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THE GERMAN WOMAN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
THE GERMAN WOMAN'S RIGHTS. What are they? As a matter of fact, everyone in a civilised conmmunity is sup. posed to hove rights, the Germnan woman in. eluded, bug for all that her legal sights are somcwhat hard to oind. Even at the present day a German woman cannot control propelty, or, indeed, her own actions, for whatever property she has an quired in any way belongs to her father; her husbanld, or her non, iand the low requires that she should obey t heir orders. Japan is the only other so-called civilised country at the preeent day where the rights of won en are so restricted. to Germany, when as wsoman marries, her property becomes absolutely her husband's, nond for ever. lie has power to dispose of it exactly as he sees lit, even in the face of her opposition, and, in case of the couple being divorced, the woman's ,rolperty still rsemnins with her Ihushand. When she marries she gives up the whole of her independence (if she cin crer he said to have any), nod con fers on her hus...
COMEDY IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
COMEDY IN THE HOUSE. Sir Robert Peel hrld always been allowed, on all hands, to excel every other Member in sustained deep tragedy; but no one ever gave him credit for comic powers of a superior order. Now and then he had con trivcd so far to approach the comic as to excite a slight smile on the countenances of a few lion. Mlembers remarkable for their predisposition to risibility;but that was tile full extent of the right lion. baronet's achievements in that way. One night, how ever, in 1837, Sir Robert oppeared, to tile astonilhiment and admiration of the House, in the eharactcr of a comic actor. lie had been reprobatingtihceireuomstances of Lord Mulgrave having some tilme before liberated all the crilninal piribonera in tile towns that noblPman had visited as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. And having exhlaucted ili censure of the act in the gravest terims Ihe could employ, ho thought to punish tile Guover, Inellt still more for it by turning it into ridicule. He said he had given th...
FOOTBALL IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
FOOTBALL IN CHINA. China is not a country in which one would naturally expect football to be popular, but the gpnie has at last been introduced among the Celeatialu, and ateanm has been organised which is said to be the strungest football club in the worla. The men who form the team are natives of Northern China, and are typical of the remarkable race of giants produced in that part of the world. There is not a mran among Ithen wie In inot six feel high, and seerllal of thle imemIlbers are three luchen taller, while tllrir averaige weight i ablioat 2001b. 'rhe appl'aranlce of tills trana of giants on an Englhnl foottball Ilcld would problally modify the pluck of some of olr staunch profesaiondls. When playing the Cele?tiuls give vent to their feelings in the most peculiar noises, frequently slhreking witlh delight. Their yells of tIirlnuph which resoiundl tllrougih trhe air whnoever the ball goes through the oppo salte goal re likened, by one who , lan hlard theml, to thie " rlainti...
THE COLONEL'S WAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
THE' COLONEL'S WARW. STORY. "TTalking about' war times," said the old eolonel,"' did inoy. of:you ever hear of the story of Jim Adkins t'' - "No." " Well, I'm surprised.' 'Everybody in the sett.lment knew it.' Jim was a no'-count sort oftfellonw, and the old man was anxious to get rid of. him; so,.when the war broke out, and they, were looking for men, the old man:gave him away." " "" Uave him away ?" " Yes. Jim was in the hayloft, and they were about to leave without him when the old man winked and pointed to the barn. " That was enouglh, and they got himn and marched him to the front. " The old nmlU was borry after Jim wan goone, and his eonecienc l ihurt h bad. Itut he hoped for tilhe bst, until one day he got a meLsage that tol lid h im Jim hid been killed and bullied otn lie iattleltloid. " Theo he iacked his giip and started ,ight off to bring ,litln a bhol home. if pIstible, for tile grief stlicken iothllr would have ollhin else, and made life mliserable for him with her repr...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
COURTS. '" 19U3. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentloned plnaces, ou the days, at the hours, and on the dates' hereinafter respectively set outl,; ir.: Numeof Court Day Fb' Fch April May June .uly August *Sept Oc No Dec Heidelberg ... Monday ... 10 , 23f 2 23t G,27°t 4,225t 1,22't 6.271 3,24't1 14, 26 5 2, 6t 2, 23f 21t t Anderson a Creek Monday .. 11 9 20 11 8 13 10 7 12. 16 7 Eltham .. Tuesday .. 11. 10 10 21 I12 I 9 14 11 8 13 10 8 ih~ lealeaville ..Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18 16 13 10 B 5 3,31 Lilydule Friday *.. 9 30 6, 13t 6, 13t' 3, 17*t I.80t.1 56't,l2 3*f. 10 7, 14 4, I, I 2. 9, 16 6.13 4.11 20, 27 20, 27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 1,28'f 25+ 3' 30t 20, . 18it 31*t Ferutree Gully... Wednesdary 9 25 28 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 ' 25 23 Warburton .. Satnlday ... o10 21 i 13 16 13 11 .8 5 3,31 28 19 4S4 c Y ý oL~o o ý U a e ý c d~ ýa
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
A nIEWSBPAPEI APP1'AL POINM, The following won the £200 prize re cently ollffered by asyndicate of Ameurlen editors for thle i.et, aplpel poem to ilews. p:pler enbso ribers, to pay up their arreara. rho lucky and tnientcd onthor Is the editor of the Rocky ifentinl Co'tt- LiTre of great men oft reminlld 0s, Iloneat men won't .lstand a chance i The mIlre we work there grows behind us, 11Bger patcheslu on our paInsll.a, On our pantll once new anill lossy, Now are stripes of diTerentt hbe I Andl Ieco?nue oubocribes l.?u ner, And won't pay un what is dne. Then lot is he tip and dning, Benld your nlto however attllli, Or whtn the snow of winter strikes on, Wi'e hall hove no pants nt all.
ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
AIRTIH'TR'S OREEl. (PROiM otnr OwN CORItRtESPOlrDIE .) Ol Thurasday svoningl, thlinet.,thero. diied suddealy at her reosildece; Arthur's CO'elt, anlothles of the" fast diasidaliing. nmtuI?er of thi uldt euloriijtsi 'lilb' onatse orf the djuaniIedh' Ihd;yr wase Olhristihl M'Ples;,. irelit? o' thel liues ArchiNd JCMb' itiee.tTln t mtllother off In:. Nortnis? M' Phe iCe 'id Mlrs ,i llHour Suthplasnd;. btoth, of Artihur's CGreOk. Thel deatonsedy, ins company with' her husband;, are hied in: the. uulony, in 1:852;. aMi. first of all waere. eigageed Iby the' Inte C'ptain.l MPhlr.rori.oonlthe Plenty:. W\Ylhm, naptain .. M.'Plhrson. gave' up' . pahi'ral' pursuits : in . t,:distrit,;. M1n .lt M'Ptlee and his wif :fair a, time' pr sued the occupation ~!4'f'rnting. on the' property litld by Cr, Morris. "e al nuimtner ol .years ..lAfnet Or.. IMoreis. lied decidbdito lise the ?at ate, solely for grazing,. Mr.. M'Pheai 'ir a iumlateruf years wes atenant of the lnter Mlnses Tlhnaas,. flri whoise. ...
MORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
"MIORANG. (raOM ova o\v cOtRRePONDaN T) Yet anotlei" of the old colonie has??, passed away at Congupna iin the per son of the late Mrs. Janet M'Pherson. The deceased lady 'with her husband, the late James M'Pherson, camle to the colony i,' the year 1851, coming to live"on the Plenty, where they resided for many years,first of all with Captain MlPhnrson, ubstequently on the pro. perty held by Cr. Morris for tmuny years, where they followed farming pu.l?sjti..When Cr. Merriidrcialed with her husband and family cam-e to live as tonantsr on the property of the late Moses Thomas, where for several years they were employed and found tried and trusty "employes. The deceased'e lady's husband selected lantd oi what hat was known as the Morang treserve, but th hoblding being small he sold out and selected' in the Gtalburnl Valley, where the fatalily, have resided ever since, asld whert Mirs, M'Phersu,. died. - Mr. Donald M'Pheraont, .the. Into ascretary of the Goullhaarn Vralley Co.operative ...
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. W a. )nyrs. Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.28 r.m.,. and 5.10op.m. Leanve Heldclbheg-t 25 and. 10,25 atm.o. n ?m.I. Leave Greeanborough 17 minutes later than Ileldeberu, and arrive at Elthlam 25.. minutes after leaving Ilecidelhprc. Leave Eltham-7.35 and 9.35 a.m., and 6.5 p.m. Leave Greenvboronh 8 minutes later. Leave lleilelbcrg-8.17 and 10.17 a.m.,. and 6.47 p.m. SATURDAYS. Leave elhbounrne-7.38 and 0.38 a.m.,. 1.10 and 5.110 p m. Leave Heldelberg-8 25 and 10.25 a.m. ;. i.55 and 5.655 p.m. Leave Cllthatn-7.35 and 9.35 a.m. ; 1.5 and 5.5 p m. Leave Ilerlelberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m.; 1.47 and 5 47 p.m. .' --- o,,, _.,-,,? ,---,_ - ,- . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
Discouraged. The expression occurs so many times in letters" we recerie frrom sick oenwo., '" I w'n completely liscnuruc l." And there is al wn?ys ood rcason for Sdisco u rage t men t. Y~kgs of suffcrillg. I?ir, r after doctor tried iin vain. tIlcdi cities ,doing 1no last. l;g good. It is 11o wnrider that Ihe omen feelslistenur. nced. Tholuands of thesec weak ndl sick - women ha've round hl.:lth nlld coll'age reeni.ned as a rc?nIt o,,f lth u-e of Dr. Ulnrc's Ifudlan lHoot Pills. They s estblish regulanrity anl keep the Kidneys, Liver Sand Stomachi is pro* ~ er w'orking order. inO mlan or wolnnn cent ex?ect to be well if the foold is isnpro perly digested, naml Itecolne- tlhgted in the iltetitnes. Dr, Morse's Indian Boot Pills stind n111011 ns l theo most perfect relmedy lot all coin* plaints narisig from lillionsness. Illigelston, iinnsttpltion, and disnrlers of the Liver and K?dneyys acked in nilmber bottles, lid sold Ihroughtutlt Austritnlnin. ACCEPTI'' NO SUII1'I1'UTS. Railway Re...
