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BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR'S CREEK V. ARTHUR'S CREEK CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

BOURKE.EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. .ARTHUR'S CRIEK V. ARTHU'S - ,CRKEK CENTRAL. The play-off match for second place be tween the above clubs was played on the Diamond Creek cricket ground on Saturday, March 28th, and owing to the bad light it was decided to finish the match tile follow. iog Paturday on the Arthur's Creek erickt ground, as the Centrals bad 7 wickets down for 65 in their second inningsand 3 wickets to fall to finish the match. 'The match was concluded last Saturday and resulted in a win, for Arthur's Creek by 118 runs. the Centrals batting on, man short in their second innings. Messrs. Leach and Cook, of Diatiotid Creek. were umpires for the day and gave general satisfateion. Following are the scores : ARTIHUR'S CREEK. First Innings. D. Christian, b H. Greeni... ... 28 bt. Bassett, b W. Green ... ... 4 P. Christian, e, b W. Hempel ... 3 F. Bassett, b W. Green .. ... W, Christian, b W. llempel ... 2 E. Lobb, b It. Green ... ... 1 SEi. Basett, b W. Green ... ... 4 E. Ba...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WET SKIN CAUSED TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

A=WET SKIN CAUSED TROUBLE: , IIow often hlarvwe heard it said, " Take off your wet clothes, or you will catch your death of cold."' That i. all very well if one is at honme, and close handy. to somutbhing dry to put ou. Mr. John A.' Phypers, of 173, Pitt Street, ltedfern. Sydney, was far from home, when one day he wits drenched to the skin. lii this condition ho he had to remain all day. The consequence was he had a frightful attack of unfluenza, which left him with rheumatin.fever before it had done with himt: " I was under the doctor for months," he says. " lie eased my con. dition for a time, hut the old rheumatic pains came back,;and for five years I suf. ferred such agony that the pain nearly drove me mad. Everything I thought of I tried. The affected parts were rubbed with oils and liniments, poultices were applied,and I dosed myself ubth various drugs and medicines, but all to no purposs.tIn fact I seemed to be growing worse. At last I.. heard of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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SOUTH YAN YEAN SPORTS. EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

soUrriYYN. .E?N SPORTS., ]ASTER. MONDAY. Folloving are th handicaps for the: principal, everit in conneotion witli the sports rt ?n b held at South Ynt Year on Eastor Monday: SaHIFFIBLD HANDICAP. .1 20 yards.' E.:Androws . J. E Carter ... . 8 C. White .? ;? 9 W.'.I. Smith ." 10 A. Gilliguu 10, O, Jeffrica ..e.. '. 10 . A. D. DMathewnom ... I H. R. Sterling... II 0. Ward !'117 R. Buck ... .. 114 A. Ball ': . ... 12 D.D , If'Pherson.... .. , 1 P:.Y. Launagan 12" A. B. Tominell.' 12 J. Shnnes " ". 121 W. llarrise: 18 J. A, 'Wlthers;., .,. S"1 S..:.:ý HURDLE RAOB. ; 120 yards. yds. 'F..Andrews ... 5 X. Andrews ... "'6... 6 ;. J. Lytton : .. 9 C. White . , 12 J. E. Carter .. ... 1 F. 0. Dhvies ... 13 W.'J. Smith ... ... 14 F. Roberts ... ... 14 A. Gilligan ... .. 15 A. J. COannock .. 15 WooD CIoP.' 18-inch1 logs. .O Aurish.... scr. H. B. Splntt . ... r; D. Brown .. .. 5 'W. Donnelly . ... 5 W. Poulter .. 10 0. Exton ... .. 10 "D. Carrucau ... ... 10 B. Auriuli ... ... 20 H. Covenitry ......

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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CHARACTER TOLD BY THE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

CHARACTER TOLB BY THE EYES. Superstition and science are soe mixed ip in the modern practico offace-sending that it is impeassible to declarewhere one begins and the other ends. N'verthelesa, many indivi. duals, women especially, wiso are able observern of small Indlications,are able to die. cover the foilbles and dangerous qusalities of a new acguaintanre by reading his or her counteannce, Tile eye has been called the most tell-tale feature. Perhaps it ia, but it so alsn the one moat used for purpolses of de. ceptlon. A ifalso smile may often be din. criminated from a true one, but a falsely sweet glance seldom fulls to cilarm. lI melodramatic stories of a few years back we rend often the villain's USNSTEADINESS OF GAZE. Tile deceiver's eyo alwgays " fell " before the scrutlnyof the just; unluckily a modern hypocrite would probably convey into her eyes an expresnsion of apparently innocent wonaderl lowevcr, whenlo restlaes eyes are seenwe may be sure that they denote a falso, desig...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARRIAGE CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

