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UNFAMILIAR JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

UNFAMILIAI JAPAN. It is difficult for us to understand the fast that the Japanese wife loves her own parents more than she does her husband, and a Japanese husband levee his wife with an affection far weaker than that which he be. stows on his own father and mother. here Is a specimen of the converteuion in a school room between the English teacher and a Japanese pupil: " Teaucher. I have been told that if It Euro. peao and his father and his wife wrtre all it fall into the sea together, and that hla only could swim, he would try to save hile wife tirst. Would he really?" " 'robably," replied the teacher. "But vwhy?" " Ono reason is that Europeans consider it' a man's duty to htelp the wraker liret, ens pecially women and childlea," " And does a European love his wife snort than his father and mother?" " Nout always, but generally, perhaps, he does." " Why, teacher, according to our ideas that is very immoral." A lad of 16 wrote a composition on " Europeai and J.apanee Cuateums," in...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUAINT THINGS FROM A CHES[?]EE PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

QUAINT THINcs FRfiM A CHES::IEE Pl RISH. Over is an interesting Ulherhire parish lyI ing between Cheeter and fliddlewtcth, on the borders of the salt district. If particularly interested in anything, it is in brino and cheeses., the " Church Gaette " says. It is one of the places where survivals linger long though imodilied almost out of all re?ogtnitio, by the chauge of ages. An inlstance o Over is that on All aouta' Day boys with blackeneu d fams go round thel town inging a, local song. It in a doggral and evideutly a rough adaptation of one or two Christmaa carols. The first verse is: You gentlemen of England, pray you now draw near To these few lineo, and you soon shall hear Hweet mieloly of tiusei all on thin evoning clear, For we are come amsouling for apples and strong beer. itough municking is a local punishment for ipenpll who have iusulted ithe parish bl tho oomlnittal of limens of which thie law aloe" not take cognl? anee. onntIs, plail, ald other things whlcll will manke...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE RISING GENERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

THE RISING GENERATION, Ai*ry Old (hUt: Nuow1 tlweu, I tlhulnlu Il Lcd i you lc len v nut tol iii. v Iround hlul duoauutvl. If cnui don't ctIu'cu JuLt thIn IlnaLniut I'l II rIi yoll 1I I1 pdlaouued, I? yi ou 1. i a w Ji1l lttaa you all I iulti Li piii Ehluwla Nollcuh'eU: uh Ivi' ViiU Y'auL Mlv1' ca vnuicw lullurN o, lum' ho' uit l qltnmon, III WU' i Lot ulItletat In Ilouvuuu, we' Ituyu,

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FEMININE SUPERIORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

FEMININE SUPERIORITY. Heru is a little story that illuetrates the cal a self.antlsieutlon with which thlu Ifeninlll mind nsserts its superior. Ity: nuuy and Uuorge are children of American patenls, Lucy In auvtln anld UGeorg is five. Shi hats attended Ihu Irlinary dueprtlment of I I rivatu sohool llust our mlonthll . Heru I anl overheard coalversatloll beltweuia the two: L.uoy (with its greally hlrud exlpreo. ston)) Wily, brro|t, r, anybody ;ulad tUll you al onlly live, '/Ou don't ovenI kllow thh dlilorelce hetwoten corn tInid whellt. Georg? (who hlllt to nllakuwledga his inferlolt 1): I do, tool Whl?alt I--1- lucy ( ing pln y on him): Why. iuorge, you Inow well enllounlh you don't know, Iluten to lnle iItad retelmIell r, Wheat Is whlent anll. caorn Is corll, aland wheat f rown il wIhenllutilud and cornl grows il II 'orlllluld. Alnd doJ't youell ever fourlet It,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HOUSEKEEPERS' TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

