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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
"I SA K SO LOW". I Could Not Work. MY WONDERFUL RECOVERY the TALKof the TOWN The Case of M?rs. lii. O'BRIEN. I to (By a Spas 1i 11epo-er.) fe The consummation of our eConon -wealth will tend to broaden the .itolloos and to remove many of the petty jeal- ti ousios which formerly existed botween I the inhabitants of the various States. a We will learu our true relations to our neighbours, besides recognising the du- I ties and responsibilities which we share p os a federated populace. "Whatever w we do should be done for the benefit of a all," a remark which fell from tile lips of Mrs. Mary O'Brien, of No. 27 Ather- n ton-street, Fitzroy, as she sat coners- a ing with our reporter; "and I am sure my story ought to brighten many a deco- S late home." "May I hear it P" the scribe inquired. sh "With pleasure. 1 was living at e Orange, in New South WaVos, when 1 was firt taken very ill. You know it is pretty cold there in winter, hut the cool I air agreed with me very well. It was d durin...
A TRESS OF IRISH COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
IM't , ffIRlISH .COLD WCENT of ccdmi' pererdrd tho hir ion thwnrm rlprillo ranshiluc and tille Illiell dijtfued a swet frapranr a their clu~tored hoods nolldtcl in the br tzo whichd came to thorn softly Iliru.l t.e n!ranedre, and tlten poesru on its wayn to pily with the wavesl, as they I lped 11 a corsal r:cks in tbheir endeavour to rrlach .te cctuns Lint found a scanty subbist ertcn on ti o hard dry snil onerhead. BlIeblrds osit cardiusl ihuttyted from ceder to cedar, ,each ca'lier to its male and rejoicing it, their itl.nd paradisn of the North Atinutio, while itsl sparrows chatte red in the trees and the tits peooed curiously at the stranger that passed brlow. lint flo?iinld Drelpitrre saw none of these things. To him the beauty of hatule was a blank, and all he wished was to be alone, as his thoughts came cronding ow a uovertaxed mirnd like little dtrops of water, until the torture Iie eamo ibrbmaruab. lGambler, raknand dissolutle. he had only uon of the lia r qualities left-th...
Between Two Loves CHAPTER 1. "WOMEN PLAY AT LOVE." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
SBetween :Two Loves CIIAIPTEII I. ".WOMEN PLAY AT LOVE." "I Om nol s0o itnreisonllble l0s to ex ilect Jatiuch 'reasonII fIrom I gentleman, 'ir Cllntoa; your illustrions sex in n it 'fbned e to it; hut I think there are few : ?1e ill th0 world brave enough to deny one 'fact." "And what le the fact, Lady May?" inquired Sir Clinton. "It is this: T''hat, let whtlat may hIap pen after nnarrisge, before morriage a Iudy should in every instance have her own way." 'lje gentleman looked slightly puz ''led, 1nd theIlI aInswered: '' "I t'houlght ladies always had their own wtny ,through life--al that I have kInown ,ave dono so. My lllother, than whol a sweeter, truer womln niever lived, made quite a parade of -wifely ,obedience and submissionl, hilt ill reallty she rulled every Ihought and every actiol of my father's life." Lady 'IMry's answer was a rippling, mnutllel itangl, that was iweet sI tlhe chime of silver hells, yet had il it noollletl?lg of qluirt sirenilll that -made .,ner.lover's f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
Extraordinary Notice. Tramway Boot Shop, 384 Smith-St., Collingwood, S , L IS lOOTS as cheap as any shpp in theli-Itrir Give us a call and jli(g It r "y ou et~ ee.'-.'7Jn¢? -call _W111-0o s suiclent recomnmendation. Seaforth M'Keizie, Contractor AND ' General Builder, Warburton W., Upper, Yarra. Estimates submitted for buildings of all descriptions. The:-Farmers' Club Hotel, BOURKE STREET WEST, Near Kirk', Bazaar, MELBOURNE, IS the rendesvous of Farmers from all parts of the State. A liberal dietary scale with civility, home comfort, and attention. SIMON LYNCH, Sole Proprietor (Late Mri. Bulger). LILYDALE, Close to the lailway Station. . Good Accommodation for VYiitors. . Choicest Wines and Spirits. Ale and Porter of the Bes ?nds. J. R. MOORE, PROPRIETOR. S-The' Reoreation Ground is at the rear of thetotel. now on at BROWAN & SCO V.S Brunswick-stree' Fitzroy. Visit it, It will pay you, ESTABLISHED 19 YEARS, GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT TAILOR MEN'S MERCER, 334 Smith-st., Colling...
