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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

TO T?Ih BDITOR OP TIIu BVLLTON OuIeItVnn, Dear Sir,-That fool of a follow, your double.barrelled correspondent, '-Arthur's Creek," charges you with lowering tho road In Craven's lane. I alu pleased to have seo ne-o-adl,at t happeuns, you foechoico to share with me the responsibility of lower. Ing that road, The cosneillors who sap ported my motion in that direction remain silent nltd nmke no sign of sharing the responsibility with me. You are not likely to get Ilessings from " Arthur's Creek's" poor little shivering children when stuck in the 1od there In winter tihte. The fool of a fellow ought to know that there are hon drods of pinces in the country and lin Ilel. bourne and suthurbs where children can't get to ,lol lin rainy anti wintry weather. Your tenders will wonder how you cattle to have had alything to do with lowering thu said tend, Yours truly, JA1MIH MlORllIB, [As no usetful nupotso will he serveid by a conti~lueanle oi hin rcorresnpoldealio, it onust now eenlse-lihi, RU...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLIE'S ESSAY ON GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

WILLIE'S ESSAY ON GIRLS, ItliI Willio w48., 14kL1d lL ?rllhool t(o wr?lli, L ll4 8'11'y In i gibls. r'b i [I ''llils lt lln'114 1' g: nl4 r 44It they "lllll,? I llllili llK~ lll i' iill' )Ill?,y I1w14 4r44li4(t . 1 11l8 81 nille')14 4'8 hInlal lsio h' ih ll lioolti, iilll thenl Ille,,n' iiin gigllell' Fil Ina Il shollwl em.ll 'r'hey\ tis t4 hilly' 4 lii Iol ul-llll-Iup fillhrlii, 4111 1 11114III~ 41441'. S 414' 4I(~I-l)138 II·R fr IIlii. ' lt 'i li'll w\ 'h'i h11111 Ji h1 11 i 4 11i 4 ii t1111 hf11'lr , h l ii11' jII'IHl in g l14I i,\' . ' J'l'' wi'll 't444 ll 1 I ia 4 J iiill III i chill 1lhl'll Ihi'y 1111 l 111se ; 1Il( whenl {he'y gi\'v , II HIlleh f?'lhlr Ilike Ili i hl]llig tlhy. In nw fl'llll'y flii , Ill iln lk 11 I dili'li , i ibll In'4 i i i '1114g11 4 4 ll w rll Inin n let 111' 'il ine 4,4 4 1 iv t'11, 1'1114 nollll 4 1i n o I . I 'IIIIIII' m1i11hl 41'ii 4l 1 1 thi , h 4lin4h' 1il1 l nb IiIIIlUI IIV Ii n tl n llif hll. mLIuch ilmiii hml l he 'l onn ii ht i i s?ll~( n i iIi...

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THE HEART OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

THE HEART OF AFRICA. -4-+- It' will hardly be permissible to call Africa the Dark Continent when it has a tremendous electric light g?,gerating statlon in the middle of L.-:l:!Yet that is what it is going to have. The plan is not merely a dream, for an expedition is about to make an actual beginning on the work of establishing at Victoria Falls, on the Zambesi river, an electric power plant that will in time put to blush the famous tur bhines at Niagara Dlalls, just as Vic torla Falls themselves greatly ex ceed in height, width and grandeiur those at Niagara. , It is to be it dralmatic sort of in v.asion, for thle falls thunder out to day on the silence of an almost un broken jungle ; the hippopotamnus and crocodiles bask undisturbed in the Zambesi and lions stalk in the tall grass. To the Barotsi, the na tive tribe , which inhabits the sur rounding country, the great catar act is a god, and they pray to it and offer up burnt sacriflces for its propitiation. And now the white man is...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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GOOD-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