HOUSEKEEPERS' TRIALS. None of them had been married very long and their interesta in the mystories of house keeping had not died out. " What is the most awful thing which ever happened to you since you kept hoel 7 " asked the darkheyed girl. The group sighbd as one woman. " We haven't time to tell," they chorused. " I think," spoke up the rettliest one, " that the time I moat wanted to crawl under the rug and just die to lonesomenots was at tmy firt card party. Five tables had been served with ice cream when it gave out, There were eight table&." " Why I never knew that! " cried her hubhand, who was on the outekirt of the bevy. "Ob f course not. I " she flushed. " You Ilappened to ho at tile second table, and when I saw you placidly putting away the ice cream while your guenea down Ithu ruot wote starving 1-1 came near disliking you ! " " What did you do ? " asked the othlter "tlt," she said, "I just told them brutally that the ice cream had givert out. and they ouuldn't hav...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

FISH ! FISH tt FISH !!! Fresh Fish for Sale every. Friday. M R. W. PARKFRR, of Kangaroo Ground, begs to inform the public generally that he is prepared to supply customers every Friday with Fresh Fish at reasonable prices. Oysters supplied All orders to be given in on the preceding day. SUNDAY COACH TO MEET the ELTHAM TRAIN. ? R. GEORGE COUTIE begs to intl. L mate that be will run a coach from Summer Hill at 8 a.m. and 4.45 p.m. every Sunday, until further notice, to meet the Elthaa Train. Usual fares. Medical Notice. DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.O.P., Leond., M.I.0.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT Rlltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Ground (if instructed at Hel delberg before I1 a.m.) Every Friday AT Oreensborough, 1.30 to 2 p.m. i)lamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, 181TS BrETn?u, Tuesdays, 12 noon. Gaaltenonouou,'l'eOvdays, 2.30 p.m DnIAMOo Clanc, Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. J. T. CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN "VISITS KANGAROO GRO...

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ECCENTRICITIES OF COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

ECCENTRICITIES OF COURTSHIP. Probably there is no instance in which any tw loversn make love in oxactly tlhe anlle nRy an any other two lovers since the world began. lharkil insinuated. Vivian charmed Moer lii., Alexanadr mnodean bonfire for Tha?s. liihirg.ude took the bull by tile horn. T'he Merchant of Venice soft-soldered Portia with a led ncasket. Thle garrnoue female it bhe " Arahin Nights " told tier hiukbbnd itories. Int the lolynesian leJiands they win their heanrtl by beirting their hends with a shlille igih. Iltrry the lSigitli ind Illueearnnl were oft wih tle ilad of the old love before they were ont with the now, Newton poked the tobacco in his pipe down with hile sweet. heart' linger-a- warm token of hlir nitout loen. l'rieltn didI it mostly willt a harp, anld Wit alo n Unood lliar. lle two lnoltlre were 1Io mantty for hitt, lithtwell wns inclined to Mary, andI Iooked helr ile itn his eminl It workeal t well i I'n iter's ntita kin shell, Ctabbnlturn wife einuati i hiit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr?I,. FORTINGTON (B, a Le'al Reerter.) 'W. Itkab tay other and tlat to per ' orma mryuty to the public,;' id dr. Snmuel ortg ton, of No. 485 Rath attreet, Catom to our repo r, " wall stiy, to aslp tU? UJ'-,Mwertmis uestions." ?I beliers you have often spoken about a remarkable escape you had some yer ago. Do you mind t lling me all about itP" tWth eharseterlstie kindlinMss r. Fortia ton answered: "You shall hear se y that bappened to me. To kbgi with, it at as well that you should know something about the hours I have to work, for I oolsider thin a matter of great importeqoe. I wprk a number of Yours on one shift at night and then I have to do a similar period during the day time, so that, you see my mosh are taken very irregularly. Y stood it all right till a few years back, when my difntive organs oommenced to play up wth me. A feeling ofoppression in the cheat appeared diecty after eating, combined with an ove...

