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TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 27TH JULY, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 27TII JULY, 1903. .Present : Ors Spe-rs (President), Hodgson, Lang, Hun?ter and Stiggants. te ' CnORiESPONDENCE. From Public Health Department, asking the council to exercise proper care in seeing that wholesome milk is .yupplied from the district, The requeste was made in view of the analyst's report that he receives no .samples from the shire for analysis.-Reeeived. From Mrs E. Sitcth, drawing atten. tioo to the state of the drain from the front of her house to the corner of Gilbert Smith's gate. She had spoken to the Engineer ashout the matter some nmonths ago, lbit nothing had been done. The soaka-e from the drain wan spoil. ing portion of her land, whici she wished to cultivate:-Air O'Brien said the drain silted up, and cattle trampled stuff into it.-Or Hodgeon : If you .clean it out the cattle will make it as shad as ever in a very short time,-Cr Speers: )t is in a to~nrible state .at prsoL~ ?at n, e".: ? ime.thelah teryard to the corner) is pretty...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

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Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OLDEST THRONE IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

'THE OLDEST THRONE IN EUROPE. What Is. prolbably the oldest throne in -Europe has Just been- discovered and laid bare. This rreliaik Iable arid surprising find , was itccomnilished by the archaeologist fand explorer .Prof. ,Evans,i at, ;;Knossos, Cr ete. .Th miiain f'eaiure ' of' his:last season's work i-rasn. the unico'vering of the :origirral gyplsuini tliron01 used by King l inos liinhis great palace, now being excaivted T'he ?iost in terest= lg orf all tihe cifrarbers exposed was tIe spaciors, throne-room. The col ours: wero i"alnost as br':illiant is, wuhenr laiddiown, m:nore /than 4,000' years. ago. Rounid the ialls:iof ,ithe thronre-roori : cre laid, low stone benches ;and between these," iepirat; ed by a sinall inlter l ai spnd ratldiro , a- stone 'ase; rtood -the'i groatl gyp-, s'im' throne, ?ith a high' back:. and colourred with decorative designsI " '- its loweir lart l laSi addlohed with a; curioiusly carved arich, 'ith crotchet ed rnouldings, slhowing ani extra?or dinar...

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A Poisoned Wound. PROMPTLY HEALED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

A. Poisoned WoUnd. PROMPTLY HEALED BY ZAM.BUK. " I et mny hand with a rusty knife," saya MAr B. F. Clarke, of High St.,~hV. MNitland, " with the result that the wound was poisneld, and I expected to .have e.I euo 4rable dificulty in getting it to heal. Hearing of the effcacy of Zam.Bik, I decided to give t It trial. The first applications reduced tho liflaumation, and after four appli cations the wound was completely healed, thus Inablitig mt to return to mny work much sooner thai I anetici. ptatd." Zanm-Iuk Oiantment will be found a crlaili ourn for COuiaped and Cracked Ianlldt, ChiJllains, Ecz'-Ia, Piles, Ringwoor., Cuts, lhurns, loils, B]ruises, Hounning Sores, Pimpltle, Illcckhnods, Blrcoo, Illthouniatiam, Ittlnilago, Neuralgin, Sciatica, etc. A FREE SAM ?I'E will Ihe sent you an a?ceipt of a ?ny Stamli for postage. Addre?s : The Zanmionk Coy,, 39 Pitt St., Sydney. Bolomaon Islace : Vel, doctor, if I've got to die, I die gontendat, My lift vsi itnureirtl for tree tatland tpunds....

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

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Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ANCIENT RELICS OF HOLY WRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

ANCIENT RELICS OF HOLY WRIT. Sotnin vIy intlorerul ing u111-111 vaull , l II 1 flhu ll llcll-lR Ik-Klll r thu a iic'itt tIadlitlon, w 'hich 411111 that. lllupnltlutL locullluet'll1 coIn lug to the early Chslt lian111 Werlr sItoIIl I.herau rerlnlhll h)llllual Ncholnlln 'lu IllIcIh tlh l e 11111 retAll It lesIut i RItLcL' J 111113 Vuln~tll~lL IlAllHRpt here~II 4hor1hlll sea11 rch1 wa11 r11 lllly ilntId1 a111 waIlIy vlleiltalo IllII 111 lsurpll Nun' foundlgl, 'PIhoIll wIlIon' Gltnll ItIIo ConII 11111111l 111 , Hlhllh ll Ill exqllnu l ll showed that outing lhwi there stn~,l'e I '1'est weut lit Win tutr nnho lnrw, whi \llch wn spoken in I )I'nlo thui lit 1111K IIt trIlIlIl:Il I II 1401111! IIIn of 11h1 11111 MIIaII)11ll(11l II I IIllIll, 1111 .41'111,111 oIlslf l lt l II , Paull ti 11l1 11W II -1 were fra~II') 1 ) o lilt - 1 '1 Llilpollc IIIIILIII Iat1 ~n'lrY) In lit, Pd L rill I)YIUp 1II the Pentateuch, written in Greek, and dated back to the 11th. centLuy. Baron Marscall, the German Am...