GOOD-BYE. fh'')e . following., lines Iit is said, wero found at a; point thirty 'miles fron tl Ougin (W. A.) on the back and., front of what had once been a white shirt.; Good-bye, land of flies and frogs,. Iotten acabs and.l native dogs.;. Land of flias and kangatroos, Dally slinakes,and jacaroo, Fleas and ticks alni2d bully sIlts, I nam leaving you loly lpants, Also shllrE and ai few iOu 0re rugs, Billcan' and ration bgs, ' Once mIore, farewell, you 'hungry tramps,.` No moro will 1 o'or see your camlps No lonely road or, its green lanes, Nor. oni the hills or on, the plains l Farewell, once mIore, to you all, And this is the end of Dondigo 'heu "poeltl" was possibly originally lost solnowhero oll the Darling, say betweoen ''lip alld lllenindlie, or por halps in Crystal street, Broken 11111,

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 9TH MARCH, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

WHITTLESEA " SHIRE COUNCIL. "ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. -0---o MONDoAY, 9TH MARIO, 1908. This Council, met at the- council' 'chamber, Yan Yean, on Monday lest. . Present :-The President (Or Draper), Basett, slerris, Nicholson, Thomas, and Willis. The minutes of the previoeus meeting were read and confirtmed, and the out ward correspondence approved of. THE YEA ROAD GRANT. From W. E. Martin, Secretary' Department of Public Works, Mel boure., 19th February, as follows : With reference to your letter of the 13th, inist, forwarding tenders . for works in Yea main road,,.I have to' reqltess that thle pilans, etc.,. returned with t lly letters of the 23rd nit;, be re-submitted for inspection.' In the meantinme tenders are not to be accepted. . The .President said there was a deputation. of gentlemen outside the O-unicil-Chamber waititg to interview them iti conuectiontwith the works do .ie Y..e a ta.a -.,t n. "" octý tad" eccpted tendsrs co?ditionally sin thleir pproval by the Puthlic Work...

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ANDERSON'S CREEK COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 9TH. (Before Mr. Smallman, P.M., and Captain Selby, J.P.) OLD AGE PENSIONS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

ANDERSON'S CREEK COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 9TH. (Before Mr. Smallman, P.M., and Captain Selby, J.P.) OLD AGE PENSIONS ACT. Constable Parsons v. Wm. Watkins. —To show cause why he should not contribute towards the support of his mother, Catherine Watkins, at present receiving six shillings a week under the Old Age Pensions Act. W. Watkins (sworn) stated he was a married man with four children, residing, is his own house on Crown lands; had a horse and dray, and carted wood into Melbourne ; made after paying horse-feed, some 16s a week. He, with his sister (Mrs. Hartrick) paid for doctor's fees and medicine for his mother, also for her clothes; the 6s was nothing near suffcient ; his wife earned nothing ; his mother was always ailing. Mrs. Mary Ann Hartrick (sworn) : I am a married woman with seven children ; my husband is working in the Excelsior mine, Walhalla, earning £3 10s a week ; my eldest daughter is sewing teacher at the State school receiving £30 a year; my seco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

J T, MACKEY, JUNR., Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 years Manufai lnil g for Holle and Mackey. * Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of MAelo, rne Jarkes). The only legitimate Produce Merchants in L the District. LAGo s1pplies klways on band of the following : Bone Dust Superphosphate(Cumoing, Smith &Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed , Tartarian, Algerlil, * Danish, Stont Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata rgem, less than Mlelbourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard; Straw , Barley, . . e eal, e TaTre, nck'Batt SedIal , arden Seeds. .- ; Everything In the .LINE ONLY kept, In stock. . i AGENT far he celebrated " Salviti. A call mill convince enerybldy. S. H. W. PITHER, IILeYDA.LE. I --• • ' "L, ' L .:.i ---- ' Pomeroy & Tarrant's ,(Under Royal Letters Patent) liTT7TIV. A14D Tree, EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Ordes by post receive prompt attention. Agricultura...