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ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

ALLEGED SHEEfP STEALING. At the Court of Petty Snosions as Eltham on Tuesday last, 24'h inst., before Messrs. J. Bll and W. Duncan, J's.P., Constable Kllelher charged three men named William Henry Sampson, Cecil Alfred Lawson, tadi Beth Gill, on charges of that ont the 14th inst., at Smith's Gully, they did feloniously useal certain cattle, to wit, a Iamb, the property of. William Robers Joyce, farnaer, of Smith's Gully. The evidence adduced for the prose. cation went to show, that- Samps- r Bred three heti at' the lamb, whicLh 'was running with ether' sheep in the bush, with a gun and.then. followed it whilst wounderd aed'"casght. it -ad' killed it with' a stick;' that he went away to an aold house" at Watsen's Creek, known . ?'s **Murray's old house,'" and where all three prisoners had resided, snd whilst on the way he mot the prisoner Gill, whom he in formed that he had shot i sheep in the bush. Gill then said, "Good lad, we will be right for a hit of meat now. I will go up with ...

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HAD A LOT OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

HAD A LOT OF FUN. The other day a certain lady whom we will call-well, Mtre. llnithl-took her young son and heir with her when uhe went on a shop. ping tour. Tommie seemed rather loath to leave the white rata that his uncle had brought him the day before, but at length this feeling were oflf, and in due time they set out, bothl attired in spatdy clea ahilrt waists and the brihtest of smills. Everything went beautifully, and mamma was stallint Ilth luveliest of bargains, when saddenly, no she turnal to look at a mass of ribbons behind her, ishe wirs startled by a shrick of ft ight, followed in a jiffy by a: eries of othelr still louder and more halr raising, and becamll aware of I gnlleral tendency among the ladies it that secti:n to clear out. just an foot, as they could, with an titer di irgtrd of applearances. IHer first itnpulro war to join ltlem in their flight, tihe next to sne wlht It wan all about, Atnd to th?t end Silo turned her head in the ditection of her son. Not aolther...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] HEART STORIES. I. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

[ALL RIOtTS REESERVED.J HEART STORIES. By BERNARD BAGNALL. 1. Away down the dingy ftreet the rein swept pitileruly,dashing againsat the windows, nabohbing t the wind's mournful wail. The grinding crash of stool, the thundering rush of tire factory wheels, sounded harshly above the strife of the elements. Now aund then a stray cur, kicked from shelter to shelter, paltered down the sloppy gutter wearily. Sioddenly from out the darkness sounded a woman's voice, pure and clear as a boll, sing oing an old world simple ballad. Tire pronun clation might have jorred on an educated ear, but the molody was there, sweet and S perfect, untrammelled by affectation or pro fossional tricks. Halfthedoors in thle street ,,were quickly opened, and as many touzled female heads popped oul. Someone was sinrg ing! Noons ever asnngdown there No one o~ver laughed. They had forgotten how to laugh or siog. .In the grimr struggle with hard sordid life there was no time for laughtr er. They forgot -love, forgo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XLIII. GEOFFREY'S GREAT APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. CHAPTER XLIII. GEOFFREY'S"GREAT APPEAL. -For a moment, after those hoarsely i n toned sentences dropped from his mouth, Geoffrey lilandfora stood there in his father's room irresolute, the sheet of paper in his hand. Then his wit ldashed back to him,nnd realising suddenly, that he had much to risk by being found there by eithlr brother or servants, he thrust the letter away and hastily com plcted his search. Hie found nothing further of interest to himself inthedead man's pooktas,and quitting the chamber.he tip-toed quietly and quickly to his own room. There he was safe-if not from intrusion at least from all suspicion. lie closed the door, sat down on tile bed,and tried to grapple ,with this new problem so unexpectedly sprung upon him. In his wildest dreams hlie had never dreamt of the truth which now stared hIimin the face. That Doris Lonsdale :ulglht be, could be, was, tire daughter of tihe man hias father had ruined had never e...

