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ONLY THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
ONLY THIS. At a recent meeting of American flishops, a Imensure was propos(d and explained by ito originator, but with much incohlerenno that nobody under atoo(d it. A soeonld splnkaor then e~ianyed to make the Iatlter clear, but in Iia eflorta only darklnt d it. Whlen ho hnd linished, Ilishop lDen jliuini ,Smith, of Klientuleky, tried to ex plain Lthe iislltition, ndi also the eixplani. tions. lvt'liing thnt Ihn had failed, he maid - " Iiibhop W\\illiams an inil. Whnt hns ihe to one ablt it II?" " ()ly this." iaid thi1 wilty old llishop of ('on ?ctit?l, , plrtly llruphra - lug thn- i$oripturns, " that ' the Li mews of Ielljintlin ws fonuld to e gr?alor thlin th Ilrull* oIf an Ly of his hr lit.lrs', " IerIly: I Iove oiLi i lettaw thtl iIi lIl' aw lilf! I o'ef ly I awt do! ILh.ol: Ah, Ietrdy! !hti h ' do I kIl w biu, thit yvo i1"14 o, e of L ho , I b |. nl o or 1nna1on1111 1111ort of menll , who vII' their linov at unlght, P " I1fre'u a nxiamplh of how inliliailr IIly lInrda onti 'le...
SUDDEN RELAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
SUDDEN RELAPSE. " He's a mean man," was the earnest comment ; " a mighty mean man." " \hat has occurroAl P " " I was explaining to him my succ.ss in del onsltrating the power of mind over nuatter. I was telling him how I hiad brought nly will and my intellect to bear u)pon a corn, and how I had sub jugated the ,dlusion :called pain, when Ile deliberately stepped on my footl "
A ONE-SIDED AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
A ONE-SIDED AFFAIR. Smith : What's the trouble with Brown and his wife ? They are always quarrelling. Jones : Oh. it's the old, old story. Each declares the other is at fault. Smith: Well perhaps they are both at fault. Each should make an allowance for the other. Jones: But that's impossible. You see, Brown hasn't got a laemuy of his own, while his wife is quite wealthy. She, makes him an allowanrce of six dollaraa week,and her refusal to increase it is at the bottom of the trouble.
ALL THE IDOL'S FAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
ALL THE IDOL'S FAULT. The recent East Indian famine. has had some comic features. In Aurunga bad the priests were paid to pray for rain and did so day after day, but the rain failed to appear, though very costly processions were organised. At last the people became angry,threw the gods into the rubbish he:ap and blocked up the entrance to the templeh with masses of thorns as a penalty for keeping the fields dry. It's just as well for a Hindoo god to attend to business if he intends to keep his job.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
A poll of the ratopayers opposed to 'th.. shie council's proposal to borrow a sums of £2000 for the purpose of erecting a unew hire hall and offices, took place at the three polling booths in thd Shire of Hoalesville on Ft iday, lOil inst. ' As it was only incumbent upon those who wore opposed to the council's action to vote, there was but little excitement in the vicinity of the local shire ball on the day, as it was conimron ly.known that every ratelpayer who put in an appearance at the booth did so with a set purpose. Front early morn the oppositionists to the scheme record ed shoir votes against" monicipal extra. vagoincs" (?) with a determination that was'convincing, and long before the hours for polling had ceased, it was known that the council's scheme had been " knocked into tie proverbial cocked hat.". After the result of the poll locally had been announced by Mr 'ryors, deputy ratusrning oflfcer, things relaxed into their old grove, and con tontmeont reigned supreme at the...
