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A GREAT DEBT PAID. An Example to Follow. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
A GREAT DEBT PAID. An Example to Follow. Aa nanpaid debt is a thing to avoid. There is sense of insecurity whilst the shadow of a debt proerhangs ,one. Th'ere are, however, various kinds of debts. Legal debts, debts of honour, and debts of gratitolde.. Mr Chris. topher iiannana of Spring'Gtill', Victoria, has just repaid such a debt.:''M:oreover, in older that there should.be no smiconception in thle minds of anyone that what hbe says is not fact, absolute anti' bure, his statements have ceen confirmed by his two close neigh. bours, lessrs Andrew ,Hannan and John MlLenonn. Mr Christopher Hannan, writ. ing to the proprietors of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, says, " I will do my best to repay what I think is a great debt I owe you. Five years ago I was taken very ill. So bad did I become that for over four years I could not follow my occupation. A doctorin Bendigo. said that I eould never hope to work again, I was weary, worn out' and completely debilitated. T'he doctor said it wasan ...
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
"STImKIN TtonlTIttic mTf Ar. RIIOOTS ar WEAr t in."--The friendship betweon man ando man which tlml n e them to stiek to. gmther In onl nolrt of wreathr Is a friendlhip worth having. In thmi' of prosperity anme of ut rnn hardly dltltinulsh o. friend of this kindt from one of the other Port. But let Ihe Ntotin ollm ptothrl m l w? e Iooih know who the tou i'lndt I,. Aond when the nloulr, of sihk ein, iother shout 0n we tlrn iuitiurnlly nid nsltln llo'ely to IIollolwni v'l ills unit ()inmntl,. They nrio Ih only frlnnlds who.e rintdmmmhip in wnorth a rap atl i'ii Ilome'. Wei ,ioiw it. uit we turn nto themi eotthlent In t?h Inowinldge ihat they will restore us to itoeo t.
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
OLOSIE EAUSONS FOR PAME. CAUTION. The subjoined Tnble, ?howlng the Close Seasons for Game, Is publisahed for glenerlt Informnatlot. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. 1'PIIII-WIIOLE YEAIt. All Australian Fainm,, with tlhe exceptionl of snakes, In Nutioaltl Pt.rk tear WVilsan's Plsnomntorysll birden, except sparrows and their prodele (Illleldllng eggs), lttelope, lee enters, bhlntalrd or wild turkey, :itlfor • slnll quell, leer, tuitls, eplthilltu uras, fntt tulls, fly.cactl era, oreat kilguflherr or Ilagh. Ing jau?os,, grmuse, iblis, large greu kanlltroon (ntitIcropIitlus glttIIttis), great rel kanuaroos (mclsropos rufus), lyre-birdsl. olnegslte, nmaplie lark, tuatlr bears, owls, partrldlges, iptheauatts, pltatypu, podanrgut or mnpokes, rolelus, seals, losttherll stone pltiveorut eurlew, swallows, warblers, swhte wrane, wretu. 14th day of June to thle 20lh day of I)ecem* her i eachl year. IllraLNk swen, wild geese of all kllltls. llt day of Agultt i easlch year to thle last l...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
1 FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1890, and Prolomattions thIerentend, amendingl to date, are published for general Infornlalion. Section 15.-Any person fibhing with a net or fixed engine In any river, creek, or stream. or within suah distance front the mnout: thereof as may bte proclaimed by tihe Governor in Councll, shall he Ilable to ?t. penalty of not less t an £2 nor more p0mpt le Iil wa i.t Any lleri? \ll to dry land any net conlninild n --anll tie lialle to a penlalty of not less thani £2 nor more than £20. Section r20.-Any person knowingly tak. ing or assisting or attempting to takej any tLlei not.indligenins to Victoria, or any of such species, wi. hil three years after their introduction, or any fllrlther time plrocltimed. or having ilnadvertently taken such fihb and shall not forthwith return the same to tile water in whicl thley were captured, shall be lilllle to a penally of £20. Section 21.-Any person putting, attempt. Ing to ...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
A NEYWSPAPERI APL'PALf POleM, 'The following won the £200 prlce re cently ollfred lby a synicatlo of Atmerlin editors for Itht Ibet appeal poem to nIew jplaer eunhierltern to play utp their Iarretrs, I'hoe hiklcy and talented nuthor In the editor o thIe ?leody Moluatl in Colt a Liten of great wen oft remailt ue, (hroliait IIIeII w 't I)II tu II hI eilllklag n The morn Iwell wt O I h iere goe behind u, IOn Iur intl 1o110 unw 1erII I gl'(Ia ry, Ne ?w Pllo tihl lll lof dilllferel t l ll 1 lAnd won't pay uII wIha III dIIue, lThlll l llllt l11 Iu d llll dll ing, Or when Ill hu oW of whilter llrikge UI, Wu dhall have nuo pants at all.