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THE DEAF HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

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Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

LAW RELATING TO IEWS.r PAPI?EIS, 1. Buhbsrthere who do tot glee expreoo notice to the eontrary, are eunoldered as wlhline to cotlinuo their lutbserlptlol, 2. It'f banerlbeers order the di noltlnu. atnce of their purlodlcal., the Ilubllth.tr Itay oontinue to send them until arrears are pjid, 3. II eubsoritere refuse or nevloet to tale perodllunle front tile omTeu to whclh ttby ore directed, t.hey aurt hltt ri slonnable nItll they have settled their bills, and ordered thle peridclle tohe dltwontintued. 4. If sluherlbers more to other pltces withosut Informing ll p bit)bere, In Ithe papers are sent to their former direction, the inherthera a?re reoponelbleo, 8. 'the tllrel have duocldo that "retue. lnr to tku Ilerulodithllll from the omce or removinl or lonving them tanellelld for Is irhiun fat!i evidenoe of Intentlllontl freld," O. If ullberlibure par In advncllle for perloldiol, they are btutt I to give ottlte to the Ipublhr, tl tile etold of the ttime, that tlhe. do not wlht to olto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

Medical Notice. "DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.O.P., iond., M.I.C.S., Eng., L.S.A., Lne SOf Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May he honsulted ' Every Wednesday,. AT Rltham, 1,30 to 2 p.m. Kaugaroo Ground (if instructed at Hel. delberg before 11 a,m.) Every- Friday : reenaborough, 1.30 to 2 p.m... )lamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. J. T, CHAPMAN" YARRA GLEN TV'"" KANGAROO GROUND Every Tuesday, 1 to a p.m. QUEENSTOWN-- 'I = Alternate Thursdays. I to a p,m.. T. R. 8. MORTON & COBHILL (T. R. B. Morton, F.I.A.V., Sworl Valuator, and Thos. J. Jennins, Auctioneers), ESTATE & STOCK AGENTS. 80 SWAiSTO/-STRE'T, MrBLnoUnV?R, Box HILTL, OCATERBURY, LILYDALs, ETC.' SAUCTION SALES Of Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Poultry, &c., held at BOX" HILL MARKET-Ever! Wed. Snesday. - ELTHAM-Fourth Thursday in each minoth. LILYDALE-August 3,. Pl' and 31. SHEALKSVILLK-Third Thursday in each month. LAUNCHING PLAOB-First Saturday. Aucotions of Freehold Property, Furnitare, Stock, etc., conducted. Particulars ...

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AT A TEMPERANCE LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

AT A TEMPERANCE LECTURE. --4 J lild rly Iorlnn? i ( turing nn Irnim ptrrnile): " Al I Ihiugl willt ii1' huH mllnd for I\?1 ,Io IIII?,ng ' y rl'N, llhi 'IIl Inni Indued him l NIIgII the pIhdti e. I wlh n. Iv?.r uni(ll , with jut' lhnl I thrw I? my I III 1r01111d |nec unit ki|n' t him." Val?n i?ro 1 he oudIence (Norlouuly) " H "'"'I Ihi ri hl I " --*I1- 1(! ol i ior' , w rl) lh oll fin Inv\'I'I I I IIt N?hl llin ? tll ni trn, I I InlIII 'l n olllltl 27 l? Nhlllhul Ilk Iroulrud i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

J,3 T.MACKEY, JU R., Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 years manufacturing for Holle and Mackey. 'Lilydale Cash Produce Store. IS. H. W. Pither (Late of fel6ourne Markets). SThe only legitimate Ptaduce Merchants in the District. T. ARGE spplies always on hand of the .1J following : Bone Duest Roperphosphate(Comming, Smltk& C.) S Oats, feed whole and crashed "ý".+r?.?.. ~- ).Danisb, uitoot Vicoritn Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata . Rest. less than felhourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley Rice Mleal, RyeTares, Rock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. Everything in the LINE ONLY kept io stock. AGENT for he celebrated " Salvitis. A eall will convaince everybody. S. H.:W. PITHER, ci,. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) Tree. EXTRACTORS, rFOREIST DEVILS, Are still to thbo fore. Cannot he beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements, &o. Best workmanlship. Warburton-r...