MARRIACE CHANCES. Between 15 and 19 only one girl out of 73 marries. Mlarriages used to be much earlier. and IMiss Auaten'w delightful lnrrlion Dlsh. wood ainltaloned that after 24 womllan could no longer espect to be loved for herself. In theold novels 19 was aboot the extreme limit of age for n I eroine, aind 17 was perhapn tOlr most populrlar. lletween 20 and 24 one girl out of 153, iarriers, but tihe mosetrotlrrying ogs for, r1pitnlslt (Ilone in night) Is betweenl 25 ind 29 offer thley huroave "rtle Hie . lKnrterieflll. After 25, vollng i?dire werentlhcd "thnorn b?arks' ity thine tmuchntarryirrg lturitnrs of. New Enirrlmnl, who preltI rred whliown,. Widowl Itlreughout llftr have n grartet hrrntt.o uf torttrrrleyhlrrt llrrt glslh Imtrn of, mItrlrl'ig. ie rilrther l Ir. W1rller hlrrr prop1tet erd ill vain, " A littl widow In Ita rlatgerotls. thllg," prohhlly lroIeatseo It. Itn rel terr t1) glide inrllo) tttldentei ll itr alrdy wilo Ihas klnwn atrlihtion. Wirltws fror 20 tou3 arnet...

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TOM LOWREY CAVE A PASS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

TOM LOWREY CAVE A PASS. One of Minnuston'i delegates .at largo to theu hilnd.llphl Convo,?ntlo wal Tomn Lowrey, who owns all theu treet rullways inI St. Paul and Minneapolin, Ie'aildue much other vaihabl property. One of hii Io?soolutei Wnh II iainethur of ilhe htate I.nmlnlturl,, dn11 tihin twunll m t in the corridor of the WYllton. " W1'ell," ex oIlaied the leug?ilnntor an hl1e nw thie milllionire, " her in 'J'om i.owryl By thunder, theIlro In nlo man on terlh over did imore for TOnm Iowrey that I hIave donel. Why, hIe Ilver unked ioe for r. thing ithat I did not give it to himi, le ut what I went out of ll y wily to get [t. I hvliei Mnln i iout of miy waiy muaIny iI tiII' to uI thingm for illii, iid, ido yil niow, I nevi r got iI thing froi hhi;l , 11) , 11li, ( never got 1ven iI 1nn oil thl nlrflliil.n polls Ireetl railroul. Not ev,\'e1n i l)m ," "iiI? old ImIIIIa ' lhl mid Il)llhom X, "1 will till you wh tn I will :Ih. If y, tl will eill, uli tiho lillielum gne.ll? I will give,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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RECOLLECTIONS OF THE BROWNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

RECOLLECTIONS OF THE BROWNINGS. During the happy summer of which I write, I occupied certain rooms in two Villa Bricehieri, on Bellosguardo, shar ing the upper floor with Miss Blagden, the " dear Isa " so frequently mentioned in Mrs. Browning's letters. From Bel. losguardo I walked down every week day morning to the city, often breakfast ing with hirs. Jameson -who was then reviewing her " Legendary Art." and who occupied Ihe third floor of Casa Guidispent the morning in the Specolo studying anatomy, and returned to Casa Guidi to dine with Mr. anil Mrs. Bi own ing. Up the Bellosguardo Mr. Brown ing, who rose early, and was fond of a morning walk, often came to meet me. " If Ihere is one thing my soul craves more than another," said I, on one of these occasions, " it is to take a turn in a donkey caretta." " And no you shall," said Mr. Brown ing, " and that now, for there just com ing out of the gate, is Girolomno. who every morning brings qs vegetnbles to Casa Guidi. We will aplropr...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WHO JUDGE SCROGGS WAS [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

WHO JUDGE SCROCCS WAS, The otatement by Mr. Louis Unlvert, at the IlanymurkeLt Thectre every even. llng, to the ellout thot 1" SurogppH tnn Just judge, nIUd one who loves a merry trial " hall nroine ol oe interes tr to thi quainlly-naned wenrer of thil ermne,. A coutelnpllJorary of tile notoricus Lord lelftrey, MSr Willinm Herotgs bouenmo Uhief Justl?e of the King ' liench in 1678. Thhroughout the whole of his career hIewn consp l(iou for tilt cruelty to much( unfortunrllc individuait no ehnnOed to ibe nrrnign,'d Ielere' hi1m. 'nartl?ularly 0'nO thhl thIe ca01e with regard to iersouon trild by himle for coil? tillilty In thIlle 'Ipih plot,which in June, 10713 litue Itrt()fisI pretlinded to h(vI (tl unaleed,. Illn term of oll('re,howt'ever, wa(r 1 short one, for, nlter only twoi, years' occo?lney of ill it rl'hotione l)Y 11i a0lnithi Oand heOt 1on1 'rh'rce, ru on hf, n lllledll to Illnt ( iiiei who,whoI I one off ll lllly welak o0llOniH ill'nterfere( d t on h h hei hls f, with the re...

