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Bleeding Piles And Gravel. BILE BEANS EFFECT A PERFECT CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
Bleeding Piles And Gravel. BILE BEANS EFFECT A PERFECT CURE. "I have.hbeen a great sufferor from both Bleeding 'Piles and' Giveel' fi'r a number of years," says Mrs Esther Wilson, of 480 Fitzroy St., Fitzroy; Melbourne. "I have suffered fromn the Piles for close ori sixteen years. I had an awful time of it. I could not sleep nor eat, and in 'doing my houe. hold work I have had, on many ocn--' sions, to kneel down on the floor with frightful pain. I tried several Doctors;, hut always with the isme reault,-tliey, did nme no good. I' had alinest givens up all hope of ever bring tid of them, when I was told by a'neighbour of tho' cures that'Bile Beans had effected for Bleeding Piles. .I thought of givilng them a trial ni a last resource, but 'I found before I had finished the 'second box I had got what I had been for years seeking, and that was relief. ' I: am pleased to be able to state that I' have get that through nothing but the aus ef Bile Blans.--J have suffered from. Gravel for e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
.Medical Notice. DRI GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.O.P.,T.ond., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Load Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT : Rltham, 1.30 to 2 p.ni. Kiugarno Ground (if Instructed at Hel delberg before iI a.m.) ,Every Friday Greenahorough, 1.30 to 2 p.m. iantmond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. OR, J, T, CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN ISITS KANGAROO GROUND Every Tuesday, 1 to a p.m. QUEBNSTOWN Alternate Thundays, I to I p,m. TRAINED NURSE & MIDWIFE. Outdoor patients attended. Terms m oderate Tanck's Corner, Doreen. Fruit Trees FOR SALE. • W. NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's, S!. Qnoenstown, has the following fruit trees and plants for sale at reasonable prices : New Peaoh Princess May, Apples Pears A Almonds Apricots Peaches Plums Cherries Japanese Plnme Quinces Fifs Oranges Lemons "Mulberries Goosehcrries Rnspberries Red Currants Filbert Nuts Chcastns Black Currants - Walnuts Neetarines White Currants Vines Palms Passion Fruit I)ate Palms Loquats S.. - Pines lnsignos. All ...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extraets from the Fisheries Act. 1890, and Proelanmatios thereanend, emendia to date, are published for general information. Sectlon 15.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or sirelan. or within esch distance from the tlOtal: thereuifla mlly he procIalned by the Governor in Conllnt, shalI, be liable to a pen:lty of uat less than £2 uVr more than £20. " leclion 16.-All nets containig fish shall be emptied in the wator. Any person draw. iog on to dry land any not containing ftlh shall le liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. S?ctiou 2,.-Any person knowingly tak. ilng or assistitg or atteimpting to tako any fitsh not indigenlnas to Victoria, or anr of such speciest, within three years after their futroduetloN, or any furlther timo proclaimed, or having intdvertently taken such flsh and shall not forthwith return the Ratmo to the water in whlch tl le were captured, shaillbe lilhle nto a penall...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
Improved Patent MILK CANS, I ur° Kerr's Patent __ AND BUCKETS Obtainable only at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, 247-9 Brunswick-street PITZROY. The improvemont on our KANGAROO BitANi It \II.WA Y '111 ,ILKC lAN colnsits Sf tn extra-stroung Mild Steel Gulvraleed anud, completely encircltug the Can Ihttween the body and shoulder ; it extends four inches up the Body of the Cin, iand is then ttuned over the edge of the shoulder with a lin steel Iling, worked in at the edge which cnmp.letely'protecls the exposed portion of Can between tile hmly and shoulder frot heing dsmogetl, we thereby make what is the weak spot in all other makers' Cune, the strongest and almost unlbreaknle part In the Kangaroo Brand. T- he Neck of our Cans is protected by our Special Steel Ring which ensures both stroength et a complete circle, thereby doing away with the trouble aid waste of lenkitg lshoulders, and having the advantage of tile covers fliting any aun. lOur Canlo lire guar. antend to be made eof the best ma...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
COURTS. 1903. . Courts will be held during the Year 1903. at the undermieutloned places, on the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively 'et out, vi. :i- ' Name of Court Day Feb March April May June July August Sept Oct Nov Dec A.x. Heidelberg ... Monday .. 10 2, 23t 2,231t 6,27t 4,*5t 1,922t 6.27ij 3.24St 14,2tf .5,261t 2, 't 3 21 Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 9 9 20 11 8 . 13 to 12 Iu 7 Eltham .. Tuesday .. 11 10 10 21 12 9 14 11 8 13 10 8 Healeaville . Tbhursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18 It 13 10 8 5 3,31 Lilydale . Friday -.9 30 6,13"o 6 lB 3,17f 1.8t. 15 51t.12 3t.10o 7, 144, 1. 1S 2.9, 166.13 4.11 20o, 2, 20, 27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 281 '25+ 23, 30 20't, 27 18t 31t Ferntree GulOly... Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 ^5 23 Warbarton . aturday ... 10 21 21I 18 16 13 II 8 5 3,31 28 19 Police Magistrate's rlnuts, t Licetslng anid WVnrden's Courts. D, IWItIIIMAN, Clerk of Courts.
