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DO NOT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
DO NOT HAY, Do not say two first, eto., but nay first two, as only one can he first. It Is better to eny last two weOek, efo., rather than punt two woe ku, In using the wordsi furiher andt fi'ther renembelOr tlint fntltor should be ined in the meoue of nway friom, while further lin the llsens of (on townill: "Aiu.in ndvaniuel flr ther on Zils waey hI renlie.dl that 10o was gettlng nrlther nwny' froml IlollO." Io olll any it wans a weekl ago to mollrrow, but it will be a wleek ng to inoriow. Ito not miy a coat eint well, but a cII t Bell watll n il ae a len l itlle on eae, we hlinll any n " eittiog l"ll Ilnot "I a ltting A New Novel,.- Nth " Ilie you read *In lau?l'e 1lyl Il' l " Yes billt I'vre niver got far lulu II fye."
FANNING THE FLAME OF GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
FANNING TIl I: h LAM O0 (1J IENI US. 1Fond mothller--" Woll, smy pot, dlil thL groat idrnllltll li tlllllllager anlly yssou wouIId quickly Iusose si atar if you adopited tiss itagf na 55 proifoulon 1'' but I (t1111si ho lisitisI to rngsgo me (Utor a nlow dsiism tl drisia of n5m1 Iind. Jli i?hl i i go ho e 11111n11 I c 11 n11 to coll pl. i 'ih ilul wsoss iL lls s r t?1o (I 11 11 iss (n for (11i jour. WhIst lii ou1 g5i5g to buy your wis for Slii tthlsilsis of iLttlig IsIirt pbnss " (ull , lo Iplay 7" " NI , ltof ir i Ir s o. 1i, iio lll lll i ' 11 'd 61L Iphiy 7" Misl. lllh,. rls' " \\'Whlt hImuot sl mao' l l. tll lllil, lh 1'g oit n,,os lll, Io lhlerl s ' Io l Iohs Ia I i 'r''" " 11, L Iin dis, 11,11 e lue au *u
TRANSPLANTING MUSCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
TRANSPLANTiflC MUSCLES, The wonder. of slurlgery will, it seemls, lever c? 0u . Alnong Ihe Ihont Ilmlpotanil clilrhie?elnmnti I the trnlplunting lof thell Imitc:lm T'line h1l0 boeen aoiioerlfllllv loIlue In the Ino of ni patIent who hwld for hnilf i lIfe. Ill e IlIIr IIn ulIiUi tiO IlIt I)lnl leg nit aetorltit of pIro"lysle lcluriltiiri IIi crlly c'lillllliL ''he. spc't 1i11 In lllu?s dir.lrl·er tdl " A l?s. InIIh llnl?LilllllDlll n InIireion In ulnir o 011 IIIt Innlfer Mler. Iof then IIIth?lwlh lth inhhtllo olp p1 i l, h t ti r i i i triili, 'Tli, eottolrr' Is t! 'trl rl nIl. , 0l11 ti Illln liio, lIrIloIghit IrwIrelrII norlt lerinchi'ld I, tile IerragoHlsI)r (nilel. lIt lnreD IIn ll itli ?' lilthiillncr tid h l t I Ilre poolilllll. T1'he' lll11lhllnllt'll| IImII.I be nI de Inlyh Iby epliltl?ng li fonh lianl oIIt1e1el?o I t iirerr Ilrrrinir nor1~111 hint'~~.11' It (irorotti,, ir.1 Iti liti brtih, iiini oret irtl Centies 1i is lhiow tll ln li lltllllll a Ir s le llil II i11t te llli...
DOGS TO ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
0OGS' TO "ORDER, Pair Cuoetomer: I live in the suburbs, and I want a good house-dog. Dealer: Yea, mum. " But of course, I don't want one that will keep us awake ail night barking at notlling.,r "No, mum." "He must be big 'and trong and flerce, you know.", ,I Yes, mum." " Yet as gentle a.s a lamb with us, you know." " Tes, mom." " And he must pounce on every tramp that comes along and drive him off." "'Y, mum.' V. . " But he-mustn't interfereswith• any poor bat honest man looking for work." " No, mum." " If'a burglar cones prowling about at 'night the 'dog should" make.mincemeat" of' him in an instant." " Yes, mum." " But he 'mustn't attacka neighbour who drops in for an evening call." " No, mum." " And, of courle, he mustn't molest people who come hurrying in at all hours of thle night to call my husband. He's a doctor, you know." "'ho, mum. I see what you want. You want a thought-reader dog." ".Yes, I suppone so. Can .you send me " Very sorry, mum, but I'm just out of that kind."
