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A SMART CAPTURE. SUSPECTED BURGLARS SURPRISED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

A S.MART CAP FUJRB. SUIL'ECTED DURtOLARS SURPRISIID. TheI Fnifiald BndO Allphiionton police 'lail rather a snisitiiluiil.:i exiloir. iit Tl'?iiki~ld in' the ,iill1 li od ti:i'"of Sfl'ur. day norning,i wjin?vu ider d?in tlietr reovolvero,,r i t llhy -' fthed'h t'ii'r of rtlirbe b ii.shall ii ru( 2 o'clock (SaBior onmaiibfeA i fiyctnilt Ounoniiblo r:l0tii on, iin intcfoih"laI .wra enjagetl, 1 ell.inpoall ptrii work, awing to mp ny cantiplatt linvltitl rced h'ih o of ,nuri;li>tidie"a lifad tiefe frioi ldwlleling om in l liai t.T '1i'hy noticed three ien plowlinii1olht lhie 'HIidtilhbrg-roBu d,"' Firliid itl;idl coni coaled ithmiselves' in thet doorway of Mlr;- Rrynoldi'a :booiiilp' ".Thi lo Io conllieiilced to r, con-ii itre itlriinlllds'i prnioisa, nne tciking onslri'ry of tlii front aiidl the othlrs:, tlie bnuk' . The mtinai.ill the front i?ti?i qlit loise Ul, tin thoep'olicemei'nwitliu'l eikina tliuiii and pru odc d a'.' ni y, jlvtl'i',it, the ivideilt?iieisLiotd (I commetiricig ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A Sluggish Liver Remedied. BILE BEANS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

A Sluggish Liver Remedied. IIILE BEANS' AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. Tim esddon climatic changes of the present, seasnn have a detrimental effect on the liver, and the invariable result is that it becomes sluggish in its action. It. fails to pelforgm its duties, and if not speedily remedied, the effect is felt throughout the system. Such was Ilie oxpnrience of Mrs. Mlay Williams, of 350 Fitzry St., Filzroy, Melbourne. This lady says :-" I amu glad to bear testimony to the voluo of Bile Beans for Biliousness. For years I hove suffered fronm a sluggish liver, which caused'mo a great deal of misery. I also had pains in the back and under the shoulders, which were almost on. bearable. Durling differert times I tried scores of advertised medicines, but got no relief. Five months ago, in oonsrqnence of hearing siomo of my nscqnalllt'nces speak highly of Bile Beans, I doelded to try them,. I was very bad at the time 'with one of my attacks, and my life was a nmsery wheni I h?gann to take the Beutme,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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COUNT TOLSTOI AND THE POLICEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

COUNT TOLSTOI AND THE POLICEMAN. 1'ho following unlulnig niiedotn In tolul about tlwi fnmous o iunt, Lin mace niw, In, (I street III Moscow, nOulletuo droon dging fit n ilosetr Ioup nottoer II IrunkenI motojik t lie o1ftmilu Th11 e() COlulnt stopped(1 tho tuollinCoII will C11d (o i III III - . "I Cot thou rrend 1" "Yell," was the reIply, "And ost 111011 rosil tho Compol 1 "Yen, all'." i'1'n 11thu1 11 (111 kow Liot we tust not flgui'eiti Ioleherrugnotr, ((lllo itku hiu In Aitu;Cl~lii:s l'"'mb' eruol ttui"'" tiioiuiu tuis PIeU thiiiur i I WeYll, gee mod moeul themu tint, mlii thou coniW midl lok to mei."

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ADOPING A BRIGHT THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

ADOPTHNCG A BRIGHT THOUGHT. Howell Van Rtonssealaer Gibbon sat look. ng at Grace Lailliday, and there was a terl uutphant malice in his expteasion. "1 can positively hear your brain jangle," she said, aleerfully. " What thought is dies turbing you I" Mr. Gibbon leaned forward and dropped hi claspod hands between his knees, an atti tude which in a man means he has planned the ounversation beforehand and is proceed' ing on lines already laid out. " You know," he said, " you are always scolding me because t don't go hone early in the evening,and you hate to hurt my feclling by constantly requoetitg me to vacate - "Yes," said (trace. " 1'm glad you recog ls t l hnve a tender heart." SWell," nad bit a . Gibbon, " I have thought of the finest scheme for you and all ,othorgirls-- suppose thele are othertuen on earth who stay late like myself. I just read that in Switzerland they are making clonks on the phounographil principle. Int. stead of ringing up on alarm. a vulgar alarm what whange ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A SLEEP-WALKER'S GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