ELTHAM COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 9TH JUNE, 1903. (Before Messrs. W. Duncan and J. Bell, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
EITHAM CO RIT 101 PETTY SESSIONS. TURSDAY, 9TI JUNE," 1903. (Before Messrs. W. Duncan- and J. Bell, J's.P.) Henry Nink, jun. (ft Queenstown) v. Martha Louiea Hirt and Charles Louis Hirt,. executrix and executor, estate of late Alfred Bledford.-Claim, £2 4s, work and laibor dne. Order for £1 with £1 Is costs; in default distress. Henry Nink, sen., v. same.--Olaini £2 4s, work and labor done. Order for £1 10s with £1 is costs, in default distress. Christian Nink v. same.-Claim £ll, work and lalbor done. Order for £1 with £1 is costs. Marthal Luisa Hirt and Charles Louis Hirt v. Henry Niak, sea. Detention of goods valse £10, property of comlnlainante. Order for return of cart, in default l;?yment of £5. Costa Constable Swen ick v. Anrdrew B. Herhlrt.-Noc I aving his' child, Dorothy, duly vaccinated.-Defends t pleaded conscientious scruples and was fined 20s and 6i costs. W. Smith, Henry Rose, and Charles Millthorpe applied for carriers' hcenses. -Granted. Constable Boxhall v. Donald Ja...
KANGAROO GROUND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
KANGAROO GROUND PRESBYTERIAN CIHURCIH. The Band of Hope meeting, whlich was postponed last Saturday evsening owing to tile very inclemnent weather, was held on Monday,.8'l inst., and again' the rain and cold made the evening a most unfavorable one. Hlawever, there was a very fair attend. nce ; and though several of the per formers were absent, those present enabled all to spend a mnst enjoyable evening. Great credit is due to the school children for thle tanner In which they acquitted themtnlves. The President (Mr. Ilurns) teing unable to attond, hie place was taken by the local aninleter, Mr. Kerr, who elliui. clently acted as chairman and gave a very interesing andl protnllale addrgss on tlhe disaldvantages of cigarette. autoking and intolnporence, Tih following Is the progrnlltlllne :--Opening hymnln, " Ilnite thle ]orinhigi" ; duthl, "Thel Australian Anthlem,'" Misees Vers Caimuern and E:lsin Orichtanll recitation, " Lret," Mr I. (nam'.an : tn.g, " The Siti r aid tlu Hmg," 1 Min...
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
MEJLBOURNE HIORSE 1IAdRKET. Campbell and Sns, Kirk's Bazaar, report :- Only a very mioderato supply rof country horses forward for the week. Prices remain haout tlh saune as last quolations. A good demanud still rules for useful aainmals of all descriptions. Young extra heavy, draughts, farm, harses, and ' medium draughts are enquired for and ara realizing well up to late rates. Indian remounts, gunners, and howitzers are in good demand and are easily quitted at high prices. Well trained oarrisr e and hu,,gy pairs, if young and sound, are wanted, and we have buyers waiting nor 10 pairs omni bus and delivery sorts. Stout ponies, from 4 to 6 years old, 141 to 141 hands high, and tradesmen's otder cart horses lind ready sale at lato quotations. Ordinary saddle atild harness sorts are selling at last week's rates. Our ordi nary sales conmprise :-Extra henry draughts, subject to yard trials, £32 to £45; ordinary cart horses, £28 to £35 n: i.dium dranughts, broken, £18 to £25 ; Inltian re...
