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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
FISLIERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1890, and Proclimationa thereunend, ameodinog to d tLe, are pebllshed for eaocral hl(ormaltiiUrl 1 p ' . .... not or fixed er liie in any river, creek, or' ciream, or within suhr distance froin the mo0uth: tIuriof as smay be proclaimed by the Governor inl Council, shall be liable to a pcunlty of not less than £2 nor more than .E£0. eetrion I6.-All nets containing fish ahall he emptied in the water. Any person draw. ing on to dry land any not containing fleh shall hI liable to a penally of not less tLhan £2 nor morn than £20, tSection 2l,.-Any person knowinaly, tk. ing or assising or attenipting to takeany. fith not tldigenonns in Victoria,, or 'upr of such apccies, within th reo years after'their in trodl tion, i anny furihe tline proclaimed; or haiong inadvertently taken such fish and shall not forlhwilth return the same to'the water in which they. were captured, shall be liable to a penalty of £20.. Sectio...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
OLOSE S'EA8 ONS FOR GAME. CAUAt'ION. The sonhjlined Table, showing the 'Cloco eatclens for tiGame, is published for general inftrmatioi. All previous 'ehabl? are hereby cancelled. 11111 WVlOlf. YICAAR. All Anttralianu IFama, with the exception of slakes, l Naltional Pork near W\ilson's I'romontory,all hIirls, except'esplrrswl and uitonlts, not Indigenlous to Australia, and their prodoro (hioltding egos), antelope, bee eaters, hustard or wild turkey, CUitfor .. tialn quail, deer, eonus, ephthianural, fane taills, fly.calehers, great kingfisher or laugh. ing lt jkase, grouse, Ibis, large grey kangalons (mlacrnpuo gincuteus), groat red kantarooes (umacropns rufus), lyre-birds, mataples, m?aople lark, native bears, owls, purtridges, pheasants, piatyputs, podarguie or mopokce, ,rohn stal, southerni stone plover or eurlew, iwallows, warblers, white Swtllt, wtenu. lith day of Juno Lothe l0th day of Decom. bar In each year. Black swin, wild geese of all kinds, lot day of Allgtlet In each ye...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
J, T, MACKEY, JUt RI Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICOHOND.. 18 yeanrsmanufactrning for Hoilei an? alnkey. SLilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H, W. Pither (Late ef Mlesbourae Mar ets) iThe only legitimate Prduce Merehaits in the District. L ARGE supples ialways on hand: of the / " JLJ follorwng :-- . ". Bone Dust - Superphosphate(Cnmrning,Smlth &a .). O'ats feed whole and crnsbed' ,, Tartarian, Algerian, ;.:. Iluanish, eitout Victorian ' t S hedeYorkkitr. Hero Peas. andStrata: ? s4::'ntf Hay, Bran; Pollard, Straw Barley Rice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt Seed Maizn, Garden Seeds. Everything in the LINE ONLY kept in stock. AGENT for he celebrated "Salvitis. A call will conneicc everybody. S. .H.: W. PITHER, ..zILYDAAI.. E' Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Itoyal'Letters Pnotent) AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOItHIT DIWVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements, ao. Best workmanship...
LIST OF PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
LIST1 OF PREBENTS. BridBgroom to bride-Penrldbgger.. Bride to bridegroomu-Gold sleeve.lihks (Ititialled). Bridegroomato bridesmaids-Gold.brooches with. pearl doves and ivy leaves Rev. Law--Holy bibla. Rev. Perkins-Pair rases. Father of bride-Cheqpe and'hearth rug Mother of bride-IHousehold linen Grandmother of bride (Mr. Stewart)--. Eiderdown quilt Mr Stewart-Draught table Grandmother of bride (Mis Uhderwood)t andsome sueager and butter dish, Miss O. t'Donald (sister of bride)-Pair 'vssa. Miss J. M'Donald. (sister ofhbride)-Cat glass silver cruet bliss A. M*Donald (sister of bride)--Drawn thread tray cloths, pillow siams and satchel Miss Ruby. M'Donald and J. M'Donald (sister sod brother of bride)-Ink.stand Harold and. Donald, M'Donald (brothers of brida)-Pair salts and toasting fork 'Mr A. b'Donald (uncle of bride)--Hand.. .soma salad bswl Mr Alex. bMDonald. (uncle- of bride), Silver butter dish Miss A. h'Donald-Water Jug and glasles Mr B. ht'Donald (uncle of brido)-Water jug and g...
