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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following axtraeta from the Fisher'eo Act '1890, and Proclamations thcroeuend, nmending to date, are published for general infornatlion. 8Rclion 15.-Any person Sibing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream, or within sach distance froin the ?m&lt;otuh thereof a nmay be proclallued by the Governor in Council, bshll be liable to a peunlty of not less than £2 nor more than '£20. Scction 16.-All nets containing fish shall he emptied in the water. Any person draw. lug on to dry land any net containing flsh shall he liable to a penalty of uot less than £2 nor more than £20, Section 2I.-Any person knowingly tak. ing or asnlsting or attempting to take any fihr not mldigenous to Victoria, or ony of such species, within tlree years after their lutroduction, or ainy further time proclAimed, or liain inladvertently taken such flth and shall not forthwih return the saume to tbo wator in which they werucaptured, shall be liable to a pena...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
Improved Patent MILK CANS, -"/ Kerr's Patent STRAINER AND ;BUCKET Obtainable only at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, 247-9 Brunswick-street. FITZROY. The improvement on our KANGAROO IltANi) ItAILWAY MILK CA N conslits of an extra-stroeg Mild Stee.l GOlvanised Band, completely encircling the Can between the'body and shoulder; it extends four inches up the Body of the Cn,: and is then I turned over the edge of the shoulder with a }in steel Iting, worked in at the edge whleb tumpletely protects the exposed portion of Can betweenthe body and Jboulder from beingt' damaged, we threbey snake what it the weak spot in all other makers' Cans, the strongest I antd'almost unbreakable partln the Hongaroo BSand. - The Neck of our Ca-s is protected by our Special Steel Ring which ensures both strtength and a complete circle, thereby doing away with the trouble and waste of leaking shouldeers, and having the advantage of the covers fitting any Can. Our Cans are guar anteed to be made of the best material ...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
COURTS. 1903, Courts will be held during the Year. 1903, tt the undermoent?oned pflaes, on trh darys, at the hours, and on- the dates hereleafter respectively set out; ` .iz. Nameof Cour Day Feb March April May June J.l August Sept Oct Nov Dec Heidelberg Monday ..; 1 2, 23t 2 23' 6 27*t 4, s*t 1, 22t 6 2'j 3, 24f 14,2't 5,6't 2, 2S 21t Anderon a Creek M nday 11 9 r 20 11 ' 8 iS 10 7 12 16 7 Eltham; :.. Tneoday ; 1.. 0 i o to 21 I - b 14 11 B 13 10 o eolenville Torsdday.. . o30 2 2d , 21 18 1 6 13 10" 5 3,31 Lilydale Friday .o9 30 ,13t 6,1' 3,17t ? .e}t,6 t,12 si *.t 10 ? 14 .4, 11 ,18 2. 16 6.13 4.11 0 2,7 20, 27 24 22, 29, 19, 26 17, 24 1, 28* 25' 3t. 30 so , 27 18t 31a Ferutree Gully.. Wedinesday 'i 25 ,25 29 27 24 2 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton : " stalday 10 21 31 19 i6 is t l 332,1 28 19 " olico Magistrate' visi ts. t Licensiug and Warden's Courts. D. l BE kti otIMAN, . Clerk of Courts.'
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
CLOSE SEASONS FOUR. GAlE. CAU'rION,: -The sbhfolned Table, hiowing the Close Seasons for Garme, is published for general information. -, All previous 'ables are hereby onacelled. . ilE Wt~)L.E YI AR, All Australian Faurrs, with the exception of snakes, in National Pork near Wilson's Frmcllteory,all birdsll, extr t sparrows and nmlahls, not ledigeuous to Australia, and their produce. (including egas), antelope, beo enters, bustard or wild turkey, Utalfur elan quail, deer, esmus, epllthiansrs, fau tal,t fly.atcrhers, great kingfishor or laugh ing Jackass, grouse, ibis, large grey kangaroos (muacropus gigantous),,great rod kaneatuos (umacropus rufus), lyre-birds, upagples, magpie lark, native bears, owls, partridges, pheasants, platy pus, podargus or mopokes, robins, seals, soauthrn stone plorer or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 14thdiay of June to the loth day of Deceso her ls each year. Black swan, wild geese of all kinds., lst day of August in each year to the last ...