PROPOSED SHIRE RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
II, PROPOSED SHIRE RETRENOII SM3IENT, At the odinary nmeeting of the Lily. dale shire couonil on Tuesday (says c. the L,lydale Exprees of the let inst.), Or Jaason moved, on notice previously 2 given : n That, owing to the reduction of the SGovernment subsidy by 50 per cent., and the refusal of the ratepayera of the North westero riding to pay an extra sixpenny rate, which refstal was carried at a very representative meeting of ratepayers called by ne for the purpose on Satnrday night, April 4th, and carried at that meeting against the sixpenny rate by 141 votes to Svrotes ; in ordelr to pIlace the Lilydale Shire Council in a gool financial position, it is the unpleahnit duty of this council to retrench in every way that it is possible to do so, Therefore ! more that the services of the engineer and secretary be dispensed Swithd,, end of the f tnancial that applications he invited for the "osition of secretary, rate collector, dog tax crl. lector, and thistle inspector combined, at ...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 4TH MAY, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MON rHLY MIEETING. MONDAY, 4TI MAr, 1903. The ordinary monthly meeting of this Council was held at the Couneil. OCamber, K mngoroo Ground Hotel, on Monday last. Present : The President (Cr. Lawrey), end Ore. Bath, Bell, Morris, Scott, and Smnudley. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed and outward correspondence approved of. CORRESPONDENCE, Frons M'Inerny and Ml'Jnerny, colic. itors, re Horne's road.--Received. From Treasury, intimating that £32 3s 10d interest accrued to let April, in connection with Shire loan, had been invested in Government 3 Ytr cent. stock and added to ainking fend. Received. From Borrough of St. Arnaud, ask. ing support in getting telegraph offlices opened at 8 instead of 9 a.m. as at present.-Coneurred in. From Education Department, re complaint as to sanitary condition of State school, Chrie'mas Hills, stating k;bait an ez ? --," from the Iead '.'eaener of 14. eSc o07 hving'" beau received, such action ha...
ELTHAM RAILWAY TRUST. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
ELTHAM RAILWAY TRUST. A meeting of the Elthamn Railway Sonstruction Trust was held as the I shire offices, Heidelberg, on Saturtlay last (says the Heidelbe,g New, of the S2nd inst.) Cr Osmeron presided, and Sthere were also present Ors Bell, Kamp. tman, Rollason and Wadeson, SOORRESaPONDENOB. From the Crown Solicitor, acknow. ledging receipt 6f document re J.Bar-, rows. Frem the some, forwarding release re J. Darbyahire for execution by the council.--Completed and returned. From the Under Treasurer intimls ting that £3 15s 8d, accrued interest on Governlert stock, had beent invested anid inscrihed on the stock ledgers on account of the trust's hinking fund ; also intimating that the amount stand inug to the credit of the sinking ftend on the 31st December last was £252 7s 7d. From the Engineer.in-OClief of Roil. ways forwarding copy of order-in council. approving of a rate being struck by the trust forthe year ending 30ta Sept, next. V L - VALUATION. Or Wedeson reported respecting t...
A HIDEOUS DANCE OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
A HIDEOUS DANCE OF.DEATH., People generally greatly fear the hairy, hideous spider, knownl as the taranlltulla, anlld there are one or two reported cases of death from its bite But it lneed 'nd't b hold01 In' ch great fehr, for we doubt, if one of its bites out of a hundred proves fatal., 'The talk 'we hear' of the: taralitdtla dance-of the bitteli pe?ion da!ilih'g himselfl to death-is largely oxsggcr ation. , ' Probably tile' ost venolmos creal tureo. In' the; world-one- r we really need to'' fear--is the rattlesnake. But even theibit'o ofthe ratutlesnake in the majority of casqs fals tokill 'rake for' lnstajice, a .well-grown rat tier of six or 'svell feet, one that has not emptied his poison, sacs for a month or more, and If he silould nilp you In a place where there Is an abundant circulation of blood youtl would' prollIbly die. A big rgattle snaku, whel his polson sc5s are fi11ll can ujecdt a ttllesplolnfllll or morl of vennol. Yet whisky evean Ithnl, IL in ,iutlhobriatively st...
