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Between Two Loves CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
Between 'i Two Loves U.UA1 TERVI.-(Continued.) la t1 They tell me that not-only are you l i-tisg to?.these0thelatrlc?ls, but that the bi Duiled of Itosecaisih, nlhba'Is mY rivll' who hs score ofrties, publicly }l no?s:woed hins determinihation to win 'yul 'j frontl ulseit he can-the fsitun above all it othernmen, of who :I: am' jealous-i-hey a tellme o that lie plays the' part of your lover, on: the stage. Is it so, May?" , "I cannot help',it," she replied, the a ,more. impatiently because she .felt that her cause .as. abad one. "You can-u -ot expect me to'tell Lady Swando'n 'that you'are jealo6us of the duke, I hauve refused to marry hims becaunse I love you. What need is there for jealousy t after that?". . "I will not believe it, even though t yotu.ndmit It yourself.. 1.i hve faith in yolt-you will not'betiny' that faith. I Srefuse to believe that you could be so iWnntooly so.needlesly, cruel.": . Ibih '"iAtastP i think youj needlesly foolh Sto nieke sot mtrch of what is really, ...
SUICIDE AT TEMPLESTOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
SUICIDE AT TEMPLESTOWE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Last Wednesday Mr. John James Kent, the Templestowe Shire Rate Collector, com- mitted suicide by cutting his throat. The deceased, who belonged to one of the pioneer families of the district—the whole of the two existing generations of Kents having been born in the village—possessed a 40-acre orchard freehold, and engaged in stock- raising and farming. For the last five years he has acted as rate-collector of the Shire. He was a married man having a wife and seven children, and was about 40 years of age. For some time past he has complained of pains, and persisted in a diagnosis of his case which was in opposition to the opinion of leading doctors. He has also recently been subject to insomnia. A day or two ago he paid £30 into the bank to the Shire Council's account for rates he had collected, and informing the Shire Secretary (Mr. Thomas O'Brien) of this fact, he mentioned that he did not think he would make any ...
QUEENSTOWN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 22 May 1903
QUEENSIOWN SPORTS .1 Pi these annual sports held on the Queenstown cricket ground on Monday last and the committee are to be congratulated "grstuiitedl q linning ic-tiick a calital, day, clis eathdi, fir chiisatline of yinr, hbiing faorale il fr ? ai ~door- .I.ui*; nInots.p;i Thilin ndanne 6f the, geieral ,l;blia:sbW h reprueirtative aod fairly ti lirge;, aihoiotgli a 'bigger crowd wits a expected ? inTeliriigrainsie fur the day F iwas a nod nd Yvairied one, and was corrctly carried odul by the cointitititee, aitd di energetic and panIHstking \ý secretaiiteel Mierss. W. Irvingk Nole a and C.'· H.0 Poake did thleir bea to a make :the ni': t?iig a suiccessful , and tenjyable oine. Mr. ,John Fitch iaiide a good stirter, and Messrs. Juhin Hedrert, 0 \3: Verso, and Joihns -Law. . ray filleid the positioli of judges' tothud astiafactiin of .all. Durin' thin after., hoon Professor ' Tatie gorvea :per formniie a' very short one -- n the T Rmaintinges . t 'alo ihejyouiigr juvitil S Hies thi ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
Foureto nwrrMPartulr I often deculared to be the o?lne of muuh of the suffering In thcl e unttry, and we arc told that the num. Ie r of ftir.cenela r it illnglid mako IC very Illuitult for theo Fnittilhmnu I.o gi to n i leg, Il[waver thils may liei, It Il turtilaly true tha the prpeeo!no of forelItn mltter In the tlonnd endnllgere tlhe heItlth of tlhe whole lton?nl, 't' purify the lilond and to torreut Ilenr rltri of tiet' iver and itlllct I, the Only iertPmlll, info wtidt oltrntl?rlllte mdit'llt in 1t1nlowtr'e title, If )t etulfer froim anat I hnmottltism or lumiiett, pe,'itle, tturtie, or hlueutr UeIls, youn Ittit tuslt 0e l tIt IIItnet plonevh|r. defe.' nlllo a4's t)1lhttlan, |ror ve?r Ihlf aittilurt y :te it fIti it.1 remtdleIIr? Itet1 IeIen C?the flllthftl fllrltnd io moal
LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
LAW RELATING TO. NEYW.. PAPERS. I. Subscribers who do not give express tintice to the contrary, are considered as wtlhing to continue their suhscriptfon. 2. If sobscribers order the disoontlnou ance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. S. It subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from. the ohflee to whicht they aro directed, they are held responsible until they have set led their bills, and ordered the periodical to be disonnnued.. 4.lif 'suoserribts .to, other, places without., informing pbiaherso,' and?tthe / ,ppers are soent to their former direction the sobsoribera are re~pnnsible. 6. The courts hnve'leltded that "refus ingl to take periodicals from the nllies or removlng or lenving tliem uncalled for is primn fatDe evidence of intentional fraud," 6, If subsecrlers pay In advance for periodicnls, they are bounr to give nothie to the publisher, at the end of the time. llhat they, do not wish to continue taking It, olherw...
