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CRICKET. BOURKE EAST V. EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
CRIOKET. a _ . p BOURKE EAST V. EVELYN. .On Monday, the 16'h inst., the A annual cricket match between Bourke c East and Evelyn took place at Whit- C tlesea and resultel, after.s hard fight, in a win for Evelyn by. 25 rtus. TIh'e feature of the day's piy was' the sples. did batting pirfornian.c of V. COrey, who made 103 runs by a splendid exhibition of batting, and that in spite of splendid bawling backed up by first class fielding. The innings was only marred by one chance, when it was thought he was caught'but behind the wickets, hbut otherwise. no chance was given until he was bowled by M. Bassett, W. Cook hatted well for 63, as also did E. Green for 37 (not out), J. Morris 25, and J. Cox 24. The bowling speaks for itself. The scores were as follows: BOURKE EAST. Partington, c M. Bassett, b Edmonds 1' W. bi'Intosh, b Edmonds ... 4 V. Carey, b M. Bassett ... 103 C. Howell, b H .Green 0 F. Starling, a Christian, b Edmonds 3 R. Gilding, c Mills, b Green 0 H. Andrews, run out 7 J. Ro...
TUNNEL CAMP ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
TUNN'EL" OAMP ANNUL SPORTS, In connnotine with these sports held on St. Patrlek's 1)4y, we now give the nalttme of the winners of the events whiuh took place after our represents. tie, left, and were not reported in our last ssue :- TILTxIN AT RInO, E. Brennen ... 1 Five entries, - TRowsno rAT WOKrsT, J, Murphy and T. Stone divided, Fifteen entries, 1Re Woodohop, a protest wee entered againstt W, :F , all, who oho ped seond (W, Brudunell Ilng first), on the gr'ind tItl th be had given hII In. oorrect porfnrgatences, The protest was uphold, flall disqualtlfed, and W. Rutty given eounltd mloneny, andl If, Onventry third' The neelting was a finanolal sucoeso,
DIAMOND CREEK V. ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
DIAMOND CREEK V. ARTSeUR' OKCEICK. This match was played on the Arthur's Creek ground on the 14th and 21st inst., and resulted in a win for Diamed Creek after a keen aend excit ing, though friendly, contest. The Diamond had one bantama missing on the second day. The most noticeable events in the play were the scores of W. Cook 40 and N. Elmoads 13 and 19 for Diamond Creek. For Arthur's Orrek the best scores were M. Bassett 11 and Erskine Bassert 11 in the 1st i•nings and F. Bassett 15, D. Christian 12 and W. Christian 11 in the second innings. Owing to excitement the fielding tf'the winners was somewhat loose at times, though three or four excellent catches were made. F. Orsae bowled well, obtaining 9 wickets for 51 runes. Following are the scores : DIAMOND CREEK. First Innings. Harrlngton,c.';b Ere. Basset ... I A. Edmoods, run out..- ... ... Orme, c, b irs. Bassett ... ... 2 Cook, b M. Bassett .... ... 40 Wehb, b ,[. Bassett .. ... 4 C. Lawrey. e, b M. Bassett ... 7 S. Edmonds, ru...
