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

A Spotless Com plexion. F t o:AN' ` MA always ai-. bolical of the I , ;- 'y i f ~ most beuti fulin nature. S.~O One 1f the n most ip p or teant factors in woman's beauty is her h i i coa implesion. SMany arethe advertised skin beauti. Siers and ar tificial aids to complex ion, but no armount of powders, ereams, or other washes will permnntently create a good complexiono. When a woman hdaseallow skin, with pimples, black beads, or other difisgurations, is is sure sign that her internal organs are not 'performing their proper functions. It is necssanry to expel all waste keep the various dcts ait paesages i ' good working order. If this is tnot donle they become clogged, stid evil efects are sure to follow. A general derangement of the systeml, whtich is apparent in the face, gives a bad color to the skin, bringing blotches and other disfigurements to thea surface, Bile Beans, by reason of their mild action, are eminently adapted to eorrect these faults in women. They ejet? all waste ...

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 — 10 April 1903

,T- MACKEY, JURi, Cordial. and Bitter Manufaicturer, . . P.iycal Place (nft Swan-street), RICHMOND. E !8" years moanufartnriug for Hoile and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. SS. H. W. Pither (L:ate of Melbourne Marhts). 'lle only legitlimate Pr3dues Merchants is L the District. b ." ARGE supplies aiways on hand of the [ J following :t Bone Dust Puperphosphate(Cumming, Smith &Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed , 'Tartarian, Algerian, Danleh, itout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Pear and Strata- iten Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. '-Everything: in the T.INE ONLY kept in stock. AGENT for '.he celebrated " Salvitls. A call will eonvince averybrdy.., S. H. W. PITHER, LIL YDA.LE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal L.etters Patent) Tree EXTRACTORS, FUREsT DEVIL., Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten. O?rder by post receive prompt attention. Agrioultural Implements, &o. Beat workmanship. Warburton-rd., Seville, V'ia Llydale, and at Little Ya...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. -. O-- MonoDAY, M4Rncl 30. Prseennt-Cr Speers (Presideat) and drs HIunter, Hodgson;.and Lang. CORntt.sPONDENCI+. Front Matthew and John Fitzaim. mons calling attention to the daotn gerous state of the road leading to their place. They wanted a culvert constructed across the creek, thi hill cut, and the road formed. In the present 'condition of the road an accident was at any time liable to take place.--Cr Hunter moved, and Or Lang seconded, that the counoillors inspect the place and report at next meeting. From the Under Treasurer, forward. ing voucher for £100, equivalent for publican's licenses.-Attended to. Front Fire Brigades' Board,forward iag list of contributions dae by. the municipalities for thie, torrent year. Tenuplastowe's proportion was £7 2s, and Heidelberg's £94. From A. E. COlegg, on behalf of .Clegg Bros., calling .ttentioia to the =,.4th t ,,kbrn~rn ,. fr;om, the Doiieneterbonohdnry tot .: a his paddock. Hie cart very frequently a gothogged in ...

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

THE MAN OPPOSITE. To be staying in aper rlents at tihrh sPy-idn on a wet day is tile eseence of mlsery. S?, it, at least, was Marnnia anywsrd's olpinion s sihe strummed on the window-pann watch It;t the downpour. Marmle, aged eighteen, was the only ri dt spoilt daughter of a wealthy City taerchlnt. The lay wards had a Ilutin town and a h.,to. in the country, and lnrlMaie Acarcely i.now whalt it was to have a wish ungnatllicd. t: t at the preennt momont she looked lilthe llet unttnplpy mortal in the world. Mrs. Hlnt .a.l lay on thenofn with a splitting headacho, alld the ceaseless Inp of lurlnie's lingers against tihe glans wore on her nerves. " Do leave otf that noise, child. It mlnhls my head a tlhousand titeus worse," said iher mother. " I don't wonder it aches in such a stutliy roomn. You want morn air." Blurmie threw up the window and lcent out. The strains of at violin fell on her as. She found herself looking straight into tlhe dnrwing-room of the Iouse opposite. A man lay str...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FORTUNES IN PRESENTS. THE HANDSOME WAY ROYALTY REWARDS AMBASSADORS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