TOO REALISTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
TOO REALISTIC. -+ An amusing story. in told of a " revival " meeting at a inegro church.. --J1"r orlder-llnthat-th^ rovJval-spiritL might hbe quickened it' was arranged that the prelacher should give it' ig nal when the oxcitoilent was highest and from an, attle through a hIole cut hi the colling over the pulpit, the sexton was to throw down it pure, white dove, whoso'flight around the church anld over the heads of thli congregation was xpected to cal) the climax. All went well at the start tho' text wts " In the formo of a dove," ittl as the preacher 1110t)1 upthis elolouent periods the oxcitement was 'l'ihen the oplortuih momnent arJ rived, thou ignatl wuit igivel nuld the congregtl'goLnL Wit Neared otI ut of Its wits ont lookltg uji to lth colling llld behollding at cat, with la clothts line routd Its hosItdy, owling and spittiing, Ielng sluwly lowlredl over' the prollher'lN head. 'J'The preacherII'l' caeIdUI ýOUt to tlhe noxtoi il the li ttle l ' " iWhnr'l di ltvo Y " Anti the e...
A BLIND BOY WHOSE EYESIGHT WAS RESTORED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
A BLIND: BOY WHOSE EYE SIGHT WAS RESTORED. A'' mnistl?,,living . l an nAmericen village iecelvcd a call one night from u apaot ishioner. ?'WIl. you go I to Inilfniiaiolisfor m? .ho risked. . Va lae .'. dgeded to send JohIiinie thei ; for n dper:al.e o Y-e have reo coived :oocoutrngtinentc that ,lo may =yet- beotadiitbieei'::: S l Johhniide':: hdi bbeene' bboin witheoit ?ight, and noCv? a'little lad uf 'jix, bli glight ai i sunin Itnl haidly 'diali i;ig that hle lackI' d ua?;hfiig to `iiale lifoebappy, ho svasjfacing ,a future ldarkness, littleiliope Atillinow having -been givenito his parienss that any thing "could be d?noifor:his sight:': :t G":o with m'i wfe vifd'nud'J ohiie,'l said "the- father;, "';-I-cannrote go`:I darie niiot. go. lluts iviti hoi till iti s overai, nod ditherlufjro i withlus em-: c ifort u.s .and sed, usa word as iestd as .tile ;lightning can bring, it.'" :The;o miister. went naid stayed ,witli tho laid; while ;the oculist not over, coniiiient, begani his uolk...
THE "FUNNY FELLOWS." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
THE " FUNNY FELLOWS." This or lid has too nucli g ic and `T'oo many :tearsi by; half ; ;?:,Andso our.bhlessiiigs lLet uis. gi To those ivho' miiake us.Iaugh.;,-:: Ilhon ilot the' c.izoukersi pass" along; ;. Their tl tis lnts as chaff, : t " 1? sre I.gt ig: t iiin the .plavfitl \ ords ^T_ hat sti the lightsomine laugh. i iro:si sious moods :nmust 'iL'-.vo e',3" ? tilib iil.apl ce, " 'l or Tii?oik is tlifo's grolat 'stiff llit they toilb??ie a honow v'ind thec ulod mI bthe iierylaug SAnd:so sinc, shadows formi oflitf rBy far the- greatrc; hali?. ? t()i'ur fervent blessiligs lot us give t 'o thoseowlio h'make us laugh.
ORDER OF 'NINETY-TWO. IT MUST BE OBEYED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
ORDER OF 'NINETY-TWO. IT MUST 1BE OBEYEID. John lieas, on hail, nppearnd at the -Filtruy Police Court on the 7th inst., before rlesars Showers. Tait, and Gross,; J's.P., to show caaoe why he did not. obey an ordereof the same court, madid on the 7 h Madch, 1892, for 10s per week, to e 'paid to his wife for the support of hie child. MAr Marshall Lyle appeared for the co'mplainant, and defeudaut conducted his own caso. Matildn Lees stated situ was the wife of defendant, and- an order was madet, in March, 1892, by the Coonr of Petty Seosinhsat Fitzroy, directing him tolpy 10a per week for the support of his and her child. Sihe ieceived tlhe paytnltltt regularly far three itnuths ; but ahle had not heard fromo him since. lie was a blacksmith by trade, hut she'fouad out recently that hIr was workig n as a iner at Ehham, under al assunted nilae, and was living with asnother woman. A warrant wots issued, find ha w.s arrested at Research on the 2nd iust. by Con. stable Boxhall. . Thd ,lefen...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
A NIEWSPAPICIt APPIEAL POEIM, -o_ The following wll the £210 prize reo eettily offered by a syndicate of Alueriann editors for the beat appeal poem to news. ipaper enhseribere to pay up their arrears. The lucky and taloented atllor is the editor of the RlocAy Mountain Colt I Lives of great mon oft remlind us, Hionest men won't statnd a chlone I The more we work there grows behind us, Bigger patchles ol our pintll On our pints once now and glossy, Now are stripes of different hue a And btcause suibcribers tinger, And won't pay us what is due. Then It uis be up and doling, Send your mite however emall, Or wthn the tilow of wietr strirks 1sI We lshell have no pants, at all.
