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CONCERT AT WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
CONCERT AT WONGA PARK. On Thursday ovoning, 18h ,ult., a ctnicert wais held at lhe State Sclhool, WVotlga Park, in aid of the prize fund. 'Tho attendalce of the pulblic was satis factory. M r W., Fulford occupied thl chair. The ptngrammtlu rendered, which is given below, was a very enjyablo one, aud thiie playing of Miss Blacknian is desorving of special Illmention. Overture, Miss Blackmnll; school song; song, " Blnks of Lich Lomiond," Mrs lewish ; song, " ello Mahoiline," by six scholars; recitation, " People will talk," Miss E. llurch ; soa, " Burney Hlooligan," Miss Illaclneian; song; " Won't you bluy iy pretty flowers," five little girls; recitation, " Death bridge of the 'ray," Miss L. Ilolherfordt; song, " lrove's Vespor Hour," Miss A. Cox ; dlnt, " Whisper ing Hop,," Misisee Fulford atnid liarch; song, " Gootldyu at the dloor," Mr 'Tolllpping; on. " Thle Fl'lg of Ohi 1ntiglind,"' Mr 1"ulford ; duet, "Convent ltlls,'' by the Misses Cox ; song, " l'u show me your slate," by two...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
Notice. W. J. EVERITT, Wheelwright and Blacksmith, KANGAROO GROUND, TN returning thanks to his numerous 1 friends and customers for their liberal support in the past begt to intimate that owing to the expiry of his lease, he has Removed his Business to the Shop adjoining his late premises. W. J. E. has his shop complete with all the latest Machines for a ready despach of work entrusted to him. All classes of Vehbcles and Implements made to order and repaired. Coach painting a speciality. Notice. the trvelling pnhili that he has boughtfMr. Wilson's LINE OF COACHES running from Eltham IRailway Station to SQtieenstown. Two conches as heretofore will be run daily to and fro, and an extra coach on Saturdays (if required) to meet the 6 50 p.m. train. Medical Notice. DR. GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.C.P., Lotd., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kaugaroo Ground (if instructed at Hel delberg before Ii a.m.) Every Frid...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
Publisied Evter;. Friday ornanw FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903. The ordinary monthly meetingi of the Eltham Shire Council will be held on Mon day afternoon next. E. Andrews won the Hurdle Race at the the Wooalctop, with J.\1 .tlahon second. - A lady's coat was lost on the road between Queenstown and Eltham on the 15th ult. Finder will be rewarded oa returning same to the Police Station, Heidelberg. A banoar is advertised to tako place'at the Huzelglen Hall on Thursday and Friday, 15th and 16th inst. Robert Harper, Esq., M.H.R., will open the bazaar at 8.30 p.m. first.named date. George Reading, of Smith's Gully, died last week and was buried in the local cemetery. This makes the fourth death of old ane pensioners in the Caledonia district during the past couple of months, the others being-Henry Harris, Richard Weller, and George Harrison. A cricket match was played at Pinton l1ill on Boxing-Day between a local team nod the Bohemian Cricket Club (Fitzroy). The visitors won. In the evening t...
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. It was perfectly delightful to have a charming home of oneo's own-everything so admirably ordered, flowers on on one's writing table, and all the rest of it. It was the acme of domestic blies ; and as his thoughts reached this point Geoffrey Halsey threw himself back in his chair and gave vent to a portentous and unmitigated yawn. Parfait amour-yesterday, to-day, and to-morrow, witlh nevera ripple on the calm s?a of con tent I What more could any man wish ? He pulled himself together, and remem bered that he had come to Stella's boudoir to look for an address he wanted. lie turned over the papers, opened the drawers. It was such a ridiculous apology fora writingtahle, with its nooks and courners. It was imiossible to find anything there. Dear little Stella, how lucky he was to have found such a pearl among girls--ufficiently modern to be piquante, and old fashioned enough to be in love with her husband in quite an obsolete fashion I Geoffrey had never meant ...
WARRANDYTE RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
WARRANDYTE RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL MATCHES. The ahnve matches were held on the 25th and 26th ult. There was a good tuster of riflemen, and some fair scores were put up. The following are the pr'ze.winners : MATCH No. 1. 200yd? 800yds hdc. Totl lartrlo 41 .2 14 82.1 P R, Quick 37 83 10 80 RJ. Logan 44 28 6 78 0. J. Quick 41 83 . 2 78 J. It. Victor 41 84 so, 78 MATCH No. 2. 400yda 500yds I hdcp, ( Total. J. Twyerould 41 84 95 100 0, J. Quick 40 43 2 91 T, Logan ... 42 40 2 84 R,A, Thomas 4 .. 81 7 84 J. It, Victor 44 8. so. 88 In a lntter recoived November 4, M3, Lagrave, France's CmOnwiasioner.Gen. aral to the World's Fair, expresses the hope that the merohantes anl mannfao. turers of France will mank a groat artistic, commnrolnl and iudtistrial dis play at the World's Fair, 1ie is con. tincoed, he says, that the cordial and earnest participation of France in this exposition will render closer the honds of friadshbip which unite the two sister raepiblics, Amolng recent visitors at tthe Wo...