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DISPUTED WILL. TESTATOR DECLARED SANE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

DISPUTED: WILL. TESTATOlt DEQLARkED SANE. Mir Justico Hood yeiterday (says Weddnesday's A'gustý oncluded the hearing of the proceedings relating to the will of Jol)i Smitt Inte.of Greene borough,fearmer. Litters of adminios tration, with the will atnnexed, were granted in May, 1901, to Janet Wills, a daughter of the deceased, and the present applicant, Donakl' Smith, one o.fhLasons, sought rovocatioa of thtn grant apos the ghrbatdd that the testator did not understand thew'ill, and" did not sign it himself,' but had bin hand guided by the husband nf"the adtiins tratrix, who, herself sharei largely in the estate. The assets were valued at £1,200. Mr Justice Hood gave judgalent yes. terday in favour of tile propoundeor of the will, with costs against the appli. cant, Donald Smith. lii HTonoor said the evidence wse very conflicting, and wtnesseess--the mjority of whom were not Inttlligont people-contradicted each other up.hill anl. down-dodlo. The will was mode openly, without al?y thi...

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ONE ON HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

ONE ON HIM. " Ah," lie moaned, " tides is not the kind of bread mother used to make." " Perhaps," his fair young wife said, preparing to abolish one joke from their family for ever, " It ie not the kind sheo used to make, but it's the kind she makes now. She brought over a loaf this nfterneon, saying she knew you would be so glad to get another taste of itl" Then there crept into his eyes tile wild hunted look that people read about.

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AN HONOURABLE CHAP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

AN HONOURABLE CHAP. It is extremely refreshing to notice the fine sense of honour possessed by some of the rising generation of the City, One evening two youths, each naed about fourteen, met in the street, when the following dialogue took place: , say, Bill, you've got my knife." :"No, t ain't." " 'Pon your word P" "'Pon my word." "'Pon your soul ?" 'Pon my soul." You ain't got my knife ?" "I ain't got your knife." The querist seemed to be still incredu. lous, but was on the point of giving it up in despair whena bright idea occurred to him and he returned to the attack with " 'Pon your honour P" " Oh," said theoiher, " now you touch my honour, take your danged old knife," and he handed the article over. " Well done, Bill," said his chum, ' I allus knowed you was a honourable chap."

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A SPECIAL OFFER re LAND ROLLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

A SPECIAL OFFER re LAND ROLLERS, We a Rreed to supply the Osborne Steel Land t-| ors on the followiug terms: 4 caushtelivery and balance on p/n d e , b, 4. ;-Pacts Liars The Osborne l oller Is astrictly tlrst-class Implement built In Australia front imported parts. We guaraatee ood work or your money back.' We supply 8 It. rollers on abovo terms with seither thill or polo aa desired, Is t, trolers with polo only. AU rollers have sheet steol hIauls clos. Ing the drums entirely, rand prvelnting their Ieconilng filled with earthl-strongKe and lighter than the cast euds lgelrTlly used. l)uscrlltive circulars glvlu fi partlcu. Iars on applicatioln. I).- M, i roe & Co., Melixourne and Aielhloe, or ! o,/t, Webb, & Co., General Agents, Itr , .abe, Local gentis throughuut Auetralasut tint

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ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIM I TAIBLE. Leave Melbourne--a8: .m:, 4.10 p..m, Leave HIoldelberg- 25- a.m., 4.55 p.m. .Leave Greeensborouah l 17 minutes nlater thai IIelcdebei, and arrive attlilthamn 25. milutes after leavineg Ieldlnerg. . :Leave Ellthamn-8 35 a.m., 4-.5 p.m. :.'Leave Greenh.oroaplr 8 minluteo later. Leave aleidelberg-3.17 a ut;m?4.47 p.m; SATUnDtYaS, Leave Melbourne-8.38 a.m. t 2.10 and 6.25 p.m. ai, Leare Hltham-8.35 a.m. ; 5 and 5.35 p.m. Leave IIeidelberg-9 17 a.m, ; 1.47 and 6.17 p.m.

