'n ' i I i II' t Ii i 11 et ilt tl, ilho ii I t ii ita' rl u tt It, nl ii Inln t I nllit a rnalll I lAll I ll?ttl lru w an ot hauInI slllu r wllllol ls t e Unlll hl , 1 i a111i 11 Ih hlls i lU t Il lubrilluue, Lltu U lluu Jlik Wi IilW?,
PREPARED IMPROMPTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
PREPARED IMPROMPTUS. P1rnammaking two or three genorationa ago played an important part in French politics. Loui XIV, had alit: rary prompter who used to plimo him with phrasesand plan for him ademns such as would excite thbo people'a admiration, '" Your majesty will soon be going to the races," iold this prompter 0es day. *' You wil find a notary entering the bets of two princee of the blood. When you see him, sire, make the rematk a " What Is the use of tLis man P Ought there to be written contracts between gentlemen P Their word should be enough.'" The scean came off-t.e prompter' nw to that-and the Oourtiers exclaim ed t " What a happy thought I Hoe kingly ; that in his style. Another scene; more likely to impress the populace, was planned by this prompter. A sledging pleasure party was arraaged for the king. Just as it was about to stant enveral carts passed by, carrying wood to the poor of Paris, " These are my ledges,t' aid Louis, pointing to the loaded carte, and he lecllned...
FORTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
FORTY YEARS AGO. -14 a-,(From: thGl' i.?, epre ; " The following lines were :suggested by reading the account infa lateo issue of a high claus entertainment given in the Warburton Mechanics' hall: It don't seem to look like the place Ned, It 'pears to me as we're wrung Some ways-yet, that there looks like the head Of the gully where we eaopued Just there w?lsere the road winds along. Thro' the bush and the scrub we'd tramped From Em'rald diggins, and our tucker was low, When we hit this ere worry spot Nigh on ter forty year ago. There's the bend in the river yonder, And there's the deep hole in the creek, Where ye ketchied the big five pounder " While I boiled the billy-dead beat. My word but that were a streak O' good luck. for we hadu't'mucb to eat, 'Cept damper, since we leit the shatity below, As was kept by the big tiermnu's darter Nigh on ter forty years sgo. Yes, this ere. right enough, is the "Scotch man's" - aBut my worlt Ned, aihat i change Since the time we lefit'hat cre7...
Are You Bilious? [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
There are few complaints that go to mnke life not worth living, worse than biliousness, .The coated tongue, had taste in the month., belching of wind from the atomnch, yellow complexion, jaundiced eye, all testify to the disordered condition of the stomach caused Iy the bile not being properly carried away Dr. 'lorse's Indian Rout. Pills touch the liver as no other remedy does, cleansing the system of nil impurities, makinog thelstnmach clean and pure. They nrsist Nature in the discharge of all her functions; ilecrease the alipetite, p?olduce soounda sleep, and give elosticity to the spirits. Dr. ,lorse's lndian Root Pills are a permanent and positive cure for all Liver and Kidney Ailments. I'ack?l in amber bottles with the full name blown tlhireen. ' O ' : ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.