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KANGAROO GD. V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

KANGAROO (D. V. PANTOK HiLL. This match was conicluded last Satur. day, and resalthet in a win for Kangaroo Ground with 56 runs to spare. On the first day's play, both tweams having played an ionnigs each, the home teamL had a lead of 19 runs, last Saturday, in their 2Sid innings, they made 88, thus giving the risitora 108 runs to get to secure a violory, but they failed tctnake half the scorw. At the &onclusion of the matech hearty cheers were given for the donor of the trophy (E. H. Cameron, Esq., M.LX.,) who was present on the groutadand also for the ladies who had kitsdly supplied refreshments on bothdays'of play. Following are the scores:- KANGAROO GROUND. First Innings. L. Taylor, b E. Spry...r ... ,. P. Kennedy, b K. Spry ... .4 G. Speers, h Plunkett ... t W. Nicholas, o 0. Spry, b R. Spry 3 Topping, c and b Pionkett ... 38 Jas. Speers, b Plunkett ... .32 .Ino Kenedy, b 1. Spry ... 1 lHarrla, c W. Spry. b Ptunkett I Andrews, b W. Spry . ... 5 II. White, not out ... C....

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HER HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

HER HAND. AlI, little, hand. so white and slim. I wonder if you know Why u'en your lightest touch has power To thrill and hold me so P ? Is It because you're soft and cool And pink of finger tip. I would upon your daintiness Feed hand and eye and lip P Or is 't dear, confiding way You slip within mry palm, That ills me with such happiness luch restful peace and calm P Is it your faith and truthfulness, Oh, tiny, lender thling, That can, o'er world-worn heIart of ruine, Such sweet enchantment fling P Ahi, little hand, so lim and white, I wonder if you know Why, when within mny clasp you lie, i'm loth to let you go P

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TO-MORROW'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

TO-MOIRROW'S PLA?. Kangaroo G3rcoid ,r. Kingiake, ae Kiuglake. - Paniun Hill T. Orietmas Hills," at

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ARTHUR'S CK. CENTRAL V. WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

ARITHUR'S CK.. CFNTHAL V. WHIT. TLISEA. This match w;s played it Arthur's Cieek ron October 25Th and November slt. Whittlesea winiung the toIs i?ent to the wickets and made 71, in response I to which the Centrals could only score 9, of which W. Hempel by Plashing play made 6. , The second wicket fel for 9, and the tenth wicket fell for 9 a rn for However, theo second it igs o side showed a reversal of form, and the match ended in favor of the Centrals by 85 runs. M'Intosh (28) for Whit. tlesea, and H. Green (41) for the Centrals were top scorers. The full scores were as follow : WHITTLESEA, Pirst Iunings. M'Intoeh, not out ...- .. 28 Wilson, run out 0 Owens, b Green .. ... 0 Bolton, b Green 0 M'Kenzie, b liempel I... Coe, b Uempel I1 Howell, b M urphy .. .. 14 Builer, b Green ... Smith, run out ... ... aarshall, c, b Ilempel Carey, b Green ..0 .r " Byes . . 3' " Bowling Analysis;-' . balls I runs I wkte I. Green .... 4 20 4 W. empel ...; 6 22, 3 A .Iempl ... 18 4 0 J. Murphy ... :3 ...

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UPPER DIAMOND CREEK V DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

UPPER DIAMOND CIIEIK V DIAMONI) CLII KK. This match was played at Upper Dimnond Creek on 25th October and Ist Nov.mbl,.r, ind resuhle.d in a win for e haotme trian. Tile scoes being, Uipper Dimhitd Oe;Ok, let inings 604, 2?d iniitigs 83; Diamuntd Greek, lot innlitng; 49, 2nd innings 61. The scores renche.d us too late for insertion in this

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DEAD AT THE LOOM: OR. THE TRAGEDY AT MILLSOM'S MILL. A YORKSHIRE STORY OF 1830. CHAPTER XXIV. THE MURDER DISCOVERED.—HARGREAVES CONDEMNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

DEAD AT THE LOOM; OR. THE TRACEDY AT MILLSOM'S MILL. A YORKSHIRE STORY OF 1830. CHAPTER XXIV. TEE1 MURDER DISCO ERED.- ?HARUREAVES CONDEMNED) TO . DEATH' .In the pleiusaint little garden at Mill somr's Mill there was now witnresslid such a seenri ofl horror as would re hard, in duid,- to describe. There in the dini light of the late -July evening was the hole which Toni Ashton and Harding had dug, and sticking up from it was the ghastly h]and,.pointing upwards as though to call down tihe vengeance of heaven upon the murderer. As soon as they understood what that awful .object was, Tom, Archie, and HLenry Harding lied front the spot, never *halting till they had cleared tire wall and stood in thi middle of the road. There they regarded each other with horror-stricken faces; the dread dis covery had made them dumb; it seemed as if even the power of further motion were denied them, and they could do nothing but stare at.each other. Tom was the most aflected of the three. Up to the very...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

