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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
To be held on MARCH 4th. Entries for all handicap events to be in by 25th February. J. GILMOUR, Joint Sea. J. L. BEALE, J SMITH'S GULLY ANNUAL Will be held at Smith's Gully on EASTER MONDAY, April 13th, 1903. A BALL will be hold in the evenlng Inu the Hall.: Admission to Ball, Double ticket Is. Refreshments provided. Donations to Pic-Nic will' be thankfully received., FISH ! FISH!! FISH !!! Friday. l R. W. PARKER, of Kangaroo Ground, begs to inform the public generally that he is prepared to supply custerors every Friday with Fresh Fih at reasonable prices. Oysters snpplied. All orders to he given in on the precedlig day. Medical Notice. DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.O.P., Loud., I..R.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT. E" ? ltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. EKangaroo .Ground (if instructed at Bei delbergbefore II a.m.) Every Friday .AT . : reensborough, 1,30 to 2 p.m. Diamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, ELTnOO, Tuesdays, 1...
A PARSON'S GRATITUDE TO HIS DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
PARSON'S GRATITUDE TO HIS DOCTOR A good deed deserves thanks. If the deed is one that has been of great help, one that has rescued a man from imminent danger, then the thanks should be of an overwhelm. lng nature. Gratitude fora service rendered shows appreelatkion for it, and Is moreover edifying to those who hare performed the deed, The loev T. B. Swift, a well.known and highly respected reverend gentlemoan,of Alexandra, Vint., has ljust expressed hin. self in glowinug terms for the great goodness that has befallen him. Irora long time hte snffered all tile agonloesthat constlpation and Indigestion bring I their train. lte long sought a curo for the pain that tormented him,and although he tried high and low for a remedy, none was forthcoming. At last, almost as though by the working of Provid ence, Dr Morse's Indlian Root Pills were brought to his notice. Then, and not till then, did he recover his health, and with it his lost joy and Iappiness, So pleased was he with his complete...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
Published Every Friday Mfornrlqg. FRIDAY, FEtIBRIARY 27, 1203. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Eltham Shire Council will be held on Monday afternoon next. Sports will he hold at Kinglako on Wednesday next, at Kantaroo Ground on Friday next, and at Whittlesas on the 18th March. The Diamond, Creek chow will be held on the 11th prox. On page 5 of this issue will he found the coaitpl"te' list of prizes offered for competition. A lecture on " Camp Duties'.' was delivered by Lieutenuant E. ' T. Appe, quartermaster, Victorian Mounated RIfles, at the Squladron Drillroom on Friday evening, 13th inst. A large n;u her of privates and non-eommnia sioed ollicers were present under Warrant.Ofilcor Algie, also Cap tain Riddell, officer commandling the A Squadron, and Lieutenant Stewart, troop lender. The points specially related to camp duties, ie.. discipline, sanitation, laying.out and construction of camp, treatment and care of horses, filtoring of water, care of rations (quality and quanti...