MELBOURNE HORSE. MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
MELBOURNE IIORSE. LARKEET. Campbell and. Sune, Kirk'i Bazaar, report *--Business for the week. has booen good and the demandl for all clases - o useful horses allows, an improvement. Extra heonvy draughts, medium draughts and plough, horses have met with good competition. and buyers remain snoupplieds Indinn gunners, remountn and all clases. of. artillery horses are selling well. Well trained carralgo anid buggy horses are in rrquest, snverol pairs have changed hands including one pair to Iis Hliglh neas the Sultnn of Johoro for 200, glineas, Stout phaeton pairs snd'silngle phaeton ponies are waeltedk Quiet huggy horses with anotion are in demand but few coming forward, Oumnibus horses are selling well. Otlinary sad dbl and harness aorta at about least weok's rates, Our ordinary sales coma. priso i-Extra heavy draughts, subalJet to trials, £B35 to £48; medium driauglitt., £23 to £27 I Indian remonltts, £2. to 31 gulnners, to £485 ; bhaugy iales, 00 guineas to 100 ulinoes; phaeton po...
DICKSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
DICKSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORIESPONDENT.), The Dickson's Creek sports corn. mtittee held a settling.up, nmeting at MJr. Ellis' on Saturday. last. The .receipts from all sources w.re shown to be £16 9e 9(, and thelexpensee£13 'si, leaving a halance- in, hand ob£3 4s 9d. It was decided' that this money be held over for next sports. Mr. 11. Beach. (chairman, iii place of Mr. E. Gordon, who is very ill)lpro posed. a heart.y vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs N. Ellis for their kindness in giving the use of the paddock and barn for the occasion. Mr.. Ellis, en:behalf of MIs Ellis and self, returned thanks for the hearty vote that had, been tendowed thes. and said' they were only too pleased to. assist in any puhlic entertaitmant. TI forgot to nmention in my last report that Mr A. Jones, of." Golden G.lon,' Kantgaroo Ground, was on the sports groandetaking " snap, shots." He bassent tun a sample and. they are a credit to him,. more especially the picture of J. M'Mshon, of Kingle?., choppi...
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
LAW RELATING TO NEWS. PAPEItS, I. Suhaerihers who o not glre expresa tionle to the oInlrory, are notilldered as wlhinl to C(onttoina thoir. sallbeCr Itipon. 2, it euhoerihirna order hoe Imioltinl anou of thelir pUrliudlali, tihe IIilhir I|maiy ontlltlluo to selld tio tut111II orrairs are pImd. 1i'itd 3. If allhurthler reflluau nr teliclt to Inko perlnlltii fromtll Illo oile tio wllirh thir nro tdlreitet, Ihey aro IPl, reHllloibleu Ioill the ta hvoe scitlliid Ithlir hilla, 11?1d ordaroid lit* Ieriodlalin to he dlanoltitleell, 4. If uiaheiritirn more ao othor unlae wlihuot laformhol It ihltlhure, ,nil tlhe alper. ru si?olt to theilr tlrlnor dlrcullon, Ihe suhs!rlbero are relpoitbl.u, 5. T'llh clurt havn decliloall thatl "roftur. Ila to taku tlriolhtlllil trom thie o iuo or rit1orlltiu or I?cnlaig tIhm tollo t dtlo for in p1rn( s flih itvlltti+lne of Iiloatlo1nl,t rqttI.'," P, If Ilhlule, orr b1r' Ipry Illttldlln te fqtri parala s tIhy allllotia f, IIh h uid llto trholltcr rhlt th l'3 ...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications beating upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's rent name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
CORRESPONDENC E. Without endoreaii tIe opinions of our eorreopondeuta, we lhall be glad to Insert cnnomunieatious bearing upon toples of public inlerest, which may be Intelllgently etxpresedl aud free from personalltles, on condition of reoueving the writer's reai mnile, not onecenarlly for publication, but as a glllrantee of gOuur faith. TO f n Ol niT Ob TII IOVIELYN ON?IIIV?I. Dear blr,-- have beeu openly acOused of preventing Christlune Illlls playlug Kangl? ron Groulnd for a dinner to be served at Kangarno Ground, Now, all I want to be tuderetood in that I deny it in overy detaill, I was aceuied of wanting a guarultee of the Cillsrblii 11111.pitpi erte' monIey, What I wluli es' ?ieaigelt rsnte? o of a nulltior to calir for, wh?iii( i Iiamply abuhsitese niatter, I woiild aii? le m'y nbtiser, or others who are oilf theo in opinloion, to read upl plinhi Wv, PAIhlflit, Woods' Great i slrll verlillt ,nre, for Oough mud WOide never till, 11 0d,
DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
DIAMOND CREEK. (FRO 001o OWN CORRESPOINDENT) A meeting of the Diamond Creekr Recreation fleserve Committee was held on the 2nd July, when the annual meeting of sutbscribera was fixed far Saturday, 25th July, at the Institute. A Balanee Sheet was presented show. ing a debit of £42 9 10Od for the year.. The Bachelbrhiheld'their annual ball. last month and:the Spinsters are hold. ing their ball on VWednesday,' 29th July. A large number of invitations have been sent out and a pleasant evening is anticipated. At the beginning of .Itne the schnoo girls of Diamond Oeek held a Cin derella in aid of the funds of Miss Sutherland's home. It was very esecessful and £3 is was sent to Miss. Sutherland, Death has been Iusy in our midst, After a long period of ill-health Mis Reeves, wife of Mr 8 Reaves, store. keeper, died somewhat suddenly. Mtas Alex. Stewart, whose husband diied a few years ago, died on Saturday, 11th inst. Both were interred in the local cemetery. A large amotnt of sickness Ihas...
A SENSATIONAL BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
A SENSATIONAL BUGLT. A medical man, said to hail from the city- of pork , and elevators;. it Amerieti; mi?t with a rather'eeseantinal incident between Diamond. Creek and Queenstown.. He had sropped. on the way tor-est the horse and have a meal a In picnic. The gentleni?n, removed the winkers from the animnl's head in order to fix the nose-bag, when the ulilmal took flight and holted of" A lady who accompanied the m edico ju mped out and fortunately escaped, with a shock. The herse centinued his mad career towards MXlbourne- and wannot stoppped till lh reaclihedDiamuiu Creek--about 10:miles. Here he was stopped by a fish hawker assisted by the local bonifice and the guardian of the place. The horse during. his kick ing had driven nails deep. into his foot but otherwise very little damage had been done. The fisheran,,n was ialtd somely-rewardud for his'efTrrt?.
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13TH JULY, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
WHITTLESEA. SHIRE :CiOUNCIL.' 7SIONDAY, 13T .JULY,.. 1903, Following we give balice'of eport of the proceedings ofi the last meeting of aborve ouncil, held'- ever frotri last issue :-- ':'-'. ' I cPORTS. * From Dr. Piepors, Eealth Obficer, reporting that the health of the district during the past month had: beep satis factory. The heavy rains had proved sonic defects in the drainage. of the low parts of Bridge Inn lane near the railway. The rain water stagnates near Mlr. Gillian's house, within the railway gates, and soake under the house as it had no free drainage. - From same, annual report, stating that the year 1902 had been generally favorable so far as the health of the inhabitants of the district was con cerned. Nso epidemic of infectious disease had occurred and only scattered cases of monales, German measles, and mumps made their appearanee. At the end of the year influenza of a mild character was prevalent. The State schools of the district. were in good condjtion - with ....
YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
YARRA GLEN. A progressive euchre party arranged by Mrs. .Chapman and the Misses Farrell and Jobson, B.A., was held in the Vietoria Hall, Yarra Glen, on Friday, the 17th inst., in aid of the Teanias Club, and proved a, very great success?. The hall, beautifully decorated for the -oecasion with flowers, ferns, fairy: lights; etc., was tilled by the resi dents: of' the surronading districts, as well. as ýisitors fromt .Melhourne, all eager tor gain the. handsome prizes preaented by the club. Two hours were pleasantly spenit at play, and at the close of the gaie, Miss M. Farrell was the victor nf thh Queen prize. An excitiug.fiai ?,took kappýaforfthe .ing. .prize.:.,- ?y.. ) G..l etgher, of Steel's Creek, an. I.Mr. Bert,.Lithgew were equal, sad 'in thle play-off both were " all but" whenoa Mr. Fletcher gained his point and won. In the "consola tion,'" Miss F. Herbert and Mr. F. Towt were the recipients. The Presi dent' of the club (Dr. Chapman) then presented' the , prizes to the succes...