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TO PICK OUT FOUR CARDS ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

TO PICK OUT I"OUlt CARDS ASKEII) FOIR. Take the four aces, four kings, four quleensl , foulr kna?es, ltlld illso foulr of each-clllbs, spaldes, dililltonsls aind hearts. Let uls at lpresent call the aces islands. Now remlltllber this short story, of which tile cards will be the actors : "'There were isltulns. Itn these is lands twere dlialtonds. Queens went to get these diatonds, taking with tlhlell sipades. 'lThe kllitaes weLnt ftelr tihe llleelns to rob ithi'i of their dlil Itontds, taking with themn clubs. Tlhe kintgs, hearing of the knavites' illtei tiots, went after tilteim, taking with theln their stout hearts." III repeatinlg this story to thll oaudienice lilft up each lot of four cards Its their tlult comlles ill the Istory. Always laty the first four with their face to the palllmt of the halinld, Itlld place the following ott the tolp tlnd ftcinlg tihe samllle wiay. Now, deal tihe cards out is if to four play ers (one card at at tiute). Now lift the four lots, pIlteing each...

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KANGAROO GROUND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

KANGAROO GROUND1 SPORTS. Following we give the winners of the various events at the above-named sports held on the 6th inst.:-- ,. DISTRICT MAIDEN PLATE. 100 yards. G . Saltau, . 1. R. West... ... 2 A. Sloan and M. Kennedy also ran. 'BOYs' RACE. -Under 16. 100 yards, D. White ..,,... 1 1 r . J. M*Coll ., .:. 2 W. Charles .. ... 3 Nine started. HURnDLe RACE. 150 yards. First heat.-E.. Andrews, 1 : -W. Fahey, 2. Second heat.-0. White, l?' A. White, 2., Final. O. White, 19yds .:.: 1 A. White, 17yds ... 2 E. F. Andrews, lyd.+3 The other runners in this race were : -M. Dillon lyd, W. G. Lowen Gyds, J. M. Fahey yde, N. H?aghteon yde, PONT Haoir JUHP. For poeies 13.2 and under. A. Irish's Rocket ... 1 0. White's Janet ... 2 Height cleared-4f6 S3in. Six competed. OrPSN HANDICAP. 130 yards. First hed.-N. Haughton, 9yde, I W. Fahey, 7yds, 2. Second heat.--*C. Hcffernan, 18yda, 1; J. A. Dohat, 16yds, 2 ; G. Speers, Gyds, 3. *0. Heffernna was disqualified for not sending in :.correet performana...

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THE DEAF HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

Tas DIAP Hf EAR.-No. 33 of The Illus. trated. Wo,ld of 626. Chiswiek High Ilnad, London, W., England, contains a description of a Remarkable Cure for Deafness and Hentd Noises which may be carried out at the patient's home, and Which is said to be a certain are. This number will be sent free. to any dleae person sending their address to the Editor.

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TRICKS WITH CARDS. A NEW CARD TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

TRICKS WITH CARDS. --0?--· A NEW CARD TRICK. Here is "a card trick which 1 have failed -tofind in any 'books. I:had tit many yealrs ?ago front an 'Aericanl soldier who fought in the Civil War and I,give it to you for what it is worth. .1 think it cluerI' .L ihaville often. asked lllathenlatLiciaiis to ex plain it, but they all,give it up. The t:lick is a simple one.' You take any siit of cards from tile pack itlld arralnge thellml face tip' in thie fol I?dwing order--3,' 8, 7, ace,"king, '6, 4i, '2,' tilell, '' kna\v ,c '10, '', 5 'Lift \the suit anrd turn it, laying down-thu clards fro'11 'tihe buc?llk wheill *rovlUrsled: iou i take vthu 'top cal'd aI t, tile back' tnld:tsayr'" O;". andyplaceu itat: thl.., b'ottomlll. :'rkeitlo !nelxt v?i c'ld -a?diid say "N," andtl aglili" lay'itiatlthe. bottom ; ,say :'E,'.landl r lay sit ,once 1more at the bottomll-thlat isON.E. fl'he- fourth card you ithrow out. fit 'is ithe '!olio"-- the,acc. " Continue -with tile "TI'W O": in thesamne ;way' t...