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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Elxtracts from the Fisherie.s Act 1890, and Proclumatloos theroonend. mtrndidat to date, are published for general inforlnaston, . Section 15.-Any person flshing with a - 6"i .enci'a in any ri ler, creak, or stream. o within mn.:h distince fromn the I mouts thbrenf as may be proclaimed by the Governor in Council, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. Seclion 16.-All nets contaniing fish shall be emptied in the water. Any person draw. ilg on to dry land any net contoaining fish shall le liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor moore than £20. herlion s21.-Any person knowingly tak ing or assisting or attempting to take any. flil not itdigenows to Victoria, or any of nuch species, within three years after their lol rodulcion, or nay further time proclailned, or harine iltladertently taken such fish and 1shall not forthwith return the sanme to the water in which they were captured,shall be liable to a penalty of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

Improved Patent o, .MILK CANS, /¶ SKerr's Patent T £AINER AND BUCK T Obtainable only at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, ..247-9 Brunswick-street. FITZRLOY. The improvement on our KANGAROO B1tAND ItAILW AY MILK CA\N etnaitts of an extra-strong Mild Steel' Gunlatised Band, completely encircliog the Con between the.body and shoulder 1 it extends four inches up the Body of the Can, and is then tutted over the ecge of the shoulder with a jin steel Rlintg, worked in at the edge which romltely protects the exposed portion of Can between thq body and shoultder from being demteged, we thereby make what Is the weak spot In all ot0ier makers' Cans, the strongest and almost unbreakable part in the Knogarou Brand. ThelNeck of our Cans is protected by our Specal! Steel Riing which ensures hbth strength tnd a complete circle, thereby doing away with the trouble and waste of leaking shoulders, and having the advantage of the covers fitting.ann Can. (ur Cans are guar. anteed to be made of the best material...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

COURTS. 1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentioned plates, on the days, at the hours,, and on the dates herei:iatter respectively set out,.viz.: Name of Court Day Feb Mah April May June July August Sept Oct Nov. Dse :Heidelberg Monday ... -10 2, 23"t 2 13t 6 ~7t a4,5t I,22"t 6,279 S,24ft 214,26 5,26t 2, 23t sItt AndersonaCreek Monday '.. 11 9 20 I1 8 10 7 I 16 7 Elthanm .. Tuesdny ... 1 10 S10 1 iS 9 14 11 8 13 10 8o Healesville .. Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 - 21 18 16 13 10 I 8 5 ,I Lilydale Friday ... o . ,13t Ii e," 2 * 13 i1 t St.,12 3t, 7, 14 4 , 18 2. 9, I 6.13 4,1 20, 27 20, 27 24 22, 29, 19; 26 17, 241 28t° 25+i 23t, 300t, 27 8t St1 "tI,?., _ == Ferntro Golly.. Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 . 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton Satnuday ... 'o10 2 1 1 I 3 - 3 11 5 3,31 . 1928 19 " 1oliLo MagsLrate's ,Irits. f Licensing aud Warden's Courts. D. BEIMItIAN, Clerk of Courts.

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. . CAUTION. The sulihnined Table, showing the Close Seasons for Game, is published for general ofuormation. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. T?ms WHOLE YEAR, All Anstrallan a'nna, with the exception of snikes, ti National Perk near Wilson's Promlontory, all birds, except sparrowe and mlenahe, not lnditgeous to Australia, and their produce (Including eggs), antelope, bee eaters, bustard or wild turkey, Callfor. niall quil, deer, elUs, ephthienurns, fan. tails, fly.catchers, great kingfisher or laugh. lag jrackss, grouse, this, large grey kangaroos (uacropus gi?aIntous), great red kaensaroos (Iuacrupus rufus), lyre-birds, lagpile, magpie lark, native bears, owls, partridgecs, pheasault, platy pus, podargus or mopokes, robins, seals, southernl stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 14th day of June to the loth day of Decent. ber in each year. Black swan, wild geese of all kinds, 1st day of August in each year to the iest day of M...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FOOTBALL. KANGAROO GROUND V. HAZELGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

