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THE ROMANCE OF SYDNEY HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903
THE ROMANCE OF SYDNEY HAIIABOUR. --4-- "The Making of Pirates in the Convict Days" Is the title of an article contributed to the current isste of the "Windsor Magazine," by Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery. Here is one of the incidents des cribed : One dark night in May, 1808, as tie brig Tarrington lay at her moor ings at Farnt Cove, in Sydney Har hour, a party of convicts rowed silently on board antd made thenm solves masters of the vessel. When the dawn broke, her owner, whose house overlooked 'the Cove, looked out from his behiroolit window and discovered that his brig had vanish ed I . A, gun was fired, ~and the soldiers' drunls beat, andi In half.ant houtr ia small vessel calledi the Hal eyon was manned, 'ten soldiers put` on board of her, and despatelted in pui'sult,: There was no doilt, tits to. the ireason, of .the -disappearance of the Harrington,- fort one Hobert Stewart, a -notorious prisolnei', and several " of: the gang who wWorked with him, 'were nissing.i'st '; .With (...
(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903
( topyright.) .j BLeKMAIILERSj El ~tirring IRoianice of Eiilant alt bi tutraliai. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Tho Thirlstoncs of London," "tlcnping the Whirlwind," &c. SUMIMARY of Opening CIIAPTERS. Malcolm Frazer, a squatter, is standing at the door of'lis home stead, in the wilds of Western Aust ralia, when his overseer, Jlin Connop retains from the ndarest settlement with letters and papers. While they are talking together, a stranger, hat less and bootless, with mere rags abshout his emaciated frame, staggers up to them,n and appeals for help. lie is Charles Travers, who has ac comlpanied Sir John Vallenger on an exploring expedition. The party has been 'given up for lost. Sir John dies in Frazer's house, after snaking a will in the presence of a local. J.P. leaving an annuity to his nephew, Oshert Challoner,:'and the'restjot,his wealth to his adopted son, Laurenice Douglas Vallenger, whom-he had pre-. viously disowned ,in favor of Clial loner. Challoner, ignorant o...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. ALONG THE UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903
CLOSER SETTLEMEMT. ALONG THE UPPER YARRA. The Upper Yarra valley, which em- braces thle districts of Heidelberg, Eltham, Greensborough, Templestowe, Warrandyte, Kangaroo Ground, Diam- ond Creek, and Arthur's Creek, is a district where wooded heights, green valleys, flowing streams, and good roads furnish ideal conditions for a holiday ramble, but it is also the scene of thriving and diversified rural produc- tion. On the hillsides, along the creeks and valleys, and over the river flats extensive clearings have made way for orchard and farm, and the comfortable homesteads, well-kept orchards, and thrifty farm steadings not only betoken the comfort and well-doing of the settlers, but add charm and variety to picturesque scenery. The orchards &nbsp; cluster thickly along Diamond and Arthur's Creeks, ex ending for miles along these atreams and their tribu- taries, and over the surrounding hills. They range from 20 to 50 acres in each holding, although some growers are cultivatin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903
Medical Notice. OR, 8ORDO PHILLIPS, L.RC.I'., T.ond.,..O.S., R.S.ng., L.S.A.,Loln Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg AMay be Consulted Every Wednesday, S Elthlam, .30 to 2p.m.. • EKangarno Ground( (Iftstruncted at Hel delberg before I a.m.) Every Friday AT oreensboroughl, 1.30 to 2 p.m. mh" 'iuond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, '-- Of Heidelberg, TiSiTS T*Tneu a 'd,: Tuesdays, 12 noon. GuisitsaBonouonl,'l'uesdays; 2.30 p.m o?;':--?t?'r lnu gQRs, Fridays, 3p.m, l.I J, TL CHAPMAN . YARRA LEN ,- ISITSr . KANGAROO GROUND S Ev.ry Monday, I to 3 p.m. QUEINSTi(WN Alterlnate Tlhursdays, 1 to 3 pm. .OF. GMEL N,M.D. IAN be cunsulted, IKVERY DAY at SLILYDALIC in his new residence between Wilson's and Mr. Burton's Coach building Factory. D)R. A. E. /SYME, S4I.RO.S., En. ; L.R.O.P.iL.M.; Ac., S . Ed., Glasgow, : ' A,' AY be consulted dallyat bla residence MAIN-STREET LILYDALE. Also Visits TARRA GLEN, 'rTuedais. Rooms opposite the Hall. WANDIN, YALLOAK every Thursday, 10-11 a.m. Vaccination Day : F...