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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

ght Duetl @bsarm, Published Every Fridaey Alornit?q. FRIDAY, MIARlCH 20, 1903, We are given to understand that signatures are being canvassed for a petition drawn up by residents of Oreensborough for an alteration in the Sresent time of the train service to lthanm as far as regards the morning train to Melbhorne and the afternoon train to Eltham, the prayer of the petitioners being that the train start an hour earlier from Eltham and an hour later from AMelbourne, and we take this opportunity on behalf of the great balk of the residents of the districts in terested, and especially those living at Panton Hill and Queenstown, of strongly protesting against the pro posed alteration. We fully under stand that if the tinim was altered as proposed it would suit a few people living near the stations whose buti nesses or occupations are in Melbourne, and probably it would be an induce. nent to others to reside in tihe district, hnt an hour earlier in the morning, and especially in winter, w...

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WOULDN'T BE ANY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

WOULDN'T BE ANY. It was on a trip from Illackpool to thou slo of .Mall, when the steamcer rolled ntl pitclhed il thet wav\'es, that l'holly addrhtessed hls drear plall Wolly. "letllh boy," he groulted, at the enid of his lhtlr half-houlr of shtip boartl, I''1' kicking the bucket.. P'ominise ine you'll send lly relline Aolollo to lly ipeople I " A ieconti halttf-hour luused. "J)ehlll Iby," In floehi' Iaccnts ItoantIII Cholly, 'don't trouble noui(11tt ity rellal?s, 'lihero won'tt be anyity' A cer?lltin pollicetlllall wti ont i 11 a y' I ) on1 duty, n-111 hlppening to sel, it ptlnlo-gh( e window of t hlIRge Ibli es slhopI brll'Oken, he Ilnquirhed tlhe cause. Wh1en told he wallkitl Into the itshop allnd exallloined the lIld,, nlld tlhen iltld to the tmlnaltgerl : " Ji'tl;o oIl both sidet. I Itatiher sa?oitus I " Information for tttt i)tturt (a litn ptrhld by n lhmilnghtlll 40nla1 In lr Inllld, who ngi't)\,I (h1 ' lillh? ilnl ulnL I IIIIl I it 0 11.11(1 ie lr til hM tollt) It' it tint 11...

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COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

OOURTS,. Courts willbe held driQ The Year 19l3i t the undermentloned pl'ceg'6? tael 'damys,, at the hours, and on te- dates herelhiftter respectirely set ont, via.:- ; ame of Court bay o Feb March April May, June July Augtust Set Oct Nov Dec Heidelberg .' ý. Monday . 10 2, .3± 2 ,23f ,27!t 4. 21 22!1, 6, 270j 3,24't 14, 285t 26t '2s3" 2It Anderoono Creels oSadd y .. 11. 0; 11: a jl 3 10 7 12 ''rl6ý 7° " t .? . T.een a . 1 " , , .r. d I 3 1 0 8 20, 27 20, 27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17 4 21, 28*t 5* 23 30t. 2 *t ll,, .ul. Thursday 2i 35 26°! 6 31I "8 5 eRtree Gully:i Wedneedy g 2h 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 18 Y Warburton . Satr day... 10 21- 21 18 16-- 13 11 8 5 8,31 28- 10 "'Police Magfiai'raie' dsits,. j~ Liin.,long xowido'o Courts. 2Ci e of Courts. ·;Clerk of Courts.

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MR. PAUL DE CASTELLA DEAD. THE PIONEER WINEGROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

MR. PAUL DE CASTELLA DEAD. THE PIONEERI WINEGROWER. The news of the death of Mr Paul 'F ederick de Castells, which took place .s as murdiay,after'ie ser itis ; will be heard with 'great regret by his many friends. Mr Castelle was in town on Friday afternoon (says Monday's Argus) and left the Melbourne Club in the afternoon jo walk to his residence, Fairlie-house, South Yarra, where he has resided for some years. When he arrived there he complained of pains in his back. Medical aid was summoned, but Mr de Castella's condition grew more alarming during the night, and 'he died at half-past 8 en Saturday morn ing of heart failure. Mr Castella was born at Neuchatel, Switzerland, on May 22, 1827, and was consequently in his 76th year at the time of his death.. He 'came to M1el bourne in 1849, and in 1850' hepur. chased the Yering Station from Mr William Ryrie, where. he resided for over 43 years. Mr de Oastellaand his' brother, Mr Hubert de Castella, were the pioneers of the wine industry...

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