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HOUSEHOLD WORDS. ONLY A WOMAN'S FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

HOUSEHOLD WORDS. ONLY A WOMAN'S FACE. Unto my life wan given a gift of price and worth untold: No one may buy it, though hie hands are full of gema and gold. It was only two loving eyes, only a swift, sweet smile. And tender feet that walked with mine only a little while. Only a woman's face, And a woman's faithful love: But 0O they made the world below Like tile world above. Onl n heart of gold, true as the stars are triue, And a quiet voice, whose low, sweet tones no toucllhll of anger know; But I knew not till they were gone how dark the earth can be, For her slender hands held all life's store of happiness for me. Only a wOman's face, And the love that cwa my own; But O! my life is desolate; For they from earth have flown, A BR[IDE' EXPERIlMENT. I hold it to he a truth conaiantly solf evideint that every ltan will defend a wontan against all men hot himself. Clap your eyes on a pretty womun without male escort, and two phenomenna will become' obvious. Firstly, thern will be a la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

IJ T, MACKEY, JUNR., Cordial and Bitter Manufacture, . Royal Plaog (o8 Swan-street), RICHMOND. Si 18 years plauufantariir for Holle arind Mackey. :'Lilydale Cash Produce . Store. S. H: W, Pither (Late of `Melbourne Mard til), T?he onlyleglitimate Pr"adce Merchants In the District.? L ARGE supplies always on hand of the J-.- following : Bodne Dust. S: uperphosphate (ummng, Smith &Co.) Ouats, feed whole and crushed ,, Tarterian. Algerian, Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas andl Strata gets. less than Melbourne prices Chabf, liay, Bran, Pollard, Straw! B arley Rics Meal, Rye; Tares, Rock Salt; Seed Malts, Garden Seeds. . verythlIng it the I.INI UNLY kept In AGENT for he celebrated -" Slvitls. A call will oneicr evaryledy. S. H. W. PITHER, L .ILTIFAI..E. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) 5TTIV1, AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREbT DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attension. Agricultural Implements, &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

Nervous Prostration. TOO NERVOUS. TO SLEEP. THE PROBLEM SOLVED. The Case of Mrs. C. JOHNSON. (B)f a Local Reporter.) The work of the reporter is to gather facts and incidents from as many sources as possible, so that reference of run aiderable value may be alf?'ordod to all whdseekfor information oel various mat 'ters. Those who read the opinions given below by Mrs. Catherine Johnson of No. 87 Type-streot, Richmond will readily understand tho pleasure tuat lady ox proased at having discovered the solu tion of a problem which is generally ad mitted to be most difficult. "I used to puzzlo my brains as to what I ought to try next," observed Mrs. Johnson," but it took me several years to arrive at the right decision, and then it occurred through a more acci dent, or, to speak more correctly, tllrough a stroke of good luck." "What was the main object of your experimenta, Mrs. Johnson?" "Why, to get something that would cure amy terrible nervous disease, of course. I am the only one out o...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A SCEPTICCONVINCED. Doubt Turned to Faith [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

A SCEPTIC CONVINCED. Doubt Turned to Faith. The sceptical unbeliever is a man often to be shunned. Without faith he goes through the world endeavouring to combat truths which he cannot understand, and often throwing cold waten upon others' firm con" victions. Mr J. fl. King, of II, Jersey Terrace, Sydney, was once a sceptic. lie doubted that yearsof agony and pain could he turned into joy and pleasure. To-day he is a firm believer in the truth of those things he once so persistently doubted. Read what he writes: " On the recommen. dation of a friend, I purchased a bottle of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. I put little or no faith in theom, but in a few days I was surprised and pleased to find. that my. diges. tion was decidedly improved.. For mse this Swas something to be more than thankful for., Sany years I had suffered from chronic dyspepsia. Years of pain had undoubtedly dulled my senses to the fact that a cure for me somewhere did exist, but year in year out I suffered from this ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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BUYING THE DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

BUYING THE DEVIL. The bacnar window was filled with great lamps, plaster busts, silrer and chijna ware, and perishable, or, rather, breakable, articles of all sorts 1ind shapes. On a glane standard, right in the middle of the display and Light againstthl window, stood, or sat, live or six odd-shaped little ink-wells. They represented miniature devils, quanttunt, Iheir legIt wrapped around tile well prpper, their wingt tiore tding and their hnndq clutchiint little chin;i pens. The devile were a brilliant red. Altogether thet hits of usefulness were very atlttctive to any one possessing an eye for the aldhl. Thle slilt young tllnl ilu the brown suit and white hant, and with the brilliant necktie evi dently possessed just that kind of an eye. He had nearly passed tihe window wtten he happened Lt catch a Clitmpse of tite little devils. lie stood before themt ntd gazed, hin face smiling with delight. lie reached down ill his trousers pocket, the right one, and drew out three or fonr ooin...

