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FOOTBALL. KANGAROO GROUND V. HAZELGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

FOOTBALL. KCNOAR00,GROUND V. HAZELGLEN. The return match between Ihe ihove clubs was played at Hazulli.n, on Saturday afternoon last, and after a close and exeitin'. match result.d in an win for Kangaroo G(irund by 3 points. The following. wro the scores in each quarter : -' ) FirsL quarter. IHazoelg .et 8 belindse Kai?laroo'Ground nil.:,. {"' : Second quarter; Hazelglen,' 2 - "ol 2 behindse Kangaroo .Ground, 2 behinds S Third quaror. :K'.e .angaroo Gio rdal ' g' .al Hazelglen ...l 2 bthisnds Fourth quarter. Kangarno Gd , 1 gosal 2 behinds liizelgles, nil Tntals. Kangaroo Grd., 3-4 ; 22 points.' *Hazitglen ... 2-7 19 Goal kickers :--Kanaroo Ground- Jas.5Kennedy,(2) and E.tSpry.; Hazl. len-Hicks aiil Osrlin" 'o ",'.:-The , gosl umpires were Messrs. A.. Sloan and E, Giddenis, and Mr S. Crowe acted is timikeeper. For, the •winners the 'Spry brothels (3), J. West,:and A. Dohnt played the best;h while for Haizolglen, the captaini, Hicks, and Carlin played well.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION,. The following l.xtracts from the Fisheries Act 1890, and:Proclamations therounend, amending to date, are published for general Information. Section 15.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed enineo In any river, creek. or stream, or within aelh distance front the mouth tlOret' as may hb tptoclaimtcd by the Governot in Counlll, shall bo liable to a penlty of not less than £?OIor more thun £20. Section 18.-All nets containing fish shall be emptied in the water. Any person draw. log an to dry land any not containing fish Rhall be liable to i penalty of not less than, £2 nor more than £20, Section 2l..-Any. person knowingly talr. Ing or sselsting or attemptine to take any fish not Indigenous to Victoria, or any of such species, within three years after their Iltrodnctlon, or any further time proclaimed, or hoaing inadvertently takei such fisbh and shall not forthwilh returs the sunie to the water in which they were ciptured, shall be' liable to a penalty of...

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COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

OOURTS, * Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentloned places, oa the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereluafter respectlively set out, ris.: Name of Uourt Day b arch April May Junuo July August Sept Oct* Nov Dec Heidelberg ... Monday .10- 2, 23stf '233" 6627* 4,25t 1,2 6,27"1 3,24"t 14, 2" "6,26"t 2, 23+t 21t Andcrson a Cteek Monday .. 11 9 9 20 11 8 13 10 7 12 160 7 Eltha ..Tuesday .. I 10 10 21 12 9 14 11 8 13 10 8 lealesvsllle .. Thursday... 2 S30 S, 26 23 21 I 18 1 13 10 8.. 3,31 Lilydale . . Friday .. 3 63) 13t .6,31 , 171t .8't. 1 t,,12 3sf. 10 7, 14 4, 11, 18 2. 9, 16 6,13 4,11 20, 7 20, 27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 28t 25*4 25f, 3 20+t, 27 last 31*t Ferutree Gully.. Wednesday 0 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton Satn:day . 10 21 21 13 16 13 11 8 6 3,31 28 19 cs"~ 4 ~' x Q e ý O ý: V"

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

OLOSE' SEASONS FOR . GAME. CAUTION. The nhjolned.Table, sllowing the Close Seasous for Game, s published for general information. All previous 'nbles.aro hereby cancelled. IIHI WHOLE YEAR. All Australian Fatne, with the exception of snakes, in National Park ntear VIlson's Prounnntory,all birds, except sparrows and minaobs, not Indlgenoua to Australia, and their produce (Including egos), antelopu, hoe ecterS, bustard or wild turkey, Califor ulau quail, deer, emus, ephthllnlrus, fan tails, fly.catchers, great kingfisher or laugh log jat:kass, grouse, Ibis, large grey kangarous (mnaoropus glgnutous), great red kanearous (umacropus rufus), lyre-birds, magpies, magpie lark, native boors, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or mopokes, inbles, se, sel uthor sorno plover cu enrlew, swallows, warblers, whhlo swans, wrens. 14th day of June to the 20th day of Decem ber in each year. SBlank wan, wild geese of all kinds. lst day of Augulst In eaob year to the last day of March follo...

