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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
A SOOThINU BIALM & I3.iaROCAfION. ia pra tipally the only otw meet tn Australasia entirely tree from atmil Itt anted mineral. Zum-Bitut is pa.rey vegretble and wcill he found a erten cture for Cut, homrns, bels. Bruisas, Runneing Sarle. Pells. Ecze., enrose, Rlnoeworm. Pimple.e. Itlnoektode Rheumatism, I.umhslga. ,Sattit, Chuppod and. Cracked Honda; Cbiilb-ats. @c, As nn emheoetetn Ztne-Buk i uneequlled. From all medicine vendors, e/O per Pot, or dirett rome the Zant.-uk Manufacturing Company. d0 Pitt Strtet. Sydtoey, Free Sampletrill be bent you on roeeot of a penny con p for returl poistage 1. Bread Dear. 2. Butter Dear, 3. Blankets OGEAP, ITewiseN "Flanfnels a i*Ilannelettes, Quilts knd Rugs' Dress Goods and jCostumes,; Blouses and Skirts, Coasets and Underclothing, Hosery and Gloves, Fur Necklets and Umbrellas, Jackets'and Rainproofs, Millinery for Ladies and SChildren. Juvenile and Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Flats and Shirts, TlIs and Underwear. Tailoring Perfect, Fit a...
WHOLESALE BURGLARIES. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
SACU s ot1) COarat l'tTlW.FORl iit L. Shis liters asptasel of e 'lrrie aoid minalrir oli-iiceaMwho= sra?lrt ..recnt y aiptnuredil'hy iia aAlpliiaigtoe ia sad Ii tr Sdescrilrtaln ild't asi.lcOt ii5 5iira" lirehfO h idilhr; uroi BlMty'!laat, al'r`'"Kogh ' fs"t';P.M, id') Aessi's n 'Y WVilliain Masri Sr H-enry T1idi eon, s jtllsuriy nlliibri in ?r c hrew' bith bhre , kin; -int h . ?, "he ,pa'o.f, Ai.thr :raira5 Aplhiin h .nd stea l ,"there from in'?pairs of Go] l iiapr 'ers i nainnait'ld faiir ial ' aiihnejii, . owied to silh,'ci of th ona niia'surety if 50 iad '"thi dasels in ta siailar amount respeeivety Willinmi' ri;il ri er aili, cflrfar ed a iwi liaviig rt'" housiirenkin? r iiile incsit: ion hie flirisaesilt Hi' defence fras thie he had imnkel op thof I jiitith. IH-wsmisse d is.o ois. ils U' iaii Il siip'riainninu Iit aftailth, 8liih lla a.ti t hi ? A & ihrinns? Pattolicustanio ili. Gales iaal e !Far klr, iSvi iho ;f }r . l '' ha', hrr ht;I "i'?c"use"t P'ossesint ; -rAdeSa...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
OLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The subjolned Table, showing the Close Seasons for Game, is published for general information. All previous Tables are hereby oancelled, Il WHOLE YEAR. All AustralIan Fa'sna, with the exception of snakes, in National PArk near Wilson's Promontory, all birds, except sparrows land nmlahi, not ndillgenlous to Auntralla, and their produce (inclulding eggs), antelope, . eatera, hustard or wild turkey, Califur ian qnall, deer, emuls, sllhttllhntres, faa tlls, lv.ratcber., great klng?flser or laulgh h k ja.ksle, grouse, Ibis, large grev ka iroos (macroillus lganlllus), great red kangaroos (macropns runls), lyre-birds, nmag loe, magpie lark, native bears, owls, partildgcs, pheasants, platypus, lolargue or mopdkes, robins, seals, souithern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 14th day of June to the 20th day of Decem her In each year, Illak swan, wild geese of all kinds, let day of August lit each year to the last day of alarch foll...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
S COURTS. 1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentioned places, on the days, at the hours, and on the dates bcrelnafter reepeetively set out, viz. : Name of Court Day Feb Marh April May June July August Sept Oct Nov Dec Heidelberg ,., Monday 10 2, 23 3t 6 ,27* 4,25t' , 22't 6,271 3,240t 14,28't 5, s26t , 53+t 21' Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 9 20 11 8 13 10 7 12 16 7 Fitham ... Tuesday ... 11 10 10 21 12 9 14 11 8 3 to a Hlealearille ... Thursday... 230 26 26 23 21 8 16 13 10 -8 5 3,31 Lilydale .. Friday . 30.9 6 10t 6,I l 3,17t 1.e't.1 Lt,12 3*t .10 7, 14 11, 18 2. 9, 16 6.13 4.11 2 ;1327 20,2° 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 28 2+ 23, 020+, 27 iA 3lt Ferntree Gully.. Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton ... Saturday ... 10 21 21 1S 16 13 11 8 5 3,31 28 19 " Police Magistrate's Vi.lts. t Licensing andl Wrden's Courts. D. BERRIof CoAN, Clerk of Courts.
