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APPROPRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

APPROPRIATE. --I* Scenlo A \Hundilay-schuul-boys' clittas-y~ulllng ulyy il co?nlll.lll . " Now boys," ijillt she, " I want eacl of ,'you to subscrlI'IIb HOo'thil?g towardlis thu msslllliln soclty to tlitm Crlbo ? l, 1 halli hand ruml tll11t box at is tLech of you contributeilH, prlito t4 xt. Nu one Iust give iori' than lI penny. Now Chrlell, you alitil eh wita good examipli." Whlurupo1 ul it ruddy-factd urthln stupllpedl ftorwalrd, drolpptld iI hlil cilll land obsorvod " It la bottlu to gILv than tio r.' coIo\'." Tlnll m I anothler contlllributd it CU o 'er atyling I " Wiateo ot, want tlot," T'hlls was ruled nlullewlait, o(ut, tf orl'ur but it wtll fidrly in'Itod hby I? third youngltllr, whto ,evi?,dltly p?Urt. oil with his pi'itiy.V ith s ei ?t'll'e e r luclllcu, U' Ifr l he irIuppld It into thl box hie Iiiiirl'lllllldl iut " A foul and lil lumuumay usee sou palSd.,"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

Published Every .lFriday AMorniny JI 'tDAY, NUVB0Idlit 14, 1902. To somle lhunrdreds of our sulacribvrs we have to make an explanation why they did not receive last week's issue at the ordinary time. Thie papers were posted here, as usual, on Thursday night,an'd were forwarded by the local postmistress by the mail which leaves befitro:e ight o'clock the following maorning. The Evelyn Observer beilig a registered niewspaper under the Post and 't1legraph'Act 1901, we. took tilte advantuges of 'the concessions that icame into force on the s:t instant, and instead.of attaching a half.penny stomp (as heretofore) to each paper we paid for them in bulk, signed the necessary " docket," and naturally thought they would be forwarded 'to their respective post towns. The first intimatios that we received that'somethling vas wrong was on Saturday. Our representative was at Kingleke, and he was informed that the papers were not to hand. We did not attach very much importance to this at the time, ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WHITTLESEA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. MONDAY, 10TH NOV, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

WH ?ITTLESEA AGRICULTURAL. MoNDAYu, 10THi Norv.,4902. -,The, t nsal lo t poieotton"' iith' tlh ihboseSciety sti '-he;ld at the Slidw yards, WVhitt seii, anMon ly lasi diiid can be fairly clhronicled.as olue of' i)e heat if not bioleely the best iexhili rion over held' tliere?. Tili' weather was beautifully 'te; iail the itteiddince of the gneral pblic lIarge, ooany viol tore eoming 'fintnMlel bourt:o tad i?h'' suburbs. The takings' at the ogiie amounted to £43 3a, being" £10 more than the sum tiken last year. Ini addi. trih to tho;exhilbits entereed for comle titino, there were a nunber uitered flr show .otly,, ai d commranded some at tetiii,.iti.iMsi.jqwas e?pplied by a good bnad, which- ad . a'rently to the eij y elnt of the gt oring. There were a inibdier of side shows, such es. acircu?, christy-minuistrels, &c... Prnfes orEddy, hew?ever,whn, was advnrtied to 'Iye a uniitersllcand,.t hitm Ih avinig twith' an aci deont. bIsTh high :jiu) iiintog "coitest as usual wan a grea...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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KINGLAKE V. KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

KINULAK?E V.Y KANGAROO GROUND. This match was commenced last Saturday at Kinnlake. The visitors, who were two men short, bitted first and made 108 runs, of which thed captain (F. Toi.ping) contri huted 72 by good play and carried out his bat, and C. Andrews 17. The hIom team, at time of drawing stumps, had compiled 16s runs for the less of 4 wickets, J. Murphy making 59, Wm. allbbard 73 (not out), and Wal, Murphy '2 (not nut), J. Murphy, as usual, batted vigorously, and W. Hubbard and Wal, Murphy hatted well, and all seemed to have mastered the bowling, but, as is inseparable from long stands in country cricket, gUve repeated cbhances to the elbt. Following are the scores so far as the game has gone : IKANGARi8IO GROUND. Pirst Iunings. O. Speer, h Win. Murphy .. 6 'Ta slnrb Wm, Stusphy . 0 1, Keunnedy, b Win. Murphy .,. 0 Topping, nt osut ... 72 Nblhols, h Win, Murphy .. larris, a Lynch.h .1, Murphy S Cameron, b J. Murphy .. 0 Aldrewsn, b W , lMurphIIy .., II C, While, b A. Hubbard ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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CRICKET. THE CAMRRON TROPHY. CHRISTMAS HILLS V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