CASH DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
CASH DONATIONS To general fund and for special prizes: Sir Rupert Clarke .. . £10 0 0O S. W. Gibson, Esq .... .. 6 6 0 B. Goss, Esq. ... .. 6 6 0. A. B. Trotman, Esq.... 4 0 0 M. J. S. Gair, Esq., M.P. (Pres.) 3 3 0 E. I. Cameron, Esq., M.P. ... 2 2 0' Foy and Gibson ... ... 2 2 0 E. T. Apps, Esq. .... ... 2 2 t0O Adamson and Strettle ... 2 2 0 C. Draper, Esq., Shire President 2 2 0 R. G. Wilson, jun., Esq. ... 2 2 & C. Andrew, Esq. ... 2 2 2 A. White, Esq., Kangaroo Gd.... 1 10 0" Thos. Brunton, Esq., M.L.G;.. 1 1 0 R. HarperEsq., 1.11.1 ... 1 1 0. J. Stone, Esq. :.. ... 1 1 0 S. Jelfrey, Esq. ... .. 1 1 0 Thos. Nicholson, Esq. ... 1 1 0 John Mason, Esq. (Treasurer)... 1 I 0 Joseph Mason, Esq. 1 1 0t W. Timme, Esq. ... ... 1 1 0' W. A. M'Farlane, Esq. ... I 1 0O W. J. Baird, Esq. ... ... 1 1 0, D. B. M'Oreg.r, Esq.... ... 1 1 0 , Shamrock Brewery ... .. 1 0 Mrs F. Daniels,Morang ... I 1 0 J. Clark, Esq. ... ... 1 I O Davis and Steel ... . I 1 0 J (Everest, Esq., J.P. .... 1...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
OIBITUARY. ---o We regret to record the death of Mr William Henry Dugdale, which took place at his late residence, Queenstown, early oe Friday morning lust, after an illness of some considerable time. Deceased wae 33 years of age, of ino physique, and up to a year or so hack was the personification of health and strength. Some time back he was kicked by a horse in the side, and also met with one or two other accidents, which caused an internal complaint from which he died. Deceased, who was a native of the place, leaves a wife and little daughter thaving married Miss Ileatrice Smith, daughterof M:r IRobert Smith, about L years ago), for whore great sympathy is expressed by a large circle of friends. The funeral took place on Sunday after. noon last, when a very long procession followed the remains to the iplace of later. meat, the Quernstown Cemetery, testifying to the respect in which the deceasel was held. The service for the dead was co.n ducted by Mr Thomas Mlurray, and the Oddf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
School District No. 141, North Riding, Shire Eltham. S ITOTI1CE is hereby given that an hEletion aof Five (5) persuns to act as tvemlher of the Ploant of Advice for the above named '?hooli District will be held on the 20TH NOVEbtlBIR. and that the 5Th NOVEMBKIt has been fixed as the Day of Lemont Nomination. Nomination papers must be Zinnla delivered to me at Kangaroo Ground before bads V Four o'clock p.m. on the 4th November. JOHN BELL, 2 Returning Officer. iasphe Kangaroo Ground, 24th October, 1902. Medical Notice. S - lotels DR, GORDO PHILLIPS,Ter LI .C.P., T.ond. I,.l.C.S., oEng., L.SA., Lond All Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, e AT Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Groantd (if Instructed a Belei delberg before II a.m.) Every Friday VICT ATRI Greeosborough, 1.301 o 2 p.m. M Oiamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. Fron S Of Heidelberg, ?ITS- Er.Tau, Tuesdays, 12 noon. G HsnEssanomouoe, Tuesdays, 2.301 p.m DIAuMoND Ca.utx, Fridays, 3 p.n. OR, J, T CHAPMAN YARRA G...
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
FATAL ACCIDENT. On Sunday evening, the 12th. inst., a young muan nlatued Matthew OCahill, a native of Collingwood, aged 27 years, whilst riding a spiritrd horse at Panton Hill, met with an accidunt by being thrown from his horse on td the hard road near the Hotel Do Franci. Several persons witnessed the accident including Mr W. Apted, and as Cahill failed to rise after his fall, tthe onlookers picked himn up and found him to be in an uncousecios state and carried him into the Hotel, Inid him out on a mattress, and bathed his head with cold water; hut as he failed to improve a oessnenger was seat fortlthd police, slid Canstable Kllelher, with Mr Edwin Iloward, conveyed him to the Mel bourne Hospital, arriving there at 4.15 o'cloeck the following morning. lie was still alive, but never regained counciousnese. The medical stall at the Institution considered him to be in a critical condition and decided to per. form an operation on him, bhat h died during the same day. An inquest was ho...