BOURKE-EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. FINAL ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
BOURKE.EVELYN CRICKET TI ASSOCIATION. FINAL ROUND. Diamond Creek win first honours. Arthur's Creek and Arthur's Creek 'Central play off for the second and third places. The last round in the above compe tition was began on Saturday, the 14tit and continued on the 21st inst. The matches according to the draw were Arthur's Greek verses Diamond Creek, Whittlesee v. Greensherough mad Arthur's Creek Centrals v. Upper Diamond. Only the mateh between Archers Craek and Diamond Creek wasee playbd, Greensboroegh and the~entrals getting a walk.over. The following table shoie how the clber stood at the end of the cempeti ion.., Ten matches were played. Diamond Creek ... 7 1 3 1 Arthur'sCreek ...! 4 i 4 i 2 : Centrals ... " 4 is Upper Diamond Ck.I 4 6 Greenaborough ...: 4 s : , Whittleeesa . s i 7 6. Arthur's Creek and the Centrals have arranged to play off for second and third places on Saturday nerxt, the 28th inst., on the Diamond Creek Recreation Reserve, starting at 10 a.e. A very keen cont...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
J. T, MACKEY, JUNR, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal Place (off Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 years m~ianactorlng for Ioile and 'Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Melbourne MIarAts). The enly legitimate Produce Merchants Is the District. L ARGE supplies always on and of the following :D Bone Dust superphosphate (Oumming, Smith& Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed ' Tarlarian, Algerian, Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata germ, less than lMelbourue prices Chaff, Hay, Bras, Pollard, Straw Barley Rice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt S*eed Maize, Garden Seeds. - lverythlng in theas LINE ONLY kept to AGENT fer he celebrated -. alvltls. A call ll sil ecoainee everybody. S. H. W. PITHE R, EIL.TDALEI.E Pomeroy &o.Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patedt) UTtBT7I AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FI)IREST DEVILA, Are still to the fore. Cacnot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultnral Implements, eo. Bost workmanship. Wab...
TROUBLES IN A HEAP SUCCESSFULLY OVERCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
TROUBLES IN A HEAP B-UU LLY-JVlERCOMIE. " When troubles come, they come not ainltrehanded." "Tie an old Raylng, but a true one. flow dificult it often st too, to endeavouring to avoid each successive tronhle not to jump into more that are even greater than the first. This was what Mr David Dunne, of 396e xford.ntreet, Pad. dinlton. Rydney,fnund himself dning. First he .uffered for a number of nears with kidney and liver troubles. Unahln to ohtain relief, which hle mooeht at the hands of more than one doctor. hI rapiily sank into a corn. pilhatlnn of allmente that quiikly follow a derangement of Fllner the khillOv or the Jiver. No wonder lie bhocane despondent and melanchole . Thorouuhly Ill, nick beyondi desacription, lllfteriln the most intense agony, unate to obtain all front doctors of lone statning andl rllepute, lie was nostifed in givling way to despair When hs rasn, however, nlmoist sneemoct Ihopeileq ])r Morse's Indian toot Pills were brollatt to his notince. To use his own ...
FITZ GERALD BROS' CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
FITZ GERALD BRos' CIRCUS AND IENAGER• L Dear Sir,-fn Aiguist last1t'l90, M ers Fits Gerald Bros. Instructed' me to make a complete tour:of the world, to'see every. thing in circus business, and to, engage the very latest acts and noyelties to be had. So I left Brisbane for Vancouver, via the Fiji and Hawnian Islands, in the"' Aorangi," and arrived at Vancouver, B.C., on September 4th, and after visiting Seattle and Portlaad, arrived at San Francisco, and saw all that was to bhe seen is amusement business there, and on to Chicago, where I was fortunate in engaging-the Flying Meteors, one of the best trapeze acts there; from Chicago south to the Southera States, and spent two or three days with all the big circuses, includ. ing Singling Bros., Sells, Fourpaur, Walter Main, W. W. Cole, and many smaller ones, from whom I picked up many novelties and ideas. Artists were at a premium there, nearly all being entaged for the next two yesrs. and salaries very high. After visiting al the prin...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing 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 EVELYIN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endor-ing the opinions of our eorrespondents, we shall be glad to insert comllunications hearing upon topics of lphl:e interest, which may he Intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condiltion of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of goodl faitih. TO THEB DITOR OF TUB EVELN OBSERVER. Dear Sir,-In reply to Cr. Lawrey's letter in your last issue, to a certain extent `what he writes isn correct. Heois right when he says as a member of the deputation, or I will go further, as a residentlof Kiaglake who uses the mountain road between Whit. tlesea and Joyce's, he has a perfect right to express an opinion as to which is the best way in which to expend money on that road ; but what was done was very different to that. My Council, after careful considers ,ion of the read, and after having the opinions of Messrs. Lawrey, RIawothorme, and others duly considered, decided to hare the works carried out in t...