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BURIED IN WHISKY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

BURIED IN WHISKY. Charles Bramlette, aged 80 years, died on January 2gid. He owned several farms In ftariiio County, U 8.A., and had beem a iprosierese buries maen all him life. At a low estimate be was wurth 100 000 dollars. He was pculiar ia notkiug but bis ideas of bis eow burial. He was a great reader, and perbaps drew his motione from the hbiataris of aacieat Egypt. At any rate, whbrever he may have obtea?ed them, his directions regarding his burial were unique. About fifteens yers ago be hired a skilfuo stoe.mason to make a sarcepkegus of blue Keetehky limestone,whicb is more durable than the hardest marble. At the same time he bought a barrel of the best old Bourbon the Stlte could produce, uad ordered that at his death the whisky should be poured uuon his body after at was placed in the stone ceoin. The sarcophages was then to be hermetically sealed aed.placed iu a grave near his resideure. All his directions bhae been followrd to thes letter. He was buried on January 4th. I...

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QUESTIONABLE FORGIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

W?ISTIONABLE FORCIVENESS. --·-+ 'I'wo cottagers residing in a rural part of Scotland had some altlrca tioln riegardilg the botlndalrly linle bb tween their gardens. 'he discussion? becanme so high that the worthy nll parted vowing never to forgive' each other. Some months clapsed, iand one of them, .Jaimes Smith, twas laid low on a sick bed. There was little or no hope of his recovery, and his " gudewlfe " earnestly uirged him to senld -'for his neighitour,. " Timunnas. to lmake up the diller enlcems. Her husband consented, and '-ainm " elitered the sick roonl wilh a vey: meek ai r. '' Woll; Jimn, I'ml; rle vexed to see yoe iia fair frao eel.'.' hDeed aye; l:`tL, 1 a h i i'al" lll am u; ' I tlhoclit it mlcht to slee-ye mtform'oi= gones 'be bygone SVesoi `eel e . mnis -It's * m rLicht ,I'm wllll 'Ayow rds te dioasor dyae Int dnm grudge at onyboJh added sl i.; In'ds: o'egin t g. , thinigs'll jst be as they iwa I

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DICKSON'S CREEK. July 13th, 1903 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

DIOKSON'S CREEK. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 13th, 1903. On Wednesday last Mr. G. Lorimter 'found two, of Ilis bullocks locked to gether by the horns, and.from ,pppear ancesr they .mnust have been in this position for several days. Ons of the bullocks .has straight horns, while the other.. bas horns that turn up over his h?aHd. The bullocks no doubt had been playing and had got their horns inter locked.' Mr. Lorinmer got theassistance of two men, but three inches of one of the cearly horns had to be sawn off before the Iullooks could be separated. This curly.horned hullock had a similar experience before. While .working in a testa at Toolanlli he ran his hqsd against a myrtle tree and got fastened, and.before It enld be freed the, myrtle had to be cut off.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

CENERAL INFORMATION. ---·***~-- Nearly aill the ostriches iil South Africa atre raised iun incubIators. A" carrier-tigeoni:- flying withl., aI strong wind, covers 1,600 yards in aii minute. .. Nearly every. house and: hut; in Slant has a clock, andinmost of thes? are of American manufacture; --4- A rifle bullet 'fired at "i distance of lifty yards will not pass through. a r wall of stow four. feet thick.'' lcid-htaired ieopile,., it is. stated itt loss liable to btecotte. bald than -those whose htai' is of any other colot., It is estimatted that over ;i2,U0t,. 0(00 tons of water puss over the fallo of Nilgara every hou'r. ---- Thellre arl more suddles and harness madle in Dalls, T'exas, than in any other city in the world. -.--* l'he sugar cano of Cuba must he delicious, as thiere are twenty-six different kinds of insects that attacL it. So atnciiat ls the city of Damascus, in Syrlia, that there is no record of its origin in the written histories., l'he best times of. the year for f...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endor[?]ing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may by intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THE RED RAG ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

