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A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
A NEWBPAPICIR APPICAL POItM;?h. The following wou the 1200 prine re. cently offered by a syndicate of Anoriean editors for the beet appeal poem to newr papr er r eherher to pay up their arreare, The lucky and talented autlhor Is the editor of the Rocky Mo~oftain Co!t - Ltces of great imnt oft remind nn, honest men won't alltl a chanell The more we work thLere grows behindt us, Bigger patches on oar iaqnts, On cur pants once new anin glosay, Now Are stripsu of different hueo Antd hlealtes subscrib lingelllr, And weon't pay tUs what is due, Then lot uts he up alnd dohiPg, olend your lllte lowever small, Or when the llnw of winter strikes as, We shall hvrs no pants at all, "BrTICKING TutIitli nltt I A SonITe or WHA'rTntln."--Tile frilentdship bhtweeO nan anld aml which enables them to stick to. gother Intiall sorts or weather It a friendhipi wortl llhnlllg, lt titmes of proisleliy lmins of us ann lhardly disttigulish a frIend of this kind flrom on of te othellr sort., ltut lot the torn...
FISHES THAT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
FISHES, THAT TALK, The fish is generally, and not with out reason, regarded as a pectilidrly silent animal. Yet there are some few fishes which have voices, and aro quite talkative, according to Professor Charles P. Holder, who has written all n account of his inves tigatiolns for tile " Scientific Ameri can." One of these nloisy;fish isllknown to science' as Porichthys notatus, and popularly as the mlkidshipinan, the singing fish, and thile star-gazer. In a generaIwaySthe fish resembles the catfish. It .is about 15in. in length ; thle head fiat, the eyes on top of it, and capable of being de pressed out' of sighlt lwhenll the fish is toiched. The prevailing colour is deep blue; tihe Imouthl is large anlld armed with an array of sllharp curved teeth, a lrelltrktable sleries of pores. and a still. mlore retnlarnable series of silver spots. These sliver splots are arrlanged a long the sides -and 1:0pon the lateral ventralll srfttace int a culrious design,. andt resemblo tihe Ieadtls o...
FOOTBALL. THE DWYER COMPETITION. YARRA GLEN V. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
FOOTBALL. THE DWYER CO iltPETITION. .YAiRRA GLEN V..COLDSTREAM. The =isove clnbs meietifor the second time this eseasuon .n Saturday last on tIh Yarra. Glen grounad, and a, ratlr nee aided' genie resulted in a victory or :.the horin team. The scli cre at half-timie weire Yairra Gien, 7 gobls' 13 behinds. Coldstreaoo, wil. rJust .befnrc tbe start of play for the last half the :Yira Glen teamns lined lp: add: it was foad, ?owing to a' ninsike, that bthey hal h bit n plnyin 19 men instead of 18, therefore they losta1ll the poitis tliey hld doored pp till half inm; iviz.;'55, and hail to ast?'roff afresh; ind they succeeded iut putting up 6 goals 7,hehlida (43 poiits) bofunre time was ncalled; Coldstreams oily sicuring two points.: -i : i1Thei, duties of central umlpire iwere" carried out by A:' Schunkel' of the V.J.F.A.;; and gave ger?nral eaiisfdctioni: '.'The 'Yarra Gleni tenam ,wore black-, i*nlnadas out of respect for. thelate. Johni Wilsoin who died luat Frils y.i. SLove, Harris (...