Medical Notice. DBB?O DOI PHIILUPS, T,.I..C.I'.,od., M.It.C.S., Rng., L.S.A.. Lend E Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg ] S lay. he (`oouln'ttqt , SFvery Wednesday, Sllhnm, 1.30 to 2 pmn. . 1Ktgarll?lo '(rotund (If lnstracted at Hel -delberg before II an. . i ? Every Friday " ' : reenohborotgh, 1.30 it 2 p.m. -.T)anmond Creek, .30 to 5p o. . " DR.'. ROLLASON Of Heidelberg, E:? itra. 'IllTuesdayt, 12 noon. GlneNa?n? onoul, 'I'uesdayai, .30 p.m IaAMONDo Cacsi, Fridays, 3 p.mW. DOR J. T, CHAPMAN c..sbAROO GROUND Every Monday, I to 3 p.m. QUEENSTUWN Alternate Thdrsdays, I to Sip,m [A CAma.] F. PEIPERS, , .,. NITAS comnmeoced Medical Practice, as successor to the late Dr. Sutherland, I and may be consulted at sOUTH YAN YEAN. O Mondays and Thurodaya he will visit WHITTLEtSEA (\lr. Timms'I' otel), In the afternoon, 3 to 4 o'clock. O F. GMEELIN,)ID. S'AN beo consulted I,'VEItY DAY at LILYDALE 1in his new resideneu : etween Wilson's and Mr. Burton'a Coach buildinlg lFctory. ID)R. A. E. -SYME, bl.R....

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ABOUT LORD KITCHENER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

ABOUT LORD. KITCHENER. The patient constructive _skill iicLbrd Kitchenrer hais exhibited, ibothas Chief :6f Lord: Robert''stafl and in the supreme conilind,. and(l his rare. administrative powers give him high rank among soldiers of, the lfoltke type-the organisers of vic tory who are not less essential than the winners of battles. Moltke often conducted a campaign from a dis tance. like a chess-player directing his moves across the Atlantic. Lord Kitchener was a Mfoltke on the field itself, thinking out his plans iin the midst of hostile movements and thile confused noise of battle.-" World." When one endeavours evel to re capitulite the moere headings of the work effected by Lord Kitchener since he assumed command in Nov ember 1000 one is lost in admila tion of the administrative and or ganising powers of the man: Feor in the time he lies not only conduct ed successfully military operations of the most conuplex character, and on tile largest scale, over a huge area of country, but...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

TENNIS. The 4th annual' meeting of the Eltham Tennis Ulub was lield in the State School, Eltham, on the 3rd inst., at which the annual report was road by the Secretary. The 4th year of the Club has been a quiet and uneventful one, though I amt glad to say the number of members has not decreased, but on the contrary has increased front 21 to 25. Great interest WaI taken in the tournamuents (gentlement anid ladies' singles) which took place in the ble ginning of the year. Both were closely conltestel , but the result was that Mias L. Wingrove and Mr. Colo wtre tlhe victors in their respective tournamunts. {rhe trolhies--a -ilver.o?uuntd pursu and racquet-? re presetted to them on Fihruan'y lStb by the President of the itbb. Ot.1y two nmatc es took place during the yt!ar-both'n th Heidelberg. - T'Jl first was on Noveonher 16th and a most exciting contest took place. There wete three pairs on each side, and the gamnes were most excititng and closely cot tested but tile victory retmailed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

SWhittlesea Agricultural Society. PATrooS:-Sir R.' Ctok,,k e ,LC, T.'.jnruLnon; : Esq.f' M.L.C:_IR . Harper, E .. M.i .R;, E '. ion. E.' li. Camro,' I.L.A. dand ' " -)--..S'G N.? 'Gr LI;iS A'OW. WILL BE IHELD AT TIlE Society's Shom Yards, Whittlesea, On Monday, NOVEMBER 10th, 1902,; T~IIR following prizes being otefred for Sompoethtito, and will be paid in cash' or goods given to the society : Class A.-DRAUGHT STOOK. STEWARDS: Messrs. T. Glover and J. Coulthard. ENTRY FEE: Entires 7s 6d'; others s. s Best Entire Draught` Horse (open to all comers), 4 years or over-First prize ?3, second .i zos, third certificate. Best Entire Draught Horse, 3 years First prize` tr, second sos, third certificate. Best Entire Draught-Horse, 2 years First- prize £I, second Ios, third certificate.. . Best:Yearling Colt or Gelding-First prize £~, second certificate.. Best. Draught-Brood Mare, in foal or foal at foot-First prize £2, second £z Is, third certificate. Best Draught Dry Mare-First prize £:,'sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