HE MEASURED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
HE MEASURED IT, htol Ile of Ivllnt'nos turtitIng thu laught tgitltlt eo1'otsuxotttnillg 4o14ul sceLtnt to Itittrest uvutyltody, Oto la t elatet df Old tirtt L.ord Aothlttrtoht, W toil f1r, 1Iunitlg. I to Hn 4 tyinYlg to get 1it Iutt filet s414 to thIto tcotttuttt, of It WttllebK whto 1114K kolwtn to ho III dbt tI I 10ov4 thuo lact)', uitd titolly foundl t1404 I thet oan wooH lodtgt li It htt 14 Ego of 111)' court, 1I11It1, "tiutd wtont realltti tIove youi for resldingt tIere 44'" " Only to Ilvctd ttto ruacallyl IIIIIll tillullu of duuuing," ,u"II Plietd thu wtntttooti Tlti'io is anothtir 41ort0 recalntt titot y of theu 44114014a 14 hto witd t4aked towt fur l44 w444K flromti i 04rttln Iutlbte, " I SKI KIIO't't144111K, 04144 foott, asidt six~ Iuhluttts' Ito 11141 It. ' And anty, nu'," Hold touliKlI lit It to It ot. brow4 et~I Iti 44444444404, t how a114 ll 14o40444 Itith sIuIt 4(14411444,4K l44 titt I tltO, I tx PtIeele folume foot tr oIuth'r would ttott tto,, ittdtl er I int1a4urIth ...
HOW EEVRY CLOCK IS WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
HOW EEVRY CLOCK IS WRONC. No doubt many pel sons lhnve wondered why the hour four'is represented on it watch or clock dial by II1l., instead of IV. A watchmaker who knows the history and custom says it goes beak to 1370. The first clock whluh kept mny. thing like accurate time was Inade by i certain Henry\ ick, in 1370. It was made to the order of Chitrles V. of lFraneu, who, it will hbe remesmbered, was cilled "The \'ise." it is pretty evident, though, that (thanrles was not as wins as lie liked tolinaginhe. Wthen Vick brought thin cluck to him, hit looked closely it it, and then frowned. " You huave aot ti figures on the dial wrung," he said. " 1 think not, your Mllajesty," answerid Vick. " Yes; that fpur should l*e four otItn." "You are trong, your Mitjeusty." " I sn am.nver wroing,' thunttdered. the king. " anke it alway, land correct the miatink." Vick dlid asn hI wats ona Ianlllded, and so todity we hiive lill., when we should have IV.
A PUGILIST WHO BECAME A PAINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
A PUGILIST WHO BECAME A PAINTER. A correspondent of u contemporary says that the pugilist who became it painter was Jaln \Ward, who died sorme sixteen years ago. lie was a man of mngnificent presence, and inl his later years looked more like i retired military man thin one who I ad fought for the championshil of Iliiglalld. If lhe were accomplished i " thle lillng." he was equally so outside of that enelosure; he played the violin bettir thall tle iver gee uinateuri; was pruioicenti with tile flute: and ]lad a good baritone voice. whilst1 as painter he excelled. The late Stlae y lMark. It. A.. has described a visit lie Ipaid to the public house which ''lard kept il t Lit Wiitechiapel-road. " Ils pictures." writes llrka, '" are painted with creat solidity, hirmness, land it reckless power of ihand, oueil ts oine might expect from a practised bruiser. 'They display i etrong appre ciatlion of colour-not true tolour, per haps, inl mnily ?ises; but oftenbheauti ful Ii itself; and, though...