RIFLE MATCH. DIAMOND CREEK V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
RIFLE MATCH. DIAMOND CREEK V. DONCASTER. The Doncaster and Diamond Creek Rifle Clubs hotafS a return match on the Diamond Crook range on Saturday, 21st inut., whioh resulted in a wia for Diamond Creek hy 49 poinis. Thd weather was anything but perfect for shooting, there, being a strong .11 o'clock wind and occasional showers of rain. Following are the scores : DONCASTER. 400yds 500yda J. Smith ... 32 14 A. Thiele ... 25 9 H. Thiels ... 25 15 A. E. Thielo ... 27 19 L. Smith ... 23 12 A. Harris ... 26 19 D, Lawti .... 24 18 D. Sutherland ... 26 8. G. Mitchell ... 18 .4 226 1:18' Total ... 344 DIAtOND CREEK.-? 400yds 500yds Captain Peers... 32 21 F. Wilson ... 26 10 Ji Peers ... ;29 22 Tt Harvey ... 24 15 Capt. Brabaaon 27 17 0. Watersou .. 28 20 Godwill ;.. 28 8 W. Wilson ... 30.. 15 E. Allen ... 24 17 248 145' Total ... 393
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
OLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION, The suhjbined Toble, showing the Close Beasons for Game, is published for gouer.,t -loformation. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. S 1ill WHOLE YEAIt. All Australian Fa-tna, with the exception of snakes, in National Pirk noear Wilson's Preonitory, all birds, except sparrows and S -?nahs, not Indlgunous to- Australia, iand their iproduct (including eg?s), antelope, bee eaters, bustard or wild turkey, Caltfor nina qulall, deer, elnus, ephthlitnras, fan tails, lly.catchers, great kinglisher or laugh. Ing jackass, g(rouse, ibis, largo grey kunigaroIe (ltoserlluea gigantetus), great re I kani aroos (macropus rllfus), lyre-birds. lunaplen, steaple Iprk, native bears, owls, partridges, phllcrsaete, platypus, po'argltt or smopokes, rubies, seals, onlthterll astoln pilover uo curlew, swallows, warblcro, white swans, wrens, 14th day of June to tie 20ith day of l)ecoem boher i each year. IBll?k iwatt, wild geese of all kinds. let day of August lit each ...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
ISBLERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following ErLracts fromo the Fisheries Act 1890, and Procllamations therenndler, nameltditnl to date, are published for general Information. ' Section 15.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed enline in any river, creek, or stream. or within such distaunce from the mlot:t tthereof as may he proclaimed by the Gorernor in Colncll, sllhall be liable to a penllty .of- not less than £2 nor mnore than £20. - Sectiol 16.-All nets containlng fish shall be emptied in the water. Any plersn draw. log on to dry land any net containing fthll shall he liable to a penalty of not less than £8 nor more than £20. Section 20I.--Ant person kiowingly tak. lng or anlosting or attempting to take any fiih 'tot ioilletousno to Victoria, or ane of Ssuch species, wilhln three years after their introduetion, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently taken snlch fish and shall not forthwith return the same to the water in which tIhey were captured, shall be liable...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
A NEWYIPAPIRl APPEAL i OIPM, The foliwglli won the £'200 prize Ie. enrtly p tere'd hy a .ytdicitlte of A?.ttrIettnn editore for the bunt appeal poem i?III I?W ptlltper ntlhoerlibers to p?ly lup thllir arrenlr, liho lucky Ant tittletl Author In the edtlor of tlhe lody Mountain Colt - Idve' of great ml l 111 of11 t rentlit tin , ollltnent WOIin L Iwon't stand ii hlllte Th'n Ioitr we wrk t.h' I o t'ingrows behind tIl s titgger pitthtt ott our paitd, tOn cur puts ttonle nollw ntd gloony, Now me atri pe of d t ifrelnt ltt hto I And ieeuntit n tttitv erllet n l' gor, Allnd wion't l y ti what is dIue, Then hl t o be up nod dollilg, Henrll yolrl l tllll lowever nll`mll , Or whlin thI sow iof wtellr tirlikeo UI, Weu atill hir u lit paniLts It ill,
KINGLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
KINGLAKE. -o The children attending'the Kinglakew Central State School, under the charge of Mr Whlrington, held their annual picnic ont the sports ground on Friday last, 20th inst. 'The atunseotents commenced about 11 ectlock under very happy auspicees, for the day was fieo, and a number of the parents end friends of the soholars put in as appearance, with the intention of having a good outing. Unfortunate. ly, this was not realised, for shortly after the lunch hour a most lamentable accident happened, which put a danmper on the proceedings for the remainder of the day. A number of children, including a five years old son of Mr Exon, were sitting under a large tree, wetchieg a game of cricket, when, to the horror of several spectators, a large limb was seen to suddenly break off, and fall to the grauud. The children (with the exception of Mr Exon's little son, who could not move as quickly as his more fortunate companions), warned by the loud cracking overhead, managed to get clear ...
