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A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
A NE'WSPAPEIT AP'P'RAl POI.M, The following won the £o0 prize re eotiy loffered by a syndlente of Anll'rent editor. for the beel a ppeatl ioeite to n ewn° ptoaer sbtihnribers to lily tip their arrentro. .h'le lucky nd intuented itthtr Is the editor of the Reockl Moutalan Colt - Lives of grent imeu olft retllind Int, HIollulent mnll wlnll' Wtillnud a cllni Ic Tlue iore we work itre lrow. IehilltI Un, lllgger palteio o u or Iantti. On ,lr pent. ellen lnw and lInlsy, * Now are trips? f di llerenllt hlue i And niltecaito aiiimihrih, Iihtiper, Atid won't pay Ito wlhitt Is die, Then lot na he tip rill dolltg, Heond your ttle however Inlni)i Or when hit?ltettw itt tenter itrikho Un, We rhll hyve no pi(rt at cll, _r-U U -C-*. -5- .-Tr " HTIoCKINor i'(titT:'rll';II IN ,1 1,i ?UltTr oV \V Ar'thtu."tth.-' t f'titlp hetete n tuIt i111 Itt| n ti Wihlth tI'Il tsI ' I th?el I o atihLk it. lttll t iin i ll orth to f weltlllher io I frtiet!nd hIIIt worth IlvllIig, In tns. f Iroilsl'l l it nnile o l ...
HOT MILK AS A STIMULANT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
HOT MILK AS A- STIMULANT. --- When overcome by bodily fatigue. inrd sulftring with brain exhaution no stimulant serves so well the purpose of refreshnment and rest both bodily nand mentally us milk. Make it sery hot alnd sip it slowly front a glass. Milk should never be taken quickly, as this renders it indiges tible. Always sip milk, taking live to tell inutes to drink a tumber fuil. If milk is swallowed quickly It enters into the stomnach and there forms inl one solid, curdled mass, most diflicult of digestion. If, how ever at glass of milk he sipped, and live" minutes at least be taken in drinking It, then on reaching the stoitach, it is so divided that wvhell coagulated, as it must be by the 'gastric juices, while dligestion is go ing on, instead of beIing in one hard titlas uponI the outside of which only the J; gcstive fluids call act, it is mnore inl the form of a sponge, and in and out of the entire bulk the gastric juices can play.
ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
ELTHAM RALLWAY, TIME TA IHLI. W?in IDATs. Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., and 5. 10 p.m. Leave [leidelberg-8 25 and 10.26 a.m., and 5.55 p.m. Leave Greensborough 17 minutes later than Ieidebere, and arrive a: F.ltharas minutes after Icaviag Ileidelbter. ." Leave Eltham-7.35 and 9.3? am.m 4nd? 5.5 p.m. 'Leave Greens?orourgh 8 minotee later. Leave Heilelberg-8.17 and 10.17 a.m., and 5.47 p.m. SATeRDATS. Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., 1.10 and 5.10 p m. Leave lleidelberg-B 25 and 10.25 a.m. ; 1.55 and 5.65 p.m. Leave ilthanm-7.35 and 9.35 a.m.; 1.6 and 5.5 p m. Leave lleulelberg-8 17 and 10.1 a.m.;. 1.47 and 5 47 p m.
CAUTION REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
CAUTION REQUIRED, I h114I . l h in4 leii . 11 ' I h1 ni I l , 111 111ih,, 1,111 ,1 11111,v'1. ' 1 1 ~ 111 I y1 1· 1 11,11 1 I 1 1 1 1 i? l I ? I t , I 1 ,`h l I111 1t 11111 I' i ( ,1 1 1111(HIi 1, II.1' , II ° I' 11/( 1111' I ' 111 1 ' 1y1.' II l h?,?III I 111011 111 1 w111 ,I'lu I0U?UL, "
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
LAW RELA'TING TO NEWS. PA PEIRS. I. Sobherihers who doll ot give express notice to tile conltrary.are considered as rwihing to contine tllheir stbcriptlon. '2. If subrcrlbers order the disomtllnu anoe of their periodietls, thle publisher may eotlinqe to sende them until arrears are 3,t shorieq ren r loan t take perlodiuen lromt the otilho to which they ore directed, they are hell resposhllie antil thiey have settled their bills, anld ordered the periodieals tohe discontillieI. 4. If snblscritbrs ielor t other pl?ces sitthout informtitn pubhllhers, and the papers are sent to their foriler direction, the shtbserlhers are responsible. 5. The courts halve dectided that" refus Ing to tnko perniodeat? from the nmen or renlovlng or ileavitg thetm UtCalledi for is prilln faale evidenoue of nlntetlonil roud," S. If suh?tribers 1ay Iin ,Ivaosce fcior perlodnlels, they are boun l to ose nti?le to lthe pultlisherat thle enod ol the IhoIe, that they do net wilh to eontlitte ltklne It, oth!erwlis...