The Preferential Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
The Preferential Tariff. Whether The ,Prefsrentiql Tariff suggested by Mr. Chamiberlain would prove a bbon Or otherwise to the British Empire is a eubiject which is, at the piesent time, exoititg much con troversy. The question:is hardly likely to bho determined satisfactorily until such a Tariff is in operation, and its merits or demerits have'been proved. It was thus Bile Beanno:were proved. The public first gave' them a tril; found they possessed merits unknown to other preparations; -their cures prompt and lasting ; their action on the liver, stomach and bowels mild, without that purging or weakening action so common to umany of the out-of-dato remedies of forty or fifty years ago. Altogether, the Public fouind that tn Bile .Beaus they had a safe, reliable medicine, which mighit he administered to old or young with perfect safety. Thus their reputation grew, until, at the present day, they have established for thenselves a no versal preferencg.:
ON FATUOUS FACETIOUSNESS. (Dedicated to the "Warrandyte Maniac.") [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
ON FATUOUS FACETIOUSNEBS, (Dedicated to the " \arrandyto Maniac.") In " 8em Waybank'e" lonely vale, Where foesickiug is done, And by the hard.spent " hour" a day The daily broad is won. A town that revels in the tale Of gold of bye.gone day, And dare a stranger venture thore lie's pestered with that lay. A poet dwells le that lone vale, ioth rubicund and round, A solar-vinged wit is he, For doggerel far renow,ned. Nothing happens in that town Ilut fiidll its way to verso, Be it only tale of shapely Ilimb, Ioe it oly somethlung worse. No booner takes on extra beer, No maiden blushes ril., No peron eatls an extra metl, No loafer stays i le bd, But next week's journal hal it all, Set up in comlely rhyoto, Sant Il by greasy hill whoi has Nought else to fill his time. l1,nlptdlous Billy, full of wlidom, Wit, and wag, antd flll of rhyme, Fat oull doggerel rolled together, Vourteuol toner every tiloe. We, the pcrIole rollod athdult you, Never fall your eherons to see Wlhen we Ilve-boe?rudg...
A RO MANC EOFKINGSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
A RO ANC E FKINGSHIP. There have been eomlimenuts sod comlli mools, b it of 1il the romp'imentll that history has ever seen, that ipid to JI an Bnpii.t Jules lernlldotto by the Swedes standd as l1 stu pendous hed of all thie l'. 'The maon had been a chief instrument of the ir arcil-enelny Napo, leon, and had Ilonel much to bling their ounllltry to ruin ; he was a peraon o tn. il th, a io, re soldier of furtune; but his ctivslry ard his shrewdness appealed to tLen he ye lnt sitfusl, and they singled him out t.f l.ll urope, rol unanimolusly stouted that hbe would come to be their Iing. It was a time then when thrones were cresk ing, and morn then one dynasty hail llt, red away. ito mist. Europe was miku g hunbalb treatles wfith Napoleon, or else alreadny ,lUlttid in abject srrvility at his flet. Gu.tavus IV of Sweden lone of all the potenttest (entotssinu tile English king) refiused to have eithi r truck ,or dealing with the F'renchiman.ll, e was 'simple. upuight, honourable, etubborn...