FOOTBALL. KANGAROO GROUND. V. HAZELGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
FOOTBALL. KANGAIOO GROUND V. HAZELOLIIN. A match between the above clubs ,was played at Kangaroo Ground last S' turday afternoon.. The weather was ainything but favorable, being very cold and showery, and the ground was fairly saturated, the water laying in pools everywhere. The Hnzelglant 'teats were the fi at to put in an appear once, as the local boys didn't expect them to comne in such weather, and consequently they were late in starting the match. It was arranged to play only 15 minutes each quarter, owing to the wet state of the ground and the late start. The visitors were in full force and were an even and rather lheavy team. The game was very much similar to the last natch played between Kanga roo Ground and Diamond Creek, as the visitors in both matches scored in the first quarter and never scored a point after. The Hazelglen team made the misinko of trying to run with the ball, .hich was next to impossible on t t sloippy ground, but the locals were l-isfi.d ta play the bal...
A CURIOUS PORTRAIT OF A KING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
A CURIOUS PORTRAIT OF A KING, 'robehmly Ith mo.lt untIus purlrtit of a Kinf to be Itund alywhrllro thrwill r tw I is that oft Chaullet . i, 8l. Jobh'. C(allege, (.)aurld. At· diatano. the Iirtait looks like aln ordinary Ient aol?nk l rawingl ; ibut a ltoer inslneotiu lllows thll nll to consist of words wrltttu very miltroteli. Itnnrre words form versea I rm thu pralote, nud Ite portrait I at arrlnged na to ountatli on?l morer from every patlllr In the Ilible. Ai tllis story in Le u II ill connuetiml wit tllIu picture, tihailev II, rnaited Oxford, alid tbhere Ibe s.a the to ratr t iof hia fatherr. '? l ll lll i did tIe bllolnl of it Litht ie promised, i? tIhu oullego woulhi give at him, he woult rrtlant i I.o tllun wlatever reqrueit they tight imake. T'I I arratngeoient wst agreed Is, aid soon iafter. wanrit tlea Ki recelved the plaoture, with a olito ralqueu that it aoul b le forthlwitlh r. tua lld.
A CURIOUS TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
A CURIOUS TOWN. The most curious town in Engloand is North. wioh. There is out a straight c4est, nor, in fact, a strailht house, in the place ; every part of it has the appearanae of having recently suffered from the viritatiea ,of an easthqualke, Nrrthwioh, as everorne knows, is the ctatle of the talt iodurttry. Ou nearly ill aides of the tows are big ealtworks, with their eginues pump. tog hundreds of thousands of gatllos of brine eeray week. At a depth ofl ome 203 or .300 feet are im. mease su btrrranea lakes of br ine, and as the ceotents of theme lro pumpel od pumped away the upper crust of earth is correspondisgli weakened, and the result Is an censionsal muih. idllence. These subsldences have a " pulling " e?cct autle lnerrest buihlisgs, which are drawn " sil waye," giring Lte tows nn upeIsde down appiear. Scc,.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
i Moin; fir the President;' &a.,. SElthanr Shire 06uncil. -hI face of: the, !depart?tienil objeotion.imposed,; I. faih to seoe any alternative' but to. make. application, for perlnission, to. expand the whole, of the' grunt of: the £350; upon. ".Willthamson'a'" road,.Diokson's. Ofeek; There' oiseverything in favour lof.that proposal, Theor can be hardly any doubtthat it would be aceedd: to., 'A year, or so-.go a numerously, signedl :petition.was.presonted.to your Counoil for the construotiou, of this work,. whichreoeived your unanimous support,. :but for finanoii ruaeona action had: to. bb postponed, No iujijttice would ho. ;ocesaioned; as. It would be of eqpaol importance toall who reqpiredt to use. the road. 0: St Wxonova, Surveyor, Eltham S. Osoncil. July 4th, 1908; Cr.. Bath. said the Secretary wase hardly correot in his sattoment. His contention at last meeting was as to. -pportioatnent, of the grant. -Hib-tI strongly obj4cted, to the allocation as: made by, the Surveyo...
AN IMPROMPTU WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
AN IMPROMPTU WEDDING. Dose Swilt was walking on the Phobmsi Road, Dubli, when a tbunudurstorm suddenly came on, aod be took shelter under a tree where a party were shelterin?K also-two young women and two young men. One of the girls looked vary sad, till as the rain fell her tears began to fow. The dean inquired the oause, and lesarned that t was their weddiug day. They were on their way to the church. and new her white cluthee were wet. and she eouldn't go. "Never mind, I'll marry you," said the deau, and he took uut hie irayet-book and then and there married them, their witnlases being present; and, to make the thing com plet., he tote a loaf foum Lis packet-bouk, aud with hil pencil wrote and sidned a certiflcate, which he handed to the bride, The certificate was worded es follows : Under a tree in stormy weather I msuried this man and woman tWgetber; Let none but Hire who rules the thunder, Sever this malt and woman assunder. JONATurN Swt?r. Dean of St. Patrick's.