FORTUNES IN PRESENTS. THE HANDSOME WAY ROYALTY REWARDS AMBASSADORS. Probably one of the most rapidly-de caying of customs is that of presenting ambassadors at Foreiin Courts with pres ents. The diminuticn. It is true, is largely due to the fact that the govern ments of some ambassadors very properly forbid them to receive presents of any griat value. Blit, nevi rtheless, even at the present day, Sovereigns and Princes are want to express their satisfaction by means of gifts at the manner in which an ambassador has accomplished his business, ot conducted some special inis sion with which he was dchrged. It may be added that the bestowal of pres ents on ambassandrs is not altogether a voluntary act, but principally arises from ecustom. There has never been a period, per lhaps, at which ambassadors received plreoents more frequently than during the Middle Ages. There is a record of a most magnificent interchange of gifts which took plICe in 1227 between the Emperor Frederick and one of...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COPYRIGHT. TICKET-O'-LEAVE. I. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

COPYRIONT. TICKET-O'-LEAVE. 1. " Valescalh" John Langdon stooped to look into her face and his hot breath, strong of whisky, seemed to burn her cheek. ' Don't torn away from me," he cried. " Valesca, [ love you! Promise to be my wife." " I cannot." Valesca Bevan tried to push him away, " I am so sorry you have asked me, Mr. Langdon, I-I do not care for you In that way," " It is as 1 thought-that wretched, sneaking Edward 'rawford has oustea me in your alfectione," " You must not speak of him so," cried Valesca. " If there were no such person as Ted-as Mr. Crawford -if you were the only man in the world, I Would not marry you," Lanadon turned from her in. a'fury and went down the lane with unriteady steps. Valesca was glad to be alone and set off ,quickly towards her home .in-the opposite direction to that which Lang don had taken. The brief August gloaming was fad ing. Countrybred girl though she.was, Valesaca began to get frightened: even the sharp squeak of a shrew startled her. P...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XLVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. OIIAPTER XLVI.-(Continued.) The reading came to an end suddenly, and when he had finished the legal gentleman peered somewhat curiously a through his glasses at his audience of two. The younger brother was flushed and elated, and a soft light glowed in his eyes; once David had cried out in glad dest, deepest amaze when the name of e the woman he worshipped fell clearly from the reader'slips; then he composed himself instantly, and waited in silence t till the end. Geoffrey's strong, fine face was pale, e grim, and sullen. His lips were com pressed firmly on hiswhite-hot passions; t a fierce fire, baleful and threatening, shone in his eyes. He had come there a prepared for the worst; now that the , worst was known he scarce knew how to a give vent to the venom surging in him. " That, gentlemen, is your father's last h will and testament," the solicitor re- tn marked, blandly. " Who drew it up ?" Geoffrey cried. " Your father, every ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRENCH LOVE OF TALK [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

FRENCH LOVE OF TALK It appears to me,nlme. De Steel remarked, to be acknowledged that Paris is the city of the world where tho spirit and love of cn vel ation are most widely diffused; and that what is called homceicknees, that inddlinaslls longing for one% ecountry. independent even 'ofthd-frfafeis ones-e-hastfi8faý' $etrrt larly appliable to that loe of convrresatir which the French find nowhere in thIe sarat degree ma at home. Volney relates tllhat, do. itog the ievolution, some French ecmigranse wisalhed to found a colony and cultivate some hinds in America; but that. rmin time to lime, they quitted their work to go, as they said, to chat in the city (" cauner dane Ie ville' ), and tlhis city. New Oirlona, was about fifteen hundred mliles away. In all claosse thie nerl to converne in felt. Speech is not in Paris, oa elewlhere, a neore uearrs of communicating idea?, fetls ge, and busineas; it is an insetramrr,t .art whlc they love to play, and which etimolatea tlu mind like mausi...

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

HiE RECEPTION OF MR. TU3BS. ; BSome women are so painfully careful Ihat they may bu said to put cleanlines right up even with godliness, and occoaion. ally a little, mite ahead of it," rclmarked Uncle Amzi Blebbins, who was entertaining Ille city bearder willth reminiscences of tIle community. " Almira Tubbs was that kind tof woman. She and dirt weren at war with out ceoain', and her husband als sort of a recuueeltrado, so to drecribo Ilis condition, -I ryin' to occuly a neutral zone betwixt the conebatants, and continually gi:tint' the worst of it frtom both aides. " Durin' tle first year of their rmarricd life--she was a Peck before she became 'Ttbbia-so it -was whispered around the nelghlbourhoodr , llu had thle etti n'Iroo n clar pel tadkel ulp live dtlferent timc aand beaten land put lllown the otlllher way ofthe roo, to cauean it It, fadll equally, and Illthe othier ileo up,. on geoani al pinciples-1 don't mnlean that it hllliive tdlil rent aldes to it, but it was tiiitiedlove...