JAPANESE WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
JAPANESE WEDDINGS, On the wedding day the Japanesu4girl covers her fuce with a thick iceo paint, rouges her lips and dresses in a garment of whlits-the mourn nrt colour-ins order to signify her dlath to hier father's family. All her belongiugs are sent to her mother-in-law, and after her departure the house undergoes a thorough eleaulag, another indication'that she is no longer of the house. hold. Formerly the father's parting gift was a shbort sword, with instructions to the child wife to use it on hors Ilf should she fail to please her bus baud. The marriage is held in the house of the man's pasents, and at sunst the girl is eseorted by the " unkedo" and changes her white kimono fora coloured one provided by her lover. The marriage ceremony is most simple. It partaken of the nature of an agreement and ran be teraiuated by joint conenti . The bride groom is seen khnetling alone at one side of the room, where he is jolue. by the bri fe They kneel facing each other, and the bridegroo...
Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXXVI. A WIFE'S SUSPICIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
Between " Two Loves CHAPTER XXXVI. A WIFE'S SBPICIOiONS. It was' a long, lingering illness. MoBn .-'than once the,.doctor+ gave up all hoi?o of a-isy, believing it was quite im* I p?Ksiblc. for her to recover. Blut she :.rarllied after all: a faint. lovely color crept back into her hesMtiful-face; lher lips took a faint tinge of red; her eyes Slosttheir dim, drca.iy look-sh? ? was to rec'ver. Sir Clinton waits Iiifelgnedlly thankfoul for it. If she hail died, "le wptlld,ho -ve thought himlal tf er lturderer;i . o ?u was, he was grateful to H.Ireven for it" mercy. Her recovery was' long and tedious: he could not cove her even for one day. If he spent mtny lihour?'i awna front her, on his return he was sitr' toa find her worse, her face grown.paler, and her trembling lips wouldi say: ' '"Where' lvep you. bn, Carc He would tell her.iow;he hod spent. his time, and she wonild reply.?~ : "I am always so afraid of lotn.I yruot again; but "you will not go, gwill yon?"' He assured her no, he...
ELECTRIC LIGHT CARBONS. HOW THEY ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
ELECTRIC LIGHT CARBONS. -*1·---* HOW THEY ARE MADE. One of the new industries that ha\e followed in the train of the electric light is that of carbon umak ing. T'ie first electric lamps used cailrtll pOillts sawed out of dense, almost letallic looking carbon depos it that slowly formed on the inside of the clay retorts used in making coal gas. This material was scarce and soon became expensive, and be ing both exceedingly hard and more brittle than glass, it was difficult to work. It was therefore found neces sary to manufacture the carbon points, and making . these has now become a considerable Illdllstry. They are made of a mixture of petroleum, coke and tar, which is - baked for a long time at a high. temlperature. The coke is ground as line as possible in specially designied the tar 'in mixing, machines. A"cake of the resulting carbon dough is placed in a strong steel cylinder, having a hole of the proper diameter at the bottom. A massive steel plunger, worked by hydrauitic powe...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
Publishled Every Friday fMorning. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1903. Mess will be celebrated at St. Joseph's, Yen Yean, on Sunday mext, 2nd inst, at 11 a.m. The ordinary mlonthly meetiig of the Eltharu Shire Osancil will be held. on Monday afternoon next. A concert and ball, in aid: efthe funds of the local football club,will be held at Kangaroo Ground on. the 11th September. For Children's IHacklnf Cough. at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. The Whittlesoa Shire Revision Court was held on Monday Inst. Present:-Cr Draper (Chairman), and Ore Bassett, Corafoot, Murphy, Thomas, Reid, and Willis. There were no claimd or oljoecions to anly of the lists, whiah were passed, signed, and ordered to he printed. The Lord Bishnp o* Melbourne will I"Y his first otlicial visit to Qiuenstown on Thursday, August 6th, when his Lordship will hold a Confirmation Survice at 3 p.m. Owing to limited eitling aocondatnnion udmission will be by ticket. We uodei stand thit the whole of the sitting spfcln hlis ...