HINTS ON PORRIDGE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
HINTS ON PORRIDGE MAKIN. The usual method o[ eating this most useful food is with milk, but a, nice change may be had Iby eating stewed fruit with the porridge, either with or without milk. S?ew edt apricots or raisons are especially appotlsig, -.but there is no limit to the fruit one niay use. Apples, 'dried pears, prunIes dates and ligs Still are sullable and mayllll be had at Ssotmetinlo of the year. 'ANOTH E-R SUGGESTION 'which' It have very soldom - seen used isa to:sprinkle,-ground nuts over ?the i porrldgo. .This' ls : I o?. s IiO suitabl?: suggestitbn i foi: the' cold ';entlher, n Snuts' arei 'ery' i "ich .in 'heat-giiing' tiualitleS. 'The it'ults may ithlI? be boiight grouiid, or gro und t Btnis a - with, a: littlo,,iiut-?illI orffoodl-ciop-. per. Theseo, little=. fooil-choppors .are iimost handy' in :,oneal'skitchen, and: may " be bought for a trifling '" sum. !Nuts iare anlotxdelleeitifood and' not used ass m?ch'.:as, they b.oght'-to -bo. They, "are?iery nou'rishing-pino ...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
Piablihed ,Every Friday .Mforniet. _Mass will he celebrated at Whitlldea on Thursday, 9th July, at 10 a.m.: . The ordinary imonthly meeting of the Eltham Shire Council will be held on Monday next. A griind euclhre party and dance will be held at the Mechanies' Institute, Diattonll Coek, oh the 7th of Angust. The :'Davies.Fanklin Cycle', Co., Ballarat, 'are: in wanl of an onergetic local agent, See edit. The anniversary concert and ball. of the Caledoinia Lodge, M.U.1O.O.F., will be held at Queenuatowi on the 7th Sports will be held at Dickson's Crrek ain Friday nexi, 10:h inst., in Mr I, Ellis' paddock, commencing at 12 o'olbdk shaurp." A. concert and ,all in coninection ivith the I.Kangaroo Ground Cricket. Club willy br, held at the local hall on Friday evenin next. . "Tenders are invited by advertise. nuent for partially clearing anld ring ig 60 acres of land, Kangirou Ground. Partioulars can be obtained fromt Mr. H.'S?are, selln. 'Tle 'voters' lists of the Shiles of Eltham and Wh...
PRESENCE OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
PRESENCE OF MIND. '"-Thera) had boon snom Atonrls told of p~r13oonco or'tlintd Nhow'o at firm.. At. tile COnlu22 0I ol 0100 stOI'y, IIt 22112 "Why, that' s nthling . When 1 waOI .up North I heard of -a tug Itre. 1 strolled out. to ooo It, 1 found an sIrlIy windowtlIw, gosttcula lttng and cIII 11012 for help. Evo'uryono sonolle ilartyllod 220 I; o ldoiddor 1101' e'H202 couldII roacrh hltu. 'IThu crolwOd lalid )t11 mIuIHIt120e hulnilod to d0eat11, 1 rulhlled forward 111111 111 li 'Iltl s1111 1111,' 1 eun~lwe for a cops. 12011 11211222 11111,1 12 02121,I~ f11 12 ~1221. and (br,,ow hint the u elrt. Ito caught,. I, I told him2 to tLi th2 end21 rof12212 his wlaiIL I ho did Ho, , and I lol I 321l10tl h11122 down., (11'2t leolol It. IN 1113a ho1 b21ok11 f11m 22'lk In ll 2111all, b21.1, afrum2 ni11, 1 N1 l'ed2 h12m froni 132 In t21r2ned' to d2eath2." t RLtlius InI IlI1IInIIiI. loatn IlI\'II)(I' d It IllIfu ll- l l 1 112III.H l2H 1f 12111 tl'lI' 1I1 II1 2hu112 12 rot1 12 'lnnr11 3 ock2l 11u2k...
KANGAROO GROUND CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
KANGAROO GROUND ORIOKET CLUB, 7 A meeting of the above-club was hold at.thenKangaroo Uround HlIll oli 'Tuesday evening. last, the members present. o?gpc.M sears. -Harris (in lthe :chair)~, pj¶ing,. Greounaway, A. Canmernan 1 KoI'tIlenne, anid W; .Nicholag,(honi; eec.) S: '',,ecrdtary's report, which was ado|pted, showed that the receipts for the -pus" season totalled £3 13,s Od,' ai;d that the expenditure was £4 Is °d, leaving a debit.balanice of,7s 4d
ALCOHOL AND CHARCOAL FROM SAWDUST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
ALCOHOL AND CHARCOAL FROM SAWDUST. An intmenso plant for the conver siol of sawdust into alcohol;aind charcoal is to be established near Antwerp. Ilerr Classen, the promoter, holds the rank of privy counsellor to the Enlperior William,and the comrner cial importance of, this chemical pos sibilityat.,onc, impressed~ itself on the .discoverer, innd he arranged to napply it in a business manner. For that- purpose a site was purlchased turd a plant erected for the uccurlll lation and ,storage of- sawdust, LIre litilnary to the construction of a converting factory. 'Dr. Classen has already arranged through his. agents for an imnilenso seuiply of, sawdust at lominal prices, the material being obtained from places,which iln the past, have regard ed it as a waste. .The low cost of the raw ,material, , it- is asserted, inlkes possiblm the inunufacturo of the converted products at , ligurmr likely to ellect a colimmercial revolu tlonl In the charcoal and alcohol miarkets.