A SLEEP-WALKER'S CUIDE Pritfen.sr Fisacer de;' cribes a relt kab!e case observed by Iimself and others, when a bony at achiol. A young mani, aplaentlly of :s hale onntitution. and far froam exhibitinl any symptomn of nervoua temperament wan Iabitullly sulijct to asoninautb llta oln. Ilia lits uate on regularly ahatlL ten o'clock at night. The caone wtan a largeo pattlttnt, nonalelling sixty bedos in four run. lie an aboutnl violently, rtped. wreatsltld, and )xed witli his uetupations, who enjoyed tilu epolt at. tin expente. Sah thl Pr flessor : " I can perfectly well hia hinoda lit lru hir. with hl taingers astrntehe out. le wnas retmarkaby gtlle, atlnd eaould I lap ,ven the bted, and tis culaa paulienn coutica arcelyhever rtell ino. WtVten 'lie reapemd threight the door, he flew tlinouga ip gatleya tllu ownu Iltum. ' Tllreu he rested, frequently tating up a book old.readini softly or witl a louad voice, conaiuoting-if my recolleetiin eeaves ae acourately--hi oeuthtretlted tingerd o...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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AN EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

AN Il'IiftA M. -'I l~vNof rm ano4ion, thouigh wo fltauU (11;Ihl trtwedem d u llo Of ho oaInv n ihthmhn Him I aelneu of warled lll Ilu.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WHY EARTHQUAKES CAN BE PREDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

WHY EARTHQUAKES CAN BE PREDICTED. -+ Dr. Cancani, after it careful stady of Italian earthquakes, flids that ll sych, 'dlstulcblance sLtrong enough to damag?l? buiildings oven to at slight extent, are invarliabtly preceded ?ts well as followed Iby minior shocks. in other words, an earthqltake is not a(n Isolalted lheu'nonuutuenon, bat is one of a series of dlsturlmnrCes. When the depth of the focus of disturbance In smalnl the trent?l? last abolt, 10 day', w hen of moder ato depth, .about :1 mounths, anl wheli of great depth, puossitly sever ait yeOars, l'roftlltalu (uiutuh , of n l' lsa arrivedt t l stmilar tr tollhutis s aboutl minor shocks conntectetl with strolng lrllllth uake.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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BRET HARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

BRET HARTE. ------ In 1880 Blret Harte arrived in London'-on his !way to take up his dutied" as "Consul at Glasgow.' Iie was 'the guest or various literary and artistic folk living in or around the Metropolis, and was a great favourito in the highest Bohemian circles. His duties very soon called him to Glasgow. His first letter from that Calvanis 'tic city ?'was :typical; lie described how hIp arrived In the dreary gray ness 'and dirt, and howt ninviting cquid cold' his rooms looked, so that he left his keys for his l:andlady to .unpack,, and betook himself to an hotel for dinner.. :'fWhen hebcarme i back ho found his landlkdy?staniling "on the doorstep 'wsith 'ar-is: akiinbo, and she said. "I'v'e unlpacked. yer kists (chests), and pwhayr-s yer Bible ? "

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ROYAL ROAD TO BILLIARD PLAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

HY4L ROAD TO BILLIARD PLAY INC. -- Billiard playing has been-wo think llnd,'"sirnlbly"-simnpliied by .a Munlich professor. The sides of an ordinary billiari d table are provided with six mirrors, one or more of which can be turned down when a play is to bo made, and the advantage rests in the fact that any image is re flected ill the Seaino angle in which it faills on the mirror, just as the bil litard bal' rebounds from the cushion in the same.angle as that of strik ing..: Tile, mirrors show at .once the dillerent":wnys iti which the shot can be 'iiita9. Esvr the tyro is said to miiakei litciilt,t,t indirect shots as i?e:ily' asdirect ones, and tile iin irtcletel of the game are quickly conquered by everybody.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