MR. SPOOPENDYKE BRINGS A FRIEND HOME TO DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
MR. SPOOPENDYKE BRINGS A FRIEOD HOME TO DINNER. " Say, Iny dear," whispered Mr. Spoopen dykeo,closing thi door carefully and approach ing Iis wife with a broad grin on Iis visage. " Say, omy dear, Speerltownttle's downstairs in tle parlour. He has come to take dinner with us." " Great gracious!" exclaimed Mrs. Spoo pendyke, dropping her work and hustlin uip to to tile glian to arrange her hair. " What did ho come to-day fur ? Don't he know. it's woash day ?" "He cnme for dinner!" retorted Mr. Spon pendytre, turning polo ibout the lip. "~What d'ye s'poso he came for ? To be washed ? What's wnah day got to do with It ? Think tihe mian can 'be. soaked in.a tib and hung over ti claothes line withi a measly wooden pin astride the omall of his bael? ? Well, hie didn't; heI came for grb, 'and .you want to bustle arlolod and get it' pretty lively for him, or 1'11 begin to er ie up thoings myself hbefore longl" . " But, my dear," remnonstrated Mire. Spool pendyke. "T Therte' nothing in the h...
A SUCCESSFUL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
A 8UOOE.8FUL UNION. A Poolish ?ouplo r,,no bnloiu i Justile of the penlo In an Ansorlunn town to bh. nerrled, The youn IIIIman hndold him the mlnsrrllglg Iloene0 nond the nilr stood n1 before hint. " Jole hundt," i*ld hie honor, dThoy diid nel, and the justlei loouked ou the duounoIttlt wl?nul h uttiteliel hIt , to unt1u III ilntritllluoy Zihurowien 1'prlee'ynsllkit i et okuwaLrdi ellntllm. A honm " he nhl, " Ioimia-i W'"ln-hdn uli, o ,?n uhn, ss, .t nntIiln i P' i1ii U itt t i,I i " us.?, Ir," '? l'eleillv lrII tih, yolllll? t ltill, Iutl LIt buI -- " IIIIl soI fIorth, " ih I I ptinuins III? ?it I nit ill wife," oulhdl roJniutlol oldn 11 " nd I o l hhltlhy e.ui ln llnI I eytiu both ill J c t Iii iin ldu l ell tillolt lit, itati?s InU Otel,
A HINT TO FAKIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
A HINT TO FAKIRS. " iere you oarel"- oried the at Uet fakir. A large assortment of useful, o nllenlal, Indlteneaobl ilousehould nrticles, for the small aunt of nine, remember-nlne cents eanch-furierly warn ten," (1brlslle and Clautde ipused. " Hoo what n Iarge number of women lnhve gatliered around," seis enid, " Women very ldom stand roud ruund street fakirs, you know. 1 wonder why they lrea io nterested I" SI wonder why, now " eurhoed Ulaude, orneastleally. "r llv nli.llalcentel rlenllllberl" uuntnlnudt the fairkl " Onl.r nitIe notlls I" Goibriella tr soiir lle lynsol Iniplpvullvoly. " Only ilnu cenlts I" alie exulnitted, ' 1)I4 Uitl Irlor Ihint, (ChllnItie I tllmet. lpurlihuse " WVlu are the;' I" lu uskedt, " I don't know, sI ialllnswert?, " but, only nine cnts l Jlut thlnkl I And I suplpose th price Ilas been out down fllot --" Jht Clauduti grasiped lher armn and esorted her,.gontly, ibut Itlrmly through tIll crowded aireet.