HOW, INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
HOW, INDEED. ---4·- 'rh l, hal inot I. l ieitisiji h l \'ery lonu nt w i th a 3'ii trig tote bit f I\ ilv' l'a v ki ll tI1ch I 1 lohml hallld IIno "ol HN95 I I III1'ro . h bhu ,tq \GH I' lIt ' ,, 2'~' 1 I,(' 1 (11h1. 1 n 1111t \q 111l lla(l ?q lill !l 191 111411 iiti ii ti m hut giuiui iii( 111al it h f \l gone1'1·~ 1111 iii ha ?I lhtful litlh' wii 11 " • ilv, '? 11 iiii ~ ((| 1 1 hlll?.?}? Iiii n(IIIKI IK II, 11 hll' is l ii ) 11 ii i ho I eh l -, o ilIt ll' l\l'l 11i'11 u ? li i 1 11iii ' Ili I1ii Uiti ii ii t' l ii "i
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
thlt oUtsa @buteter, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIIDAY, JUNE 26, 1903. A meeting of the Kangaroo Ground Cricket Club is called for Tuesday evening next, to arrange for presentaT tien of club trophies, &c Annie Eblers appeared before the Elhbam Court on Tuesday. last o. a charge of being drunk and disorderly. Constable Boxhall said he had arrested bher the previous evening,. suds that she had been in the lock.up all night. The Bench discharged her on her promise. to quit the township within an hour. Sports will be held in, Mir. N: Ellis' paddock, Dickson's Creek, on Friday, 10th July. The programme consists of four wood.chopping contests,. two foot races, and a guesing competition. Nominations for the handicap orunts must he In the hands of the Secretary (C. Ellis) eal Saturday, ttb July. On Tuasday last at the Elthanm Court, b.fore Messrs. W. Duncan andtl 0C. . . Wingrove, J'a.P., Conrstble Boxhtell charged John Walsh, a young mian some 21 years of age, and. a resident...
THE CAPE TO CAIRO RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
THE CAPE TO CAIRO RAILWAY. --t 'rhe ('lape to (Utiro laillway hals remtlchmd a ptint 117 miles north of lahltltiwtty, ttnd thin portion of the Victorial "tlllH extenmuion is Iow openl for public trnlfic, the first tran halt\ I:g lefIt tl luawayo for the north a few wm'm, k'l ago. 'rime railfterad is 40 toilet front the W mm~nk comllitlds (says Iflt'tfer) utld l tlhis s;ctLio n l, milies of earth works care aflretdty in hantf. A mllsmrumlfull cx ltl'illlellt \withi coal lruotl Wtlmlllikic hbaS la'nt't imtmael. A ... -- ,.l t traliil tw,'ifltintg :f7ti lot ts twus catrrim i I.o,,.. rI.iit'I tn C IICmto tlihitwi.o, a miatt.tnce of 12fJ milths, ltillo'tu t any tliltictuliy being exlpor Ilhceid in nIUIntttinng Sf ettntI at full Isrelall,`tr till fihl, heIaLVlbwt l grat(|,, a I l curvtu . Ifw itt l f tso hitninw that the 'ttnkie cottl is tlmtttntt mtirtirly fret' i'routm fllinkir, timtI litht. lt ring it,' rmi? it miRn notm l ftttmt ll :tut'titl3 " toI thttit hit' lirt'.