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THE TRIALS THAT BESET A PRIMA DONNA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

DHE TRIALS THAT BESET A PRIMA, NDOdA. " ,Imm. Ermes had just conelouded';a ory nyingeeuson,. buthernvivaeity, ten .minutesa of which remind one of a breezy day on a Yorkshire moor, was, nI effervescent an ever, and anninlerviewer was surprised tol ind her I in n quite jubilant mood. Somehow or other, when you speak to Mmte. Ealmes'for thefirst into you feel as if you had known't her for years. This in due to two reasous-lirst, her charming personality, and, necond, her palpable ignorance of the art of affectation. " If your spirits are any criterion, Mme. Eamnes," snid the personage " the prevailing rmpreesion tIhat a prima donuna'n life is 'just lovely' is not far wrung." " Tli enmy splriodelu de you," tIle losteea, who is the wife of Mtr. Julian htoly, the well knutwn painter, qutickly answered. " I am in ?nrch exrellent lhumllour because I havte finished my engaueoetano-because I am my own Iiblstos-lnl (aIUII cnan Ilve us Nature intended oln to live. I can sit in a ulimd of rignt...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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APRIL 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903

APRIL 17TH. A social, in aid of the Caledonia Cricket Club, will be held at the Queenstown Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening, 17th inst.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Constipation Conquered. BILE BEANS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

Constipation Oori quered. BILEIBEANS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. Constipation is one of t hose disordrs which, if not correctly, treated when the first symptonms appear, often proves the fore-runner of smore sjrio.ns eilents-. This complaint is literally the insuffic. ient working of the bowels, whereby a quantity of wante inatter is retained in the system, and is geuerally predisposed by a disotrdered liver. If a mild Oathartic is taken wheI the first sytmp. toms appear very little trouble will be experienced in curing this complaint, but if neglected it Ibecomes chronic, and is then a far mors serions matter. Bile' Deatus for Biliouanes, has gained. great praite for curing thlis'complailt is bothlt stages, and beinga a jihrely vegetabhle ipreparation, does nnt grille niorleave those debilitating after-eff"ett so comt m11tn1 to Imanly pocalIled purgative medicites. Mr Feariera, of 472 Col. lin's St., nlilltiurne, say .:-, I have tried your B)ile Beas, ndl can readily recintollneld therI, . ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

TAKEN ILL IN CHURCH. A LONG & DANGEROUS ILLNESS Clements Tonic Again. The Case of Mrs. A. J. CAMPBELL (By a Special Aeporter.) Practical subjects will always receive far more attention than more airy flights of theoretical imagination. It is, there fore, anticipated that the substantial les son to be learned from Mrs. Annie Jano Campbell's remarks (a lady who, by the. way, lives at No. 2.3 Church-street, Richnmond) will meet with much appro ciation. "I was taken ill in church," remarked Mrs. Campbell to the newspaper inter rogator, "and I felt so queer that I hlad to walk out before the service was half finished. That was the beginning of -a long and dangerous sickness, as I was so bad for six months afterwards that It was difficult to guoss which way my fato would be decided. I suffered with ter rible pains in the region of the heart, besides having a feeling of suffocation that was always very distressing. When I attempted to 'to any housework I bad to quickly put it aside...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

AUSTRALIAN PUBLIO FINANCE. 0 We (says 1'The ,A r.etrnlarcnn In,,nr. olce and Bantkinlg iecord, 20 h i arch, 1?03) publish, i anuotherr part of this issue, a contrilbu ion on the " Auc trlian Public D-ht," by Mr Ge". D. Meudell, who, when ha( loes full justice to hinmself, shows ahility and inde pendence of mind. In the discussion ,f great suljects the participation of original miid, oven with the defrcts th.,t sometimes auccompuy originality, is to be highly appieciated. Mr Men dell's chlarge that the administration of thle public finances of Australasia lhas been purely empirical, is a fairly correct onn. Empirical, however, it could scarcely fail to he to soune extoat, for the conditions of t?w count rias can only hie ascertained bIy experielce. But, for the last twenty years at least, enmpiricism, in Ihe sense in which Mr Moulell uses the word, has been wofully in the ascondant. In no sense has continuity of policy, or fixed purpose governed the adlministratio of the public iinan...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CITY OF REFUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

A CITY OF REFUGE. L .oatit is going to move to Rhode Island." " What for ?" " Oh, ue's exhausted his credit here, and he has heard about lots of people trusting in Providence."