MR. WHISTLER AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
MR, WHISTLER AGAIN, A (Colornado alllloiarl' - 'tr . 3111l iiilllon vii,' who I. IIiin I'll lIII urt pulll'I;1Y, a1'11( to )\\ 'JHI l'r M M IIIIII In 1l1I' 1(1' 1la lino. III' t:1Ia I ariatily III.1('H I ha I.~laaaM UIII haI1 iaal M)11' Il11 ali~, Ihv I tarii in t o ea I! I " M'"aI ph nlvH In ln'll 11nd gold, fu hlnn andl~c~r alllrl l is al a i i ga11 I, at 1,111 11. l Ilaw itattal latrlIa aylot Ila atlvl, wi.1 I II a'aaallalg'a la all ( aaaaa aa III IaI I lk l falaaa' ahlllaaai,' Maill VIuhaaoai ºlaltlilr aldyal, tuwlya tiara UhIM
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
J. i, MACKEY, JUNhR,, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Plan.? (oft Swau-street), RICHMOND. 18 years maoufa.turning for Holl and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Melb?urne Markets). The only legitimate Pr-idoee Merchants in the District. S AIlOGE eupplles always on hand of the .LJ followina : Bone Dust Saperphosphate(Cumming., Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed T, arrarian, Algerian, Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata temn. less thaq Melbourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley lilco Meal, Rye, Tare., Rock Salt. Zverythlag rus? 19, ONLY kept In AGENT for he celebrated "Salvitis. / call will coneince eeerytedy. -S. H. W. PITHER; ILTYDALE.V S Pomeroy & Tarrant's. (Under Rotyal Letters Patent) TTUMIVI AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agriclltural Implements, &o. Best workmanship. Warburton-rd., Sevil...
HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 17TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WVEDNESDAY, 17T1I DECEMBEYR. Proeent :--Cra Brewer (President), Waddell, L'ugton, Rcke, Latham, Ford, Davey, Ryan, Wdeson, and Starling. ANNUAL MEETING. The statut ,ry annual meeting was hald prior G the ordiua:,- eeti 4. -' (?dat way , r?. t, Y.t adopted. The auditor's report recoom tlmended that the thistle inslpector and ranger he supplied with proper sets of hooks; and disallowed £5 5s donated to the clhildron'a picnic in counectiion with the opening of the railway. The auditor'a recommnnondations are noted.
I Am Now A New Woman. THANKS TO BILE BEANS SAYS A VICTORIAN LADY [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
I Am Now A New I Woman. an TIIANKS TO BILL. 1KANS SAYS A sa vjC .1 AR L'3 > . T 2 an Indigestion is very riue in Australia du especially amongst women. Thecauses of this complainut are many and varied. Too close confinement indoors with itI insuflficient outdoor exercise very ofron tends to bring on thebo complaint, but the defective working of the liver is invariably the predispusing cause. It is the duty of this organ to nmanuflc rure and supply bile to the digestive organs and when toe liver fails in this , important duly, the digestive organs are unable to jlerform their finctions and fIdigostion is the result. Bile Beans for Bilionsnesa by acting on the liver, stimulate this organ to proper nction, the bile is in consequence supplied to the digestive organs, when nature takes up the work and inidiges tion ceases to worry. Grateful letters frontl ast sufferers are continually coming to lhand, here is onte of the Imte'. Miss E'izabetli Fraser of hill way Place, Benalla, Victor...
EXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
EXPENSIVE. iA Ipllllr dloctlior tells this story ii it wightL 'ohy, his own, who has realched thlie mature l lg, of nine.., li i restless natullrl llmade him lllLt toullut tol hils Iialhellh.r at tims alnd ioi' alfternion she lihnalI to himtIu very n?uvlrely ; "I certainly shhlll ask your father to runi' and Sd' m.'." "DiIi' , yi~ll i do it," said the boy. 'he, tehder thought she had made 11 il h lllli'1 ,.fl d1 ? i Y?".is," she reI'ated, "1 met semnd "i'llllli holi ter not, 'causue ho chul'rge it guid'na al visit," said the young ritrml, I'risui is in ren i on, ra n ipllnd iI pay Ih iflllrs fior their I roubll Ill irlnti lig 1ai 'lCll I g eatg Ihain ito Kiil. 'lt'hll plait mtlke the pollce whIthful, iult alwuay alertL for husl -+ iMnllght In often the 'very loiS, nltlic ilne, ',pe?itlly for ehildrmn anti eldrerly ipeophle, andI the mitore hourilns they pt of it thie better lra their chancets for life and health, ----4 c-- An Afllciut negio' briain ii5eurle 114 ilhil ilill'h14s; lit...
BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
BO,URKE:WYELYN CRLOKET ASSOIOATLON:. According to tho draw. tihe clube take the following numhera :- Arthur's Creek Ceotual.... 1 Whittlesea .. .... 2 Upper Diamond Creek .... 3. Diumond Creek.... .. 4, Arthur's Ctrek ... .... 5, Greensborou i.h, 6; / Flnsa R UND 25 &o Nor. 1. Dec. & 1 1r2 6vl r-1 v v 1 "r 4 a * 2 5*r0 6v4 N 8 a 15 Duo, 20 & Jan 10 6 3 .4,0 Nov. 22 29 I v 3v5 4v2 SEooND f No. Jan, 1T & 24 Fhb,.8 & M8 a 2v1 1`I5 4vr 2v3 6 5 4 v.6 Jan, 81 & Feb, 7 March 14 & 21 lv4 3vl 3vg 5v 4 5v2 6v2 Feb. 14 & 21 Ovl 5v3 2v4 No're-Two Hnlturduay vaoant (5Ttht I)cem!,ber and 3rd Jatnuary). 'The nlutohue to hI' played on t4p grounds of the clubs first msutiuuurd
WHAT THEY ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
WHAT THEY ARRIVED AT. -* - DIurinlg the dinner hour at It ceE tai? factory not long ago there was a soinewiltt heated argument in pro gross, when onle individual, who had hitherto kept silence, was appealed, to for an opinion. " Come, 1ill," remarked his friend, '" we knows you loves an ar gy.nent, ain' can spout wi' the best. Wot's your opinion o' this Bouo: War business 7 " " I ain't at going to discuss it,:' said ]1ill, prlolptly. " l've threshed the Iatter uot afore I " " An' wot dil ye arrive at ? " ho was\ asked. "Woy," wlas the ciool reply. "AMe oll( t'otil'r chap Idon'Lt gree nohow We took differTcnt roands, so to sptak lho arrivetl at the. 'spitali, aln' I arl' rivedl at the police station, and I ain't it going to thrmet the mattelr out. againc iI. a. hurroly I _" Neither was Bill pressed to do so.
ORDER OF PLAY. SECOND ROUND December 20 and 27 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
QODER" OF' P AY.:. 6hCOND RlUND, Deoember, ?) and 27' SChhdnnia vr Pantn, l]ill:W I\uaadon Ground Chistalnm?a1lillas KIlnglake a. bye January 24. and 31 Christmas 111lls v Caledonia. KIliigake v PaItonf lull,. Kangaroo Ground.a byo February. 7.' and' 14'' Itngarbon Ground av KInlke Ponton 1111i v Christmas. Iillas Caledonia a byq. February 21 and, 28: Caledonia Y. Kngaroon Ground': ftinglake v Christmas.Illlls Panton Ilill.a byo Muarh Z antd" 14? Caledonia v Kinglake I'anton 11111 v KaIngaroo Ground Chnristmas ilills a byo Maltches tn be played, on the ground ok the clubs first-named..
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, DEC. 29TH, 1902. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. ---o--0- MoI..AY, DEC..29TII, 1902. ANNUAL MEI T[NQ. Th" e anoual nweing 6f this Council was held at the Shire Hall, Temple. Sitewe, on M onuily ev~iing list: Present :-The Presideit (Or.' Speers), and Crs. Andrew, Hunter, Lang, and Stiogalts,. The audited hooks and.bnlance-sheet wire placed on the table andexamined by i e -ouncillors. Tihe Governmlent suditor's report, dated Decelmber 27th, testified that the bioksk and aceouints were in proper order ; conmplin'onted the collector on illhe sall iamnount of rates oststanding; praised' the Secretary for the mranller ain which the blnks snd accounts were kep, aind thanked him for Ilis assist auct'cid courtesy duringl audit. Or Hnlter moved that the auditor's report be received,. Secoinded by Cr S'iggitnts and carried uniaeinilously. T'he liooks eand balanice-lsheet were then finally passed as correct mad Sigsied'hy the President. COr StiggaRits nlovid that a hearty oel of thanks be accorded to the l dtis.e, ...
CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
'ORIOKET. THE CAMtIRON TROPHY. A metting of delegates took place at the Hotel, d'eFTancl, Panton Hill, don the evenieng of the 20th ult., to co.a sider protests lodged. The delegate~ present were :-Me'srs G. Ooautie (Quoe.nstowe), W. Plunkett and W.. Ur.cknell (Panton Hili), Geo. Love and W. E Harris (tJhristadas Hills), anti R. . Harris aid W. Nicholas. , (Kangaroo Ground). In the anhtnce / of the chairman ot delegates (Mr ,. Mtirphy), Mr G. Cautio was voted to the chair. The first, protest consider " ' " was tklat lodged iy the Kau,, o Ground Cricket Olub. against t-ie Christmas Hills club, the charge being that the Christmat Hills club broke rule S in playing W. I)olbt hefute he had qualified himself by hering a resi dent in tthe Shire 31 days iprevious to. the first match he played in. After some discussion, Mr R. C. iurris. Smoved to the etfoct that the Christmas Hills club be informed (hat itwonld be necessary for W.' Dulint 'to sign a declaration, witteerd hby a Justice of th...
WORLD'S FAIR NEWS-NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
WORLD'S FAIR NEWS-NOTES; The appointment of Theodore Lewaldd as imperial commissioner for QGermany to the World's Fair at St.. Louis in 1004; has" bhoin announcead olbiially. .Herr-oLewald is authorizedt to. seleot a' site and "arrange fW r:tie constrhction of ihli Gerlnanr Building. Whenl this is completed he will start the work of collenting exhitits. Gerrmaity,.'. appre. priation will be £500.000. Bolivia hkas accepted the inreviabion to participate in the World's Fair to lie held at St. Loais in 1904, and will, make a large exhibit of minerals, wods..agri celtural products and aniiqeitieas .The plans for the T'ransportation Building at the World's Fair, St. Louis,. aor nearly completed and the contract will be let in a Law days. This building, which will be larer than any yet let, is to be 525 by 1300" foot. Prot. Ernest R. Kroeger has been appointed Director of Progretmses and Awards for the Bureau of Musio at the World's Fair, St. Louis. Proieesor Krosger has a national repara...
THE SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
'TUIB SECOND, IWUND.. e The seaond: round,.delayed a. wee ' b. wet Weathee. WOas coIllllellcel;d Ias Satulday at ernoon,. when ChOriaietalll Hills visit ed kIngirno Geround/. ,adi Pianton Hlif. Quronstown. A, Kan garon Ground thie. hole team. latuedS first and' iuaedo an, rern, hunidrae, r,? which Topping oolltributed,43; Hllrris. 23, and Nicllolaas 11. Ol:?uituala.l Hills. rrpllied, with, the smallt score oft 38i, nonle of the huamun getting into douhle. ugures.. o.1o e -?1n. 1w, t ih shert. Thei gnmo will hoe oontiield, next Saturday. The. match,. Caldlbnia. %. Pantno Hill, stands ih filvor of. ?ledonia,.botha teamua. hving, played. au. inunings.eacl..
TOPICAL ARTICLE. THE NATIONAL NEED FOR TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
TOPICAL ARTICLE. THE NATIONAL NEED FOR TRAININC. It is sinmply antazing how litLle attention habis Icl directed townrdls the very ipalp bl qulcstion of the dulty of the sLtate to nabile its peo llo to earltn decent iilillig. Ilitherto this malttr t I Li' ii rn)ll Ileft very Iluch tlo chaIILIIIce, with the re silll (lof llllch misery i ll d paI it risill throughout the world. It is allir ent that i f if iln the ed clltioIll of the young, clueied wtritaken L ILo tchil 'lte?h and everye boy Inilt girl sallme lrt or craft, or soeveral indeedll , i sol ulLion of the puzzle of patllu)l'islll and thu' imiseries of those Iwho live ill liualloie and deigedattill should lie I ibrought about. lL l'o koilow, of lcolllrse, thatL tile poor will ever he existent ; iti the drealdfulll dlestliLttion which isf observuble hby the sif o tihe mostll extrirvi,1gtlnt luxuy ol ill Athult ndalice tould 'b banished, il chldhhren wfrl tfrilftn Ily whlichi they coull learnl' their bIread,l lns they Ilt 110t or...
DEATH OF MR. GRAHAM WEBSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
DIEATI OF MR. GItAHIAM WI.?TErt. Mr Graham W\ebster, formerly a well. known police magistrate, died last Sunday at .recnabxrough, aged 72. The deceased gentlenian was the last direct deseendaut of John Graham, of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee, the " Ronnie Dundee" of Scottish Jacobite song and story. He came as a young manl to Victoria in 1851,attracted by the pews of the gold discoveries, and for a time tried his fortune as a digger. lie then enlteed the public sorrlce,and was stationed at Ballarat as Chinese protector, when the disturbances took place which culminated in the fight at the Eureka Stockade in 1854. Shortly after, he was transferred In the same capacity to Avoca, but resigned early seuceeo 'After a time he rejoined the public service as warden of the goldfields and police magistrate, in which capacity he acted with ablity at Avoca, Ararat, Dayles. ford, and Bendlgo. At the last place, in consequence of failing health, he finally retired from the service In 1886, and so...