SYMPATHETIC! [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
SYMPATHETIC I SA man in Maryland the other day ate Ifteen dozen raw oysters for a wager. The silver trimmings on his coffin cost twelve dollars sad tbirty.lre cents." It is impossible to state the name of the humiourist who origisated the above manner of describing a fatal ccurrence; but it seems to be quite generally followed by Amnrieua news. paper paragapher aouwadays. It in a delicate way of putting it, sad reads much better than whes one says: " He died amid the most horrible and excruciettug Igonies." The whole story is told, and the reader's sensibilities are not shocked. This style of paragraphing affords an oppor tunity for extciring the ingenuity. Vatiety, reshnoess, and a cheerful, not to say vivacious, :facetiouseass, tan be mingled with the briefest noticesof fatal casualties that otherwi.e may be neglected by the reader or very briefll glanced at: Here area rew selected examples : " A young; man in Louisville examined a k.g of damaged gunpowder with a red.hot poker, to...
WHITTLESEA RIFLE CLUB. MR. M. J. S. GAIR'S TROPHY. WON BY DAVID M'KIMMIE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
WHITTLESEA RIFLE CLUB. MR. It. J. S. OAIR'8 TROPHY. WON BY DAVID lMKILMIIIE.. Some time ago a currespondent at Kinglukse omoplaiued in tlieso columnsi that the Parliamentary neiembere for the distriot gave trophies. to cricket clubs but ignored rifle clubs. This statement was in, no way correot,. es. the ttembera conoerned'supported and gave trophies for tcompetition to oeveral rifle clubs in their respective oonstitu encies. Mr. Gair, the member for Eest Bourke, some tinlo ego gave a £5 ba trophy to. the Whittleee Shire Rile Club, and last year he gave to the Whittlesea Rifse Club the beet rifle hecoould buy. This rifle was competed, for and was ,won by Mr. M'Kimmie, and was on view for some tinme in Mir. Rstehinson's window, Whittlesoee, before presentation. The following letter sent to Mr.. Gitir by the Seere. tary. oL the club gives someine interesting particulars : RBifle Club No, 256, Whittlesea, 3rd July, 1903, To M. J..S. Gnair,.Esq., I.L.A. Dear 8ir,-L must apologise for no...
AN INTELLIGENT PUSSY CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
AN INTELLICENT PUSSY CAT. A cat onie clay showed herself in the character of an attentive nurse, though, . tiifbrtunatily, tlie in;alid? Was ulejiji able to apprieciate heo, A lady had at caut of, which she was, ery foldd, adlt whsoe dinnerr was re geularly provided Iby the "cook` buying; a liver forl her once Ii week. Thias was cut ilnto seveni piecesi= one dft whlichl was given to the cat evcrbi day. It so happenlled that the pussy's .mistress wits taken ill, and confnelld to her bed. No soone'r didi the cat, mlliss her kind friend thant she lmade her way Lto tile betd rool, and jump ing onll the ied, she lcked her iniij tress's face itld l hIiinds, shlowinig in oevery piossible wily her allection and sympltthy. After it thno.a thought seemed to strikel her-perhllps her lmistresls wias hungry. Ilushilg to tile ihoor sIe waited illlmtently tillte it was openedl : 'J'h n moment this was done, , 'she ruslhed dlwllstair's, ntlllto he' itl? .tress's suirprise, retturled ?tlinist at onc...
Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 9th June, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
Depoartment of Publio.W orks,. Melbourne, 9th June, 1903,.. Sir... SrInl reply to your. letten oti the 3rd? inst., ILbeg to Iofurm.you. thtatno.portion.oft Ithe grant for conutruoting roadsa oan. be, paid lor.maintenance works. Lhase the honour. to be,. Sir~. Your obedient servant, S Di G O ItArrtt,., Secretary for P1ublic Works.. The Shire Secretary, Eltlhan,.
Eltham. June 3rd, 1903. Government Loans of £350. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
Blthami, SJune 3rd,.1903t. Gdvemnment Loaunof. £3a0. Sir,-Tho moemnbers of thll Counell being, unable.to agree upon. this eubject,.I.write. to.inqpire iftaay portiou of the fuod c~n.bet expauded. upon maimuteonanuet. ,:ursaobedlently, - C,..8.. Wmonovet. Sea., S lthaem.Swire Council.. ThoSoaretary,, Publie V.orks Dep?artment, Melbourne..