NOTHING FURTHER SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
NOTHING FURTHER SAID. Iln i currliug? on ii cnlollr raitlwiy liLs a pulll r oIf .getlllern on tihe w11 y to buln. a~sli Inll (Ingtw. Uomnpicu?t1a in lho cum. pully were twLn--one tn till tui n I il Ita vory hall hond, lnd p lo lthu ier 1i y'o l. follow whi1 i great crop fl roIll hitr, whllite tlory hut IwIubl ()ilIlvail ithe nutting uin. lllhen Lll tnll tei~ir way nl tL of Ithe tiivelies pmt doll?n their lneeilI . ll e u It l' glill In i3,11 %'n tuti look lzily, unl itio l Ihtt tlgrlt l iof tIhe 111111 -It o t ith destn111 tnl ) . 1(Irori or hilt, IInul' nil t n t IInt tr iin i m uit' 1%htii t rii t r ht'it t l, tl IrV d t he i lt l 1l' t eui t he 111 A irtiig t iti i t iilil nilli e te lf w'''d, *---- --*-- ..
A STORY FROM MONTANA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
A STORY .FROM MONTANA: 'I happened"to be sitting, alone on a -,back :;porch :of ,a'Montana'huotel (writes',a traveller), 'when a cowboy 'rode-'out of 'the scrub and almost upon a man who was going the other away. ,Their. pistols weroe .ot ,and they-wero 'firoing -at eachi other in five seconds,,as ,a.result .both were brought-,to the :hotel +later. .It " got About -somehow 'that I"had' seen' the 'beginning. of 'the row.and could say which -man ,ilred' first, and :after an littlo:ewhile 'the ,Sheriff 'of Siliver Comity-sought me out andbsaid: SStiranger, was youngoin',to move on:to-morrer ? '' "I had= not-planned ito,"hI' replied. "But you ain't-tied hereo ? " "You'd -Jest 'as • soon, live 'a few weeks longer I tako' i`? " S"Yes;, :ad ,oven 'a few years longer." "!Then I'd - kinder movo . on by: the day-light train to-nuorrer. Nieedn't sweat' youi collahrovier it but jest move on and keep,goin' for a ,day or, two,"' :"Is this your; advice connected with tho'late shooting ? " I asked....
INSECTS AS WEATHER PROPHETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
INSECTS AS WEATHER PROPHETS. A great deal of our most popuilar weather lore is wholly superstitious, ascribing (i" phetic evitues to the weather of pat tieut.r days of the week, saints' dtays, and ra is to, tile movable feast dlays. Although it Iv n. . teresting enough in ils way, that kind - f weather lore can hardly bu taken (Pays t!O " Daily News ") as a reliable guide. It is from the habits and Instincts of atnil,+14, Sproperly observe(!, that we can learn h.i,:a weather wisdom of tile rcientlile h?i,t tn,; frum almost any other source; and, of all aboiaul, Iausects e anlongst the mao.t itnur osting to study in this connection. FORETOLD BY TUE BEE TRPIitE. Bees are excellent weather lprorpheL.Thoro is it common country saying that " a bee was never caught in a shower." When rain is ilmpending, bees do not go far afnield, but ply their labour in tile immediate neighhour. hood to their hives. This well authenti, ate' not is set forth in the Ihyme which tells us that When bees to d...
PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
PANTON HILL. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Through'ill:health the district, will. he losing the olblest resident teacher in the Cooisty of Evelyn (viz., 25 years) in the person of .IMr,, A.. Marris, of State School, Panton Hill, formerly of Christmas Hills, where he was head teacher for 23 years. Darin! his long stay .a' the Hills he occupied every position in church and Meeohanics' Institute; was secretary for both Pres byterian and Church of England, and led psalmody is each without any instrument for years. . When Yarra Glen was moving to get railway com sntnication with Melbourne it was Mr Morris (in conjunction with the late Mr J. Soyle) who did all the elerical work regarding statistics and petitions, etc.. Having been in the law for years it enabled him to be of use in many ways to the people both at.the Hill. and surrounding district in years gone hy. Mr Charles Allan Marris, who is new resident master at Ballarat College at £125. and rising, and who has been oflered £20 more to t...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may he 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 — 20 March 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endoring the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert comunolcations hearing upon topics of publie interest, which may he intellgently' expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's rLol name, not necessarily for publication,, but. as guarantee of good faith.:' ' TO THI EgD.TOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. Dear Sir,-I see by the report in your. paper that the President (Cr Draper) of the. Whittlesea Shire Council, in reply to the deputation, re GOoernment grant for Yea. road, said that it-was. rather late and that; the suggestlons should have been made!. before. Well, sir, the suggestions had been made before, a' large party from Kinglako' meeting three councillors with their sur-" veyor. (Mr. Lockwood) and particularly' pointing out the desirability of doing away' with the very steep grades; and as only' three of the members of the Council turned; up'that day, a deputation, of which I was a member, waited on the C...
WHITTLESEA S.S. V. KINGLAKE WEST AND SCRUBBY CREEK S.S's. (COMBINED). [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
WBIT'TLESEA S.. V. 'KINGLAKl WEST AND CRIUBfBY CIREEK .8's. (COMBINED). The above match was played at Wblittle. sea on Saturday, 14th March, and resulted In a rather easy wiu for the local boys (who played really good cricket) by a wickets. Mr toss (II.T. Whittlesea) aid his scholars kindly provided an excellent lunch for the teams and Mr it. Scott kindly sup. plied the fruit. The following are the scores: COMBINRED TRAM. First Inninlgs Bavlngton, b Bourko ... ... O' Scott, b Bourke... ,.. . I., Pearce, b Bourke ... ... Wilson, o Carey, Owens " O. Joyce, b Bourke 1 Tweedle, and b Owens. ... 0 Pollard, ,b Owens ... ... ..I W. Joyce, b lourke ... ... 9 Jingles, C, b Owen ,, .. 1 AIl'Pheraon, e, b Owens... .... Edwards, not out .. . Sundries ... ... 1., 1 Bowling Analysls, Bourke, 5 for to0 Owens, 5 for II. Second Innings. BDavingto, e, b 11. Owens 0 Pearce, a, b Owens ,l ... 0 Wilson, c and b Owens ... ... I G. Joyce, c and b Owens .., Tweedle, no out ,,, , Pollard, c, b Carey .,, .. ...
A CONVICTION QUASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
A CONVIOTION QUASIED. -o At the Melbourne Court of General' Sesalons on tih 13th ilnt., Janes Sumnmergreene and John M'Oaeb (who, had ben cenvicted by tie Eltham Benoh enme time ago, the former for carrying on the business of a hawker and peddler without being licensed in that behnlf, and the latter with aiding and abetting, and were fined £10 and £5 repecotivuly) " drove up in their chariot' and appearod before Judge Chomley as appelllant g ntinut their conviotions. Mr. Iorlongo alpeared on thlir behalf, and M1r. Weadey for the Crown. After vitlunce l hd been given in euppurt of the convictiont, Mr Forlongq erlgtel nd a od ontendod that Sumntorgreenu wae a hllhpkeeplr wl1It., In the tirlnl of the neL ani did ( t1Hobt relqire a liceene, and thnt M'Cale could not he an aitir and abettor, but Judge ('Jihonbly f(iinIl ugaelt hil oit hiuis plntllt 1 hbut upon MAl r A*ollnge raieing ntiothier p|int that there Was cO uvidlence a to the , rrege of lhie gtode, Ila Iliitnr dtieded in I I'enr...