BETRAYED BY A BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
BETRAYED BY A BULLFINCH, A Imusician empioyid It one of the l.odol theatrcn IosoMsned an ebony Iute with silver keys, II hsldom used it,howtver,in counequouco of one l Ithe upper autan being dell ctiv. The munician had fur a lodger a young mcan, theatrical tailor, and bhtwern the two thir, risted a considletablo frintiebip. One el.hi, while the muo'ician was away at hi, butnonls, some one stole blia Hule with tho slr?er kie, and suapicion fullll o i Ill o r lwolman who umod to colle to Io t he t uoewe tk flowor r, tothLig tleldedl tho show ltht the old ledy was really guilty,adl the affair was sholtly fo*. gllott. it a Iow mntlsl the tlir left tl.e house of the Iuslician, Itlld wea to live in a town a row milen off, but as tLn Iliendllhip bealweenlth Inel still esistsed they ocernsoslily vlilltll each other. Nearly a yoer alterowrsdl the muslsanl paid the tLilor e visit, as wan pleiaed to Hutt him in tposnwso of a brsntitul bullfluohl, which nouldl dltilnct) whistle three ltuoeo,. '...
£400,000 IN DISCARDED ENGINES [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
£ 400,000 IN DISCARDED ENGINES The . installation .of the ." third rail." electric system on the elevated, railways of New York has put at? end to the useftilness of 824~littlo lo coinotives. Nove before 'was sucli a :vast number 'of tiilwvaV'.ongines: put. on the shelf' at o?"i tiat "'There are' '£400,000 worth of thetm, and they. ritstt stanid idle and rest utitil they idri sold at. second-hand. All Hof these locoinotives 'were. in runnitig order and int- use when elect ricity succeeded steam on the.'oloi abted 7llnes. Theioi average cost' was £1,206 'each. Some of. themi beilg lew' are valueid at that price now, while others which have seelt mutny years of, service thave been sold, for £?E00 each to contractors. Thor' are designed to"'rui back wards as well as' forwards; Iand to pull it load ont the level"of' about 600. tons. Tihese littleo nglino ar: not needed any mtore, in the traction world of cities. Electrlcity has suc ceeded them everywhere, but they are still int delntatd...
AT SCHOOL IN MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
AT SCHOOL IN MOROCCO. Lesosus in Morocco are simple affairs ; as desks, oos eat, a ft w books, a few switches, sand boxes lor blotting paper, wooden beards whitened with clay for slates, and the para. pLeronalia is col lto. The mester squats on the ground sallut fashion, with hi. pupils ranged before him in like manner. He repeats the lesson in a sing. song, monotonous tone, awiugiog his body back. wards and forwards, and is imitated by his pupils to the best of their abilily. A smart awilhob on a brown body will soon n.-eal a boy's wandering atlientito. In Morocco the glts re. eaive practically no education. When the young student has mastered his figurres and letters he is taught the first chsp. ters of the Koran. Theou thtre is a ceremony to he goae through. He is muUotod on htrst. back, and parad.i round the town, accompooied by eas.splitting music. By way of encourage. ment he frequenrtly recivces small pie ellts. He is then taught the remainder of tl.e Koran, working backwards...
CRICKETERS' CONCERT AND BALL. [?]NTATION OF THE CAMERON TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
CRICKErERS' 'CONCERT :AN D; BALL. TATION OF THIE CAM N ih. Cameron trophy concert, which bas n w become all annual institution, was, ,iId at the Mechanics' Hall, Panton Hill, on Friday evening last, 22,tdinat. Mr. Canmeran has for a number of years past kindly given each season a trophy for'competition between a number of cricket clubs in the ''Eltham Shire.. Last season the trophy was competed for by the following clubs :--Oaledonia, Christ nmans HillRs, Kangaron Ground, King lake.'and Panton Hill, arid victory lay witlhKinglnks, who went through the .eason withount a defeat. :Thle proses treion of the tropihy-f a very Inandsoine clok--wona inade immrediately after the plrying of the overture in the second part, of ihe concert, and Mr. Cameron (wliho wias cairnian) in handisg itiiver expremissdl las pleasure in haviirg the oprporttuiity of ddi'il so, His Parlia ineintatnrduties folly occupied his tile, and lithat veing h ielid' cone straight frolm Melbourne tby traiiaid coach ll to...