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THE END OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

THE END OF THE WORLD. The prospective end of the world, or the extinction .of life upon the globe, which is much thie same thing, is a fas cinating theme with astronomers and scientific speculators. Most of them, however, put the period of finality so far away in the future that the present generation is not very seriously con cerned in the mathematical accuracy of their calculations. Two astronomers of the Naval Observatory at Washiington Mr. George A. Hill and Dr. T. J. J" Lee-have been measuring up the years of the world's existence. and both have come to pretty near the same conclusion, though while theformer will not commit himself to any period more definite than " billions of years," the latter fixes our doom at or about 3.001,900 A.D. At the end of about three million years we are told by Dr. Lee that the sun, which has already expended eight ninths of its eneiry, will have exhausted the remaining ninth and be completely burnt out. Athough the sun will still continue to he t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TWIN TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

TWIN TREES. A eurinets freak of lnature has recently been d?ltcovered on (tont Ihltnd, at Niunlgn Palls, It includle two tiren of thie tilmone twin pattlern. 'IIie C)roniIni?ing umIIIItI bhetween tie twutreell on (lont ohIland is bIelieved to hie tlhe luonl?lt connectionI of the k?nd yOe found, lind it in very Iinetih of it novelly. The trecL rer red IendIr. 'ihe larger of the two trees Ins boI t 40 feet high nol altout tellW feet front the balse, where the tree in 39? Inchets in oirount f-renie, tihe torinnelltrg iitni lhtotl lout. At thll point whers tle Ih bratnhe lenves thie larger Iree It Is At llnthetrn ie !rerunmfetence. At. a distull. of 30 Itllnch frot the larger Iron tll hlnllelh purena through it crottleh ir a white hitch tree, which trel in 61 intlehes int elre.triferentm julrt hnlow th e ratch, Iln hIolght tile Ilrech Is ll er thll tilhe ndall n mtr rintlittng? It. 'Thet thn ertmrni of illt 1 ul t lteeling brancth lnieltineS downwlrll anlld lllrttlms wtlh itr h mel tlon...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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IRISH HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

IR13SH HUMOUR. P?aty Dooly was a very poorarithmetiiean and was puzzled by ga mteat many questioun numbers of which did not enter olther people's heads. One day a new acquaintance re marked in his presenee : " have eight brothers." " Ye have eight brothere ?" said Patsy. " Then I suppone every wan o' thim hasseighl brothers, too ?" '" Certainly."' " Arrsh, thin," said Patsy. " How many mother Ihad the sixty-four o' ye ?" An acquoaitltnce. meeting an Irishman carrying a small box, nliked whatlit contained. Sure, an' its full of nothing," replied the son of Eriu. " Not ling !" exclaimed thle other. " And pray, whit does nothing 1ink like ?' " traith, an' if ye'll shut your eyes, ye'll be aftheer l eeeu'it inumediately." A well-known public man was sent over from London to IDublin during the great famine tlo how Lthe plople how to nmake soup. lie asked at stalving ihegrar wily she did not go anl gert tanme of the soup that was being freely' dliaributed. "8ll ip,n i , youtlr honour " ai...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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SAVACE CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

SAVAGE :CAPACITY. AJBocotundo Indian boy captured was sent to school at Bahia. lie had talent and industry enough to win a medical degree, and practised as a doctor. But .after some years his frielnds rcmarkgd a growing molannholy, and onl day he vantished, returnetd to his naked people, and wasl seell no more. There is a cir cumstant.ial legend in Sydney to the .-amo effect, says Mr. Frederick Boyle in " Macmillan's." The aboriginal hero, who distanced all competitors in the schools, "was named BunIIItiy. Peschel quotes a story told by Neumayer, an Australian explorer, in 1881. Wthen lost in the hush, lhe catme IacrOss a party of blacks who were very kind. tic usked directions forhis route, and one of them, ;tIIrk naked, laking the explorer's Iote book and pencil, jotted down the names of places and descriptions of the country through which he had to pass, in excel lent Eniglsh, and a handwriting like copper-plntel. HIe had Ibeen prize pupil at Adelaide Mission Fehool five or six y...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE MODERN BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