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MISCHIEF WROUGHT BY THE WASHERWOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

MISCHIEF WROUCHT BYTIE WASHERWOMAN. •Mr.Browno. who lives in CervestesAvenue, told his friend all about his trouble. Ilis name is not lBrown, but that does not mate ter. Tile fact Is that Milrs. Brown lives in the second flat and Mrs. Hudson in the third. Once upon a time they wereo fast friends, but they are not just now. It was all the fault of that washerwoman, and the garret was at tile bottom of tlhe trouble. So far this garret, which they used in commonon as a drying-place for the washing, had given themt no trouble, for Mlre. tlnd son did her washing on Mondays and Mrs Brown on Tuesdaye. E1ich lhad her own wasl'erwoman until two weeks ago, when the Ilndlson walherwoman fell IIl, and Jane, of thalron Ilousehold,was engaged for both families. Tlhat was the end of thle beginning. When Mlr. Brown met Mr', ilndson at the corner of tihe avenlue that evening, he pulled hlis friend into t he nearest refieshment bar and disnnoad tlhe siltution oter a friendly glare of beer. "Ooroldwol...

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ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

-ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. Leave Melbourne-7,38 and 0.38 a.m., ihd .. 0 p -:'. " 'I.eav IHeidelberg-8 26 and 10.25 a.m., and 6.55 p.m. ' Leave .Greensborough 17 minutes later thuu Helieberp, and arrive at Eltham 25 minutes after leaving IIlidelohrig. "LTeave LEhIm--7.35 and 9.35 a.m., and tLeiie.Gah Sboro,)h'f?,>nutela tcr. enveH sre16 Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., t.10 and 5.40.p:m. Leave fIIelelberg-8 25 and 10.25 .m. ; 1.55 and 6.25. p.nm. Leave hltliam-7.35 and 0.35 a.m. I 5 and 5.35 p mn. Leave Heldelberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m.; '.47 and 6.17'p.m. - .: _-_ • ,

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KERBSTONE CONSURORS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903

KERBSTONE CONJUROR3. Tlhs popllro who slaksi silt tlhilr iloaiiis tI I oqilorn fIot or Iisilion pall iernoot iwo tw10o1 eiiirltillniiig pir flionogt ln u pralclti oitisoa to ttiilihli this's to conljoin with tile sn~ sonpt , eiil wiris.Ilsr onts wao llsa man in lh tiila dI-111fo9l1o I I1111 Iuiigir corrs oniiiiuls with itsnot lruohiiuiii--isliniuwisssuov~iiis 'ly oilily iii olil Ii' Iwhat stidre ·(hi ' niroiunrrlltn 'liii 11101iO Ilut Its ''llu snlwiyt iloIledu alowl. Iliii iiithuiilif II ciiitorliif Whit I111 till isslsol with% Ilii soy iirllt ol 1 110sf mmmi, mit t if liroonusin ttii'i A iirr nhor ;o'ssii toIs toouir wsith Ilii 1150s, li mIlsm 1.imi1 nt itwilo IsI t111ll1, frim 1111 h111. oii Nll tisiuil. and 11 " itl t'rslY crt It si It0. ~ N w t'll tiihiilltss hlilgo tilt.'" hi oni', andl hli bi ii If hnlsit sot this IrolIIIIiullu I Im tltt woo a itmi'rmit white sllpi oill rIoid, 1I oro I smUt 7' " he t -I, sola liii lre t Ih to oiir Lnrio nlii I t oistd tmmssi suoo hitislesi, o...

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