WAS HIS OWN VICTIM. THE MONKEY AND THE OPERA GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
WAS HIS OWN VICTIM. --*1- THE MONKEY AND THE OPERA GLASS. The pet monkey of a German pro fessor, having made his escape, climbed into a tree, and delied all attermpts to catch him. WYell knowing the imitative habits iof the animal , his master hit upon ait curious plan to regain his p1et. He looked at the monkey through an opera glass, lpointing the small end it hiin for somne tilli, and then ho retired to i sllort listailnce leavingl the opera gltass on the groundll. "'Ito imitative m ionkey descended from the tree, and Itlking the operailt, glass, gazed after it simillar manuiier it his maIlster, who seeltmed to tlhe de luded lll? to eli h lf ai lmil distant. T'lie monkey still looking throuillgh the minteo end ilof llthe loper glass, upllloed s iSt lllm lser ilas selerl ihun idred yards distant, whe, the hItler, reachiing ouit suctureti the chain aniid hil tihe tintiii of an olitical illusion back to his cage.
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The tollowing Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1990, and Proclnltations thereunend, iamending to date, are published for general information. Section 15.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream, or within such distance fromt the nmont't thereof as may he proclaimed by the Governor in Couniel, shall- be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 uor more than £20. Section 16.-All nets containing fash shall he empti.l in thle water. Any person draw. ltg on to dry land any not containing fish lhall'le liable to a penalty of not leas titan £2 nor more than £20. Section 21.-Any person knowingly tak. Ing or assisting or attempting to to take any fish not Indigenous to Victoria, or any -f such species, within three years after their introduetion, or any further title ptroanimed, or lin'ilg inadvertently taken such fish and shall not forthwith rotors the samleo to the water In whirlh they were captured, shall be liable ton penalt...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
1903. :Courts will be held dring ;the Year 1903, at the ondermetloraned places, on the days, nt the hours;and on the dates hereinafter respectively setout vi0 . i Nameof Court Day Feb.' March April May June July August Sept Oct Nor Dec eidelbcrg ... o day . 2, 23 2,23 t c 2i' t 4,25 `t 1, 2ýt 6,.27 ` 3 . ' 24 "t , 5,26f t 2, 23 t 21t Andeson a Creek Monday . 11 9 2 11 8 1 . 1o 7 12 16 7 Fltham Tuenday ... 11 10 0 2 2 0 1 II I 10 2 12 4 8 LIealesrille Thursday... 2 30 26 6 23 21 18 16 13 10 8 5 3.31 Lilydn.e . Friday .9 30 6,13!t 6 t a3,17it I .*t.f 5*t 32 3*t.0 7. 14 4 It, 2. 9, 16 6.13 4.11 20, 27 20, 27 24 '22, 29 .1, 26 17, 24 21, 29*t 25? 23*t 30 20+t. I27 1t Ferntree Gull. Wednesdaey a9 25 25 29 2. 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 e arb urton ... Sao day..: 10 21 21 1 13 11 8 1 3,a1 28 19 " Poliee Mng|stmte'% virles. t Licenslug and Wnrden's Courts. CeD. BIIttlMAN, Clerk of Courts.
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
OLOSE SEASONS FOR G.AhME. OAUTI'ION. Tho luhjoilned Tablo, showlng the C(lole tBersls for Garrio, is poblished for general Intfonratln, AllI previous Tables are hereby cancelled, 1I1 WHOLE YEAR. All Aastraliani Fatna, with the ezoeption of snakes, In Nalional Park eurar Wilson's Promootnory, ll lirds, except eporrows und hnlllase, not lioaenuoiur to Australin , ald their prmlouce (including egrs), aritelope, ies enters, haostard or wild turkey, Unrifoar. nulan qiail, deer, emiUs, elihthianlitrse, faIn ttll, fly.catchers, great kingfisher or laugh. lng jnrkase, grouts, hie, large grey knllurouos (iaororlpll's gilalilulls), great ro4 kanoaroos (maucropns rafu), Irru-blrds, magpieo , maltie lark, inativu bors, owli, paritrlidges, pheasaots, rlatrypas, podargule or mrepokes, rollins, seals, eollthernl Lstone pl 'eor ur 'urlew, swallows, warblere, w ithe swans, wrenl. 14th day of June to the 2lth day of Decerm hbr In each yrEir. llank swan, wild geose of all kinds, let day of Aullgust it...