OO?iESPONDEWNOE.. Without eudoralog the opinlons. of. our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest,which may beintelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the- writer's real name, not necessarily for publicationu, but as a.guarantee of good faith. THIE BED.RAG BOAD& TO THRR ITOR On THuu EVELTN O YsERVER. Sir,-In.golng from.Warrandyte to Ring. wood the other day,l, was sorry to find that the Templestowu Shire; Councillors had galned their ends as the road is practically closed for vehicular.trattie, and isain.a most disgraceful state, and in one place, Camp. hbll's filling, I was led into a mostdangerous track, as I could not turn round nor avoid it in. any way. Now a man with. a plough. and. scoop, and two men. with: horse and dray could rectify this place in two or three 'days, Lam.told'tlat the. ratepayers living on tins road go two or three miles further into a nelghbouerng shire (L...

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WHITTLESEA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

W H ITTLE~EA AGRIOCULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the above Society was held at the Whittleers Hotel on Satunday last, 11th inst. Present :-Messrs. C. Draper (chair. man), J. Mason (treasurer), Jrffrey, Crozier, Morris, W. Thomas, J. Thonmas, J. Cnulthard, J. Coranoot,' and the Secretary. The minutes were read and con firmed. OnnRESPONDENCS. From Royal Agricultural Society, re district competitions, asking for space required for exhibits at Royal Show, to he specifi;d before the lat,August. -The Secretary was instructed to write and ask for fuller information, and a sub.committee was formed to carry out the proposed programme. The balance-sheet was adopted on the motion of Mr W. Thomas, seconded by J. Thomas. Mr W. Thomas moved a vote of thanks to all retiring officers and- com mittee. Seconded by Mr Jeffrey and carried. The Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice President Draper. returned thanks on their.own behalf' and thos cwho were absent. ELBOTION OP COMMITTEB. The retiring com...

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is od. WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly. mseting of6 this Council was hold at the Councib Chamber, Yun 'ean, on Monday" laSIt, 13th inst. Present :--Thl President (Or. Draper) and .Ora. Bassett, Corn foot, Nicholson, Morris, Reid, Thoumae knd Willis. cORRnEstONDENw.. From Department of Public Works, re rates owing on forfeited licenses.- Reeeived. From Department of Lands aoud Survey, 23rd Jolne, referring to Conn. cil's application of 28th ult,, requesting that the'desired extension of the quarry' reserve alluded to at Kinglake may be indicated on enocloseod plan.--Referredi to Surveyor. From Blake and Riggall, re RamI. say's estate, June 23rd, as follows: On 17th April last year we rendered you a memo, of our lcharges amounting! to £6 15s, and although we havr mode repeated applicatiqn. the account is still unpaid. .We cannot allow the account tp.semsin oatlatnding , ?oy longer and. must request ihe favor of a c...

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CONCERT AT KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

CONCERT AT KANGAROO GROUND. The annual concert of the losel cricket club hold last Friday evening was somewhat disappointing. The programme arranged for the occasion was an excellent one, as it coanained the names of some of our best known district talenot, but'.owings to a com bination of unfortunate circtumnstacee no less than eight of those who. had promised their services, failed to put in an apparance, and that they could not attend was not known ntil the. concert was about to start. However; there wore several performers present, and too much ' credit cannot be bestowed on them for their successfiul endeavours in providing a programme for the occasion. Miss M'Laughlin,. a visitor to ,the district,.sang in both. the first 'nd second part of'the pro. gramme; her renderieg oft "'Th. Holy City" being greatly appreciated, and her " coon"' song is the second part of the programme- was. socif6r onsly applauded,. ands in, response to an encore she gave " Old tocle. Ndi"' Hiss. Carruca...