HOW OUR KINGS HAVE DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
HOW OUR KINGS HAVE DIED. It is not only interesting, but ioatructive, to a areh the rtll of history and investigate the aone of death of our rulers for the lost Ibous. aid years. Previous to the Normn period, out of iftly Saxon kinrs forty-eight died a violent death ! 11illirm the Cloqulror died from an accridet on hoenslok. Wiltham it. was killed by an arrow. Hlenr 1. died of u our. frit of lampreyn. Hentry II. died of liefn at the roeduct of his rebellious nose Richard I., (C&lt;Irr de Lioll, died from ao nrrow wouad. JulIb won either poisonled or diped of a surfeit of rav/tes* sil new ate. IRffry IfI, died, worn out with the iroulble of reigli.g. fidward I. died of dysrotery. Edwarl II. ws murdlered. Edwardt III. died of a br.ken bheit. Ilirhard II. was tlored to deatlh in priron. Henry IV. dled of a filt," lot without suspteicio of boomn. Henry V. died in conslul. slime, uppls d to ihave been rousedt by poison. If. try VI. was lllur.errd in the Torwr. Edward IV. ited Iri...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
SB1'IoIeno ToauTrUtEn IN ALh Sou'Rs ov tt'ue'ruutt,""-ý'Ill a frteotillllp betweenn mann ail neiii whitc ochblea thehmi to ltIck In. gil icr Ilii all crte of weothier Is it fiirnulsiii wo'ulh luirlig, in Iliies of iiiipiiipity acini or cc coil iihrlly dielle nloelh a fiendl of tiil lend fromi one oi tlhe ether wort, H111t let thu sltlflm eiiiuiiis pitihur IaIInI we ccooi knoiiw hlIIi the teeu t ilrtfr Ic, aiiil wiiri the dciii. if elikiiise gatherii iibict is we tuuore t eelir it iiand Inalllllliy to Ilullownv' I' ittinl uilicUuiil, ihiey ito lie iiily block0 wiiiic frhIiiiciiip Iv worll tit rlp a i lorbl couu. e'U know 1II aci wit in t h ihan orlilool iI III kIi wrdyu I hlal id they will iuseorou o lIt huoitlti
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
.MELIOURNE HORSE M°ARKET. OnCmpbell and Sins, Kirk's Bazaar, report :-Owing to thie disturbed con. ditiouns brought about by the strike, business for the week has boen dull, Tihe supply of honres has bree short and country lots unable to be brought for. ward. Extra henvy dreughts are in fair riequest, Medium draughts and form hurse, nre meeting with reedy enls. Idient remounlts gunners are always salusoabl, nd high prices rosily obtaitinbl., No carriage pira hnave chlngud bends during the woerk. No high elaon hormes have i coma forward. Ordiunry .sddll o III hnlrnrsI hlolrsel rnr selliln nt aoiiiit hito Iricn Our salel for the week? uopllll,ri? :--irlxra hIl.eay drnullhts, sIIIjictI to Irll' , . 39 to C"1I Ii'tIlilu drit glhtll s anil fI rm ihorsn, £.C:B to ,I0O i nllauiln remouIIunts nol nnI eIIIIPI to £ilH Ill dotr rt hrl t nu , CI) Iln L i I ordclll llnttry' sutll lidi IIhtimce horses, £7 It, ,?) 10, No country consignt liiltl lliru .tl,
WHAT IIE COULD BOAST OF. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
WHAT HE COULD BOAST OF. One nof Illthe Imost originaii rhl'aurlin? t( f the YVeleh pullit wIithi LIi' l t' lrIv. le i s t I'P, eII, Cardill. W hill Jiln it vi?it. t (i'itrlnlll rthi.1 town an one wena tn hee calledl el ilth eellegt' and the I t? detlilli were tll for it . l innt Imile to pay iii homgii. " ('1n I havee lt help of two of you, my boys. for it Ilminutl Y" l iokedl AIr. I'iit ll. " Yl'e, Mr. I',iv,,ll," nnsewlred half it hit'1 Of thiell m I111 ' ItIIII e IUIei , II' ell, I nttl. iinh I tivy ir ) s, if lvii plhne," ho rilninl edl,l aid I o of Ihi, elrontgrt ilhlellln ti is ter,' i ih.ti. Siw,. bloy ," Moldh 1ir. I'r,,oll, " 'I,, 11 lil t ii 1t , h Id on liIIt' ilillhuihlr l f iiai'ih Ib f i yoll , aiidiil l p u uiir nlrllllll iro dllll i11',." 'Ihis'l wtaie ihine. " Lift n"l , Ioyc,"I h nI i l 'i h . I't, llI,111nd hl.l h1111(iih ,n oo edlifid lin m l illl hr ws hill lld n d lhllihll, rn lhlyr all Inlnlt I t e 1?r irhi nt. " TIl n yllll on, yiiill Iys, he r'' .m rld. " I ...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY. MAY 15, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