HEALESVILLE RAILWAY FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
HEALESVILLE RAILWAY L FACILITIES. A publiorneeting was held on Friday eveiidg' 12th i.st., in tlid Shiree"Hall, it take 'itro cunsiderationd'tie presout insatiifactory train' service between Heileaville and Melboiurt . There was a good attendsnce, aid; the .ehairman (Cr Crowley) celled, upon M?r Oornish to spsak.to the object.of the meeting. ,Mr Cornish saidi the present, time. table was not satisfactory, and lie would like to see the,early noruing train from Healesville reinstated. That train was tore suitable to, Healesville than the early morning. train. from Melbourne. It, however, would not.te suitable for the mails, butthp.,difference of a few hosrsv would .ok matter in this respect. The present train. arrangements were inconvenient for4 hosalwho had business places ihithe utqtronpl.h, se they could not get to their otlice.s before 2 o'dloek, and local busin,.a:spe9ple could not ;go In Melbourne and transact business and return the samer days . Tho week-end excursions would al...
COUNTRIES THAT MURDER ANIMALS. IN CERTAIN PARTS OF THE WORLD QUADRUPEDS CANNOT EXIST AT ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
' COUNTRIES THAT MURDER ANIMALS. i ---+*---- IN: CERTAIN PARTS OF THE WORLD QUADRUPEDS CANNOT EXIST AT. ALL,. - Iniportedl dogs do not live int I 'loi'dta more than at year. I(tekpln s bitlity hais been traced byla vetearl-n , "ry surgoalns to it a'dcuilar.Iocil ainl .: crib,a whlicih, isintryi.aiicld tii'tl he t a nianhlaly's.atetr.s by ait olte o, .?ie-. alaculialLr 'speciesl 'of fly' iln imchtl the ?samine way as t thle aamlaria l?isoa ita inJecteiad ito imen's lblood abytihbiata.o ' plill .'Fi" 'it nitnttla ot si.: wetekas Safter ielaigk hitten tihe victt iai siITera little ora to. Inconiveniance: 't'hea" he f h'atiaeo . dull, liai?les' titaLl altiliitlrgii . duelopsi ian; ualwonte' d lraoiitalilty of tea aper.a. aaid Illailly pasae-s -intoa at :statte ft ofet stapo'-' which :Invau'iaibly" oetnds, fatalily, the wretcael 'anaainaal : dlylig of'ianitiaon. Curitausly eauagh 'nati\ve ?bt " dogsI ' are not afftcted "ore" hLit ':iientatsa not faltatlly-by' the if bite or tiie iaectd a...
EMPEROR WILLIAM AS A "PROPHET." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
EMPEROR WILLTAM AS A " PROPHET." The Kaiser's visit to Rome has been followed by an aftermath of discontent among some of the Italians. Many of the Romans were glad to see Ilis body guard and his escort of cuirassiers when he went to Ihe Vatican, boaeusi all this military panoply on the partof a visitor showed toethe world]caw: free the Pope really is, and that-he is not.the prisoner that his adherents so often repreasent him to hbe. But there ar other Italians who contrast the, Kaiser's theatrical display with the discreet character of the King of England's visit to the head of the Roman Ohurch. The Kaiser was coreful to show much more respect to OCrdiaal Rampolla end the other prin cipal men of the Vatican than King Edward had done. Those persons are said to feel themselves slighted by our Sovereign. We may be sure that our King would not show these gentletmen leasscourtesy than they deserved, Iut he had nothing to ask of them, and, in view of the Vatican's attitude towards Englan...
DEATH FROM FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
U AlN "KUM rtah, I-*I-- (Io oif the itmat l'emtarkuhltI deaths from lpure fright wa?s that. of the Duliltch ptinler. I'a'steriini, who lived In the siut'tntitenth I e r urlntary'. Unlre dlay (5l1,?i the l n" di dia ' llt 'viewt'') heo we? IInto ii room fhillt iof all tnllllotiJt m IhJ'cts leo sketch Hlnuel diiathi'ni Ia ll aIs llj HllII Nkl relot ?I I tut i' piltUlre hIe iIt lil ItI.i' to t . 111 lil. whhlia ,keth' liatg hlit hll ni ii?l p.i I1il tuns unittusd by tiny trnci g th IrIIIlu'si i lt'hl atg h ir ilullt arirci.l hLu r n ai nt h l,, ari, d lialt n,kelet.ltn slll n jpelt'd frnuom the ritling lhlalhrig lii lthri.ti li i In i f i t rroi i hi , ihtw hlilmnelf llout of Ih', tindoh ', ,1~i1 Ihmgith hle nuininel no serioul injury wIintI itain I Ilfori ltri t h1111 I ligh 1 t, Ir t lih? lii l had IIeI Illl' i l ilt i lh~ l l l I lll n Iw ni htll µ it ? hnli tll ' i lirrl lul ints, he fliattirln at netioui I itream four. 1115 twit, was Inhluni, will onie Iltiir , l ln hat .ii i hom ...