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KINGLAKE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

K.INGLAEKE. RIFLE CLUB;. The.above club. has jpet completed, another very successful year oL its existence. Interest hasbeen sustained by a series of trophies kindly donated by. gentle. men interested in riflb shooting, Mrarked improvement has beeon made all round in the. shooting. Out of 56, members, 53" completed their musketry course, Of these, the mnejprity obtained. the sank of let and 2 od cleas shots. The following were succeelful in gain. ing the markemaun' badge :-T. Mason (157), J.. Johnston (149), J. J. Traill (147), and E. Paekine (148), The junior modal has been won by D. Loreus end senlor medal by A. Beale, The following were also winners of trophies during the year :--ir Bates' trophy (vernler), E. Pasklies ; Mr M. L. Hntohblnon's trophy (value £1 1s), T. Mason;. Mr Lawrey's trophy (for hlghest aggregate in 12" best shoots), 50 fruit trees,. lst J. Pearsn, (627), 2nd, also 50. fruit trees, T;'' Msua (022); Air VWholpton'e trophy, J. J. J. T'raill; Mr fates' 2na trophy...

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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

Publinhed EvBery FI iday .Morninq. FIWDAY, JULY 17,. 1903. Muss will be celebrated at St. Joseph's,.Yau Yean, on Sunday nex.t,, 19th inst.,.at LL a.m. The. annual revision court of: the Eltknsm Shire Council will be'held. on. Wednesday next, 22nd inst.. Mr WValter Thomas, of Morang, advertises that he has £1000, of. trust monsy to lend. in. oaeor wore sums. M?aers Morton, and. Coghill will hold thiir -usual Mhonthly. Tale at 'Morris' yards,.ElthaL,. on Thursday nexti 23rid inst. A progressive euchre.party and dance will be held this (Friday), evening at Yarra Glen. in aid of the local. Tennis. Club. Last Saturday and. Sunday mornings this district exporienced very severe froets-rreo severest for at least twenty years past. An earthquake occurred lest Tuesday night at Warrnambool, causing damage to property. amountigt to. thousands. of. pounds. Mr W.. Wilson,, of Ohule.atreet, Diamond.Oreek, advoctises. that beh has lost a white heifer,. and will give. a reward to the finder. A poll'...

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SHIPBUILDERS FOR THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

SHIPBUILDERS FOR THE WORLD. ''he United K?nigdom ln doing 1 11u' shlliluildilg thll all 'the rest uf tII world put toguther, AL iolfast alone this time hll 'eluar ti wolo were unrilo conHtml'rulet 10 vessels, tot(llingl 17(1,088 ton At presenJl t lk'lfast l al(o bulllhdi 11) VeNsele, bitt the tOnnllug tot. h1 I'l'Ien to I I1,iot0 tlon, At thll enlltl of thu MAarch qurt they wereI hltlllhlK fo to tliIeviltIein 11 thu colollnie 7111),0 tons or wlipilllu; IaglInL 71UU,?hi)(lO i the whole I the rusnt of the wothl we" bulhli, n11t they I wte ru altu bullhil.1 181,110 toIulls fo oreulgn Own llo's. it atddltion, Iheru werel' atll the un01 of Mlar'ch (J|J wlu'ahlips, of ll0l0,I1;1 LioN displalenliiU llt, 11itll 1', construelIII t(ill III Ihi UniteldlI Itlnldonlt, lerdy-" tihll I lng"' I'hln ,yutlii . tu'uL ilthr' hine ' ,' ' Ihllld-' Nio, Ir'dy, I I nttlil Ii .!'1h luIurlier leu iw killledl lsl ulollh,."

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RANDOM SHOTS. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

RANDOM SHOTS. By a Biliou.s . Marksmrna. ANSWERS 'O CORRIFSPONDENTS. WAItURaTON WESTITT.--YO, our imp will'"shortly visit your locality with a view of0airing yoir, immediate wants. "The prosperity of your plece rests on a sure foundation, for by the time your vest timber resources are exhausod the land will be brought under cultivation. The farmer and his land are the true basis of all per manent prosperity. Re the want of school accommodation, write to your member, the lion. E. H.' Cameron, Minister of Water Supply, and tell him you are short of a pedagogue or two, and if he does not reply write again and again until he does reply and until you get your school opened. By the way, there's a splendid assembly ball-one of the best build in?s out of Melbourne-why not got theuso of that? We think it could be got at a fair rental. Just in the heart of the township, too; save the youngsters, most of them, a long walk. Yes, you want a bank, too, and must soon have ong. M1R,, L.P.--Our imp ...