Pttblihed Eery Fiiday Ajtorntin. . Fti.,AY, Ma. t, tloO; Mase iiill he belehirted at Wihittle sea ou Sunday. next, 17th inst., at 11.30 n.m. hi? . Thomas Loader, an old and well.kuownu resident of Healesville, died on Friday last. The firist of a series of winter socials was hold at the Kangaroo Ground lHall last Friday evening, and was a great succea. Athletic sports will. be held at Queenstown on Monday next. The entries and handicaps for the handicap events are published elsewhere in this issue. All -those interested in forming a football :club at Kangaroo Ground are requested to attend a meeting to le held at' the local hall on Tuesday evening next. A graitd collnert 'iad hall will be held on'Friday evenin,, 12th June, in the Rchltabite Hall, Elthamt, in aid of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Elthom. Owing to no quorum turning tiup last Monday, the ordinary monthly meeting of the WVhittlesea Shire Onunoil was ndjourned to Saturday next, 16th inst. 'I'The committee aplpointed t...
MARVELLOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
MFARVELLOUS, PHOTOGRAPHY. A scientist says that by micro-phctegruphy it is easy to condense a library of 50,000 vrlrumes into a box of one ublic aoct capacity. Ite ban used phstogEraphy.for several yeanrs in collecting sietlito data, and, he has found not only that this method is ohgsper than the coat of paper, on which to write the same amount ol matter, but. also that it occupies only aole ipr cent. of the ti;e' rq;;ired in cop)iag by hand. A special camiera is mp'ryed, having a sue and one 'qarter inch foces, asod lto of one-quarter inch aperture.' Suppoan that it is desired to copy a table which accupies a page of a technical journal. The ipetor is laid on the des~k and the camera, wtlich is small and suspended on a b:ackrt above the desk. is focu-set so as to io clude the page. A plate-bolder is then put into the camrra atot exposed for ten seconds, if the illramitation coucs from a student lamp of 32 candtl-power, placed on the desk opposite the paper, and olne-tenth second if...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
J, T, MACKEY, JU R,, Cordial and Bitter, Manufacturer, I: oyal Place (off Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 rears manufacturing for Helle nod .Matckey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Melbourne Markets). 'lThe only legitimate Pradnee ierchaLts In Sthe District. T 'ARGR supplies always on hand of the following B u Bone Dust bLupcrphosphate(Cn mining, Smith Co.) Oats, feed whole and crashed Tartarian, Algerian, Daniob, Stout Victorian . Seed Yorkshire Hero l'eas and Strata gem, less than Melbourne prices'! Chaff, Hay, Bran; Pollard, Straw Barley. .: ice Meal, .ye, Tatre, SRock Salt Heed MaizeGarden Seeds. - ° -nobil sok. AGENT far he celobrated *Salvitl. A call will convince s?erybldy. 8. H. W. PITHER, ".LIallTD.A.LE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Itoyal Letters P.tent) Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders byt post receive prompt attention. Agrtlcltnrul Implements, &o.. .. Best workmanship. W ariburton-rd., Seville...