- CRICKET. THE CAMRRON TROPHY. CiHISTMAS HILLS V. PANTOS HILL. pisyed at Christmas Hills on Saturday a, d ..?. :.? i,- i a wi. e?o. the, homr: cOre : CHRISTMAS HILLS. First Innings. A..Love, b Plunkett ... . 3 Sloan, run out... ... 2 W. Harris, b Cracknell ... 0 C(omierland, bh Howanl ... 35 0. Love, Ib w, b Plunkett - ... 8 Dohnt, c, b E. Spry 4 Jo.. Wilson, b Howard ... 0 Y. Stevenson, run out ,.. 4 II. Harris, b E. 'pry ... 6 G. Wilson, b E. Spry . Saltau, not out ... . Sundries .. ... 8 80 Bowling Analysis. . balls I runs wkts W. Plunkett ... 49 12 2 W. Cracknell ... 18 15b 1 " W,Bpry , ... 12 . .0 o H .. Howar ,..0 22~; ,.2 E, Spry ... 24 17 8 Second Iuonlgs. A. Love, b Spry ... . i Sloan5, , I Plunkett . .. Saltu,.b Spry ... .. 0 Cumberland. BSpry . ... II Iohnt. c, b Puonket ... O: Love, b'Plunkett 11 Stevenson, b Spry r ... '. 3 Jos Wilson, run t .... . 0 W. Hilarris, run out .".. .. 0 G. Wilson, b Plunkett ... 7 1. IHarri, not out ... ... I Ibndrles ... ... 3 Bowling Analys...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Sick Headaches For Fifteen Years. THE MEDICAL PROFESSOR BAFFLED. BILE BEANS BUSY IN BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

Sick Headaches For .Fifteen Years. TIHE MEDICAL PROFESSOR BAFFLKD. BILE BEANS BUtY IN BALLARAT. Among. the chief ,caupi. of Sick flead..che may be meutlosed, bad digeetion,anuemtiaa,want oftotli, impure air, soin improper diet. To remedy this condition a medicine is required, which will put the digestion in order and give tone to the systema generally. Such a medicine is Bile Bosne for Biliousaess, aind to their success in curing Sick Headache and kinaded ills, thousands of Victorian Oitizons have borne wit. tiess. Here is one. Mr T. Iteece of 28 Olayton Street, Bellerat, says: "For the pest lifteen years or loom I hive baen a martyr to painful headrches. sickness and Biliousness in all forms. I had consulted nearly all the Doctors in Ballarat, but they certainly did net aieem to understantd my case. They were baflled because I never smoke, drink or keep late hours. In short not one of them did me any good at all, and one mtedical luan went as far as to say that I would have to put ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. UPPER DIAMOND CK. V. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

BOURIKE.EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. UPPER DIAMOND CK. V. DIAMOND CREEK. Played at Upper Diamond Creek on October 15th and November lst, and .re iuited win for Upper Diamond b7 37 r,M. ? owing are the hesres:- UPPER DIAMOND CREEK. First Innouings. L. (Curtis, b Ormo .... ... 7 Cox; b Cook ... ... 4 T. Stone, c, b Cook ... ... 0 Sinclair, b Orme - 4 B. Peers,c & b Ormo ... 10 J. Mills, b Ormo 17 Sheehan, b Cook .., ... 0 Sebire, b Webb ' .... 12 J. Sheehan, c, b Webb ... 3 F. Stoet, run out . Haley, not out . 0 Sundries ... ... 5 64 Bowling Analyseis Orme, 4 for 27 ; Cook, 8 for 3S Webb, 2 for 1. S , econd Innings. COrti.s. c. Webb . . ... 0 Cox, b Cook ..... ... 18 T. Stone, b Webb .. ... 0 in- lair, b Orme ... Peers, b Orme ... ... 0 Mills, b Edmonde 17 P. Sheehani. b Edmonds . 21. debire, b Edmonds ; .. 3 J. Sheehan. b Orme .. . ... 8 F. Stone, riu out ' ... 7 Haley, b Edmunds .. .. 8 Sandries .. . ... 2 .82 Bowling Analysies. Webb, 2 for 30 ; Cuok. I for 16 ; Orme, 3 for 2...