PRIZE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
Fred, 'lpping, width an. average of 2064 4runs; se8ures Mr. rBesqell's prize ot £1 1i and Mr. W.; P?Pairker's trophy (a bat)'i"r best average score durinig the serason'. Ther same bats. man also. secures Mr.r H. 'Searce's (jo?n.) prize 't 10 fo' highest indivi dual score (72 nut ou;).n Pat. Kennedy, woan Mr. Harrib' prize }(a free copy of the .seelyjn /bsercere for,12 nunths) and Mr."W. Parker's:i tr?plh (a ball)-:"for. best iowli' tya rfo c avorag'9.3, beiing just a shade better thaii E. Audrows' average,o which was 397 balle 163 rutis 17 wicket'i--9.5. .Mr. P. Kennedy's prizen(a pipe or its value, 7s 6d) for the fieldsuain who secured the most catches during the season, was, won by GOo. Speors with 6 catches. It was resolved that the prizes be presented at a concert aiid ball to be field at the Kangaroo Ground Hall on Friday evenoiig neoi, 10th inest. T 'he Seroetary was directed to write and ask Cr. John Bell, J.P, the President of the cricket club, to'pre side at the concert, an...
WEATHER PROPHECY ACHIEVED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
WEATHER PROPHECY ACHIEVED. Many attempts"have been made to discover a law bringing meteorologi cal . phenomena-the 'weather-under some systein ol cycles. It is indeed, only bly the establishment of acyclic. law that man can hope to . be :'able to' determlno ine ' advance 'th. nnli festations of ' weather "'that i we atre to experience--contiolled as"these Lire by so' vast a compilexity: bf fac tors.e The ltides are. succCrpfully pre di?ted,. anid the movennenst. of .the planets, 'onuly because , astronomers i thaveormeen',able to discoverithe- cycli-; cal, 'elatioishipse 'tha.t' correlate -"((if - tture oventi, tf' the"series that'are tinl question; ititih' he p'itst So 'it t coildd nl:1 be .ldenomostiitted that an Intilnite coinectilion i;tbsists bet'reeI the mo'vemlentls; or apparent .i moe meaits; ' of, certain ,heavenly. bodies, ,andithe daily, climatological? changes' of, -our,; earth, ,the problems of _weathet: prophecy ." would'', be fahtly, dhianced'- towards ' 'solution. An...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
COURTS. 1903. Courta will be held during the Year 1903. at the ,,derumentioned pi?pces, ow the dayp, at tie hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz.: Name of Court Day F lMarch April May June July August Sepst Oct Nov De Heidelberg ... Monday .. 1 2, 23' 223t 6 27t' 4, 25t 1, 2t 271 3.24't 14,2St* 5,2C*t 2, 23+t 21t Anderon a Creek Monday ... 11 0g , S 11 13 t 7 12 16 7 nltbham . Te ... ... 11 T 10 ' 10 21 12 14 11 8 13 10. 8 fIealesrille -. Thursday... 2 30 26 2 23 21 . 18 16 13 10 8 5 3,31 Lilydale . Friday ... 9 6.13*1 6.13*t 3, 17f l.'t,15 *t.12 3t.10 7. 14 .4,11. 18 2. 9, .16 s.13 4.11 20, 27 20, 27 2 2 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 2S*t 25'+ 23*, SO0+t. 27 ISt 31*t Ferntree Gdlly-. Wednesday . 25 25 29 27 24 29 .26 .23 28 25 23 tarbarton ...Satday ... 10 21 21 13 16 13 11 8 5 3,31 28 19 o~ c m1 c , a
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
CLOSE EAS0ONS FOR GAMbE. CAUTION. The suhb?inedr Table, showing the Clone oealone for Game, Is pabllshed for general information. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. '11B WHOLE YEIAR. All Australian FiRtna, with the exceplon of Nntkes,n h National Park near Wilson's Promoutnry,all birds, excuept sparrows and IumtIuhs, not Indigenous to Austrilla, nod their prodnue (includingi eggs), antelope, bee de;ltcr, Iustnrd or wild turkey, Caltfor nin qual, deer, eruns, ephthianllurs, fan. tails, fly.cntcbers, great kingfisher or laugh. Ing jackans, grouse, ibis, large grey kangaroos (mnaoroplns giganteus), great rod kautarooa (mecropns rufus), lyre-birds, magples, magpie lark, native bears, owls, partridges, phensants, )latypus, podargua or mopnkes,. rohins, seals, solthert, stoune plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 14th day of June to the 20th day of Decem ber In each year. Blank swan, wild geese of all kinds, let day of Augnst in eaoh year to the last day of Mar...