WHITTLESEA [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
W WHITTLESEA (Pox OUR OWN CORtRESPOnnrNT.) On Tuesday evening, the 7th inst., at Mr John Danial's Royal Mail Hotel, a valedictory social and presentation I was tendered to Mr, T. Rapley by i friends and members f tile Whittlesea i - ·2ticcfhrll1ink_,Mrlr.. rJ e b 6 nee,,.; I'll wait-yeanrs aln years?. " I minan you don't care for -thnt I haven't got n fortune " 1 like you better. Tom. , S.......Jorat.'."3iYap .tlhe eSiple ats SconIhected with the club for a number of yeare; and last season filled the position of captain with credit to him self and the club. He is leaving Whittlesea for Western Australia and was mode the recipient of a handsome travellinig bag, presented on behalf of the club by M. L. Hutchinson, Esq., Vies.President. After the presentation the health of the guest was proposed by the Chairman. bir Rapley briefly responded. Songs and recitations,wern indulged in, and a very enjoyable even. ing was spent. The annual tea and publio meeting in connection with the local P...
LIEUTENANT WITTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
LIEUTENANT WITTON. TO THE IDITOR OF'TlRU EVELYN OBSERVER. - Sir,--I wish at the earlisot possible moment to correct a misapprehension relative to the petition nlow on foot for thie release of oy brother, Lieutenant Wittun. 'The petition referred to (and now already signed by over 30,000 persons), is still In course of signs. toro to all the Sctatos, and has never been completed, aud,of course, has o?n yet been presented.to Ilis Majesty. I Somine confusion has arisen owing to the fact that aiprivate petition, signed only by the parents And other relatives of Lieuten. asot Wittou-10 persons in all-.was sent to Entgland prior to the Coronation, anld it is this private, limited, and informal request that has been refused. That refustl will, I hope, only make more evideut the necesst ty of a united appeal on the part of tile Aus tralians inl the form now il cirellntation, and which, I trust, will son be supported by such a numboer of signatures as to have weight, eith lthe Advisers of th...
An Obstacle To Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
An Obstacle To Beauty. To a pretty girl, or handsome young man, pimples are on abomination. To have perfect features spoiled by little red blotches all over the face is exceed ingly annuyins. to say the least, yet .ria .... JhI mean by paying yourtillli' 1 r the ecausr 1Couldn't you as easily ha tilter all?' I them O ft me ro itlhout any ' . Bills," cried Mr. IMillsol ,7: . .L d,i .l l :a.er. day are troubled siore or less with this complaint, which by the way, cannot be treated properly by the use of cos. maetic as we will explain :-Pimples, face sores, &c., are caused by the impure matter contained in the blood striving to escape from the system. The skin contains thousands of little blood vessels very minute in size which are called capillaries: when one or two of these are stopped up by foreign par ticles in the blood, a pimple is the result. On the pimple coining to a head, this refuse matter is squeezed out, the capillary heals, and in a day or two all trace is removed...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
Tn I~ii AY II cAlL.-Nn. 114 of 'The Illa. Irotbd handrll at IU, Iik.wick High It il, IInndon, 11'., lcnglan, cnlltl wrlo It nicl n lud 1 or n Ih'It(IthlI cove fr I trflcr slid (lend Noitcc whici maly ho taried lilt itt tih! Iulnttiet bllilil, andl witch IM crii to tip it CFe.11nin cure.L 1'11III1I)(1 nubrwill ho but froC iii "lit pcreun bendtatig thicr itdlrete to the Editor.
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
ELTHAM. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) On Sunday last. the 19th instant, Sister Mary (Miss Lockwood) held two meetings in the Eltllem Rechahite Hall at 4 30 and 8.30 p.m. respectively. The afternoon meeting was poorly attended, but a large number of both young people and old assembled in the evening, and were mach interested in Miss Sutherland's noble " Work for the Little Waits"which was ably advocated and clearly explained bIy Sister Mary. Or W. J. Taylor presided at the after noon meeting and the Rev T. W. Davis at the evening meeting, and they ren dered good assistance hoth by word and deed. The collection amounting to £2 9s (on the whole) was satisfactory, but tihe meetings came at rather an inoppor tune time as there had just been several other special calls for monetary seals tance. Sister Mary expressed her sincere thanks to the Chairmean and all others who had rendered her any assistanee. The anniversary of the Eltham Methodist Sunday School was very successfully celebrated ...