ACTORS' AMUSING ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
AOTORB' AMUSING ERROS., I " Is I " llllh Il I it ll In II i ' l li ll ' Ih i ten IlIIit I wtI l " III ii. l 1i 11 (Ile III 'Il 'tit'lI le ts I11111.o If ,IIIf, , l ull,, ] 1,..1~ Id,) I ,"I~ l ?llllu |1111 Ile,, s itte, , i,, it lt tleI i e tt I, eI ? eii tele lit l l t in ll 1 p. e ti , rolt e I I lie, " I Irele t Ite'l mI,1 I st,11 I 1.%II,, iII " s11. 1 i I 1 ,," IlllM ra mo ll, " " ?ltlllo INI li, ItyI I or , i11 I l I,"t Ihe 1llIr Ntll I t ollllh,' III( ,11 , mI " 1i" i ht 1' I*.,"1 Ihl IIIIIIh I 1 ,111, " ,\lIIt I h" lia I e U lie u UK Ill 11I, 1,? A wis ll " ,I 11, 1 .ih 1111 I ll1 I ti IIU I ll (II,'.ii 'I ,I I I,, 1 1. " 1 h II," r " rt- Il( l llh r ii (I? !?I ' 1,1\ , i , 1 , I I l ,i 1,,,ll (( 11I. h h'II I Ihll n hd ,lu ,?' i i, l ? lhln l "~ rII'I :III ;Iiiii lifl 11 II try I got'ran thir I li. 11111 .up. 1 ttl. 1111 ,11111i
REVOLT IN THE HAREM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
REVOLT IN THE HAREM. How liliango a slory olt is hidden in some toln pIapyrlu or wiltL n aulnon iiserlnd wall of the " I al UIIahoiue," os I 1in 11e J.ypI Ltines IIulically termiod their tomhlli Such SIn!o is now bfour Illn, sayn s 1r1. W. St. Chitad lisewenl nll tlhe ' iiuee." UIntuLrlies ago in golden Ttullba Ihni who)l world was in the wiliest liillll ifr Ia btandlil anlld a caII o celebro haid occurred In till high-st enoitry. Thu king himolslf fiarnel it, ndll Iltlmnlenllit. for he thaon ruleid l:Eilpt (11.. 1200), 1in or derid Iti ilv intetigtin. Whlllt renlerod it still mlnortu .ynteitoun wails Ith facllt thit it was II woluIn's plot. In the collection of Lord Anmlerst of Itohuknny lthro i n opnpy Is? whelih lie lilts Jotl tubtbehea, which, Iogather with other papyrl in tihe muIleuttlllli L'arit and Turin, rovioln it itranga s!ory. 11iritk YIOD. In the hIlrm of tile king wan It wman named Til, who formed a conspiracy " to do wrong to their lord," nlld place liar non l'eolniur...
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPERANCES. SOME NOTABLE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
MYSTERIOL DISAPPEAHIIG'ES. SOME NOTABILE CASES. If ill fl3e 01103e in lwhi h nm110 nnall,[ w1Iorn 3unde5 10 11' 1 33 fri.; 111,1, l 111)m 3 il01 oft 0 1 1 y 21 1rlicuilr r u illoi11 r 1n t 1it |llll ll t ill lg itoy ln Lieu in) fill filt h wnl tr I3i ' lltllll t 1th l it s.b Iulrin B e.( U'lil mal Ijianle. Iriill a of i I, tl. lll - Inl III.4lln0 w u l ld 11 I. l lli s ..111113sh 211 pu li) Sllli1r t1. lli n11r [ll i' l alh) i ll llt 1Y wll holvl m ind i i i til:iH BIinyI (If nit 1e13 ol033 l Ii iin l ti0. 1hn.1 .ll. so Iltha t Ih1 l lllt - il ts no IhI li l w imnlly 'Peruln Iikn 1neIIIIhS0l3i'lls trllts of glll ' ter l Iles extentl., ii1 oil oilsbglliino g Con-. scilontlls.' woldler hoI w tI ey 1 r t whl tl ll0 hlly lce. 'Thllie ro gollallyll nIhlo i relmlinlIr llthllling wh1uh hiiiu3pp3'113 iln Ithe! llol h. It iso n?i f oht w0nldl( s 0 f bl' lni ir liotillnIii tht nli un i nur allllbout undelllllr tile U1lltrol ot Im nbllOn)(l.00h0au30 llatl, ind 3lll3l0r 0oIo 'liitly uf it Olbl"...