I ,0NERAL INFORMATION. -0+O~f--- Water' is 820 times heavier than air. Now.w York City has 40,000 more women- than men. Spain produces 25,000 different kinds Hof wine. A 'pint of water weighs a fractioe over one and a quarter pound. The thirty-eight biggest estates in lBritain average 1838,000 acres each -1-- Most spiders have eight eyes, although some species have only six -+E Of Europe, 275,000 square miles are over 3,000 ft. above the sea. A new penny weighs one-third ol an ounce, and is one-tenth of a foot across. King Edlvard _?_r_.n_No~ 7_haL_ A bushel of good wheat should weigh fully 601b., and a bushel of oats 40lb. Every head of cattle brought into Cape Colony has to pay 30s. duty, every sheep 5s. In Queen Elizabeth's time the death-rate of England was 80 per 1,000. Now it is 18 per 1,000. ---+i- The longest European mile is the Swedish, equalling 7.021 of our miles. The Hlanoverian comes next. --+-- 'lhe floods of the Nile are so re gular in their coming that for hun dreds...

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THE MISFORTUNES OF A PRETTY WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

THE MISFORTUNES OF A PRETTY WIDOW. some time ago vgo-..-- ... quiit e y pirey va'aciouts in spite of her weeds, educated, and only twenty-live years old. She was not averse to re-marrying; yet, strange as it may seem, no one would 'ven turo to take her for better or for worse, .Theo reason (sa3s the "Dritish FiresIjd') why ipretty MI?s. Grey could, not, find a husband was that shite had already buried five. She was - it ' appears, not quite sixteen when she contracted her first niar rlage-a run-tawgy nIatcli. H ie hus band, a -young i Frenchnima, had I a rival, and within two hours after the wedding," the rival fouId tlhe couple aniu d?nitdedtl satisfaction from -the Iihusband. They. fought that sane day, and the young: wife became a iwlilow.- Sihe spurnled the iman who had killed her husbanld, anld retiuried to her hoeli . hSie now subisfittedi to her piai:cnt s t.sles, anud imarlned a enit?tleiit t ,o1 nialnrtei yeas aWpos sessed a largo fortpnoe. A few a4optlhs after- her seconld...

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PILOT BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

F PILOT BIRDS. DY A SEA CAPTAIN. Ilirds at sea, whether wild in the air or tame on board, are of far mniore value to man than too mnpy care to think. For myself, apart front all feeling against unnecessarily destroying any thfiig that has God's lifeoin it, I P'l?m' oever arrcsted Imore wanton s?porti at sea. If, hliowor, foir 'ny usnouliiesp tho caie is dli pLtnt . But the itierq killing for killing'a , or ifrom tlhoughtlygs or rec'klssy-?wii;, hnn ,sito moe distasteful..;-,. : i.1The pleasure of. watching hbirds at se, whethe n thoi ' 'thir:. or"skliiniliig `the oceatirii :avea's' c relt,!is tolmiany Siiln is:'ry kein. 'Andithere I sosie thing onire too to, be qpnstilered. erane ora can often tcil theo .pay; by ith sobirds, especiallyi when unyring a ;:coniat.., I well remember how I :used!to ..atch for them on approac hlig'certanin coasts, such ias partsa of 'Patngonhit:' tooo:. loi to be aeon at the oldfin?ln distaitice. ,On?':?when'-comingaf froi mMonte :Vdicro?': iuilth ai, mai...

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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 3. FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER IV. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

(All Rights Rlescrved.) Bonnie - Barbara: . i PART 3. ':; .-FASCINATING LOVE STOI.Y, ---*+*'- fey ,fAdelai1e Rowlantds, ithor of ' Priceless V'iolet," " A `'"-:';"Child of Charity," "A iKing and a - Cowaird'" &c' FajArnER IV. Continued. S 1:-?'know [irs Lambalrt well by i ,he had said "IShe used to ci-ri'espondtlwith Sir ?'Normani regul ilqtyl'I"o"onder iwhat is bringing her hei e"? It is %'ery good of you Miss li, ?Babs;. l?ly :dear, "to. tiko her into '??'tdyiir houso: I iani afraid t will livt '.-ýoil'agica.t deat del of troublo to hav.o *-i-fii;1invalid to iook nftr; alin' by 'iitgh?: ' ol:course,'" Mrits Baillio.io uded :.i?i i a certaiii pride in' her voica' and Lunllellrn . ' ?lMrs. Lanl i rit 'Olleht to: Ci0- o .liqire.I ..i aiiy cLasp.; Miss 'i llhibs' Iv ICll: collme and see, hor, to-day `"fi ciae'fld d aii opiorthiiit' but'thie fa4t. or- the'initter ?is I(ldonl'LI .qito know what-I; iiayllnot haiveto dolto d 'liTly h ?heilinste? clile dtniiln here ucliite suddenly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