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, 22ND JUNE. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
S. HEIDELBER 00CURT. I MONDAY, 22ND JUNE. : (Before Mr. Keogli, P.M.) TRcrANor.-Th. followinjg wore fined 5 'oah'lifur neglecting to seneid ,their children io sch.ol t't requireid nueler of days.--George. Saunders;' Firfield ; Mirthfa -Jones and John H ['lugaltes, Heidelher ; Mi B. A. Clare, `who shiwed rixtenuating circumstances, was fined 6.1. S1TRAY CATTLE.-J. Goodall, raiger, appeared against the u'nknoivn owners of a black rmare and a grey hrras ftuid wanldering iut Fairfield. The defenid ants were each fined 2. 61, with £34.s 6d coslt, in defauth tie animals to be sold, RATE CALq.--.Tlte Shire Secretary (Mlr Prire) and Rate.collector Starling and Orisp uppeared against 91 deafuilrt in.g ratepayers who. had neglUcted to square' theiraccounts on thel 10th of I June. Meany of. the conses had tbeen settled, but in two-or three ca?os the service was Ihad asld they wern struck not. In the reulaiuder verdicts ware given fdr the amnunlnts clainled) with coats rarning fromrIls to 5s.--...
HOW HE DID IT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
iHOW' HE DID IT. A aporting geLt'tlnIlllI who h?n thi. rleu(ltatiouit of holog veury . hal hotL Iecelltly invited somen of his ftieidsH to dino .with him,. lfuroe dlnn11r he Hialowl Lllm a tlR'got pailntoed oll the hln u'IIlooI, with Ia buhllet hi the huill's e'yu. 1J'hlil ho cllollwd to have hl ut tL t,.000. nr'll' dHistncle, As Inloblody bollevoled him, he olTeorel to hotL th 'pri'led alt oystoer mlDper on its hli JustL Its he nsaihl. (it olle of his gRuets uiceet? u II11 wager'l, h)t po l'ducll two witllesq?, • who|o verlndit nuit ,t no tlhe tus tionelt to plvio hil isertinioII. As tho" 1(otlh II(il hIII hut(I )o 1 w hiat ho elllit ho won thi Iw,, A?t "he il sta" fa?' l pi*Hlltae thOe innter of thw?t110 Wll l I thlilel wInHnel huiow ie hlul l 1'ed I tll c n xc ll'tc h11111 i oII L t. " (ib,"t nellnwor'el, the whllnerl, '" " .inmply abhot ILt ilhn dto01 'froml I.,Ot(| he 'lwli i' h nits III lI hIIIL Ih 'iL. , ()lly Kl.ll 'ii lll05 Ni Il111 hirci, veh ll thn 'Inl ' nI'odI I I w hi ...
THIRD DAY, SATURDAY, 11TH JULY. The LAWN HANDICAP. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
THIRD DAY, SATURDAY, 11TH JULY. Vr Six urlongs. . Tip Top, Nubock, or Iidp Fusilette, Rawdon, or Lowiand With no acceptanlces ab a line, it is dificult to judge the elect of the Messrs. Miller's or Scobio's stables, but the winner will probably come from Freedom, Eolms, Syringe, Springtield, Sir Harry (if Scobie's elect), Daiti gomer, Burghos. and Gleldile, aind place Sir lHarry 'I.. ... .. I Syringe 2 "Freedom, Springfield,or Offender 3 SThe JULY HANDICAtP. c One mile. Admiratfios I Chossepo.t ., 2.. 2 The Snail, Mallnrd,orWait .-liit ?'` Th_ e FoosoatiuY STREPREOIIASE. Abhut two miles. imma ... ;. . ... .. " oulifinder, iBurgho ,'or Old. Clown .. 3 ~'t' ·' ·. ·'·;
A MYSTERIOUS CASE OF SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
A MYSTERIOUS: CASE. OF SUICIDE. A most fantastic story is that of the strange nnd slow suicide of the tBaronl Bela Olny, at Pesth In the year .1871. "rThe Uaron was supposed to he very wealthy.' He had a wife 'ind six'children, lie lost his mlanoy in :speculation, but this was not 'known. 1He went to Parlis and in sured 'hisI' lifc for one. hundred thou sandu gulden each in five collmpanies. lie returned to Pesth- tund. his habits began, to changeo., lie absented hitm ,self .front homlle for long = periods every:;day. 3i'romn'. the. .picttro .'Lof health heo began to droop anidd pino. 'Ii teit mntbhs heo died of- what" the doctors' dt alled :galloping consunlp ,tion. 'The Insurance comlpanites were sus picious, and their detectives unearth ed atmost:wouderfutl plot. This nobleman was discovered to have hired 'a stitali room 'in a remote atnd nleant part of the city, 1i was broken-into and found to he furnish ed' with a conmfortable sofa, a table, two chairs; and two. chests. Inl one...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