ANIMALS AND GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
ANIMALS NU GOLUD I ?fWn Iw (IOIIIOIInI t li f tl ?llig thlu IlfntIuenI hl11t,/ ohl g 'outll d Iu foIt1I u(11 0 Ilutl?l of ltlI tllt rII r?ut 1 a:nr llU'oUR ull', A?l olll1lili111 ofC Iu Iiii hiiilll' iIui'Il'u lvtlll Ilnlll'l?l h ll | ?','ili thtq( Ill*II?III r I|I'? pioul. llllul I lol ill hll fllllllnalllnl |Il LIIIt tl. I sU I I I llIb f I lli'll l i'u l't !tllllll ' f:Uotot hiliof l i,'lh l IIlou yIf:t'l,1 * i'Itll Il'uY I' hn I llltl1 It 11u allll? t iLtoI I i Ir i f' if' l ,l fUIII II Ir lllll lll ni , 'Ih1111 la thll 'wll*?l Ir hII1 ?, Is l ,,l aImulllhc l en fothew tril it* h1u/11 lldlil lS, be l 010 tl so I .ll lui h ll i iIIl flrU II IIhlll i ,III?,11 u (1 f rh l il IIhll I IIl . ll pihi wonl lln [ IIx,,l in thel Ib'Inll Io nlll,, i ?',It Iinrlln y hit ll iii IIlch Mspare, l ,l i 1 II1,, lte inlnlh lll'y in thia t1he? hadlvl hIm, I h I (nv i I I itu [rainIh? t he ul ,olf ii thnid 1, hn. I h owe Ih,111d I ,t ltough th,, Il nilib ll
A VERY GREAT CURIOSITY INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
A VERY GREAT CURIOSITY INDEED, " WhaLt ortol a wnath La thiL Y" caked Duzenbury, ploking up a curious old timupiece from n waCLrhmaker's ashow " That." rulield the watchmlaker, " in n real ourionlty. IL 18 n watch thalt l. Ionozed to Alexnnllder the (irlnt whten he died on thue brren inland of bt'. liellull.' " T'lh deucet Why, man11i illve, in thu days of Alexanlldr thue Urnt they didn't have aly watuhes." " That's just what nakeIlls It such a rarlity.' " And Alexander thira treat did not diu at 8t. Itlenuu," " lie didn't, cIh ? \\'ll, that mI0akl81 It n still greater curiallty," nlld taking thu raro rulig Iromt Il halllld of Ilziizen bury hI? locked It up In his buralir. pruol salu,
ALLURING TITLES. CLEVERNESS OF AUTHORS IN NAMING THEIR BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
ALLURING TITLES; CLEV'ERINESS O AUTORS IN NA.hl [NG THEIR BOOKS. The effect which i a taking title may or may not Ilhve on thile fortnnes of ia book is an open question. Whlt'I books 'lle spoken of in thisionnttetionl its nsuttllyt fiction tiat is in the spuaker's thoughlts. There is litti Iluned or xetruse ill the fields of history nnd l'Olraphlly, topeo. graphy, tllheology, and sclience fa' thu ise of oiliher than perfectly pinlia, trlaight forward titles. Ii li ie.dtiiinii of the essaiy fnlly hlna niliolu scope, unld IhereI loin, writelrs ivi aobeen happily.i ?nlspired. IBui, lifter ull: (coaiillents tle Iondonia " Glo "),'it is in legai'd to feitinil tllat tli nuesiantioof ititles. iiecoia'olis o o;it importunite.?n Sol' u great ilovellilsts hni takenibut littlu trouble fina thn mtle;. " Wuverley,'" luiu' Eyre," Nic iholiin Nikle?rby','"" Middlemarch;i " ?i'nT Jonea. '-to iinamt iuu few 'exinlplestua t rundoii-olfer.no spe;cifal aultrtiotion to eantla tihe tial?tioit of s tiosai...