PUNISHMENT Social progress has done away with a great many forms of punishment once administered under the laws of enlightened peolde. But ges or modifles her penalties she still basthenamepunish. meat for the man who neglects or abuses his stomach, as she had In the faroft days " when / Adam delved and liEve apl." The SPness, Irritability, S I nervousness, and usleeplesntess which S \ are visited upon the mlsan who eats carec lessly or irregularly have been from theit beginning the eel. deceas of diseases of the stomach and i . ts associated organs of digestion and nutrition, 1)lt. ointa's ]NDIAN I ooT P'tll. cure the diseased stOut. ach, and unable the perfect digestion and aselltllation of foild, an that tie slueglihnoes Irritability, nervousneas an sleeplessness, which result from Innutritlon, are salso cured. We canntlot do better Ihan use the words of Mr J. ii. lKing, 11 Jorsey ''crraco, lbydney, whlls en erlence along thits lino entltlel his statemlent, to nmor thlin ordinary...

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COURTS. 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

OOURTS. 1902. Courta will be held during the Year 1902, at the aldermentioned pinces, on the deays, at the hours, and on the dates herelinafter respiectirely set out, viz.: Name of Court. Day. ' Januar. Feb. Marcl. April. May. June. July. August. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Heidelberg ... Monday .. 6, 20 , 1 t ,24f t 1.4 , 1 *t 23st 14,. t 4,5'*t l,22*t 6,27*t 10, 24t l,22*t Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 18 10 10 7 12 2 7 11 8 1 8 8 Eltham .. Tuesday ... .11 14 11 II 8. 18 10 8 14 1 9 Yarra Glen .. Wednesday 9 30 1 12 12 9 7 4 Healesville ... Thursday...2 800 27 27 24 22 19 17 14 11 D 11 Lilydale ... Friday ...9 3.1, t 14 7,14 t 4,11t 29.tS 6t,1 4*t.l. t 1,19 1, 1 5, 19 24. 31 1 1, 22 21 18, 0. -27 18, 25 22, 99t 220 ,a t.t. 2 Ferntree Gully... Tuesday ... 9 28 95 22 27 24. 22 28 23 28 23 23 Queenstowa ... Monday ... 11 2 3 17 21 19 18 Warhburton ... Satu;day ... 10 22 22 22 19 17 14 1.29 13 * Police Maglstrate's -lolts. It Li:eslng and Varden's Courts, Thot Clerk of Courts will attend to...

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(Copyright.) Maryland's Perversity. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

(Copyright.) Maryland's Perversity. DY MAY GEIITRUDE PRtIENDEllUAST CAUCIIY. ---*-·I They ' iere both. young. Ho. was a Yale graduate, - and so, in her opill -lon was a typical Yankee. He wans rather nice as men go, She was a Virginiat girl and conseiluently charming. 1Th6 location was S. county; the thne 11.l0 i,. In. tile exact place the noirth-cost coliler of tile pliazza of one of the lea Ullull lholnes of a well-known Ilichnionll family. Thile dlnrklles was lighltened by a half nmioon which waus "just Speeping roulnd one of the lmarblle columns ofr the lportico, andI the. stillness was broken by the croak ing of frogs aund the soulld of vio lins playing " My Maryland, " to dreamy waltz time The' odour of honeysuckle and magulinas lilled the air with swetiless. Maryland Howard, (oile of the guests composing thJ house party, :was enjoying a ha:nnmck and lanzily watching the lmooln and--llouting. Jack Thayer occupied . a seat pi the railing of the po'cli, from which hadl he tilted...

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MATED IF NOT MATCHED. A SEASONABLE SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

MATED IF NOT MATCHED, A SEASONABLE SOLILOQUY. My love is very sweet to me these days; I note a great improvemeat in 1Her waye. The meals are good, and everything Around The house is bright, and cheer and love Abound. She meets me in the vestibule , At night; She pats my cheeks and flatters me The sprito! She says I'm looking younger ev' Rty day; But well I know for this I'll have To pay. I'm no spring chicken. I can tell You thatI Winter is past, and shle wants a hat I *e* HIS WIFIE'S NEW DlR?SS,. Wally Wallihan got mori led a few months ago. inll since he never was maorried before, he does not eelt like an oli married mlun. He tries ti, and thinks he does, but he does not, and his wife can prove it. Mrs. Wolllihao persualed her husband to gel her a new dreas, and he promised it to her en condition that she made it Ihrself. olesaid be would Iliv ts go without the huggy summer trousere he alwuay had when lie wan single; nod added that Ite would be reaxeutd by toans of a rop around si...