FROM OXFORD UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
FROM-OXFORD UNIVERSITY. .George D- wias one of the bright est men at Oxford, but his love of miischief often brought him into dis grace. Was there trouble with the townsmen the night before, it was D- who was first questioned by the Dean. Was there some unique practical joke, it was upon D- that the faculty's eye of suspicion • was turned. lie was (says the " British Fire side ") its usual; " on the raggetd Oelge of suspicion whenl one' Sunday mnornitng at chulrchl-timel, in his third year, he was descried by the Dean sitting by the open window of his room, in his :shirt sleeves calmly smoking It long Dutch pipo and drinkling beer. The llcin was onu his way: to church, ind: the cool.;'public irreverence of the Inus,'sho'cked hifii. 'rio' next'einoirniliig he suitttittnedB-- to isI situdy,. SSir,'. said the Dean;." your It reverence is i tlisglaceful. Whatl,:do you meane a.bylthist public 'disresptect for" the Lord's: Day 7?- ' . "I waos.1'not awardttatdtlnicft ieer- and c'stn sngklg...
THE MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
THE MOTOR CAR. A Cailldgiiihlrcnll.I tuIjitit(' ivn11 cc-" ccitly trigultig w\1it Ii i I'~!lcti chuln tuglr, tiliti hud11 tuIl'(IciteI tipI it. iii 111 tutu liiilll mtunl ciiil.(i I I' I,. ' fatutiotU thutiii' hu iitg it uitl hit iou itucrtuuIIII li· itiy~ Ilkiti'. Ititlil itt ~II'iIIIiit c' ii11· liii11 tititiii you 'tutu tlUt~I.'I gt~l.ll iiiiu il i duitu," ttti'it'ittitit I tilt itt liii '111 31111111" lilt lit tihittiti' i hut III'I'' tilt t\Ii'(rll t tIItIil', tiuiiuta Ill ittn twitc~ titiwt itji utiuiututui
A WEIRD STORY FROM EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
A WEIRD STORY FROM EGYPT. An nemerald miner was seeking In thd 'faTe of a hill'for somne evidences of old" workings. 'or long his search proved in vain, and he wis a bout to give it up as at bad job when his eye. was suddenly attracted by a figure close at hand, stooping over what seeled somine stone and sand, and striking with what appear aodto be a piece of rock. For a moment lie imagined it to be a fellow-worker, but closer inspec tion proved it to be no more pal pable than a shadow, and it nppear ed . to the auiner that the shadow was the shadow of a skeleton. The phantomn arm rose and fell; but solunds of blows there were none. 'rhe mnillor advanlced hesitatingly to wards the weird figure. lHe passed it rock; that hid it from view for a imolent. - Wheln'hlc reached the other side the snaid and stone over which the figure ahnd "hecen working was still there. b'ut'" the' figure itself had vanished. W\'dercling If what lie had seen wias nothing 'but an hallucination, the minor rea...
CROPS RAISED BY ANTS. SKILL IN FERTILIZING AND PRUNING SHOWN BY SOME SPECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
CROPS -RASED , BY ANTS. SKILL :IN FERTILIZING AND' PRUN .ING SHOWN BY, SOME' SPECIES; -. ----+ ,, Recent; study. of ants has added another to themany facts that show the intelligence these insects possess. This latest discovery is that somic species' actually plant and raise their own crops. :"r'ho~ld bigi leaf-coiting ant'of 'the tiopitsis thel niostprtoicient; species in thi agriicultui"l linel 'rThe;:' ants visit'iplnis and cut, little fragmilenils: out.? of thie leaves. Sonetilmes they will 'ruin `;a Whole pluantation' over night, leaving the jlants with rag-i ged firhigments` of their foliage" Until recently" it was suplosed thit. the :lea.f-cutters ate the "pieces"of' leaf. DBut now it is known that they carry the fragments to their mounds where;they chewthemn over and over moistening .them:. at the same time witih acid secretions, until they have, mad a' soft; spongy mass. This is kniadedl" and worked over' and over iagalin until' it is a big heaiip full of sahiiill'lioles. I...