Sortluine i tllhii does not take into consideratlon the one essential to women'e happliles--wonlaaly health. Thero is many a wninll whose future seemnl anbs. lutoly unllnuded who in imarked by her own condition - for future disni1 S pointment nod dis. trees. The womlne who negleti l her health is neglecting tlhe very fmond'thti of all good fortinte. For without health, love loses Its lustre n~tod gold In Iut drose. Womtanly heallh tint' he re. ,'A, 'Intied or regaoined "by the use of Dr. Mlorse's Iedin ulntO l ellh, they estabillsh reoulrity 'and keepo i Kideys, LIver l ? d Stotnnih in a Sihealthy tondtlonu. I'hey make weak womenp stronl nI sllk woneli well, Mllsl .thlil Itrooks ofl I high Street, Kew, Vic. orba, arlies of the great lnlenit shle has dirivedl from Iakling Dr. Mnorns's Indln HIoot PIll. Shle lhad for fire years nsltlroed the greatest aloniy with Itnlla n tIle I llck anild hand, and life ialnost ihuei, it IIriltin, tier allmtent was Kidney 'oranle, and after tryilng ma...
WARDEN'S COURT AT HEIDELBERG. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
;-,.WARDEN'S 00UURT AT HEII)ELBERG. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh,) Thor was only oane tnse, the com plainanta being Elward Knights and Peter,. Liudatedt, anid the defendant was Thontas. Meylan.. The. suinusona asked tho warden to deteretmine the amount of ¢ompe~usation to be fixed for private land to be included in lease 5257. The. land in question is at Brack Flat, Mulgrave. Air D. E Bray shay said a seattletment had been arrived at, and asked for an adtjourn ment for four waeks to give effec, to it. -Adjourned accordingly,-lHeidelberg New.
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
MELBOURNE. MORSE. MIkRKET.. Oamnpboll asdSons,. Kirk'i Bazaar, report :4-A modrnate supply of-coantry; horsms forward,. for the week and prioes.on the whole remain uilohangedi Ihere has been a. gnod domand for hLdiane remounts, omrriage and buggy, horses, ands upslanding hacks. Etirwa heavy.dnaghta. have received. a good> share of' ttcntios, Medium, draughts and notlve delivery cart horses arce in, reoqpeat, ?hrriigo and' buggy pair, are wanted1 blt few coming forward, Phaeton pleoas asd, pairs, abshou 14 hands,. are in good: domsand... Thlok art order carb hursoa are oelling well, Wendy hacks nnd nondscoriptl are dilnicult to quit. Our ordinary snleu comprieo :-"ilxC ra heavy i.noighis, sub. jolt to Itrihl, £:;1t to £45, meudino dranuighu , £22 to £:30; I inlin rimoullits,. C£25 to £130; iiouaorn, £35 to £15;i. Ilihton lai's, .CI£5 to .£55; delivery cant horase, .C2 to C£241 ordinary anddlu nod hIrnl'lla horsla, £11 to £.8; 104., (Juntry Ils ?a roil'lti .£11 14, S£9I Il,, £I1 is...
FIGHTING THE SAND-DEMON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903
FIGHTINGC THE ,SAND BEMON. i In certain parts of the United States, especially along the sea coast'and the shores of the great lakes, sand has assumned the char actelr of .na npnster or demon. It flows liko,.water, engulfing houses, rburyingrailw ays, swallowing farms; :-and doing almost incalculable dani geo to life and property.; Along".thi" coast" of Southern Virginia and I'No?ith' Carolina a :chain of imniense :sand dunes ltretches' for "scores` of miles emndanger ng the. life-saving stationssan d. thrieatening tdcestrlction, to tpnuqhkl ialSiable eprivato ,property:, Steadily,- thoughi slowly,' - they. are; oving laioiawity fron tllhe shore "over Ste liid. *Remdrseless nas fate ils':th Sand iDemon, alid he blights `every tling that', conmes i?to, his pitth. Muatty a village has olie gobbled ,ip ndid mnnyi a good;square,mile of fer tile territoiyhas! he. converted into ia t dismaiedesert.,. y Variosns '= contrlvances 'honve' been, tried ':fot lllhlthg he nioiisiter" but up too ,...