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BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. TO-MORROW'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. TO-MORROW's PLAY. Diamond Creek v. Arthur's Creek Central, at Diamond Creek. Greensborough v. Upper Diamond Creek at Greensborough. Whittlesea v. Arthur's Creek, at Whittlesea  

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A RIGHTEOUS RECKONER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

A RIGHTEOUS RECKONER. "For the love of heaven," he saild, " give me a little work to do. Anything that I can turn my hand to." The proprietor looked him over, He was decently dressed, young and Intelligent and had evidently seen hoetter days. " I have some work," said the proprietor, " but It In of a rough sort." " Anything,anything," cried the unfortun. ate man. So he was eet to work sorting bolts, but ies hadn't really started the job when he was noticed to stagger slightly. " You must excuse me," he said brokenly, " hut I ltaven't tasted food for 24 hours." Thereulon the proprietor dipped his halnd into his pocket and brought up a 50-cent piece. "Take that," ihonaldt "got yourself a square meal and then come back." The follow took It, but he didn't come back, A week or so later the vietimlisod man told his story to a follow manufacturer. The latter renemmbered It whetn, the very next morning, a young man anmo Into bll office and remarkedt' " For the love of heaven give me a IIttJ...

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A GRASSHOPPER WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

A GRASSHOPPER WAGER. John Mackay, the mining millionaire, has in his employ at Carson, Nevada, an expert named Maurice Hoeilich, who always offers to back his opinion by betting. This annoys Mackay, who does not like to be disputed, and is further fretted by the fact that Hoe. flich usually proves to be in the right. One day Hoeflich was playing with an enormous grasshopper. It could jump over twenty feet, and he said: " I'll pod you fifty dollars, Mr. Mackay, dot you can'tfind a hopper to peat him:".. Mackay sent a trusted emissary down to Carson Valley to secure a contestant. The man spent nearly a week catching hoppers, and reported that the best gait any of them made was seventeen feet. lHe doubted if a bigger jumper could be found anywhere. The nextday he arrived with about a dozen hoppers, and Mackay gave them quarters in his roome as Vanderbilt would stable his. stud. Each had a cigar box to himself, and every morning they ware taken out and put through their paces. It was im...

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THE HOME OF THE HOT DEVILS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE HOME OF THE HOT DEVILS. The greateet natural wonder in Java, if not in the entire world, is the justly cole. brated "Gheko Kamdha Gnmko,"or "Home of the Hot Devils," known to the world as the ".Island of Fire." This geological ea centrielty is really a Lrke of boiling mud, situated at about the centre of the plains of Grobogana, and. is called an island because of the great emerald sea of vegetation which surrounds it, and gives it that appearance. The " island " is about two ailes in cir cumference, and is situated at a distance of almost exactly fifty miles from Solo. Near the centre of this geological freak immense columns of soft, Pot mud may be seen con. tinually rising and falling like great limbers thrust through the boiling substratum by giant hands, and then quickly withdrawn. Beside the phenomenon of the boiling it[Ilct of thot slime that fill up like huge balloons, and keep up a series of constant explosions, the intensity of the detonations varying with the size of t...

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THE GREAT BELLS IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE GREAT BELLS IN INDIA. Wa have all read in our school-books of the great bell of ]Mocow, and retain usually a vague impression that itis the only bell of its clris in the world. Yet hugo belle are very common in India. Near pagodas and monasteries there are often found specimens of very great dimen eions. They have no tongues, and some are of enormous weight. The largest bell of the pagoda of tRangoon weighs 55 tons. These bells are rung by striking them on the edge from outside with a der's horn or a piece of wood. The blows must be given skilfully. There is a monster bell in Burma, near .laundalay, on the right bank of the Irra waddy. It modsures nearly sixten feet in height, and nearly fifteen feet in diameter. Sustaioed by three strong beams resting on two pillars of masonry, it is hidden under a shelter of climbing plants that surrounds it. The Burmans have a great roptutatioid as boll-founders, and beautful specimens may. be eon at Rangoon and other places through out the c...

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THE UGANDA PROTECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE UGANDA PROTECTORATE. T"'he Uganda Protectorate offers to the nLaturalist the most remarkablo Iltnlllls, birds, fisl. butterflies and. earth-worms, one of which is as big as a snake, and is coloured a bril liant \erditer blue. In this Protect orate there are forests of a tropical luxl:rlance only to be omatched in plarts of the Congo Free State and in the Camleroons. 'robably in no part of Africa are there such vast forests of conifers. There are other districts as hid coasly desert and void of vegeta tion as the worst parts of the Saha ra. There is the largest continuous area of marsh to bIe let with in any part of Africa, and perhaps also the moost considerable area of table land anldl llOnuttaln, rising consider ably above l,000ft. Here is pro balhy .ratihed the highest poillt on the whole of the African continent naumely thu loftiest snow-point of the lhiwenzori range. tlere is the largest lake ill Africa, which gives irlil to the alin brallch of thile longest riser In that c...

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