HOW BEES MAKE HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
HOW BEES MAKE HONEY. -II g Ih gg' n titn I 1 ' l t i'l g i 1gn Io1 rm1gg11'1it Intrm Ii a'll iln Ihln h?g . ' ofI Ih1 I n'11 I' lull Ihr ni ill IIun ' o t Igr ii LI r lm i ofil 1,111 h1M 111.a( 1 I 4 f h11 I i e1111 'ilm - Slui n lg if t 'n titIl u \ i t 11 n1 m ig' 11n , I i?ii \11'i i ll llill tgIl II II 1 HIIlg IIIl I I1n 11 I4 I I Wll llk I l h ll I sl l M |ral1 11114l Iu?l i ll 11 1 1' ilgh g'g Ihll II l Io In I g4'I I g' uIhll i g1111g'g111, gl 1gi11 Is llgilW1 glg ,'lI. li, i4g 4iIi11t'1iii' lUjj .ll I# I IlI?VUI*III| )p ,l1 Illl'lUiu Jll ItM $I
JOHN WESLEY'S UNHAPPY MARRIED LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
JOHN=WESLEY'S UNHAPPY MAR RIED LIFE.. Nevcr perhaps, was there a more long. sulffering hIusband than John Wesley, or it lmore iltolera'ble shrew tian hisl wife. Not contentl with tor 'Luritng hilt with dally exhibitions of n iinAllsani jealousy, dogging his foot steps like a detective, listening at k'eyholes, ralnackilig his drawers 'and opening his letters, she was (says the "Slntitard ") subject to uncontrol lable lits of passion, in which she would .violently assillt her, husband, ulnd.drag hint along. the floor. by his Itlii. And all the retaliation this desplotisml evoked was a mild 'expos tulbtion when in Itt letter he wrote to'her, he.said, " 1 dislike not hav lng the collllland of lny own house, not being t'it liberty to invite my nearest relatives to so nmuch as to ldrink, a dis of teat without disobey log you. Attempt no more to. a bridge me of my liberty; then shall 1. govern you with gentle sway, oven is Christ the Church." Even when, after exhausting all her effaorts ;t...
RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
RANDOM SHOTS. By a Biliot.s lifarksrnan. Requiring information anent various. subjects, we, as usual, the other day suemmoned fhom his ahode in Mars our ticoaparable imp Fastosus. He, of course, immediately, " in tbo twinkling: of an eye," obeyed the mandate and was standing in our august presence looking remarkably well. " Fastosus," said we, what think you of Mr. David Syme and his last published worklet, ' The Soul: A Study and an Argo. msent' 1" " Well," replied our imp, unquestionably your Mr. David Syema is the greatest man of the Age, and as regards his last publication1 from his own pen I can only judge by the opinions of the press as published by himself in his own paper. There's a whole column of small type in Satusr day's issue, which at first sight .I took for a quack advertisement of a new pill, but which I found afterwards to he high euconiunms from the press of the world on Mr. Syme's latest work. Lolking at this-continued oMt imp and rememuhering a previols work by t...
CHEAP TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903
CHEAP TRAVELLING. The experiences of a Manchester citizen who thought he would travel on the railway econoe mically are worth rrecunting. He had not, he lexplains, enough cash at hi. disposal to buy a ppuseuger ticket, so he imagined a plan of be. ling forwarded as " express matter " to London. and in this plan be succeeded, although the con. sequences were peraonally unpleasant. Heao arrsored a box that he could sit in it, and further, if necessary, open the lid to release himself. Into it he got, was takru as goods by same obliging Ivieud to the station, and placed in the luggage no. Here. however, hi. troubles began. Hle reachb Londom with much iocon. venience, .ud was, to use bis enpreosion, " dumped " on the platform with the other luggage. His scheme was to recape from his narrow quarters under cover of night; but the boo being set down with the lid agaiset the platform, frustrated it. In coursen of lime I.e was rolled into the parcels ofliee, and there the boo was no placed t...