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THE OLDEST LIVING TYPE. A CREATURE WITH THREE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE. OLDEST LIVING TYPE. A CREATURE WITH THREE EYES. Nearly everyone has heard of the tuatara, ho curious, iguana-like looking 'crdatur .now found on oibly oni or tw islunlds off the coa'st` of New Zealand, and suppiosedl to ho the' oldest livinig tyile of aimaii l oni Uths face of th globe: One. of the most curious features is anusorgan on .the head;. which alt one time was spokli of us the ?pin ealglandt, and which nwits ubseoqueont lydiscovred to be it third eye. Dr. Dn iy's pupel on the t -subject caused tle greatest interest in Eng lish scel tific circles, and asl an il lustratfio4 of the ,way in. which re search is 5specialized Ino\wadays it nmay be 'entonied that while Dr,. Dendy dd 'oted himself to the study of the t ird eye one distinguished, English liologist is "-working out ' the skeleoin, another the kidneys, aid so foih. In at sh it time therefor?, our iuia tomkinlca joleilege f tie tuatara will; be c tplete.- More recently DU:; D'Iisiy a discovereid aunother New Zeala...

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THE LILY OF THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE LILY OF THE VALLEY. A (lergman botanist hans discoverdl that the flowurs of the lily of the valley coLtailn a pioll0o of thiu imist denadly killd. Not only the flower It self, but also the atoumi contains an aplprcilnblu tlunntlty of Ilrussic achl, VhIlle projecting a decoction of lily of the valleoy into theu er of at guineaL pig IlI noticed that, the ItII. Intl IstuccinmlIled I iiiouttll utuly, with ill syimpitom"nl of polsoning. Chelnlcatl analyssl of the little plant hiltu dlecllusedl the 'preseeOi of title polsonostl constltluent, to whlrh t.intgllr to say, sclentitss attrlbutu the petliutrating lperfumel of thu lily of the valley, 't'ho atttntitouL of th (lerilian hotl anltst haid iunte drawn to thle fact thitt one of his gariitiner' had biouII rtelet'l with lir.ilneee ntltll vmnlt.Ig 'tll r having ruisitl at. btlnch of lities of thO valley tIo hiJ Ismouth, his llI* at the tims bel?i cracked.

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

THE AUSTRALIAN FARMER. Thoe steady' migration of snmall capitalists: front Australia to. South Africai points to the circulmstance that, matters: in tllse :. States have not been tuich bettered' by F derti tilou. ?,he oemigrants are chiefly young tutietti ;of- the. farmIer class' those in shiort, -honl' wa can least" spaou It;is nis oticable thait ontt ex plination of:thil exbds oisexods is sought in the fact that the idrought has ,.wrouight. inuch disaster:` a?ong angri-. culturists; uas anllo li pastobralists. 1ut it is useless to tittetlipt 'to avadd the fact : that a geneirlt discotitent wit'h: thie conditionIs attdached to .the purchase of litntdi 'lt vii?1i~ it thiese States 'rotm: which tihelitairatloilt is: tmtost 'nlui.led., i: thle States of Victolia iid o Stw Southt Watles agricultural settlemciit'.liitsunot, been encouraget by sditch tliberal legislat tiont, as that Which hltts spread agri cullitiial clfortantrltd industry ail ,over tite Western" States of Ainerica, l us...

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CIRCUS RINGS INDUCE NAUSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

CIRCUS RINGS INDUCE NAUSEA. Thu passongors aboard an ocean steauler are not the only peoplu who udil' agoniles of nausea, Clrcus ielon tell us that it Is the miost dif Ilcult thing to overconlu the Inliser ablu snslltion caused by colstantly circling round it malll ring, Clowns oven and ringinastelS aufler fronl It, meruly seeinglll thu horses go round and round; One woll-know rllng nulstulr even after yours of uxpurl uInce, still 11lins thaIt if i a urou Jibs ai IIttll, or gets bubhlll tlilo, coin pllling hhiI to follow close il011n it, lihe ahlO t invariably illilgrous it pliilnfiil lit of siclkness bufour leaving thu rin'g. 'ho flImoul clock in tIhe Pnlain du Juslhlcou ii lInl?is tints ( flromli 11170. Th'lllu ollved figures of " 'lulty " Land " stlstle l" ild tle i(llgein llliol'lrt Inllu hllu loyal col.1Of-rallsn, Welre ! tllt d tL by i (l, ' tli' n i lohio , it Is bIlievi, thli , It wi th, hO bhlllnt this click l Itha, 'nlg Ihi signll for hii linlll(t'ru oul m8, larlhulluinw i...