FOOTBALL. KkNOAROO GROUND V. IIAZELGLEN. Teams representing the abbve cluhs met for `the third:liine'hia season on Saturday afternaiin' last on the'Dia' moend Greek Football Ground. In the previous ' matche.-aone 'played at Kangaroo Ground and the o:her at Hazelglen-the Kangaroo Ground team had come off victorious, but on this accasion it was quite evident that tl)d Hazolglen club had strengthened their teaun, while Kangaroo Ground wrre without several of their best players, with the result that the tables were turned and Hazelglens'ecured a rather easy win. The following were the teams:- Ilzalglen :--H. L.ahb (capt.), W. Owens, J. Owens, F. Bassett, E. Bassett,' Hicks, Bate, Jeffrey, (Jarlin, Collins, Fraser, Knowles, Enoson, Heaney, Marrinen, Morris, Murphy, 8 Edmonds. Kangeroo Ground :-aJoo. Kennedy (cept.). A. Caneron, AndrewS, Jeias, Me ar Jas, Kennedy, P. .8pry, ece, ).. Weller,R. ' .White; A. Whiti? C' Whitbe J. Sumner. The groutid was. very wet at one end all around the goal...

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"HIS REVERENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

"HIS' REVERENCE." A solicitor's 'clerk was collecting evidence of clericalr intimidation, of voters in a certanl" constituency in Ireland. Ile had questioned many voters without eliciting, anything of importance, until he came to an old man who had not voted. " And why did you not vote? " asked the clerk. " Well then, sor," was the reply, , it was all His ltiverence's doings," Alt, his reverence," said the clerk, brightening up. " What did he do to prevent you ? " " I waRs working in the yard," said the old man, " when he sudden ly burst lilto It, and' chased me into the, barn, and kept ioe there till it was too late to vote." " And are you ready to swear that his reverence forcibly kept you front voting ? " asked the clerk, " 1 It, nor,'' wIR the reply, "rand there tare others that can swear to it too." " 'ihat's sulticient," sold the clerk " I have not thie to go into parti culars now, but there will be at gel tietmItn here in it few days to whoim you canll tell everything." So im...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A WONDERFUL PHOTOCRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

A WONDERFUL PHOTOGRAPH. hi thI lllne of April ilt of ?or contenm panry "lotlnlngraplhy" In a rqproiuretion or a trIlly wonotlrful photograph nhowlnl(LM.R Viper, thr rlatet ?L hlp in Ilrhworld, plough Ing thromigh thire wrter itII n Iperd of thirty. tii oitid ir li hioale, equirl in 41 molirn on hgu r, A deep eohrin of heavy blirek noroke piri froll t rlll I iF irlllll,1 Mlod the rllll i rnlth if itell vi?rl it woll etigeretei. ie ? lirholo-. grallllhi hi t 1r. tillrry llt II, g)lglllrnrlro e irlilh nilillrril. 'ir vi eLvi'I riot llrollll nnd triginil Iy tIn. tirictririt Mtirenn H ira t'rr lilac i'i trrlrhiiy, I irlienle iIh Wlaltiion ol lTIl viii 'V the ia ' ain irioftollll l i* 'llr'illlllo r ii hIne1I type' Thel repreedonI, I " Turhinn))1 "1 to i ny llvtlr, rtll Itl l In I1 r I y ', llllintL tlni ntii Ih in Iti i nier ni? nll it o l ilitiet viprrlnn Iil 1 ii- iii' liriniry wriririlli. tire reaim for tril ll' n h lt Viirernrl i nirll il, ir nIIItiI1 II entl tiintr liitiirterr riirn...

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WHAT THE TELEPHONE CAN DO FOR RURAL DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

WHAT. THE TELEPHONE CAN D0O FOR RURAL DISTRICTS.. A ,church telephono service, by means' of which hundreds of opeople can listen' to tieo. services whilst: in their own home,,i has'receitly bUon instituited in an Ilidiane. town. 'rhose.., who listen ,canl distliguishi every' word, and the result is, alto gether satisfactory. i?i the .house of a musical fanmily,. isi the?- same locality; the members' frequently play the violin and organ for it grouping of. a dozenl or: more faliutlies scattered over a radius of. two or three miles. ''he mtusle is hoeatd lu perfectly in the inlsost re Miote houisu as ;in the nearest. In the sanlmc,way the iwomen of a citr cult havo established telephone -tea parties. ::At'a'certain hour they sit downi to their phones, drihjc'thlieir own tea, ari distribute gossip. In Indiana has also been :estaMlished a telephone news service. Once a? day the word " Attention I " . calls each subscriber to tasko Lil-s place at his 'phone. " Now set your, watches or cl...

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KANGAROO GRD V. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

KANGAROO ORD, V. HEIDELBERG. A match between these clubs will be played at Heidelberg on Saturday, 15th us'.,

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