PAPER CURRENCY, COINAGE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
PAPER CURIRENCY, COINAGE, &o. Sir, As the want of money and employmentls the cause of most of the trouble in this existence, there is not the slightest doubt thata largo Federal paper currenoy anud coinage of gold, sliver, bronze and nikeol money would get the whole country out of the financial difficulty it is in at the paeaent, and thoeo'who oppose this are enemies of the'people and the country, and should be dealt with as each by legislation. This money would remain in Australasia. and benefit the people tllrein. All locul works could be paid for with It, such as Irrigation dants, railwnys, roads, defences, bridges, farms, mniing, dianmond drilllng (for metals, conlor water), scrub cutting (to prevent bush fires), factories, trades, benevolent institutions, professions, &c, Largo muni cipal subsdolla could he grantel, and allow works to be carried out inl tile country dis tricts, thus causing a demand for labor at a fair renluneration. This currency would do away ...
WHITTLESEA V. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
WIIITTLESEA V.' DIAMOND CUREEK.: iThe ashove match wai played at Whittlesne on the 14th and 21st inst. and resulted in a win for the visitors by 47 tbnus. For the home team Corey (22)'ind M'Tntoeh (21) hatted well and forthe visitors Webb (53) and Gook (S0): The match was a much closer onatest than the scores indicate, fior had the home teem been hble to hold their wickets up for another u teu aiin atee they would have woll by 2 runs noi the first innings. The visitors were entertained by the home ienit on eachý Saturday ?t an excellent dinner. 'Following are the complete scores - DIAMOND ORELEK .,. First Innings. . ` Itairrton. b' Do Sels ;>.2.;;' I3 J Webb; c, h O(rns .. L owrey, b Oweas -A.ltdmonds, b t()wens Cook, b Owens... i.. ., 20 P. Edmonds. b Owens ...: . & . Orme. b Butler... 4 N. Edmonds, not out ... R..JacksonbOwens .. .. 2. Leach, b Owens ..o. Sundries .... ..? S 'Bowling Analysis. ballsl rine wkte Owena . ... 5 47,': 8 Citler . . 18 9 .: ' Second nnnla.' Wi...
DIAMOND CREEK. MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
DIAMOND CREEK. (rnOM OUR OWVN CORRESPONDENT.) MINING. .Mesirs Gardiaer and party crushed 20 tons.last week for a return of ocer 170 ounces of gold. Their reef looks well and promises further excellent yieldla in thie Iuture. Great damage war done im the orc:hards by the recent strong gales and the market is gluttered with the quan tity of fruit that has had to be carted in, with the result of low prices.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
A T. MACKEY, JU R,I Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, .Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. IN years tmaufn, tring for Holls nd Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W, Pither (Late of Ael borne Markets,). The enly legitimate Produce Merchants in the District. T ARGE supplies always on hand of the : L. followiung : Bone Dust Seperphosphate (C0mming, Smith & Co.) O?at, feed whole and crashed Tartarlan. Algerian, S , Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata. rem, less than Melbourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley Mice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rook Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. S' ..Qvcrwythlng In the 'lINE ONLY kept In . AGE.NT fer he celebrated U Ballils. A oasl will e.nsiseo eeeryb.4r. S. H. W. PITHER,' IL ..A.IE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's. (Usdes'Royal Letters Potent) S. -AND : Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, S Are still t. the fore. Cannot be beaten. .; Orders by post receive prompt attentiaon. Agriclatural Implements,'&a. Bes...