ARTHUR'S CREEK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
R1llRT U Lt'SCI1SIR RI FLOLUB. S otintg by ;thu A.nid 13 uliu of tw 'nhnvu club , rrunwIei lil Iý u ipr, Snturds ; .'in A`dvio' 13' lu fur _a tiophty :pt-'VOrIIIII' by the 711 rtin. 4, y 1J l'u,%r, ant l tin' 115 dvso 01firll Iru livU uldt l..8'psllll y Ihi I- _ 1)0o1 dIsh; In in Pdlpr .si ll. .u AI p llqrll Li'nlle)ll)inlk thsethrui hi'Iee s tres iii "" .A division: wcrr*:_-J SLnjtllny 8" IJ.T 111I.rphy 80 0 Ap ed -SO ;`; iT; rioll -- u e1 l 7 ho s u.'200, 500. · ii 60 a ds 'djni . 1A `Buck. -71, W Pditherlund 68, 13; .Nmn' 5 7,F.; brnuih ?66': 7. shuts ant 00, 400, and 500; 3'sldll ~ 'In thu P~ly~caulpetiloln thu siv -heatI 80 'J 'r Murphy 79, 1) Murpihy78, 6 Apie" 77, .A RonHvpel .3,- .W. ..ugimner 73. Tim~ tour` hest scores in B .d~vinionu were.:'-(" SmInth"67,-IL: Vatiso 660 W. Satbeiland 65, L. Brack'
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
TO TIB INTOI OP TilR EVELYN OBSERVY.Z Bir,-Upon the conolustieon of the late alender action Fox v, Trenwith n number of gentleman , who were of opinion that Mr. Trenwith, by his pluucky anud public spirited rcsiqtnnce of the attemptel dictation of the Age newppaper bad renderl an mnioartiant publo ictrvle, met. to onasider what steps should le taken to recoup him the henry law coLats in which he was uinvolved. It was reolvtred thint a public ubecriptolun sLhoulll ihe started, and that thosoe who approved of Mr. Treowith's codant in the matter should he aeskl to aubscribe. torne thirty odd pounds were at once handed In, nod a eorunglette appointedI to carry out the deslre of the moeeting. Almost ilri?nlintely Ilowever, Ar. For Inilrnetcd his inlteotloe In oapply for a new trial, snd the inatter thisl again bearne sob juldice, theLorefore to ncative steps were taken by the comnitteo, Now, as youe nr0 oware, lr. Poe Ine banll. donted ?ny Inlentlun of ireceeadling furtlter t Incw Il the...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE RVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
TO THE IEDITOIt OP TIlls RVYLITY onRs-ReR. Sir,-1 notice in the last isue0 of your paper a letter signed U Lover of Justice Ratepayer" com enting upon the actiontof President Councillor Speers and myself, accusing us with dabbling in the mail service to Warrandyte. To prove the mis statements of the writer I would refer the residents of Warrandyte to read the report of the Council meetiog held on the4th tiny. They will see that a resolution was unani mously carried that no action be taken in the matter. Another mirstatement the writer makes is accusing the President anti myself of being opposel to the proposed alteration of the mail service at Warrandyto. The President informs me that he is and always hs has been in favor of a morning nod. evening service for Wnrrandyte, and I would only tie ton pleased to see a coach leaving nWarrandyte In the mnorning and returning in the evening. The writer also states that Councillor Speers does not receive his letters from the Warrandyte post.o...
CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
CUsTOiMS ADMixfl SP 'rATiQ Sir,;'As Mr Kingstoo is to speak at the Town Iall to-morrow evening, I offer the auggels ion that he should then explain to .the mueetiUg why he oid' his collengaes fear to ,eeut in any way the charges that we have laid against his 'adniulnitrition with refer encelto thecollectliof of duty on sugars in stock when the iederai Tarit was proposed.' These. stated briton, are : l'hat on 8th October 1901, while sundry stock:1s of nugae were seized for duty, a quantity (supplosed to be op00 talls),; ? whltch excise to the ainointl of £27,000 wvould have been payable, was regarded as exempt. That the Customa Departlncli ktnew of the existenco.of this sugar while it wo? still in the possession of the five firms owning it, and hulthat t hose ae ocki were dutinble. That, for some reason not yet diotaosedi, the duty, wa not levied, and thie sugar was consequently sold in the QueeltnsL nd :market against that on whica the excise had been collected. That the application...
RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
li1Ji " sTias p ,i p ,lfr ca i i trn , Ait+ A cp,i tl; Jkesnst+fiaiIle ,unce a lan a,!'cu?itinetottlcentis d.,tt thofltat hifrntit loi wuell to oid' ittnou present stalte of eivitio;t ion'i OCiital iaiuld ubliuibtd ix;' Ia dina, all nd will conic into conflict at th os-a lift is irii 1ttti? e h nmilloinii, orrives, It lias mheen oftei suid thot a' strika. is:l timi only -wealio nilh talttldir posseses "with which to defend itself oga?tat c?apitl n but, seeing tlta capital, 'Ithalnthwe a sat lanor ofs labor i tse-, loan, and liarrrwitoliumt capital is easoI usleano, whyon ttaai quarrol and fight,; semuldg thit wlithever parinty oais, oth are, losers. It tiiy isfaly behsaid that alrhooughi atsmike in pedritps thie only real, weapon that lalor posesesa n. it'sa dangerous. one, a terrible none, and astould never tsp Ibrought into nse, save in cases nf extretile neeal and hardship. It's a -double-iedged hblade of gigantio faoce, and usually deanrove: motre of, thlio+?r ivho use it than o...
KANGAROO GROUND FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
KANGAROO GROUND FOOTBALL CLUB. At a meetin? of'thie club held on Tuesdahy oveoing last the following ofice-bh'arers wire appointed :-Presi dlent, E. II. Canmron, Esq., M.L.A.; vice-presidlens, Messrs. R. 0. Harris, \V. -P. Parker, and E. HRbson; patrons, MDIsars. J. Bell, J.P., R. Stevensran, A. White, H-. Scarce, san., J. A.. Burns, and 1D. Johnston. It was also arranged that the match corn. mitten 1be composed 'of Messrs. 0. Spers, A. Camreron, J. Greenaway, 0. White, and the captain. The offer of Mr. Parker to provide pleyin ground was accepted with thanks. The fee to join the club is ae. The colours of the club ate red and white stripes,
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
VIthoit. todor fits the -1lopions of nor i?nrroemivioldeuts, i slhrll hi t gl?a to'Intert I einniniiiiliihliitsl:hearing' uiponi togitics of inllo indrest?i?wilich ay hie intelligently lexpri'noi rl nndfie frien persounaliies, on clt litii ln of revileving thie w ritaur' resl eanue, not necoiurily foir puhbltatio, but as a guanratee of genii faith. TO TItItJ DOIt D O.B Oregvm.V "oinqit;nielRnt Dear tir, -Like Cr, Tuon, uI had in tonded not, to :?-rlte nay more" in rd the correspondence lately` goiug 'onlu I 'yonur columns, sut to case so, antt wc ldyers and Is lsneu'ou uteliinrls d so, inod would stornrwith aosking thiem;, lihois thee greatert egotist; Cr, Thmnriao ; Diigust c l" or" Itnte paycr'" In lodoibtedlye buttli of thy e two tter show thelr sel -conceit lir juep terg Scoinclusion withoult nl fia ondntio 'fort doing sot L: t thoen bothi exunttine the recordasof ari eutiry dbtos cn sea If they will not find the nwortl frequently u;sud as follows :--"hy colony,;" Ply Par.II. en...