WHAT TO TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
WHAT TO TRY, Try anuffing powdered borax up the nos. arils for CatnrIh in the head. Try taking your cod liver oil in tomato catsup if you want to eoake it palotable. Try a cloth, wrung out ln cold water, put about the neck at night for a soro throat. Try walking with your hands behind you if you find yourself becoming bent forward. Try a saturnted solulionl of bicarbonate of sods (haklng coda) in diarrheacl troublea; give freely. Try a newspaper over your chest, beneath your coat, as a chest protoctor in extroemely cold weather.
PROSPEROUS RED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
PROSPEROUS RED MEN. The Indiana had a big blow out at the rc. sidence of Louis Antelope, in Tekos, one dal this week, the ocaasion being the osl e bratlon of the noniversary of the death of Augestus. a Coeur d'Alene ludian, who died last year. A magnificent feast was given by the hobt, a son of the deceased, to all -who attended. The entire itibe was invited, and fully 600, including the childreno,accepted the invitation. Chief Snaltee made a chnracter Istic speech and was followed by Peter Wild. shoe, who'preised tlievlrtues of the deceased. The chief of the Spokane tribe, whose name eas not learned, was also present, and ad. dressed the assembly. Festivitlee began at 9 o'clock and lasted until evening. Tihe feast w'as given by the host, Augustus, and must have cost a "pretty penny," no excellent food was served to the vast throng present. These ludians are rapidly becoming civil. Ised and are assuming the customs and dress of the whiten more eacl'year. They have excellent farms, g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
Whittlesea Agricultural Society's PLOUGHING MATCH Will be hell at Whittlesea on 12th MAY. J. E. STEER, Secretary. Preliminary Notice. SHE Quacenetown Annural Athletic Sports a Ill be held on the Queenstown ground on Monday, May 19th, 1903. The pro gramme will appear in a later issue. A Concert and Ball will be held in the Hall in (lhe evening. Joint Secrelaries IRVING NOBLE. C. H. P'AKE Found, S MALL TAN LEATIIEIt IIAND-BAG, Kangaroo Ground road. Owner can have same by paying expenses. R. WELLER, Kangaroo Ground. FOR SALE. T IrG HT TWO.HOIRSE WAGGON 1 . English fore-carriage ; nearly new. Apply. W. J. EVERITT, Wheelwright & Blacksmith, Kangaroo Ground. FRUIT TREES FOR SALE. F . W. NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's, . Queenstown, has the following fruit trees and plants for sale at reasonable prices: New Peach Princess May, Apples Pears Almonds Apricots Peaches Plums Cherries Japanene Plums Quinces Figs Oranges Lemons Mulberries Gooseherries Raspberries Red Currants Filbert Nuts...
"ONE MAN ONE DRINK." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
" ONE MAN ONE DRINI." A correspondent hns made the dis covery that inear Liverpool-street :tation, London. there i xits ai public house where nny ciiustomner who enllter with a pipe or cigar in his mouth is politely ignored. The wniters fail to see hit till he ceases smnokillg. ,hould h :k for in pint of hoer ihe is inllforimed that he llly not have Ilmore( than half ll t pint, and shouldt he after drinking his hlIlf biliat ask iot one more, lie is invited to take it walk and return in half-alu-hour. The pirinciple of " one mlan one drink " is a fiundallmental rule of the 1stahlisti lintent, suijeet to slight norlifttetiens. Tie houst e li not imanagedi in naeeordane' wit I antyparticular philantthropie theory. It: rules im Imerely a matter of ??siluss allnd from that pohmL of \itw naey alre tid to he FII(c'Ie. s'h. e custoelllll llre maintily working-class peopIle.