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HER REFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

HER REFERENCE. 3.e llrA. Ionloiel (in lood of a coomk ): " llavu yom a ltter of reenoIniumila Lion frola yur last ultmployerni Appillcntl " No, ma all," " Why did you louvO your Lnst iplacu ' " " lueraio thu huslbnd andw ilfu Wvrn alv'nys IoIIII1arllnlg," ildela?d I What wavr they nll ways IllI'arrl'llg about ? " " About the way their manals wuru cookedl,'" 'Ihu'lur rl Only |(0,Oi(I Ilupitih iln Indlll-oul to uvery l,000 of I.h pui?lulluu, (1(I20)

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PEACE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

Ii AUE Ri*'tLoH. DMet Botha at Middelburg Feb. 100L. Signed peace at Protoria May, 1002. The voice that was always lheard in favour of coming to terms with a brave enemy spoke the nations pane gyric of the soldier-peacelnuakr. " Lord Kitchener," says Sir Henry Campbell Ilannerman, " has ' earneid the admiration and gratitudeo of'lhis counitryinl. oHe :has prbved "hinlmself a great die, a. greist administrat-' or;,a master of the art of organizt tioltn a. ;tactful wnegotiator,, and` a large- ninded man.a : 'Two years and a ralf:inr South, Africa 'saw? Lord Ki tchener' in+ the : three soles-of` or gasniserfor Loid Iolba ts, Conilnan-. dri-inlChlefl anid. peace negotiator;' and tlthesoe te?mninaited he ,"left. tle' co untry in Juno, arriving flin South amnptonolln a Saturday morenilg?' to Iea'welconited by the plauditls' of the Londn ii-croaoids in 'the afteiinion: SNaturally enough ,tmany anecdotes have bcen wovei round the career of the distinguished general, :;.vwho is nothing ?ff: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

J, T, MACKEY, JUNR., Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 1i years manufactui.g for tHelle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. SS, H. W. Pither (Late of Melbourne Markets). rhe only legitimate Prducre Merchants In the District. LARGRE spples always on hand of the follwing t Bone Dust fluperphosphate (Camminig, Rmlth & Co.) Ouat, feed whole and crushed '. arlarian. Alg?eriau, a n I)alsh, stout Victorian - ? ,jr?? rkshlre Hero Peas and Strata Bhafrf siy, Ban, Pollard, Stray Barley Iice Meal , Tayes, T ock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. Zverythlig in the LINR ONLY kept in stick. AGElT ter he celebrated ilvsltle. A aell wtilc siUeie everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, Z.XLYiDALE. Pomeroy t Tarrant's (Utdes Royal Letters Patent) Tree EXTRAOTORS, FiOREaT DEVILL , Are sillt to the fose. Canotbe beaten. Order by post receive prompt attention. Agricltulral Impleuments, o. Best workmanship. Warburton-rd., Seville, Vim Lilydale, and ast Little Yarra Ju...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE HOMELY SHOP For Country Customers who desire to be served right through by one assistant instead of roaming from one coroater to another and gathering up numberless parcels. Comfort, civility, attention to. your wants; choice and large variety, and lowest prices, make uas popular with country customers. GRAND Spring Show . All that ie newest, nicoest, nattiest, and useful(est) Now ahbowing at BROWN & SCOTT'S, 401, 401a,,,403, 403a Brunswick-St., Fitzroy. Orders left in our letter-box on Friday night will be ready, for your calling early Saturday morning. ESTABLITSHED 1? YARS, . . GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT TAILOR AND MEN'S MERCER, 335 Smith-st.,, Collingwood (Near Johnston 8Street. O UR Representative vls:ts this district every fortnight with a One selection of 'weedn and Coatings suitable for the present season. H{ldly send post card and he will call and submit patterns to you. Wd are nolted fJor having Ide ieast WINDOWDISI'LAYofTIES - and AMtEllCRIY in Smith Street, Al V...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELTN O~BERtER. Dear Sir,-I beg through the medium of your columns to thank you for the publicity you have given to the case of Lieutenant Witton, and the assistance your newspaper has rendered in the effort for his release. At thb same time,and with equal appreciation, I tender my sincere thanks to all those who by. their signature to the Petition have already generously supported the request it makes. To those who, while fully recognising the justice of the case have not yet attached their signatures I express my earnest hope that they will do so at once, as it has become imperatively necessary to forward the Peti tion in its complete form to the proper quarter asquickly as possible. With this view I respectfully request the gentlemen in charge of the Petitions to forward them to me without delay. The extreme urgency arises, I regret to say, from the dangerous illness of my brother. From recent letters and cables from the Governor of the Gaol wherein Lieutena...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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KANGAROO GROUND CRICKET CLUB. CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