CHRISTMAS HILLS CRICKET CLUB. CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
CHRISTMAS BILLS CRICKET CLUB. CONCERT AND BALL. A concert and hall was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Christmas Hills. on Friday evening last, in aid of the funds of the local cricket club, and was one of the most successful ever held in the district. Mr Thos. Young occupied the chair. For the concert an alluring programme attracted a idrle nand representative audience, which was ?iirmly appreciative without being boisterously demonstrative. The programme was for the most part composed of senti. mental songs. and as the vocalists were selected for thuir known artistic ability, lovers of good singing had a treat which they apparently enjoyed to the utmost. The following is the programme :-Part I. Overture, Miss J. Sloan; song, " When the heart is young," Miss W\V. Charlton ;song, " The Guardship," ?Mr A. Sloan I recitation, "Short-sighted Daisy Dalton," Miss Olire 9nowdcn it song, " When the hair grows whiter," Mr F. Holding a song, "A Dolly and a Coach," Miss G. Sloan ; song, " T...
RESEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
RESEARCH. Extracts taken from the children's com. positlion on "Sister Mary's Meeting":- A meeting was held in Research last Mon day evening for tilhe benefit of the little waif. and strayas in \ls Sutherland's Lomo aister Mary is acting as Mies Sutherland's agent and sl holdings meetingsat in most of :he towns and villages of Victoria. The school was crowded, many friends from Kangaroo Oround being in attendance, and a very enjoyable evening was spent. COuncillor John Bell, J.P., of Kangaroo Qrontnd, eoupled the chair, and in Ihis re. tinrks spoke of the good work done by Mine Sutherland. sister Mary told her aullence about the little waifs, and iow they are looked after In thle home. Mr Cole tad Mins DtCey kindly took the troublle to orrtngingl the trogrannnme, whichl contaitned nelarly twenty itetms, which were pleasingl.t rendered by the school children. '1'ih collection amouanted to £2 lis 4 , whlich wao consaldered very good by all, and esnpeclillc biy Slster Mary, who was del...
KINGLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
KINU LA KE. Siater Mnry held a, meeting at the ICIng. lake Iall on the 12th hlst., when theo 'ollowillg roglraito wea gone throughI: lpeulllng hymlln, "Ollwntnorll.ahriil nI sohliers," ,nllene I Lord's P'rayer I chlnirman' ad Irei, J. I lIlenl, lEnis., J.P', I duet, " There were nnllety and nin that alfily lay," hirs liiindl Ir ouwrr I sll, " Toll olither I'll hl here," MIr II. Whelptn; odd reurii ohi l?iI nlliihrllldl'a Work, nl?n ainol, 111 \Wui lmenle 'umineollr the chihlrol," lnster Mery oilletllln token by Air 'Thloinon andl Mr 'l*eislh, 1l 71 9 1 I 1 iloI, " (ount your leaoing"," Mics Sharp ;adldress by Ireshlent Slthl lllSil of IClthamr (; LCoiIrlllor Lawre?y)1 lsing hymni , "oion of iny nool 'I Il"enBiollo slling hiymns, anol Mrs lHIry Whelptlli lonyld the ec!oempanlliiilcts. Air A, liralu rllldll nronad the phoitoi of MIse 1lllhur. anlld's Work,
KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 October 1902
KANGAROO GROUND. The monthly meeting of the Kanga roo Ground Band of Hope was held in the local church on Wednesday evening last, when there was a fair attendance. The President (ir, Burns) presided, and in opening the meeting mentioned that Sister Mary (Miss Lockwood) was present and that the collection would ba handed to her on behalf of Miss Satherland's Homes. Sister Mary sang two solos in splendid voice, and also gave an interesting address; giving an account of her visit to Mount Gambier, South Australia, as well as numerous instances of the rescue work, and exhibited photos, of some of the waifs who had linen saved from starvation and death. Sister Mary stated that since taking up the work she had collected over £900. The address was very attentively listened to. The principal item on the programme was a dialogue given by several young ladies and gentlemen of Kangaroo Ground, all of whom acquitted them. selves very creditably. 'The dialogue went to picture the misery and trou...