THE MUDERN IBOY. This is a true story of .n officeboy tvhousked 'for an:increas in his salary, iand got it. He is employed in one of Lipton's shops in Glasgow. lie was get :ting eight.. hillings a, week, and heo thought he ought thave meore. So he ,asked his superintendent,and the super 'intendent referred him to the manager, and the 'nmmnager-leaned back in his 'chair, andsaid, "You muost see Mr. ;Llpton'himself. rHe regulates all rises in s"alary." ':And after ra'week of disap point.ment the boy succeeded in gain .rmu admittanco' to .Mr. .Lipton's ofllice. 'W'itlishliky voice-,he asked-forfa rise in salary. " How long have you worked here ?" asked Ar: Lipton. " Four y?ers." " And how much are you get tiing " "!Eight :shillings 'a 'week." "'How old-'are you ?" "'Fifteen-years old." ' ""Why," returned h"Mr. Lipton, 'than!Iown Iasyourmage I was working for four.and-sixpence a'week and I thought I-wasuwell paid. 'What do yaolthink of that ? " Perhaps you weren't as valu able a boy as ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"CELESTIAL" QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

SCELESTIAL" QUOTATIONS. Ooo rof Ile, chief ochariaitCridties of tlJo written langigItfo of (China im ts love of quotation. Th, morn frequiently and pitly na i Chine writer iemploys literary a lusions the more is his style admired. Among the Chinese it miglht almost hbe aidd that stylt is qCuoltaltion. With thein Ie quotl is oln of tthi first ('aInoIsI of Iiterary ari, an it Chines1 who' ct'innot ilntroitucee event into his sordinary vI'Im position ll hrilno Itarr?oweiI froCm thle reiords of tho' past might as iwell try to lay 'htin toh litrary atlniinnlto?is as n It'irO(le'an uniblehi to olwl co'l'rrectly l to write graniltiitnlly, LetteIrs "n tihe Inioa., common subjete's ai unl l nluri papti)e narngraitphs dlit ilig ordinary items of Inhtllige'le are' s?hlomin writIte without theL illtrodtuctlion tilolin utaoln, malnt it thI('R quotLtions are niot ul lrlr<trwotiUl) it is imposolbl to grasp the' ,,waning of th wrlter. ,Oiw tight Ihrowni ,ame home very llat', it foul O lh...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WANTS AND WISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

WANTS AND WISHES,. In DeanPigou's reminiscences, isce, by Fdward Arnold, there is a story , curate, a new one, that paid ,his fir-t visit to an old womian who ati once de lined their relations. Addressing him in broad Yorkshire,,which the historiai does not venture to reproduce, she said, " lh, you're t)l now culralt ain't 'i ? " SYes," he said. " Well, now,l'll tell you what yer does when yir cormes to see me. S.You takes that stool. d'yre seeT You site down, reads moe a ohort-rind, a short--Paalm. You gives 111 a shilling, laniid then ye' can go." Alothr old woman, whomin the Vicar Ilinmself visited, alln asked, sylmpathetii ealtly, how he could helpi her. adinitted thatl the curates, " ice young gentle menl, but taint vicar," had called. Sul denly throwing hjrself bhack and placing her hland on hier stomachi,aho, oxclaiined, " It's a great, piece of boee on a bowl of gravy ias 1 wants."

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NOT NATURE WORSHIPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

.NOT NATURE WORSHIPPERS. "It is my belief," said a bright little matron newly Iarrived from a summer in Virginia, " that we go away from home to get our illusiouu dragged awar froul us and ,thrown to the winds. Down in Virginia this year I was crazier about tile inountaile than aver before ; itC enmd to mel they were more bheautiful than ever before. Out on a drive Jver tle lovely rough Vlrrlnian roiad one Jay, we were aughtl, in a alorl and took retuge in old Sqlure |iankuo' cabin home. We not in tie eoln icrrhh between theo two log rooms which Dlioe the Ilhoue, anc facedl Jthceocwnudcful. arl.ieapirlng. cY iLaina.., itecalliog iall I tad radl about people lwel ling on heiglllt, who sulfer if they nouve into valleys ; the Swiss herdsmen who die of homenlcknres-modelling their own ' Itanz LDe Valches, or whiatever it is-- anid to tile gaunt old wife of tlhe squire : 'Don't you love thaoe beautiful hills ?" " 'he old lady turned on me an eye of unmistakable acorn, and answered : " Lo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A DELIBERATE OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