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SINGER'S VOICE BY POST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

A HINlltItEI VOICE0 IIY POST. or il thle uIes to whichll the phonugrapl hlia beea putll the following In probably one WU the Inuot praclical. A wellknown maInager receivd nome timne nitleo it letter from I'oati, llnoluo?iK the Iphotol gllalh of i laly anli whllaL nltlrlll r ld to e Iln, foil lneatly foldilld lip rind cllillolly IllndlntetiL Th'e lttrer wol Ito Ihit lulpur(t: " Hir,--I inilouu iphologruall of myself In * li Tli1tvlAht' soii ll ?pilelnn of lily vOi1 bllit latllly l iret e lllr and tho ltle woll I rllu upprtr at yolt IltlirOI, I have 11Ihf h ollur toi le, sir, yours, " 1i .ll," 0Linn la1 ehllrllly, hoi n oellev ed, wa t 0 ll alleirnbly pmuledi. Tlhe iIphIotgru)aph llmiowE In 11 ,lv ill llrlt,'lve i obeir' ll' te, Ilti r wiet Is rth poihlt atnd evrblrlllly Am elieul. Itil holw lto dieiover n Iedy'nIt 11u IIInI elll ill Illrhll l Ii llO tlly11 I ii 11? d, oi 0 ,llt 1 estIh i Iiy t gi y thei 1l I'o nlllliu lllr n lI l l1 I mole s I. Altl I III l11111iIe1 1 IlIth ie ryinl ...

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HELPING HIM OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

"HELPING HIM OUT. : Graphter: Hang it! 'l left my pocket book home, and I haven't a penny in my clothes. Say, lend me a liver, will you? I'll return it to-morrow Phoxy: I'll do better. Here's a nickel; you can go home and get your pocket book.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRA GLEN RACES. EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

YARRA GLEN RACES.'." EAsTER MONDAY. SSTEWARDS : Dr. hapmnn, Messrs. G. Love, 0. , ciaeitvret, J. tHmedley, ?, Illis,? 'J. arell, \W. .'lltichari?aeon, ' and W. hall.' STARTIER :-Mr. .1. O'Donnall. JuDoG.:--Mr. G. diu t'ury. CLERK OF SCALE :-Mr. N. Ellis. CLERK OF COUnes :-Mr. J. 0. Yates.' ,HAnDICAPPER :-M-r. A. F. Bradshaw. These races' took place on Monday I last; and passed off pliasantly antd "successfully. The attendance of the '*general public was good, but prohably would habe been larger had the weather indications been more favorable in the earlier part of tihe day. Tih rain that had fallen on Saturday night and Sun. ltiy had the effect of making portions . of the racing track wet and slippery, especially at the lack of the course, where, in the running of the Trial S:akes, an accident occurred, .Miss Mslarch cowing to grief and Alluvial falling over the top of iher. The rider Sof the latter, fortunately, escaped with' a shaking, hut Miss March's joakey . J Nelso1 was act so...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A GREEN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

. A C"GREEN HAND. He wia a Inew ft eight handler. " Load 'those barrels in that car,' ordered the freight agent. " Ui' can't load barrels in that cor, sor,' responded the new man. SWhye not?" " It's a box car, sor."

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY HE WAS UPSET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903

WHY HE WAS UPSET. "You look a trifle doleful to-night." said ione of a group of gentlemen to nnother. W:hile all wore sitting one Saturday evening 'before the lire in one of tlhe clubs. " Well," said tile gentleman addreised. " I have as good a right to look doleful to. iight so any man 1 know of." " What's up ?' naked the other members of tie group, in a chorus. " It wee this way. You know I am an ardent bicyclist and I have a boy who huo the same pension. This evening, just afIer dark. as I was coming down to thi club, walking alurg, thinking of nothing in particular. I wns hit In tile back by what seemed to be a locomotive, and knocked slrrnwling into the gutter. It w;a muddy there, and when I hlad collected my scattered eunses I was all cov* ered with dirt, and also very mad. I looked around to see what hit me,and found a yourng man and a safety bicycle on tile pavement all tangled up. I was mad, as I said before, ann, without stopping to think what 1 did, I took that young mRan...

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