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. --E- I soot has beein pilld onl thie cirliut. covrILi it i wit ali. ildi Overy trulce ii! ill havIe il?ll?ic'iierd in alout tenll linlli~tes' time. Wiiheii tue bi ii have iecoliiie soft aniil Nhriinkeii ht.s lug ni oiiit iuu lihnt wltullerl, rlih ll lheli with colll tin la sit, it will itell o mii kie tieiiiu siilnovthi i v illli, ''o IeolVloe nuiul staiLils frmlli hnei ir cottlolln l goods, wtL tho chilh \ith water, ili lIIold la IIIghted uiuIutci II11 tiel the staiii, 'heo sutlhillritiils gus from tie uunatcii retoiites tiu staiih. -+f If youl suIllITer frontll colil feet, straw soles, which lluro chepili luid elssy tlo ll?oculle, soltulld lib llluceul IcIsid ' hli! lli)Oit or1' lnCeH, 'I'he?y tire ln thiu itl i flat IihatL they dio InIt llaki'e thel HNhoes tighter, illli keelp Ihu fut w il'lli ll nd ilclll)iy. -*1-- A uu11il tt u illi hun ii'i litl l?'Pii tititlluuih' Is III ihrli 'i o(if II Iln 'irvullls bred~rinwn~·,. .\ .))1 umonal who lj )nds her il'll iulii ...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
A NIEWSPAPIR APPICAL POlNM. The following wo-l the .2o0 prJid re. cently offered by a syndicate of A merican editors for the beat appeal poem to news. paellr subserirlers to pay up their erretrs, The lucky and ta.lented anther in the editor of the Rocky Mountain Colt , LIves of great Imen Oft. remind no, Ilonedt IHn Won'(t aland t lll tol o The Ilmore we work there grows behind eus, Bigger patches on our ants,' . On our pouts once new andI loUsy, Now are stripes of dillerent hbo I And bh ecameo subscrierl r lingelr, And won't pay os what is due. Then let us be tip and duoing, Heind your telte however nmail, Or when the .tiow of winter strikes oa, WVe shall hsvI no punts at alt
CHARACTER IN TYPE-WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
CHARACTER IN TYPE-WRITING. It will come as a ssurprise to many people to know that there is a great deal of character in type-writing. Were half aL dozen typists to use the same machine, paper, and aictill words, each printing off ia dozenl sheets, and were all to he mixed .up indiscriminately, at practisedl . yue can now distinguish eacha typisaL's work distinctly. In t a recent law case; whei".ii lengthy type-written docilnienti:- of many sheets was in qiLestlon It' '?i alleged that one of the iages In clodedI had been substitLted'for an?; other sheet. Although to a casual eyeo all?lio sheets Ipl'ared to Ib the work of one hand, experts showed that. ih spacing was yluitll different especially letweenll the Iend' f one sentence iiil the beginninlg of another ; and on the sulnatitu(tedl sheet the nIew pIrn graphlls begaln hi quite aL dlilferent, posit Ion Oil the lines, and the letters were shiaky insteadl of rpright andl ira.yal And ,hq llonctuatioh , the.. .ce 'cil test, wai wlhol...
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
HttiQKNta TouliTairU IN At.t. ItOITh OP WKATUKirll "-.Th1u LikuithpII~ beto.Eb 1111111 notd monu wtitiai outblcu ttItm to ,ttck to. gtthLtir inall taorta of wivenit tir too fErlonteiitp wortlh ltiivng, nu tiets of Ioloeol'tLy 0oll0 of II llu to con ily tttiptoillitil i fitwilt of thite Wltt fronm ottoif t1u ti otier molt, ti tot I ti siotin ontitot gnto tot r i andi ottn ItinW wilm Ili(! 1IIlIII(UI) (len t And when·l Ii 1 l1n 1 ulnll I otil i1at i fit i t o Il i lliii I ' I'miI* andl lmimoi tit ýt. li,1, Otbmt 1 oil timki u t 1itmtiit rihltitimiht Isi-ii mlitt ii.' mil oilchimes, iilm titllhIt, hm Wto 111111 ti' ii mmu1 li'laut t O IIm thi kunwio ttI us Itiot ty wittr inuet no to Iutootl.