A DELIBERATE ,OPINION. Chief Justice Waite, who delighted to tell stories once told'this story about Evarts and Conkling. Hoscoeonkling came into Mr. Evart's fltice one day wheri he was a young lawyer in quite-a nervous state. " Yol seem to be very unich excited, Mr. Cenkling," said Mr. 'Evarts as:ulos coe walked up and down the room. " Yes, LI' provoked-1 antprovoked," said Mr. Conkling. " 1 never had a client diesalitelcd ahout my fee beifore." " Well, what's the matter ", asked M1r. Evarls. " Why, I detfended Gibbons for nrson you know. Ili was convieltd, hut I dit hard work for hiin. I took hilllno the superior court :allnd hell wasi conlViUteId, ;thien ol nto to the st premon clourt l thlt slulpreme court colnfirmed the judgml nt and gave him ten ~'tars it tile penllitell titry. I charged hIl 3000 tollars,-and ntow g(iblbonls is grumblingl about it :says, t is too much. Now, Mr. .I;vatrts, I ask y~ou if I really charged too mucht?" ":'Well," said Mr. Evarls, very dellib. eratel...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] SUZE'S LOVE LETTERS, [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

[AL L Rmlot m IT ?RRVo n.J SUZE'S LOVE.LETTERS, " BY ELLIS MAItSTON. Slwilsh want the wer·lldircted raint against SoIle acond fluor -winodown of ltvronw Ten tltoglunkate's house iullaltrloa m, and Hute. tlolking up, received on impromptul sower 'allt on her pretty face. Pretty would Suze be aelcounld 'anywhere, and just Ihell s e lookedl particularly so, n.aohe laugheltd back at Betji, who was lookiogdown at iear from an open window. Mlovrouw' Ten Iruggen'kate was away for -a day ,or two, vislting thit rich hrrlother ('or nelius in Amsterdam, and we nil know what ha Ippoen in every country when the act is 'away. tuzo poised tho syrintgeigain nud snlt anontelr JutL nganitl theo windows, stand Ing further bluck as bile did so, thllUttle showero might not desCeod again upon her fare. ?u Hlts lad' acomplexion of milk and roses, "-eyes like blue porcelain, and ,softostraight '.htlr aif light brown, which was variedl on hter forehead anti put neatly away behlind Iter S.whilte frilled cup....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy 'And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr. 8. FORTINOTON "Without any other end than to peq form my luty to the public,,' msid Mr. Bamuel Porttagton, of No. 480 Bo atl down-treet, Carlton, to our reporter, "I will try to help them by answering your questions." "1 believe you have often spoken about a remarkable esospe you had some yeare ago. Do you mind telling me all about it?" With eharacteristio kindliness Mr. Fortington answered: "You shall hear everything that happened to me. To begin with, it i es well that you should know something about the hours I have to work, for I oonsider this a matter of reat isnportsooe. I work a number of hours on one shift at night and then I have to do a similar period during theo day-time, so that, you see my moalt are taken very irregutarly. I stood at all right bill a few years back, when my digetive organs oommenced to play up with me. A feeling of oppression in the chest appearod directly after eating, combined ...

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 6TH APRIL, 1903 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

ELTHAM SHIRE. COUNCI L.? oRDI'?tRY MON'PIILY. MF.E'P[NG... ', 1looD.AY, 6TII APRil, 190 : "8 The ordinary toouthly meeting of;; this Council was held at the Council- . Chadhber, Kangaroo Ground Hotel, o " Monday last. Present :-T-lhe Presi-? dent (Or. John Lowrey) and Ors. Boill-II OCneron, Scott, Sm.edJy, and Taylor. The minutes of the previous mteetiNti were read and confirmed and outward correspondence approved of. CORRESPONDENOCE. From Messrs. Leach andi Tihomson,' solicitors, re title deeds, 'late Mrs. Garrett's estate, Steel's Creeks. Received. - From Electoral Department, noiify ing that Mr. George Davies, of Queens. town, bead been appointetl eletoral registrar for the Quoenstewn Division' of the County of Evelyn, vice 'Mr. O. A. Marris, resigned.-Received. Frontm Treesury, foinm for cinmpletin-: .. an n Vs-', ndsd .to by tore tary, end money received; From E. 0. Morris, hon. see., Yarta Glee Horticultural Society and Fruit growers' Association, Ieliciting dona tion in aid o...

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