IT WASN'T A MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
IT WASN'T A MU1DEq. Everybody was hard at work in News paper-row in ('iap Wikofr when the sound0 of an alterallinn made iteelf hlelrd near the end of the row. Thiose eonllernied werei', by the tonelll of tlheir voices, colotlured lmril. " \\Wad yo' trvin' to do wif dat raz zer?" cried the lirst voice, in earnect Keep yo' louf sihut. I'll shouw yo' what," retorted the l'eelnd. " L.lo) (out. ilnow, cainl' yo' ! Yo' dune getltini' too eaireless. " I'll lixyo' all right." SOw-w-w ! 'Yo' gishi no den I " iet l y' monuf, yo' "- There lwi n strangled cryv, followed by oi hideous gurgling, in the newspaper men, droppilng thlleir pins and periileo, rushedlil out of their abudes inl hurrilled expectanlicy of findiiig a muiIrder in pro kires. Iistead they beheld, in anll im provised barhber chir nllde of two blIes, oml of the signal corps teamsters being khavited by an amulteur banrter. There was a lheuhk of blood on the face of the slbject,ald Ilis month ws. full of lather. which lie gurglili...
SCARCITY OF TIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
SCARCITY OF TIN. That lth ghildll.hi of the %i-irl, aire ut1101'h morn 1,rhn-iv'. 1111h 0 t ei lin;l.1 le in it urt whic' h might Ir ik the 11u' i, - lill perl nn l ii h lli rlriou l frlingi? uill' prie-. The liniflhhl- which loo knto? in to exl e I' }ver\'lI' I lltlI'll .I il? ll ll llt h n 5,000 s'qul'r(e m ills, 1 '1110' th,- hlllll(' Inr' n el Iolab| hosrlng role ionll (In' ever)' M1 tt'lo llil . I ll '1111.1l h 'li i 1.t hnr tilh j l lli?ll II Iii0 t. Ti , h iili' li, in , lvii lh , lviii' l ih It.' i N e?i l rii ly , i III l i;II, I . I I it' l h, 1I1\ 1, 1' n '\ 1' II In. ' I I h 1 '.11110J ?'1 ! II "1i.. ?nit'lh i(lh n ii''I l l110 11ia ill ii llliio , " it11 . l?lyll lill s a Vll l ve..Atlill h ,1 ?'118 . o l,, l H11,1 Il livin ;o,1lIlt bI e 4( ,01 (, } 11) 1( n % tr . it 111? \II 1I/i?tl ljl l loe ahml (1?,()00 I. 1 II 1 a ) 1 \Vh ii \ , I 111, I l i t 'liu, n l" h(ulzlIScot Ii th 0\11,1 I . 1 ulhl'ld il0 1? , '. iIy If"lt , 11l1 II IIn , jllllle hI , In1' , . 1 pu,1 iill,...
A LAWFUL EXPEDIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A LAWFUL EXPEDIENT. "Bay, nold man, I made tho most absurd miatoake yesterday. A ipolice patrol waggonn passed me, and I couldl hve sworn I caught a gliuiuo of yo n i I." W" Vit lime was it ?' " About ive in the afternoon, perhaps a little later." " \Vell, it wasn't i miltakc. It wit I." SWhlat 7 You arreatud I Wlat for 7 " To save my life." " Why, how ?" '! Well, the trouble began when mny wife ahehlll me, just as 1 etarted down town aifel breakfast, to drop into Wiltlv block's de purttncot stole and get Iher t epr.ol of thread. So as to be sure I dia!n't frget it I went there before going to, the offlice, and after some little trouble I f, rnd the rlght counter nod bougllht tile thread all right. Then I lartled cut, at peace with the world, but when I got whlre the dohr might to hove bren, it wasL't there. I slile:d a little at getting twisted like ithat, and 0stted baock for tie other end of alal blulo, bill tht door wosn't there either. Well, slt, I roaued around for a colutle o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
Extraordinary N'otice. Tramway Boot Shop, 384 Smith-St., Collingwood, S . L L S. BOOTS as cheap as any shop in the ialstrict. Give us a call sad judge for yourselves. -One call will.,be .sulicienl reommendation.. ... Seaforth M'Kenzie, Contractor. AND General Builder, Warburton W., Upper Yarra. Estimates submitted for buildings of all descriptions. The Farmers' Club Hotel, BOURKE STREET WEST, Near Kirk's Bazaar, MELBOURNE, IS the rendezvous of Farmers fromn all parts of the State. A liberal dietary scale with civility, home comfort, nod attention. SIMON LYNCH, Sole Proprietor (TAte Mrs. Bulger). .LILYDALE, #' , Close to the Railway Station. Good Accommondatin fort Visitors. Choicest Wines and Spirits. Ale and Porter of ths Ben t Brands. J. R. MOORE, PROPRIETOR. The Recreation Ground is at the rear of the Hotel. AND now on at BROWN & SCOTT'S. Brunswtck-street, Fitzroy. Visit it. It ?iill pay you. ESTABLISHED 19 YEARS. GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT TAILOR MEN'S MERERCER, 334 Smith....