May 3rd and 17tlh Kinglakse . 11 asm. Pauton H11ill ...? .. .U p0m. Queenstown .. : . 7 , Ret J. Francis. ay fa toth and 24h =h Upper f?himond CreekS..1 a.. . a? nton f1 ' r . 30o pl S Queetown ? : .. fler. Francis. Mar 31st, Whis.Sunlar. ' Kik ' ;lste 10..' .t 045 are P nto Hill .11111 ... 30 p. Qeenstownrru .. '... i . Holy Communion at eacnh servie. Rev. N. Green. Railway Refreshment Rooms, I. REICHELT,. Lessee of the Excelsior General Store, M .AIN S'iIt'iT, Corner of Arrberson Street. The best given at the lowest possible prices. Prize Dandelion Ales andl Germnan Weiss 'seer. Try it at the Refreshment Roods before going na jt.rney. FOR' SALE. T I G H T TWO-1i)ll??E. WAGGON ELFngllsh fore-carriage ; nearly new. Apply. W. J. VEITT, Wheelwrighs & Blacksmith, Kanguaroo Ground. FISH!' FISH !! FISH !!! Frosh Fish for Sale every Friday. M R. W. PARKKR, of Kangaroo Ground, -hees to inform the public generallyi that he is prepared to supply customers every Friday with Fresh Fish...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

OLOSE' EA SONS FOR 'GAME. CAUTION, The subjoiaed Table, showing the Close Seasons for Game, is published for general Information. All previous Tables are hereby osacelled. r1 I WHOLE YEAR. All Australian Falns, with the exception of snakes, n National Park near Wilson's Promontory, all birds, except sparrows and nilnah, not Indigeuous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee eaters, bustard or wild turkey, Cahflor slan quall, deer, emnus, eplhthianuras, fan. tails, fly.catcher., great kingslebor or laugh. Ing jackiss, grouse, hits, large grey beugaroos (olacropue gigauteus), great red kangaroos (macropoe rufus), lyre-blrds, muagples, marple lark, native bears, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, llodargus or tonpokes, robins, seals, southern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white sWans, wrens. 14th day of June to the loth day of Decem. bher In each year. Dlaek swan, wild geese of all kinds, 1st day of August liI each year to the Iasl day of March...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

Extraordinary Notice. Tramway Boot Shop, 384 Smith-St., Collingwoodi g P. L i (1 j 1(0T'1' n cheapas iny" shliip Sin thie lis.trict. Gvle nl a call and judge for ynurselves. lOne cull will be sufmleent reonmmendationi ".. Seaforth. M?'Keniie, Contractor , AND General Builder, Warburton W., Upper Yarra.: Estimates submitted for buildlags of all deseriptions. The Farmers' Club Hotel, BOURKE STREET WEST, Near Kirk's Bazanr, MELBOUItNN, IS the rendezvous of Farmers from all parts of the State. A liboral dietary scale with civility, home comfort, and nttention. SIMON LYNH?, hbolo Poprietor. (Late Mrs. Bulger). O LINDA HOTEL, LILYDALE, Close to the Rtailway Station. , Good A.ccommniedati.n for rsintors. Choicest Wines and Spirits. Ale and Porter of the Best ;Branda. J. R. MOORE, PROPRIETOI:' The Recreation Ground is at the rear of the Hotel. _ A.' %. U E T AND now on at Brunswick-street, Fitzroy. Visit it, It :will pay you. ESTABLISH1{D 19 TEANS. GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT TAILOR AND MEN'S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

Ji TI. ACKEY, J dRj, Cordial and Bitter Manufiacturer, . iloyal Place (oft Swan-street), RIOHMOND. 18 years nmaufattringll for Halle nod Mlackey. i::Lydale Cash Prodiuce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Melbourne Marlket). The only" legitimate Produce Merchants in the District. L ARG?Iseppllc "always on hand of the following t- - Bone Dust' Superphosphbto(Cumming, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crnabed * 'ltartarlau, Algeriat , : ,l:.hat ith; istoeut Victorian Cheft?:' , Bras, Pollard, Straw - ,:.:.iarley i ]ice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Belt Seed Maize, Garden Reeds. Everything in the LINE oNLY kept ln stock. AGENT for he celebrated " Salrils. Scal wll eIt eosnee sea eryb+dy. S. IH. W.: PITHER, LuZ I ,DWA.LE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) AND Tree ,EXTRACTORS, " FOREST DI VILS, Are .till'ii the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post reoeive prompt attention. AgtrcltLral Implemente, ho. Beat 'workmanohlp. VTar'burton-rd., Seville, Via Lilydalt,'and ...