THE GORDON INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
THE GOIuDON INSTITUTE. Dear Sir,-Knowing that your paper has. a wide cre ulation amongst farmers,I write. to ask your kindly, co-operation in reaching, the err of those who may be in want of extra help such as a boy can learn to give. Here, in Melbourne, at the Gordon lusti tute, we have more poor boys wanting employment' than we can arrange for. Usually, theapplications for boys to learn and assist with farming have averaged ten to every boy available, but this year, owing to the drought, whole districts are closed to us in which were many of our best homes. On making application to the Gordon Institute for a boy the would-be employer receives a printed agreement form, on receipt of which, when filled up, signed and wit nessed by clergyman or magistrate, arrange ments are at once made to supplya suitable boy-wuages being at from os 61 per week according to capability and experience. Those still under age and able to attend school regularly.receiro finreturn;tfor, .ihelr.; services ...
ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
ALLEGED) 8TIEEP STEALING. On Runnday tut, h.IttheMl alot~, (onitnahl, Kelluher arrieted three Inca, viz, Williamt IHenry Haii iPaoII, UeOc1 Alfred Inweoti, and 8dlb Oi ll, remidonlta of \\V ou'iiic (i;rik, on a ClliRt. (or ctonliiig a t (tnh, ltho lopern7 of ViilliiMm ltohurL Joyoc, of idloitlia (hully, aud tiluy wirte Ilndodjc In til ol tlcl. They wire lii ought huefoir' U. 8i VI'In iru e, lea1 I .I. vI' I thle EItIi aii l(buil hII folloiwhi day mutu intie re melded tic),ly ir 1.i tv Iliiii IJr, it, iii. I tii cin, '(iii gcueccd well, emcntil' to tiei )eloluulii Uayl (iat, Whouutin idg.
A REMARKABLE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
A REMARKABLE PIG. A\ onwly illhn''ll lady, hliu I''e'llly p hlsnd itl'hl frut,, Gilrton Utills:.,. i lii,, vrluy wtll Ipt.'dir (it tit l h ou,1 s hi I ial II r1Pr. huli i' t h,1t? r ml' ?ro('ilr II l 1 ongP "I blr nght i Lhr'$,Ta f)u tr mIII. (ii n II contlle l IIIatill) h4 ~II u ) llIn I, y w) rl',9 Verl'y li rlle, It.q : tl I.III, 111 lly l 1)1ll,1 hlll, (I~ l j'? |fnrc Ill' lll' ): 1 1( 1) Y o. li'lll h ''q l 11 '.(, 1 trf)H' llll l?:;!~1 IIlli1lll IIP Ihq1' l'q ',* ? 1 " 'lti e I'll gl n nli' It hliii iii thrl ,
PANTON HILL V. KANGAROO GRD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
PANTON HILL V. KANGAROO GRD. This match, which was commenced the previous Saturday, was finished last Saturday afternoon on the Panton Hill cricket ground, and resulted in the home team giving the visitors an unmerciful beating. E. Spry scored heavily on both days, compiling no less than 180 in the second innings, and consequently winning the prize for highest individual score daring the season in the competition. W. Spry and W. Plunkett also bsatted well aind made goad scores. Kangaroo Ground were handicapped in being short. handed both days, batting two men short in the first innings and four men short in the second. Following are scores: PANTON HILL. Firs Innin • . pry, sub, b G. pers ... W. Plunketr, o Pidoto, b G. Speer E. Spry, c, b French... ... 6 S. Cracknell, b 0. Speers ... 0 P. Plunkett, b J. Speers ... 0 H. Howard, b French - 1 A. Cracknell, b.Topping ... a0 E. Borelli, b Topping ... J. Carter, c, b French ... 6 F. Howard, not out .. 0 W. Wells, b Topping ... 0 Sundries ...
SEEING A GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903
SEEING A GHOST, A credulous clown went to the clergy. moan of hli parisllh and told him, with great symptoms of consternatlon, that he had seen a ghost. " Whero did you eve it P" was Lth qluestion. " Why." sald Digg.,ry, " us I wetr going, and plerno your reverence, by tlh church, rigLht on agnli tihe waoll, I ie the liholt.." In what sHhape did it lplpear r" For aill Lit(, wcrl like it great idon key. (lo Ihome and holdi your longue," Sold the eihrergynt, " for you iare n imhll errillure, sind hiavei only hin friglhtenedll by your own shadow."