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr. 8. FORTINGTOH (.8j a Local JsJorfst.) WiPWtos any other end than to per. lora myPuty to the publio," a?id Mr. Samuel ortmtton, ol No. 485 Biath down-etreet Csnr.ton, to our reporter, "1 will try to Ihlp them by amwerir g year isotionn." '1 believe you have often spoken sbout a remarkable eusnpe you had some hen o Do y mind tlling mas all Sth ohracteristie kindlines he. .ortionton answered: "You shal hoar .v n tgha happened to me. To baps with, it is as well thiat you shoaut nLaw something about the hours I have to work, for I consider this a matter of geat inpootao.e. I work a number od ul on oe shift at night and te I have to do a similar period ding the day time, o that, you ee. my mols are ltake very irroguiay. 1 stood Iu all right till Cfew years beok, when my di"'# tive organs oonmtnoed to play up .ith me, A feeling of oppreaion in the hbest appeared deotlyr after eating, sombined with an overwholming ens...
THE EMPIRE'S SONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
THE EMPIRE'S SONS. (BY A BANKnRt). Perhaps the most impressive military display-though not. from the point of view of numbers, for there were scarce four thousand in all-which has ever taken place in the entire history of the world, has been the review, on two successive days, of represetitatives of the Colonial and Indian foreys, of the British Empire. From almost every appanage of the Empire came the brave men, to do honour to the King.Em parsr, but whobu, alas I from his sick room could only hear the enthusiastic shouts of his people's welcome so them. Hero were gallant, undaunted Canadians, recalling vivid memories of Pardeberg, and-mtany another hard fought conflict; heroic Australians, New Zealander's, Natalians, and Caps, Colonists, the recital of whose intrepid valour has thrilled the great heart of the Empire with a throb'of pride that she possesses such loin-hearted sons. Here were courageous jet-black troops front various colonies of West Africa, who have oft-times shoew ...
YARRA GLEN SHOW. THURSDAY, 16TH APRIL, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
YARRA GLEN SHOW. TITHURSDLY, IGTia APRIL, 1903. The third Autumnn show of the Yarra Glen Horticultural Society and I Fruitgrewers' Association was held at the Victoria Hall, Yarra Glen, on the 16th inst., and far surpassed the two previous shows held, both in number and, to a great xt'ent, quality of ex hibits. The only class that was sparsely represented was poultry. Below we give the complete prize-list, with the number of exhibits entered in each section. The committee of management deserve to be compli mented on the taanner in which they carried out the arrangements of the show, in which they were greatly assisted by the hon. secretary, Mr. E. O. Morris, and his willing assistant, Mr. W. J. Marshall. At the hour of opening the show to the public, about 2.30 p.m., Mr. Joe. Smedley, the President of the Soeinty, stepped on the stage and asked Mr. E. II. Cameron to make the opening speech. Mr. Cameron (who was received with cheers) expressed his pleasure at being able to be present...
THE PRINCE AND THE ORPHAN BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
-THE-PRINCE AND -THE OURPHAN BOY The Duke of Olareuoe, afterwards Willium IV.,' having served well and faithfullt 'through a long and'aoltive apprenticeship in the British navy, was, in 1780, t.rom the recommendation of absolute pernonal merit, raised to the rank of poet-anpt unit and appointed to the command of the frigate Pegasus. It was on a bright morntngo ln April when ths prince, having reeoved his oonrmltslon and hiis hip, was on his way to his tullor'e in Plymnoutii. to get the now uniform whcull lie lald olereid. At a street corner tie sew Sboy orylong, and stopped to Inquire tihe onuse. The lad looked up throug li ile irs rerveilitg n handaomeon winning, and itelli'. gout face, and replied that lin mnother had died only a few days Iefore, and thnt hle had been coet lhomi-len? tuto the streets. " Where ti your father?" naiked the prince. " He wae loit in the Sussex on the Cornwall coast, two yeats ago." "And you ihave io friendu?" " Nota friend in the world, il'." " Then I ...