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EXPLORING THE SEA BOTTOM. ITALIAN INVENTION FOR SUBMARINE INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

EXPLORING THE 'SEA BOT TOM. IT'IALTAN INVENTION FOR SUB-' i: tAI? N?L NVESTIGATION?? Cavaliefe 1'ino; an Itallan invent o lins ievlised'tico machilids for sub IIine fi t ue in fr iio ichr impoitat r lsoe e'iiiected;i; One "isua ub niarine woi rker oi for use a giti depths itihli- tliseis cail enduire. It lis a ig: steel, eg.. builso strong: as to withstand great pressure of *-watcr, and llpped a ith steel.:f aims aihd hands foi maoniig objects 'ol the se?ai bottom . :'It, 'ni ries' to~i iuea, who look "out tlirough heavyI crystal winlows.and see whatever-is in sight.' ILt has a telephone thlllch conniunlicates 'with the: seifatce, aitd is fiuinilshled with electric ipower, i ly uiatns tf ?,ich it proceedis on a nsingle wheel over the sea::bottoll:, wherever :its governors choose; It holds air inlough to -last a moderate .timne andl wheln mnore is nieeded it call be it sulllted fiolu the surface. " Ii like a uinnellr it can lie fiuriilsied with light. Tlhe Inventor believes thalt his...

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THE ROMANCE OF FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

THE ROMANCE - OF FOOT BALL. Some time ago (says "I.O.U.") a West of ECngland footballer, who ilhad been up with Iris teana to play Bilack, heath, had ta nlrrow escape of his life in the trandll. Ilie was crossing nIlear Wellington Street, when it cab horse ran into himl llland knolllcked him over. In his fall he managed to get clear of the horse that caused the accident, but what was his dismay uponll dinig that at heavy dray with a pair of horses ws up1)on him.. iEscape seemed hopeless, but in a twinkling he thought of at trick tihat hlie was accustomellld to practise upon the football lield to'extricate himl self fromn the bottom of a sctrum and other tight corners. Ini a moment he .tthEireid ihliielf ui(liteo o kiot .'ti lid rolling between tile horses' fore and hind feet, got clear Into the gutter thus saving himself by it veritable hair's-breadth frolnl an accident whllich if it had not been fatal, wouhl tIt least have crippled hm11 for life. In the Chitral expedition, ia soldi...

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PRISONERS REFUSE TO EAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

PRISONERS' REFUSE TO EAT. --~-- llissatisfied with thoir food 2,000 convicts of a Vlennta prison, have lately taken to eating nothing. They occupy themselves now by howling in chorus from early morning till evening. The noise Is said to be deafening and most distracting and the authorities' threaten to expel overy. mtan of the 2,000 unless they mend their ways. ,The authorities remlind one of a ianll - who thlreatened the -shop keeplers that if they didn't give hint his change at once ho would go away without it.,

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WHERE THE SWEEP SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903

WHERE THE SWEEP-SCORED. -----F . At It ltarge private house some01 dis talc Ifrom PI'etworth, ill Sussex, a swetep was enlgaged to sweep the chillnelly ill the servants hall, which wain of ait old-fashionled kind. leilng It il'ieplaco for lllrning wood, the sweep had to cllllb the chlllmney before Ihe colldl colnmence his work. 'The footllmen, seellug the chancl for seoe fl un, lighted browni paper and I'IgH'lit the ilil'uhtcu : but -the sw0eep, plerceivillg tlhei little genlie, Oll gain ing the top of the chhlielly clilmbedI out and laid himself across the chilm lney-pot, causinlg the satoke to lI tl the hail. Thle sanoko-begrlled footmen had to indulge in. clean shirts, tic, alnd collars as a returnfor their little joke.

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