THAT REFRIGERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
THAT REFRIGERATOR. If this hot weather continuert the recording angel will, I aim aire, need an anisotant,. 1I it hadrn't been for thie hot weather I shouldn't have bought my wife a refrigerator and there by nearly wrecked our married happincns. But it was so very hot that afternoon, and I haoppeneod to pass tlhe swell ironmonger's in our district. Hlmmocks were slung in one window ; the olther, I think, was devoted to a selection of purtable cooking stores, in tended to do uaway with Ilu necesity of hav ing a kiblchen Iloe during the suntner. But it wasthea goods julnt within the doorway that took my fatncy. The man had plliel up a lot of thinsa mslked " refrigerators," and na a very matronly igure whiskled past them and into thn shop I thought,? ' Iorea nome' tlhingthat will please Jane." So I followed in the wake of the stout lady, and not being troubledl wili volnmihoits petticoat~i managed to avoid giving tle inial rwhlak that would assuredly linvo brought a. regimnit of pots a...
HE WOULD HAVE TOUCESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
HE WOULD HAVE TOUCESTER. A uurulalu luu1lp 19 v of( Io joiiuuulir aIit t b1I whoiu lilli iutoy Pmln cl'utii T o0 1111 rorub upa ties You Cott rantfilly eau Mihiit n nllooli to hor foolhigM It I Irlm:v o lThe l't neas too In rivoti or it ti lu wIIotvotlylog ogoltnts it 41htil IN Ilel'an a 111"W11,1 1uty I watlt/uI lit nliht', raga' r ttlulrtnra$ l h rr'ety F 111111 It all tvltl HIMd one who In 1lllrr(11t Irunl 911 utlllr,
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
.Published EIery Friday JMor'ninq. FRIDAY, FEBRIUARY 13, 1903. Mass will be celebrated at St. Joseph's, Ysu Yesan, on Sunday next, 15th inst., at 11 o'clock. Ploughing operations at Kangaroo. Ground are now in full swing, the ground being in excellent order for ploughing. On Saturday evening, 21st inst., a public meeting will be held at the Arthur's Cieek Mechanics' Insti:ute to arrange a date for concerted action in poisoning rabbits, on similar or im. proved lines to last year, when muuoh good was done. Mr. Wrn. Nicholas, bon, secretary of the Kangaroo Ground eports cont mittee, annOUtnces in our advertising columns that a meeting will be held at the local hall on Monday evening next, and invites all interested to attend. At the Elthain Court of Petty Sessions last Tuesday gold-huyers' licenses were granted to Mrs. Catherine Ann Reed, Queenstownt; Mrs. E. Thomson, Kinilako; Mr. C. H. PIake, Crose Roade, Queenatown ; and Mr. D. Carlyle, Panton Hill. Carriers' licenses were granted ...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorcing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real 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 — 13 February 1903
OORRESPONDENOE. ,Illoiendor".ing the. ,bpil inas.ol ot. neorrcaspiiden't, we siall be glad to, Insert .cotimunlcations bearing upon toplcs'of publiu interest, which tumayhe intolligently' expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necesnarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THOC RDITOR OF THI EVECLYN OBSERVER. Dear Sir,-Councillor Thiomans letter in your last publication is given as an answer to my allusion to the support he gave to Mr. Bolton's misunderstanding of my state ment of the cause of our adverse financial position. He takes advantage of Mr. Biolton's misconception and wants to make It appear that the construction and payment of certain works he enumerates were the cause of ur fliancial position.. He tries to make "black appear. white and white no colour at all." A priest of the order of Jesuits could sno .,have more cleverly done it. What would have been our financial position to:day if we had not bee...