A NEW IDEA. FOLLOWING OUT THEIR MOTTO UP TO DATE! ALWAYS TO THE FORE! [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
FOLLOWING' QUT. TIIRIR MOTTO UP TO DATI I ALWATS 'TO ¶n FBOJIK I Thile p~opulanr firer ofdrapers, clothiers, &c,, Mewss, rIlown end HCoI.u, of lirooswiok.outr to, Fitzroy, hove lntro. duped n ew iWeon which wtli certalinly nogoloot their o roliy Pxteooalu cIt ,.1 luuus by givlig thillr patrons oxztt iutliocoioottl a Io speotdI heir reaidy cauh lit theIr ltores. From gifts to their pltronlt Iv Iho ithe 'rn The etutnottr dlimply hop their rucoip'td hlii Ills wulI they notunot to 26ae, 40A, tiOa, up to niy ll tIIsInot r, l d WhIIll peteottted Drown 131 ndSuitt &ir in vs Jo ere gol i igiienlOtt i'J I LII rt p 1' sent,, (It'' tIb I otoi aoolunt 'i, ohe trnrotoe'y porobt rho oetter thi girt, Tie is it lotuua Ib'tttit to gi vt', noell ,mut'ii to Aleueir . Irowo aod Scott Itnvo a "how of ijunu tiful proatut in L t'i' th ilrhdoWa,
BULLETS THAT ARE WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
BULLETS THAT ARE WASTED. No doubt most lsedeers hav. sero it st.tes in print that it takes a mni's weiltht of lead to kill him. Thi statootnt, in usually loototked upont an a rhetorical naggeraltinuu,.ugge1tel by tiloe lac that comparalisely few out of the whole intt ber of shots firedl ion bttle take ieffet. (Iloeral Malte flint smado LIe ctlculoaill tthiat )form Itel ain ofl thes itatlnu?t, unly hu sold that it " woull tIakt i 1ol . ofl rled stod 33l. , of lwdor to pI ot eachl li the illlny ill thle ' * inv trecll h).' " Wilt and vial onary an this biy Aint, it i lppeatim that tIl'It wten rea lly mlolte |otth ttat l11 5ottly It the rntmrk. At tihe Itatth .o1 lolferi.n, asrordI ilg tto llt'illy t oile edl cal la.lioine,a Iompall lon of theall t lllhel r ul hol I ll tl onl tIha ullstrill Ilh. witl thI it ltl ll ls s k it, etd s l ed wo, in led .,it It e arlltl ll h enllllly shown that 700 bllletsll wi?a nalll'lltld fr levery mn woudelllllld, ald 4,JO lult acllh Ia ii killed. The oer...
A GOOD REASON. THE SQUIRE AND THE GOVERNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
P COOD REASON. -a W solUIRE AND THE GOVERNESS. LD Squire TIrae brlme usediung gO rriwje for bit four moto rirea hobidren.. bis mal do ister, aer toini. cogaged a beauotifuli little l 1,enchwomeu , to tIh squire's greet diaguit, in be delreted the i',ench unesplakubly.i * What possible fault can you find with herP" ploadthd blitss Matynia alter Miss 1St. Auguste had been in the tuseo a inorth. " She's French," was the squire's response. Nor was Jocel ne St. Augou-teluw toperceive the equiro's bent. " He does not like me, and why ?" she asked of Miss Marlynis. " My dear,".agld the maiden lady, " there's nas accounting for a man's freaks. I'm only glad I'm not manrlied to onr." But one night, lust as the stars were beginning to peep out through the purple glow above the syringa hedges, the squire came in much per' turbed in spirit. "Who is that fellow I saw talking with Miss St. Auguste 'out in the shrubberhes? I didn't know she had any acquaitlanoce in the village." "Oh,"alid Mins Mar...
A PLANET'S REMARKABLE FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
A PLANET'S REMARKABLE FEATURE, In a French solentific paper, Mr Brenner telle us he hus discovered some new canals on Mars. Bioco Echiaperelli announced that the surfsc of Mars was traversed by great " onals," maDn other observers bve bhad thrir attention direoled to this remarkablo Martian feature, and tht result has been, not only to endorse this die covery, but to greatly add to their number, s that now the pluoet'os urfaes is described a, being a imple re tw k of canlals. Most of lh, more modern finds are, however much, smallea than those figured by the Italine, and are seic " only to flsh out clearly under the very bea snd exceptionel conditions of seeing. Th, separate idestificution of these csuals is by si means an easy matter, and the anuousewemO of auy new ones is now usually accepted tell some reserve. Curiously two lare canals Ulysses and Sitcus,. were discovered by Lown two yI acre g", and they are so promiseat that as Professor Cetulli points out, it Is difficull t t be...
THE DEVIL PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
" THE DEVIL PLANT. There has recently appeared in the vicinity of Philadelphia, U.S.A., a miaot peculiar growth known as the " devil plaent," which is so deadly aus to render o1l inaect life and vegetatioun in its tnc:~lbour, hood lifeless. It is mlOdt innocent in appearance, beiln of tender green, clinging close to the (arth, and sprinkled with small red blossoms, cup lbapled, and holding in their hearts a i sinle drugl of moisture. It is in his singular do. which tie suin has no power to dispel thlat the pIlant ' most blightini influece is said to lie.. Uens by the hundreds have been found dead in the blossoms, Indeed, the hives of the neighbourhlood are noouly depopula. ted by the noxious flowers. A gentleman who is noted as a botanist in these parts tasted this dew, and declared that, it was of a sickening sweetness, with out odour, and viscid like liiquid gum. It was allowed to dwell on his tongue, which soon began to burn hitm o as to raitse blister. and the member swelled up ...