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TAKING HIM DOWN A PEG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
TAKING HIM DOWN A PEGC. An anuce|,oti in whichll ni I'nliiishiman Il~ure. cninnn l Iroll Iali'. 'thi town was visitet lant year ii' isn itii'enitiriuin Frenii't. Illan, wilini l ll ith u l Itnsllt in Lii' i" ('se it if ili ini l it tini l nhllllllell IY IIII)y I l iilin tr ollilllt wiho vlii ILL hlnutnI lthl'ir nI)IIIIIIIIU n litithit IIn lilllII'I lT?m lr?t l t illn atinll ly t,' nl'n til Lhti lhnittln sinnnlll l, foit hL i i' iiiif i t It. i1rv i hit IIIItuI I tI ln IIIlh Ii rI Ihu II tItI Iil yllh ~llil i?r? V III. 'I II e* IIIII' III r I rInIIITII oII tII hI I II IIIIII lllI n I tI tII a nIIIII , I L hl IIII I tsIt' |0lll * I?I l?n tl ulll , In s rllvt ntL I ln *sin. nAu tiit )i hiiiii no11 11i)peartf111'* at the0 IR~)11 d hold ~ 109 rnl III h?IIII n I IIII'IIIII. Il h t lo l hr 1 ' h11)i ll 11h111 rI (1nnatest~ them1) that1. 111 hall1 111ident" O11 then rlpot a 11hitt hilk l? I hlll e uin y l h ~ IIIII eIIIInt.hIro st'IntIItaIIs' lh n hut i h iiii ii lt l 'lit ?tiyisn Ittl tIin...
COURTS. 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
COURTS. 1902. Courts will be held during the Year 19n2. at the undermentioned places, on the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively net out, viz. : Name of Court. Day. o January. Feb. arch April. May. Jne. July. August. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. A.K. Heidelberg ... Monday ... 10 6, 20s ,24t ,24t 14,28 5,26t 9,23t 14,28t 4.25't I1,22t 6.27t 10, 24t 1.22*t Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 18 10 10 7 12 - 2 7 I1 8 18 8 8 Gltham ... Tuesday '... II 8 1. 18 0 8 12 1 4 14 I 1 Yarra Glen .. Wednesday 9 30 15 : ,1 12 I 0 H?alesville .. Thursday... 2 30 80 27 27. 24 22 7 419 17 14 Lilylale ... Friday ...9 3L3.10,17*. 714*t 714'*t 4.i*t 29t.16 6t.1s 4'f.11 *t.s8.1 , i1, 193. 1o, 17 14 12, 19 S24. s1 21, 28 21 18, 25 23, so 20. 27 18, 25 22, 29* 26+ 24*. 21 t, 28 Ferntree Gully... Tuesday ... 9 28 25 25 22 27 . 24 22 26 23 2 25 2 Quieentowa ... Monday ... 11 27 3 17 21 : 19 16 Warhbrton ... Batu:day ... 10 25 22 22 19 17 14 12 9 6 4 1,29 19 1 * Police Magllsrate'n visits, SL.ic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
J, T, MWCKi YI JUN RI Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Plao. (nft Swan-street), RIOHMOND. 14 years nlalsufas.nriIng for Iolle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. 8. H. W. Pither (Late of Melburrne Markets). The only legitimnrn P'rdilce Merchants in the District. TL ARGR supplies always on hand of the followingt - Bone Dust aupcrphspllhate (Cumnlming, mith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and clrushed , Tarlrianll. Algesltan, Danish, Stout VIctorian Seed Yorkshire iHero Peas nod Strata gem, less than ielbourne prices Chaff, liay, BranI Pollard, Straw S Y 1 eat, Rye,Tares, Rock Salt i.s- .(j erden Seeds. Iver.. j.in th l I NE ONLY kept in stock. AGENT ter.r he celebrated U Salnitil. A call ieei enseince everybody. S.1H. W. PITHER, -X-3.TieLDA.L-. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Undee Itoyal Letters Patent) AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FI)REtST I)DNVIL', Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agriclltural Implenents, &o. Best workmans...
A NEIGHBOR'S QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
A NEIGHBOR'S QUARREL. At the Eltham Court last Tuesday, Aquila Firth proceeded against Margaret Hodson for using insulting language. Mr 3rsyshay appeared for the defence. The hearing of.tho case caused some amusement. Complainant stated on oath that Mrs. Hodson had come at him like a iteor, for what reason he did know, and called hint "a b- old rogue and hypocrite" and said that she would have his p!tnsion taken away. The had language; was used in his paddock. Croos.exnrninied by Mr Brayshay, he said if MIs llodson asid he chased the children with a gun it wotild be a fal e. hood. liur children crossed his, pad dock. He had had a pension, but it had heen takcn away. The spot where the language was used wais some 200 yards from the Eliham road and abhut 400 yards from thei St. Helena road. Mr Brayshay.-Why did they take your punsion away ? Firth -I suppose because they thought I had autliciet means to keep myself. Mr Brayshay.-But what about the plineton and frock coat I Firth indign...
MORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
A1ORxNG.' ---0 (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) On the 9th ultimno the anniversary servic-'s in contnectiotn with the Mayfilld Pr.shyterian Church were held, when the minister of the charge, the Rev Edgar Law, preached tmorning and e ,ning. At lboth services the attend. n a was very good, andti two very ypt essive sermons were preached. . 'The' Rev. Mr. Onalwell, of Williams. town, was to have preacthed hut owing to illness won unalelr to' do so.. On Wedesdlny, the 121 ult , tlihe ,innuhl tea meteting and levture of the above churchl was held, when, as usual, a splendid tear &c., was provided At first, owing to thd now memuorable dust. storm, it was feared that this ntlhering wonld he a failure," but the attendance on stle whole, taking the night into consideration, was very good indesd, and not as far Iehind 'the usually good attnlldtlnces at these umeetings. After full justice lhad Ileen done to the good things provided,'a very able and in. siructive lecture was given'by the ...
CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. ORDER OF PLAY. First Round. October 25 and November 1 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
ORIOKET.. THE GAMEiRON TROPHY. : " O RDoR oF PLAY. First` Round.: October 25 and November 1I ::': Caledonia v Christmas Hills Kangaroo Ground v Pauton Hill , Kinglake a bye November 8 and 15 , Christmas Illtis v Pauton HtI-. ._,. Kinglake v KItugarob Ground, "- ' Caledonia a bye . n Norember 22 and 29 1Kangaroo Ground r Caledoni Panton Hill v Kinglank Christmas Hlils a bye December 6 and 13 Christmas Ilills v Kangaroo Ground Kinglnke v Caledoula Pauton Hill a bye B?COND ROUND December o nand 27 Caledonia v Panton Hill Kangasoo Ground v Christmas Hills Kinglake a hyo January 24 and 31 lbhrtstmas Hills Caledoola Kinglake v Panton Hill Kangaroo Ground a bye February 7 and 14 Kangaroo Ground v. Klinlake Punton Hill v Christmas Hills Caledonia a' bye February 21 and 28 Caledonia v IGmgaroo Ground ' Kinglake v CUhristmas Hills Pantou Hill a bye March 7 and 14 Caledonla v Kinglake Pantosn 1ill v Kngaroo Ground Christmas Hills a bye. Mtatrhes to lie played on the ground of the clubs first.n...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
A NEWSI'A',lilt A''PPEAL I'OEM, -0 'The following won tihe £200 priser reo ecltly III'lred by a synJictlle of Ameritnllnl Ieditor for Ithe i't III II llpe ll(l La It) t newn laper lhpuerih?t i to liy p their mrr s.'r. The Intekv nlol itlethld author is the edhtur of the r ,Jr/y ,llrountia CIolt t- Liven of great mI(lI oft rI'liinif Ias, Ilollnet IIIIn won't othnIIod a chanceI ThIe Illore we work there Urgiws-fbelllld Iv, Iglltgr pathIl on onllur PIfllts, 1On or pitill tolla r Ii ew Ianl glor y, Now a ri itpn of liffliterent ho I And ben, ali nhn?lthisoil)rn linger, tlAnd won't pay nu what In tdue, Thefln l,I uis I up and difohiig, heoil your mile however n?i-n ll, Or wht I lt minoiw of winter ltrik?u ni, WeVu shall halvt no Int it all.
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. -o ORDINARY MONTIILY RMETING. MoNutqY, DEC. 8~ti, 190.' The ordinary monthly - meeting of this Council was heldu at Mrs Ryan's residence, Yan Yean, on Monday last, 8th inst. Present ;-The President (Cr Draper) and Ors Bassett, Cornfoot, M\1orris, Murplhy, Nicholson, Raid, Thomas, and Willis. ConRREPONDIliNtg. From M. J. S Gair, 22nd November, as follows :-1 duly received your .last two communictlions. With reference to seeing the Metropolitan Board relative to feeling starved stock, I am sure nothing will be gained by moy doing so, and am inclined to think 1 would Le told to minds my own husiness. I have, however, seen the MAtnlo ter of Agriculture and left your letter with him. lie will consider what Is best to be done. lHe suggested that your Council should place itself ln communication with the hoard or tie matteor. I have forwarded to tile Acting oummissioner of Railways tlhe letter enclosed in your last. After Mear. Cameron, Reid, .noi Thomas interview...