ILLUSTRATING THE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
ILLUSTRATING THE STORY, " Sho, minilt son,"l.'id a worthy tier mai emigrantl to his hopeful heir of'l10 years, whom ihend hnd hard using prnffne languagie. * Shonmll e non, colm here, land I vill dell you u liddle ilories. Now Iay sat, shall it be a druC story, or a makesa.elieves ?" • Oh, a true story,olfcourse,"answered ,lohln. " Furry fell. den. 'Tere was voncee i goot, nice oldt shent:lmln (ehoost like me). Andt von duy hl, heard this son slhwearing like a young illlan as he vas. So he vent to the vin kle (corner), and dook out ia eaeI.shoostasall n toing now, slind lie took ter little rascal by der collar (dia way, you see), and volloped, him, shoos so I Andt denl, mine tear son, hi, hull is eats dis way, and smoack his face dat way, and tell him to go mnitoul his supper, shonust as you viii do die erenling."
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
A "drawingroom entertainment," pro moted by the Allendale branch of the A.N.A., last Tueiday evening, was termi nated in an abrupt and painful manner at I1 o'clock by the death of Miss Hannah Maud Askew, aged 19 years. After the ordinary business of the Branch, the meem. burs adjourned to the Dralnatmelriall, where they jolned a large circle of their frlenli at a " ludies' night." The programmune Included a card tournament, in whitch 'tie deceased young lady engaged heartily. While pre paratione were being made for a short dance Miss Askew was standing with a group of friends, chattlng freely, when she remnarked " I ami so giddy," and sank motionless to the floor. Assistance was promptly ron. dered, and iMr. G. Okle Moore, M.IR.C.S., who was hastily suntononed, pronounced life to be txtinot. During the day Miss Askew had beeu busily englaged in domestic duties, and there was no apparent ildletion of illness. A post-msortens extminatlon re. ean'ed the clause of deaonth to be heart di...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
OLOSE SEABONS FOR GAMlE. - CAUTION, The oubJolned Table, showing the Close Seasons,for Game, Is published for general Information. All previous Tables are hereby canuelled. 1I1 WIVIIOLd YIEAR. All Australian Fa nua, with the exception of nsakes, ll Nutihltnal I'Prk near Wtilson's 1'rnmontory, tll birds, except parruows Ind nnulllts, Ilot inidigetnous to Austrmlia, and their produce (including eurs), antelapo, bee enters, bustard or wild turkey, Ilehler. nlips.q t j, ,dg Cr,. lclos, eplthintlnor, fanl 'altslly.cral hers, erost kln?tlsher or laugh ing jakras, grouse, Ibis, large greo kltlluroone (mnoorlpus lllgenteus), reat red kner.roons tuernpus rufus), Iero-birds. nIlgples, magpelo lork, native beers, owls, partridges, illicasurts, platypus,, po lorgus or Isopokes, ohiesna, seals, southernl stone plover uIr c rlew, swallows, warblers, while swans, wrens. 141h day of Jun, to the 2(It I day of I)eoom. her In each year. ]lllank swan, wild geese of all kindm. , lst day of A ugust en ea...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts fron the Fisheries Act 1890, intd Proclainatiois thereunder, atuendihg to date, are published for general inforlntltllln. Section I .--Any perso( fhing with a 7=__,nort, ugui? J ,n pats river, creole, or o,Btea,. or wI0tnteittunt utfcoe firo?i "'tie imout thlleref as' iay bo proclaimed by the Governor in Countil, shall he liable to a penolty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. Seetino I .-All nets containing fish shall hoe emptiedl i the water. Anypersnn draw. lig o ino dry landl any not ctotining fish shall Ie labia to a penally of not less than £2.uor more thanu :20, Section 21U.-Any person knowingly tak. -ine or assisting or attempting to take nay "fish vot indigeuous to Victoria, or nitv of such ispecies, within three years after their introduction, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently takeun sucih fs?h and shall not forthwith return the same to the water In which they were captured, shall be liable to a p...