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A REMARKABLE THIEF. VAN-LOAD OF STOLEN PROPERTY. TWO HORSES AND THREE VEHICLES RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

4 REMAIIRKABLlE THIViF. VAN-LOAD OF. '(tI?E.:N P tPtI' ERTY. TWO;"ii t i?ti i..t RIC?D?.S oha Fnirfil m id Alphinantit polire sle iui tdieded i tihflcrin' tlis clipluara of, amost dariig:boise t:hif, ?iur:;?itr, .iad ' gnoral roblber, nirn'dc': Williini WWnllace eiMeai, whito d escritos himseolf nas n printr by trade, and gices t hiagsg aR45 -earne The resul of the capt ore is thllt overal hintiidid pounid worth of prol*ris' hd~w ineoc rte nveed, the out conte`r f thbifts and burglarii s in iiriid around' IMelb'ourne, and it 'is now awaiting- idintifjcntiniry cll aitsr 'ani thi tAllihliit to. pilice' latiioi A aoning the: gobd aro two Iheroe,lthrea re'hiolet. a set of. horisn s caddles, bridles, liNous hold fitrihittre, wearilg appinrnl, &c. "-A nuinblr: of '-tlihfis, aiurulnriea, and robberies have: betin squiie :rece?tly reported to the local polie as blaring bhan jirpntrated in and, anund Faiet fiehl, Allphinttna, antid'Iv?niiodr a1, .Senior.constable Hfaynes and Constabl...

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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

HIEIDELBERG COUNCIL. ^t tintotEsnAY, MAy ,13., Pri-aetnt-Or }lrescer (Pres iln)ndt-i -Ors Sinrliig, Kritina Ilke, EnJ;;Lu-lo itWaVhis altn, -.Fui, d llada'1 ].Ttollesiin ciii Ryani; - ; COinESPONDENC. :'. m the .nt i ler;tirea,cr ioiiinigti thlit £ 498 s .9d isto d to ihe credit of the coutncil's. inkinig ftiun :' From M1r 0 SWingine givrii's particulear.rogndi ig ie.:Te ?'`lestowo lrildge;-RResolvidtilat on thei c'nipl . tin of. the 'presetnt work Mr .'.TisdIl, nmert Mr:O'BriTc , ai d makeia thorough inspection of th bi. dg FrOi. the. hOief ;,O ni8?iiener' of Police stling-, that thiir, : wns ' 'w no opjoctioln to the bppoint?ai;t'iof Si1nior. .onslalnil Hinyas as Saiitiary I[nspector, Fmonl thi l Meirii'ilittan Board inti. nmlaing ithat. thrly hand 'icollneiiced laIino,. the wiitor. netins in Fairfield rond, Gsordili Arlhiir, Mitchell, and Sraion .streer?t als; o reqitestiing to be pirtnuitted to -earry oin', ilting opera. tions in connection with the above work -Pertiisiisio griu...

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THE LADY HOUSEKEEPER-NEW STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903

PHE- LADY HOUSEKEEPER EW STYLE. .HIIE Queen, in pn article dolightfully full o fspiloful femniineo toaches, takes to cask the Lady }Iousekeeper of the type met with in great hotels. This young person, as : will be sonee, is far from pleasing in the eyes it of her energetic censor. . . IIfEl IMaPEIOUPoNFss. For the niost titrt young and protty, tly kind of housekeeper is conspicuous' by the care which site takes of her peorea, and notorious for thie neglect of her professional duties.. Say that you have ewritten to a hotel engagitig a bed for the ijighit, nd giving the name of: ons of the nst inlluentitl men of the coutty as 'your hostr-s-hiCh ,i also that of your guarantee.' You arrive at the hotel at the time specified, and you are introtluced to the housekeeper. You see a yotng womt attlmirably.got utip anti,fault lcs ly attired in the latest fahhioL. Sithe has Sbeautifully frizeed hai" and--iftliat black linte romd Ihlterunder eyelid is-getnine- she has lpreetrlnaturally thick au...

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