CHINESE PUBLICANS WHO TRADE IN OUR COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
C!HINESE PUBLICANS W\10 TIAI')E IN OUR COLONIES. 'The hiUnru iuthlie-house-Lihouglh it iH not ao called," gr.?"g Ihinty " liling its u ulial. lignii llltion -iN It iI011 1on hi titutio hi i n fi ll Colllloiu , unid i nil way llsitullatedl oin the malliln rl il Illriillklig to IsolLe lhurishillg wr . Twli.te hloour iLt el will I, li gll Vuinised iron or1 wood u10ildilng. w (1II 1111 i 1s1ai l 1stale IIIfI ii' rough slhulllike unilingi behidtl. The 11terl' in usc for lolit'llllonlldtil illg lRa1ing 'Ltrangersll wllon?edowlio tIll heir luck andilltl requlr night'siIli rent. This is notl donelU out1 of gtentll ro:lity, but front lolicy, bi I iuotsu if thI Chiililllnln wereY to iu1111fs it Iluvellhr. ncomlOlnlodltionl hu would hie :luiled to have an exceledingly roullgh till, of it. The front 'ofl o ltu hious i!l -be givi. over to tile business. Thi' will colrist of a long l0OOll1 with 1 tanl, lul il iini dowliI thul inr?l' fluniked onl i1119I .lido by Il conlile of forll. ':A few cllair...
ONLY THE COLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
ONLY THE COLOUR. urllllngen iolllrillid II Li1th I ioyail IIIroll alOn drew ilonr to cpui li IItl h. I nliirr the biirlr. t" oSitd blck, you wold Lho I.iiiakut," illllouttd the 1poll' n.111 11). " Arlylhi," I'lla 1111 L i old body at illlii IIIbJ I) h ir rI' l %,11 'L( IIII'e 'ii Ike III o0ni 111 --ihll enouIgh, tiro, 01n' hy ,Iht 1o l1 11. I v'll I~l III h IIt e n'ii for nothill'." " HLgIII I l i l b el, i hll ye I, s. I Al nI ,ly dIl o?I4't wnl h 1)11 a i'llwlo.. 11 % I'v 1,l otdy IlIowy "-thI , I ulllllliiln fii ll I all III l ii I lii' iciUtiol-" iveryIbl'dy I1.1Own ' 1iiii , hlli'e, 'liIn I 11 llr li i 1 Ih 1 Nhi hal .I hal0 .11 Iu.i hly Milu l i iii i r 0i l. I w | Iihll 1had1101'Al wl 1Ai0µtl*'1t"
AFRAID OF THE GLASS EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
AFRAID OF THE CLASS EYE. A year or two ago an artist from San Francisco who wore a glana eye came to Yokohama and eatablished himself in a little bungalow on the outskirts of the city. The weather was extremely warm, and before the stranger had become settled he wan Inirged by a number of conlies, who wanted to get the job of fanning him at night. The artist looked over the appli cants and lirally selected an old man who roluoght excellent recommendations flolu his last employer. When it was time to retire the artist took out hi glass ceye, laid it on a aland at his bedside and went to bed. The old mane Iicked up hie fan and the San Irancisco maot wan soon asleep. lie slept poacefully for an hour or two, when he writ awakened by u cholus of buzzing insects aboul his headi He clooked about him and found that the mad whom he had to fan hint wa gone. The next morning, when he went in searcil of another coolie he was amazed to diecoved that no one would work for him. He wat looked upon ...