A FABLE. (THE VOWEL "A" IN EACH WORD.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
Medical Notice. DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, LR.C.P., Tond., M.t..S., Eng., L.S.A., Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Ground (If instructed a't Ne .delberg before 11 a.m.) Every Friday AT Greesaborough, 1.30 to 2 p.m. niiamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. OR, J. T. CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN ISITS KANGAROO GROUND Every Tuesday, I to I p.m. QUEENSTOWN Alternate Thursdays, I to a p.m. T. R. B.- MORTON & COGHILL (T R. B. Morton, F.I.A.V., Sworn Valuator, and Thae. J. Jenoines, Auctioneers), I1STATE & e4TOCK AGENTS, 80 SWANSTON-STIEET, MRLnDOUNR, BO] HILL, OANTERBUIIY, LILYDALE, ETO. AUCTION SALES Of Cattle, IHorses, Pigs, Poultry, &c., held at BOX IIILL MARKET-Every Wed. nesday. ELTIIAIt -Fourth Thursday In each month. RINGWOOD-June 30, July 14 & 28. LILYDALE--July 6 and 20. NEALESVILLE-Third Thursday in each mouth. LAUNCHING PLACE-First Saturday. Auctions of Freehold Property, Furnituro, Stock, etc., conducte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
Improved Patent o MILK CANS, "r TR I ER AND BUCKET Obtainable only at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, 247-9 Brunswick-street FITZROY. The Iniprovement on our KANGAROO tBRANID IAILW\VAY MILK CAN consi*ts of an ea;ir4-otroiYg Mhlid.SteelOnlvuitised .Band, completely encircling tihe Call btween the body and shoulder' it extends four inches up the Body of the Can, anod is then tutnedover the edgeof the shoulder with a }in steel Ilingl, worked in at the edge which conplelely protects the exposed portion of Cnu hetweed the body and shoulder fl n beinle daiumagtl, we therebly mnbke what is the weak spot inl all oth'er makers' Calls, the strongest and alniinatunbreHtakible paIrtin the Kaongaroo Brand. "' he Neck of our Cana' i protected by or', SpeocalSttel Rling which ensures, both strength 'iud a c'dliptllere' rcle, thereby. dollg away with 'ilte trouble and wasto of lenkir.g shoulders; and having the advantatge of the covers fltting atny Can. ur Clans are guar. anteloed tuo be moe of the best m...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
. COURTS,; ..1903 Courts will he held during the Year 1903, at the undsermentolied places, on the days, at the hours, aud on the dates hereinafter respeltiely set out, tiz.: Name of Court Day Feb "Marcbh April May Juoo July August Sept Oct NorI Dec S.. 5;2St SM &lt;.. leidelhorg Monday ...10 2 223-t 2 .t 6,27 4, 2*t ,22 6,27.1 t 24,f 14,s28 5;26t 2, 23s Aiderson sCreek Monday l ". 9I 20 . 11 8 13 10 7.. 15 16 7 thsam` .. rueoday ... 10 10 21 12 9 14 11 8 13 10 8 Healesille .Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18 16 13 10 8 5 3,351 Lilydale Friday ...930 6.13*t 6,13t a 3,17.t 1.8*t.la °,12 3*;10 7, 14 4, 11:i18 2. 8, 16 6,13 4,11 2 7 27 20, 27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, |4 21, 2801. 25*+ 23, 30 20t, 27 18f Ferutree Gully... Wedneday 9 25 25. 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warborton ... batuday 10... to 21 21 13 16 13 11 8 5 3,31 -28 19. P'olice MuagIstrate's Ylsas.. } LtccaalP and Warden's Courts. 1. IERUIMAN,; "Clerk of Courts.