A NICE ROOT OF POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
A ,NIOE ROOT. OF POTATOES. - 0-*-- An extraordinary 'yield from one root ot potatoes was recently obtained by Mr. F. Ellis. who resides on the banks of -the Yarra, near Anderson's Creek. Mr. Ellis had noticed a self sown potato growin, in his vegetable garden, and as the tip seemed to be growing very strongly, he left it till, fit to dig ouc. When' going to dig it he took u keroseneetin hucket with him,i but,when he had dug out all the tubers he fouud he had enough to fill two kerosene tins. The lot weighed 39} lbs. The largest of the potatoes weighed 32 Its, and a good many others weoihed about 1 lb. each.
THE ORCHARD. (In the July number of "The Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Victoria.") PREPARING THE HAND FOR PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
THIE ORCHARD., BY JAES LANG. (In.the July number of " The Journal of the Department:of-Agriculture' of- Victoria,'y)? . PiIEPARING THEtAteD 4tGhtlPL5hNTING. In preparing the land &fl' plainting frIit trees itis irquisil~ that thliwhole of the ground 'shbould e deeiplilo6ugh-. ed to a uniformn depth, of front six to night inches, w~hibh will be? lnfficient where the grould- is of a 'sandy or friable nature, but in heavier sails subsoiling will hbe 'necessary. This latter operation is bost done by remov. ing the mould-board of one plough and following with it ini the furrow behind the ordinary plough. In this way the subsoil isstirred aupto a depth 'of about a foot, and the ground is :left in. good. condition for planting. On on account should boles two feet or moreini ;depth .be dug in'whlich to plant the treas, as these holes merely act as a receptacle for water to the great injury:of the trees. In breaking up viigin land that has just been cleared; itis advisable to crop it...
Sever Bruises Banished. ZAM-BUK AGAIN PROVED EFFECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
Severe Bruises Banished. ZI .UnoI ACAIN PIIOVIE LFb'I1CCrIVD, ' I lnvo muolh pleasure In tostifyyitg to tlip imO Oy at your valuabl. 0 lnt. monl, Zoalluk,'" onyl ?mtr E. Ktntigt, f KWing St., L0. MoinlIttII, "1 anit n Blakacikith by triule, nod wihile than npol~jIyod briliod threo of moy flogers very RIYrIoly. A freltd Io0ollnl11lI1llnl1I ZdmI,.lolo OitInlonI, Ititiol I npplied, moon riihll, III I wee e bleldhllill to return toi my inik." %At h1111 k OhlO/lnrl %%,111 lot rounl i IeInI' ll Oilnf Cr (Ji11)III illd (Jruckall Il niil,, (hll boituia, g0011m10, ;uil'o, rihiglierlIn UOIS, huititt, boull, bunue, 'H )llnllll, ll ' ull.l'n, l1 , II)(I II tlnok neurnignlll, rite. A h'Itl;IC HADI1I'LIC will I ,i 11ti iii ti Ipt (if iN ieuiiy 1:1111111 fit pnll~tI(1( Aiddtisi I 'lim
LILYDALE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
LILYDALE WATI6R TRUST. A special meeting of tie .Lilydale Water Trust was hold in the shire otfice on Wtdnesdalay evelin',g, Bh ihst. Present :-The Chairman, and Couns. Kiilpatriuk, :Johnston, and Beresford. An apology for his nonlattendance was received froli Coin. Janlls?i. The Chlairman said that the mesting hbtad bas called 'to 'onsider 'a liler.i from the Water Supply 'Deprtmehtit, stating that- it would :adhere to its. former decision to have the service basip fixed at. 550 ft. R.L.; lso the following report upon the subject, made to the Chief Engineer by Mr J.. S: Dethridge, .vis :-Iii- accordance with directlins, I have visited Lilydale, seen hli aM'Coembr the Trust '.Engineer, obtained data renspecting levels and distribution of tenements in the retieu. lotion area. and requested that infor. mation he ohtailned by survey to test thie practicability and show the probable cost of raising the race, aild: blsin suffioiently to give thle.latten an elevation of 550 ft R.L. I have...