Bile Beans Cure Biliousness. AFTER MANY SO CALLED REMEDIES FAIL. VICTORIAN PRAISE OF THE WORLD'S SPECIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
Bile Beans Cure Biliousness. AFTER MANY SO.CALLED REMEDIES FAIL. VICTORIAN PRAISE OF THE WORLD'S SPECIFIC. Many pant sufferers can boar wit ness to the fNot that Bile Beans are an un doubted specific for Bilio,,sneos and kin. dred evile and Victorians genorally have gained thin valuable knowledge, hut for the benefit of those who still sufflr on having perhaps met many so callrd remedies without benefit, we publish the following convincing testimony from Mrs. Harriet Wolsh of 254 Di uDn. mood Street, Carlton, Melbourne. This lady snys: " For years I have suffored from Biliousness, a feeling of heaviness about the eyes, and pains beneath the shoulder blades, accompanied by a feel ing of langour and depression. I tried many so-called remediesa ithout avail. Little more than a year ago several advertisements of Bile Beans wore brought under may notice, and I decided to give them a trial and I am happy to aay that thanks to Bile Beans, Biliousness.hae ranished from my life never to retu...
SNAKES ON THE WAR PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
SNAKES ON THE WAR PATR. At this particular season of the year (says last Friday's Lilydale Express) it would be well for people to keep a. sharp Innk out for su.,kes, as they are reported to be very nunerous. Dr. Symne, of Lilydle, has already treated four cases within the month. Iissl Lily Burgi, of Seville, whilst walking through some long grass at Seville on Friday, was bitten on the leg by a snake. Ligatures were tied round the punctures and all necessarv preoau tions taken, after which Miss Burgi was. conveyed to the surgery of Dr. A, E. Sytse, who further treated tlhe bite. Miss Bccrgi has now apparently resover. ed from the effects of the poison. On Monday morning last, a young: man named Fred Jacobs, of Oruyero, was bitten on the calf of the leg by a snake, whilst scarifying in a raspherry garden. Jacobs deslatohed the reptile with a stick, after which he tied a piece of card above the wound, and was con. veyedl with all speed to tihe uicey of Dr. Sytle. The doctor at the su...
AN IRISH RECRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
AN IRISH RECRUIT. Ali unlotteied I)rlhilihnl 'apjliied' to tlii United Status court for? letters' of matturallsation, wheli ho was a3ks ed : " hlave you read the Declara tiol of Independlbnce ? " " No sir," was the reply. " lave you read the Codsattuatoio of the United States ? " " No sir." " Have you read the hiatory of the llUnited States ? " " No air," he repeated. " No I " exclaimed the judge in illsguit. " Well what have you roald .? " " (. have red hali, your honour," Wse the Innocent reply. Crel'iilies like, Intrichea, swallow pIloil'w mndi siall tIarines for the IllriIII)lse of gri'dilling their nood. --I* Ihlly Ioit : iver, hiow uaIlly will your 'car hn d I " JuI'lvoI : " Well, if ye sit1 adjia rill I cnll only lit?u, ni, bill i' ye tile" ftulilihr I runi tiiiow away nian 1Ilult'i pena' l n~ tnti'clia showi thatl i thn domininitu oif the' 'i.uir l hii wou'l n i I'l'iiulhnni Iiu mlb'ir the nii ln by' IIIne lyI p' ip er centi' , Jiul the oi' . Iri'i'V being the it'me ille ie ...
LOCAL MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
LOOAL MAIL SERVICE. The following letter, which expllains It. self, we puhlllh for the Information of those Interested : PostnasererGeall'a Department, ir Melbourne, 2nd IDecemnber, 1o02. flr, With reference to the D)eputlntinl Intro. duced on your behlllf by Mr. J. W.McCny, M,P,, who, at the atnn thln,, presentod pettitone frcln Mneser. It, C. IIerrt,, T. Ieeselll and other re?ideitt of Knlluarloo trmllud, mnll Meire. J. I. Frnntl, W. I. Noble and otLher of S1, Andrew,, ankhing thl at , aloll lt Illlon e inade in lit nmal orlntre Ito tol thle pllles, I hart fll Ih i or, by l rh.llll - tinO, to infori you that the mliler ha beIri enqitllrtd itlo ntll n tatl t )i Deputy tiotmlattier (ttoertl, MtiItourntt, retetmtOinmtslll thie, llc nIlllll fll o llllhddti al in ll from i, Andrew. itt Itelilberg, to leave the former plttce in tIen lftertnoon. Thsle rieollmendati? hal h|or iipproal iand the iDptiiuy LI'ltitmtter tJeneral hbr beent I hIvi I het honor to hI, Your iellenlit erriant, Hecor...