THE RICHARDSON FAMILY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
THEmAIoiHARISON FAMILYI FUND. Subserihbre to the above fund will be interested in the foillowing account from the Brighton ?outhern Croti sent to us by Mr E. C. Leach (Diamosnd Oreek), the Secretary to the local fund:--" In reuspnae so on annotunceme?nt by MehIssr A. Knight aindl A. B. Castle a public meetintg wan held in the IBald Hills Chlurc on 28sth Oo:ober lnst to express ytympathy and devise mealnas of praec tically:-aiding. Mrs Flora Richardson, wlose husand .died suddenly leaving llr. totnally destitute. with 9 young childrei.:. About 20 residents attended and a ediisruittee consisting of Messrs A.'Longesuir, S. Ourtis, F. J. Knight, S. Castle, junr., G. Burh.lp, A. H. OastleLn (reasurer) 'and A. Knight (secret.ry) was elected to 'raise funds with the. aiject of purchasing a piece of Land -and.--recting a cottage thereon. 'lThIi c:suitiitee actively cetiv?esed the distriit and received good support.. A concert was given in the Oukleigh Mechanics Instilute and, thanks to the ...
RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
RANDOqN ;SHOTS. ,By a Biliours Marksnsln. AIfl'" said .'my inmp Fastosus to me the.other,'day, What apity it is that yo0i h?;e not. a few more statestment like your State Premier, Mr. Irvine. You thought, I suppose," said he, " whenll the Federal union was can patted that all the hest available talent would be' fouiid in the Fede nl Parlin menst, and.that the potty State legisla tures wIould as a rulen be barren of men of .lhigh ; mental endowments. The contrary, however, you see is the case. Do you think for a moment that Irvine or Shiels, or any of thie other half.dozen or. sot "whlo constituto the Victorian Governlnent, would have croeted such an' emthrbglio with the leading mer chants of the city as that Kingston has done. ..Suppose, for., instance, . that Kingston:.lhad bFeen in the boots of Irtinei during the late strike, where i'ouldd ylpp have Iteen-" up a tree" to all intnmtt?.and purpsese. If Kingston 'citinnotpl~aiiafty ith., merchants,l .gentnlettin who only' want what i...
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
(FROM OUR O?H CORRRtsPONzEN?x'.) A football match between thi Whit tleien and Epling football clubs was played on the grottnd of the former oni Saturday last, the bah inst., and. resulted in an easy victory far Whittle. sea by 9 goals 8 bhinds to I gnal 1 behind. ily J.'T'agart led the visitors, and lMr J. H. Wilson performed a similar duty for the local team. After the match, the playera adjourned to tha Hoyal MaJil Hiel , where ant excellent repast provided by thteproprietres, Mrsa Whitty, awaited thlem. After full justice had been done to the good things, the Epping captain thanked thb W hittlesea club for .the hospitality extended to the menmbers of his team. Mhr Wilson' uitably repaonded. A match bietween the Whlittlesea and Yan Yoan clubs will st played; at Whittlesea on Saturday next, the 13th inst..' A match between Kangaroo Ground and Haelglen clubhs will he played at Kangaroo Ground on Saturday, 4th July. A match will be played to,morrow (Sat.irday) afternoon between Diamo...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
A concert and halll will be held' this (Friday) evelinag at.the EllthaniRecha. bite Hull, in aid of St. Mary's Rolnani OathiOili Oliiihu , '. . . Josteph Elmimutt, an nltlage .pen sinnor, and a very old resident. of Panton Hill,' died ot. Wednesday. morning last. The interlent of JiMrJohn Sill (who died on 31sc ult.) took place in ihe Warringal (Heidelherg). cemetery on. tle 2i4d ilst. The fiiat portion of the burial service was hold in St. Johns' Ohurch, at, which there. was-- a large atteuidance. The hymn, "Lend Kindly Light" (by specilal request), and one of the aippointed psalms (thle 30:h) were sung by the choir and friends, Mrs IA. .G. Hamulion olficiating at the organ. The leson --Oorinthina is xv. chap. ter, 20th verse-was read by the vicar after-which the Dead March in *Saul was played as the body was helng removed from the chnrch to the hearse. A very lengthy procesaion, represelita. tive of all parts of the ,district, wais then formed and proceeded to thi: cemetery, where...
DIAMOND CREEK. 9th June, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903
DzIAMND CRREK, 9lh June, 1903. Gardiner Bros, and party have effected tile purchase of Mr Waterson's battery and have had it removed to their claim, and are now proceeding to erect it thereon. Considerable excite. ment exists in the district owing to the discovery of a new and, as far as pitonpieret tell, very rich lode to the west of Tenck's Corner State School. The claim Is holtl by a man named B3inkie and called linkio'e Rlewor. The lode conmmnen s at tlhe grass roots, and is of a formation that is strange to veteran miners who, if it had not been proved to ctarry gold, would not think the material worth spending any trouble to prospect t. Thle lode has hen proved several hundred feet with rich Iroepect., The prolpecttora started crulshing on Monuday and the result will Ie eagerly awaited. A Inlare ullber at calihs have been pegged out aad Imasos applied for. Mlr P. Ryan is upon good etone on thle old Union lin.. Tile Pioneer Retef has aallln been applied for and hals hoenl surve...