ORIGIN OF ENGLISH SURNAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
ORIIN OF - ENCLISH.. -SURNAMES-? In considering the origin of surnames is must be remembered, sys the " Genealogi cal lagazine," that to all intents and pur poses in those days-at the Conquest-there were but two classea-patrieians and plebe Ian.. The latter were lhiefly of a status little, if anything, better than slavery, though there was also a small, but a deoidedly small, class who were the merchants and traders the freemen of the towns. The patricians were the law-makers ; they made the laws to suit their own ways nod ideas, to safeguard their own inoterets; and though it is now the case that the prosltoons of hinglla harlt are theo lthoelnt blthtlight of every Englieh mlan, it should be horue in mind that there was t laguo clans then in existence who would l ave found It hard iusreed to claim tile rlights retorted by thIe barons from thie king, thuorltrivloly for thei benefit of all men ; but even lh far as the barone were concerned, ilugna Clhnrt was umerely a declaration of ...
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. LOVE'S QUESTIONINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM.L LOVE'S QUESTIONINGS. huiden tell. and lell me Iruly, Van you mnakel a pigeon pie ? Can you deal wilt bl lecu dJuly, Slice it thin, ani watch it fry ? Cant you, tilled with plaintive sadness, Make a dainrty rlalyonnralee; Curolpvaeing its ordered umadnee Still bt rew anod subtle ways Unao you, with anlbitious fingers, - ialind lentadrly contrive, Such lthat while their mem'ry lingers It it good tL be nlivn ? Sweet, I would not seem to doubt you; Molnr tIhtn all for you I care; But I still mu?rt live without. you If you cannot jug a hare. Do you eo'er with urapture quiver Crimping salmon newly cauglt I Can you deal with fried pig's liver As a skilful attist ought ? Gentle mideu, blue-eyed maiden. If suchrd deed your hands can do. Lo! iy hearnrt wrilt ltvee is laden And I'mn fain to marry you. STILL SHE ACCEPTED HIMI. " One word," she raeid, " before we part," sltn her bright eyes glowed in the mllow ligiht of the turned-dorwn lamp. "Aret you sincere ?" " I am sinc...
[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] STEPHEN CULLIVER'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
t [ALr." flioGaTso sEBsalyD,] STEPHEN CULLIVER'S WILL, "I am perfectly convinced that gtaind: dad would novor givo his coneontl fur tht sole reason that you have no futtune,. Bing a busineses.man he cannot get the notion out of his head that marriagl is a commercial enterprise. If I wereo to ask him, I ams cor taln that he would not only refuse to allow me to marry you, but wld insert a clause In his wilt to the effect that I was only to inherit his fortune on the condition that I did not beoome your husband. And as you know, Lens, that I have large expeotations front him, and earnestly desire to marry you besides, it would, under the circumstances, be madness to prefer my request. At pre sent, Ito does not even suspect that I care for you: indeed rather believes thalt I entertain the samn dislike for you that lie did for your father, when he changed his politiesc opinions. Grandfather is very old, so, if for no other reanon, why vex him by urging a match lie would-1 think most unme...
THE LILYDALE BATHS QUESTION. STARTLING DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
THE LILYDALE BATHS QUESTION. STARTLING DISCOVERIES. Ore R. Kilpatrick and E. A. Janson and Messrs. W. Crawford, J.P., W. J. Wilson,- G. Rodgers, G. Elliot,, J. J. Campion, W. Holyosk, O. M'Crncken, eid A: Stallwo thy, hon. sec. Lilydale Swimming Club, were introduced on Wednesday, 15th inst., to the Hon. the Minister of Lands by the Honorable the Minister of Water Supply as a deputation representing the ratepayers, Lilydale Progress Association, and Swimming Club, re the question of control of the swimming baths at Lilydale. Mr Taverner remarked that he had promised a deputation, representing the Lilydale Shire Council, a few days ago, to send Mr Markham to Lilydale to hear both sides of the question before deciding the dispute. The holidays, however, intervened, but ihe was still of the opinion that this was the fairest course to pursue. Cr Janseon : I asked the President at the last meeting of the council whether he and those with him had come to you ss a deputation from the counc...