YARRA GLEN Dec. 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
* YARRA GLEN, --g-- (FROM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) Dee. 10th. The :hy. of the Yarra Glen orState school won the prize last esason for the :est schaol garday/ t the 'Metropolitan -.No -2 Distrio' The prize money aittountid to~&lt;,6, 'ptrt of which was spaiin n iien!.'vihtt the school giirdubds, 'aid it vas decided to spend the baldnce 6ii a "J'ourney School." Accordingly on5 Thursday, the 4th inst., upwards of 30 of the senior scholars were taken by the first train to Melbourne, and thence to Poit Melbourne, where the umail steamer " Orontes" and the hugei German host " B3arbarosas" were duly inspected. Tihe party was then con voyed by tile steamer " Queen" to Williamstown. On the way over the mouth of the Yarra formed an interest. ig object lesson. 'At Williamstown H.M.S. Oerberus" and the " Prince Alfred Graving Dock" were the chief obhjects of study. The Zoological Gardens were inext visited and a very ititeresting afternoon was spent there. Mr. Richardson, the head teache...
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
EL'1'I1AM ItAILWVAY, Wusrt 1)Ara. Loeav MhFIIQIeurl-8 :18 nam,, 4.111U p. m, Lenvo Ilellmlberg-Il 25 agm ., 4.661 prim. Ieaeri (Iruiinbhmorinmug II ImIluIaln ItI r thin I1nlmlmhw8, nld nirivo at Ell1,111 15 aiiiilan allir livlmminI IcldUlmm'rg. Laur 1' lmllt1mima-8:11 umm., 11.111, Imave 11 rIImmmmllmmrmlul H #111181CM IaItr. LIeav IIeluldbImr p-J. 17.i., 4.47 p.m, H A1UIIm AYI. 1.u'n' 111v e C11mzimmI'"-H. 8 1.1 I 5 .11) 11nd O. J1' am. lemavm IImmhlmmlhmrg-9 .2) almI. ,511 amuld 11,251 11.111. I~miiii I+,I1Ilmll-H.fl1 ftnla. I 16 u 11.5:11 11 17 p~ut.
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. This Council met on Monday evening, let inst. Present-The President (Cr Speers), and Ors Lang, Hodgeon, Hunter, and Andrew. A letter was received from the Shire of Lilydale, asking the Council how much more money would be required from them to carry out joint work on Tortice's road. The Engineer considered that £5 would be suflloient.-On the motion of the President, seconded by Cr Andrew, reply to that effect to be forwarded. Payments were passed totalling £160 6 6d. The Surveyor reported on iMr Alex Speers' road. The work he wanted done would cost about £4.-0? the motion of Cr Andrew, seconded by the President, it was unnani mously decided to have the work carried out. In pursuance of notice of motion given the President moved that the Council take into consideration the reducing of the working expenses of the Council.-Seconded by Cr Hunter and carried unanimously. Cr fAndrew moved. and the President seconded, that the whole Council meet in committee on D...
(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. CHAPTER I. THE TRAVELLERS HUT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
The Cpyright.) The ? . BL1eKMAILERSj A %tirringi ERonance of Englanb anb lUetrit?ia.i. By W. Murray Graydonri Author of "Tho Thirlstones of London," "Roeaping the Wihirlwhiid,"_ &,ic.; CHAPTER I. "l'THE TIRAVELLERS' IIHUT. h.'lo litle. low cottage'. with its 1verau(d) . 1 shaded) by festoons "'of Scireep lie ?inked y the'straggling iiutbiliilingst tLhia .comjiprised" the Slisheep-stiation ,tioi?n ri s Fraser's ta ls a most . welcome :sight to the diit s'' travel-worn horsenltia who rode into the home clearing towards s:iiitils? , o th la'st (lity of. December, ;18119..' Thie light patter of hoofs stitrtLed a: , og '. brkling, and the soilild bronglit 'Malcollr. l'Fraser to thlie:door. 110 shaded his eyes: with one h-oi and for ail InuieOnit, and tholi ica. l ilowui the o'telps' to greet tlhe i flack already," h_ , exclaimed ... And 1 il rdhlcit.0xpet, yenL before -ito-;l bch '(((de of 1(ron:" i Oh. I've twei' taking it easy enough,'" replidel ii1i Conpll. "1 dlildn't' bralch...