KANGAROO GROUND CRICKETl OLUB. CONCERT AN!D BALL. A concert and bull in aid of the sbovo club was huld at tie Kuagaruo Ground Hall on Friday evening last, 7th inist. The attendance at the con 'cer 'was not so large as' expected, poa?ibly owing to the many entertain uneats. of a like nature that have taken place . recently in the district. The ball, 'however, was well patronised. 6Copcillor John Belli J.P., acted as chairman nat the concert, Iand at the conclusion of the prograwma sasid lhe bh ? hieeno requested to performn a pleasant duty, and that was to present Mr Johb. Merriman, on behalf of the local Qluadrille Assemebly, with a liandsomelynmounted pipe, as a slight recognitiou of his services gratuitously given as 51 0. duoiug a series of winltor socials. The an,,ounceenlet was loudly applauded, and on Mr Merrimatu stepping on the stage he was lustily cheered. Mr Merriman, in a few words, thanked the donors for their nice gift, after which Mr Harris pro posed a comprehensive ve...

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THE LUNCHEON [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE LUNCHEO -. ' Lunchent was p.rtakan of in the -Whittlesea Fi'e Library, and qquite-a larg gatllheringof gentlemna set 'dowan Woit: "'iMr M. J. S.. Gair, .M L;A-.,' the President of the Society, occuied the chaii. , ,. Tiie usual toast.list was gone lhrough but speeechas were cut short. .. After tilh health of 'i The!1Ki~g" was drunk, Mr Walter Thomass propossnd the toast of " The Parliament of Victoria and the Ministry," nod' in doing so said' the' preseent Ministry had a herd. and unpleasant task to pierfortn, but it had to be faced. However, he hoped in their retrenchament the Ministry would not go too for. Visitations of 'Providence had a lot to do with tthe bd' state Victoria was in,, and he 'asked MrGiair to use his best enidea veor to 'got thb' Governimient to assist thlle drought-strickel settlels-'in tlhe North. Mr GOir, iin replying" to tthe toast, expressed his pi;asure at being presitnt, and said haewas sure it was no faultof Mr. Cameron's that he was niot also present...

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

THE BICYCLE CLOCK., What is probably the oddest clock ever manufactured tnes been compltoed by a Frenchman In Paris. It will espeolally appeal to cyelise,t for it Is constructed solely of bleypes soand parts thereof. It stands 11 ft. high, atnd at first glance bears the op. pearance of a circlet of bioyole wheels inter. twined, Iu the centre belngan Immense rim, while within that iro the hands that point the oIlutoe and the hours. 'Tle hands con slot of bicycle piping and sprocket wheels, olo of the laiter being at the rveorne and of both the mitiunte and the hour hand. The nalme of the Inventor and the maker is Alplhonse Duhanmol, and the clock will be placed in one of the Ipublio bulldings of Paris. irs. Illnun t I don't quite like ongaginga girl withIout refoertnces, tirldgeti T'mt's idl right, ntiln, you can pay m tleo inOtlt In advaell(, Alaumnn (afler eho ld Iullishlnd T'onmny)t Hihp makinLg Iuch ldrnedflll feen. T'Iommy (bursting inton liare)I I ain't. I'm trying to koep a st...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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SPECIAL CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

SPECIAL CALL. The President explained the busi ness'of the special- call was to fix a mieeting place for the council, the.y having received notice to quit their present chambers. After a somuewhat heated discussion, during which motions, amnlndnments, and further amendments got mixed upi in an amusing manner, it. was resolved that the next meeting take place at Mrs Ryan's private house, South Yan Yean, when the matter will be further discussed. XOTICES O MOTION. By Cr Morris.-I give notice that at the next ordinary meeting of the Council that I will move that the meetings of the Council of the Shire of WVhittlesoa be heold tlhenceafter at Whittlesea court-house or hall. By Or Basaett..-That at next meet. itg I will move that the motions carried at the imeeting of the Council held on 11th .ovembher fixing the places of meeting for the COencil be rescinded. By Or Thomas.-That at next meet. ing I will move that tenders be, called for 2000 yards of metal and gravel in aectioas as usual ...

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