A COLOURED MAN'S LOVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
A COLOURED MAN'S LOVE LETTER. A coloured lman lving in lel,roit had long tadltired It cololured widow ii ,I tighblourinig street, butL IholIg afraid to HllO?tk he w'Int to Iii wh tl friend, andl att?tked him to write for' himii 'I'he whil Innll 11i NoI, tilling tho wn'inniin i fle brieA lien Intho Hliz batlrhio , silul Itilll?g hi a If Hilo colde l iIpa th a d wlil l little. 'i'ho dLaiky' nllalo was si gndh , nIIll.ld ho wldi to cnllu rot nll answer.tol Rubsequnlh t l tI)v 0he whlt** IIIi. m'Let thu negro tuId asked the reutslt i)? the Interview and what tht hldy hadlo 1 shot iye, it scritchld o ,ne, I iilnt huantful of wool hail bran viuluntly re)lnnted, m l. nwl redw' h In IhIoUIInn ioni '' H iu dllidn'tl any nllf lll, nlit' i1 didn't. si iy din' mor' It llliutu,"" Athnull, Gree(2ce, In wtl(ten nlitlrely' III vulerse, u' ll hen tllhl ritI'Ollilllts , -*I*- VII'your own i stic~l ll't,, to condunitl It I 111i II It I i Ihn t hi il of ,iiyour nill,?lY , IlnLw ', iItlhooil i't nitVow ...
A RECEIVER OF STOLEN GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
A RECEIVER OF STOLEN GOODS, -4- A publican, who was believed to be in constanlt nssociation with expert thieves, and was suspected of acting as recoiver of goods stolen by thell iii. all parts of the country, was eventually brought to justice in this way. Three smart young ollicers were in structed to make love to three bar maids employed on tile plremises. One by one, apparently Ilnknlown to each other, tile detectives carried out their orders to the letter. Tile bar lmaids and their " lovers " walked out when they were relieved of the worries of business, occasionally they visited lllllsic-healls, alid 5solmetimles restaurants, where they dined to their satisfaction after a fatiguing rounlld of slopphlg.. Conv\'ersations were pulrposely turn ed onl to tile " tjov'nor,'" alnd the stories the girls told on thel' excur sions of pleast?I o to their attentive genlltlemen, of the Cllriouls happenilngs after tile house wis closed, of the surreptltious admittance of visitors Iat tile rear...
IT WAS A GOOD ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
IT WAS; A. GOOD ONE. ,It Is surprising what people other wise staid and respectable, will do during the excitement, of watching a footbarll match. . ' Trhe other Saturday at one, of our "Ci'ack" 'games, ~ grey-haired and aristoci'atlclhloOlkng old n mani on' thi stand l'kpt showfig appreciation of any good play,lby alterinately patting first one knbe and then the -other. --At last the homue centre, receiving the ball, drjibbfed down the field, at the same time eluding several op ponents, and scored a line, goal. SriThe old" gentlemati in his excite mie nt, roite td his feet, cheering lus tily the while, and brIought hils handtl dlwn-simash I--upon the glossy silk liat of a gentlllman ,seated in .front of linl, at the name time shouting: "Splendid I splendid I . T'hat was ai good one."' "Yes," replied "the victim,, ruefully surveying his bhatered headgear, "it 'was' It good one; but just louk at It now I " W'ith a hearty laugh, i' which, all around .jolitd. the' old gentlemluan hande...
ABOARD AN AMERICAN RIVER BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
ABOARD ANK AMERICAN. RIVER. BOAT. -, : Sir 'Charles ,L'ell;.;eii when' ir theo United States, retolved th'e foliloig", advico froni 'a fridn?: i "When you are rachd:ig w Ith al'l2 o posltion steam boiat, or hitinig. hei and the other pawssengers are: cIheI ? ing thoe captain i ho is sittiigui on : the safety-valvo ; to ?lep:;I? i ?an with his 'weight,: go as .far : E :? can front the tengine a: l il.` :ilseno;:' time, 'espccihilly' if lyoii ht theo clt?' tain ctoliinit''F ir? up;,boys';:putoi !Shoidl 'a servanit call oiit,' I hosei :': geantliton,. who,'havet not paidtl' their,'" passage w"}ll .plae go to the i dian caibil, obey. the/sltnu'nios ; itlihiio', iOanenlt's delay,' tfo; thit. ii explo : ilor'auity ie. 0app e:oih d.;, ' 'Why' to 'the ladi ?' i t .abin9 :?'r s .,l.' ' i'ecausei it: is tihe snift'etnd' or ti' boat, o'al tl nirei gett'inic tiitls:s. for* thole, iisouil seciurityl, or titust.. Who had itett paid thitet dotllar, beingg ofcoursd?inite?nt ' liot i?the' " rest. .i...