KINGLAKE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
KINGLAKE WEST. The KTlclnlrke West Steis eclhool pionic (hir W. AM'Aullffe, head teacher) was held on Friday laet o Sealhs' selectlon. a nice clear.d space situated on the Yea rand, Thera was a large attendance of parents, children, and visitors, and the wealther was all that could be desired, l, The catering arrrage. ments were left In the Ihapds'of M. L. Hutcllhinson, of Whittlesea, and gave every satilsfctlon, The oomnmilten also provided fruit, lollies, eta,, and alto gether the younCgster had a good out. ing, Fully 30 events were onteslted for cash and ether prizes, he cnnamlittee evidently bellaving In " Mane acna in corporeo ano," The Whittlesen Board ofn( Advice were represented by Rau E. haw (OCrrenpondent) and Mr Ohasa, Rawaehorne, A most enjoyabln, day' outlng came to an onelusli alho?l 7 p.m., and% all' agreed that t It was one of thle Illnst sutesasful picnies hel Itn titls Igh. iellhnnd.I, 5luch oradit I cl ue to thell ceaminlttee, e?peolelly to Mr Peterl ,Inner, the I...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Urran YARna.-A ntirve youth, a corlstalk of pronounced type, but with rather too much ballalt-not in the head-enquires if we can put him in..the wey.uo attaining: an " illegant!! 'address. We teply' yes, provldiinliie will adopt a few simplo miaxims which we shall have the pleasure of recom. tuendiag in our next week's lasae. Urran YAnnA No, 2.-A shearer with a record and well up in the lnambing down process enquires if we can put hit in the way of earning a good opinion of himself, H.e ays he is the owner of a good dog, which he has spont a good deal of time in edu. cating-saying pathetically : " Know Ing the want of edocation end malnnller myself, I have taken trouble with my dog, still althoagh I haove mede a good dog of my dlog I have still a very poor pinion of myseolf. I am very 'urn?le spirited, but good at bounse, Would like a billet as e habnrmn In a live Iotel where there's plenty of life. Amn net mucli good at lIggers, but good at gonking. Once ...
ELTHAM COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. 25TH FEBRUARY, 1902. (Before Messrs W. Duncan and J. Bell, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
ELTHAM. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS' -0 25mT FEBRUARY, 1902. (Before MessrsV W. Duncan and J. Bell, J'e.P.) At the Court of Petty Sessions at Eltham on the 24th inst. Constable Boxhall proceeded against several parents'for having failed to send their children to school the required number of days ,and they were fined in various sums frotm is to 5s. Constable Kelleher proceeded against Alfred Kelly, a Ild aged 17 years, for having on the5th day of Februory inst., at Queenatown, broken into the shop of Calthrine Atnn Reed and stoles there. from the sotnt of 10s At the outset Conatable Kelleher applied to have the charge reduced to one of simple larceny, in order that the magistrates might deal with the case, and the Bench granted the request. After the evidence for the prosecution had been given, the accused stated that he desired the Benoch to deal with the case, end he then pleaded guilty and was senteneed to one month's imprisunment. Kelly was the further charged with having, on the 13...
BOURKE-EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR'S CREEK CENTRAL V. GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
BOURKEEVELYNN' ORIOCKET ASSOOIATION.: ARTIIUR's OREHK CENTRAL V. GREENSBIURUGH. This match was played at Greenaborough on Febuary 14 and 21. 'The Centrals won it on the Ist innings by 77 runs.: The local men in their second innings made a splendid stand but time was against them. The stores areas follows : CENTRALS. First Innings. W.' IIempel, b etarling . .. F. Hammet, run out - . 5 W. MAan, run out ... , 3 II. Green, b Partington .. ... 54 W. Green, b Starling ..... 27 A. lemnpel,bh PartingtoeFi.' 0 W. Phillips; h Ailet, bGoedwill ..:'30I 1'. Ilammett, bPTartingto 0', ,utrplhy, run oUt ' E. Phillips, not out ' "- ... 13 D1). Mnn, b Elliot . -138`' Bowling Analysis. . balls I runs wkts. Partington ..... 60 49 3 B. Starling ... 66 . :44 2 Godwill . 36 :'39 1 Rlllott.. . .7 1 Second Innings. F. Hammer, h Partington ." ... 7 W. Green, absent P. h1immet, e"Ameief,b Partlngton 4 W. Hempel, BElliott -. " 21 • 1H. Green, a Starling, b Partington 2 LW. Phillips, ceAndrews, b Starling 1 WV....
SLIPS OF THE PEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
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