WHITTLESEA POLICE COURT. (Before T. Smallman, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. C. Draper, R. Haghes, W. Thomas, and C.J. Verso, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
WIHITTLESEA POLIOE COURT. (B,.for T. Siallman, Esq., P.M., and Mlsirs. 0. Draper, R. IiH ghes, ?. Thoman, and C. J. Verso, J's.P.) W. Cordll1 v. A. Nelson.-Debt, .C3 3a, s?rvice of horse. A plo?a f not indJbted was entered by, defr?oalrns, as Ilantlrifle tliniJd ttt' oi i ldily P. Nelson Igvn. evidonce in favor of defendtant. Case dismissed. W. Cordell v. James Johnitone.= Service of horar, £f5 Ia. Dufoodnnt pledeid a sat-off of £2 Sv, and proved that plaintiff only clhrg.ild his son £3. Verdict for 15a with IS costs, lMetropolitan Bonrd of Works v, 'I'heodorn SnihlhI?rg.-Tri'apnss ot'salhop on Bo-lrd'e Inld. Detflnd.nt did not appear, bitt his wife sent a telegrnm stating that she hald bhei' unable II intl hi sin leo the snnttinonls wnas servedl it hila rosirletlc., Case adljolrllnol for one montht wth 42i ooets, . Mtr, IHall appeared for the IBoardl, \nVonds Grant Peppermint Citre, for Sough ul Colls Inovar fa, lls, s Od. Corrcllponlrnt woilul groltly aResLt iu by soitllng hl thlu...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. -o. The followillg won the £200 prize re. cently offered by a syndicate of Amerlean editors fur.the int apieapl. po0a0 to tewa psper subscribers to pay'up their arit"re;" 1'te ttuckv and talenltod nuthir is the b ditor of the Rocky Mofuntain Colt - Lives of great men oft retmind Its, loneallt moll won't tand a challlnce I The more we work thllere grows behind us, Bigger patches on our pants, On our potlts once niew and glosay, Now are stripes of dlfferent hine And hbecause subecrlters Iinger, And won't pay us what is due, Then lot tius e up and doing, endl ytour lite however small, Or when Ihe snow of willnter strikes us, We shall have no pants at all.
GATTLING GUN INVENTOR DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
CA TLING GUN INVENTOR UDEAD. 'rho ldeath is anlounced of Iticlard Jordan Iatling, tieo well-knownll Iiu veltLor who gav his naltll to the Utling gun. Mr. Gattllllg was in his ?ith year, having hecln Iorn in Ilert ford. L'onty, Nova Scotia oil Slp tolbetr 12th, 1818. As ai boy lMr. altling hIllpd his fathrlll to perfect a inachine for sow ing cotton sneds inlld unother fotr thinling cotton llants. Ills lirst in Veoltion was Ita scrw for propelling water craft. 'Thhen ho invented in tuinl nltchines for sBowing rico and whit ndlltl for I-breakinlg heIIp, and, In 18157, a stealm Ilough, which was howuver, nIovrm brought into uso. 'lhe llrst revolving battery gnu wats ntdo at Indilalnalolls In 1802 ; foci' years thaie' his gun was adoupt 'd by th.l tlited Stalten Arlly ; Lthnl It spiend all over Europe. ''he llltling gun discharged I,2iioi shlts a nlinlut, mli was only supersedesd by the Mlaxin,.
Three Eminent Doctors. RECOMMEND BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
-Three Eminent Doctors. * RECONMMEND BILE BEANS. Bile Beans arr, now so widely recog. nised. as an tffctsive remedy for all liver and digestive disorlois, that many eminent. medical men prescribe .tLhem for use lamongst I heir patients. Below are found: certificiates of three well. knsown practitioners. which show con. clusively that Bile Beans hove earned for themselves goldeli opinioas froni inen admirably qualilied to judge the value of medicin:es: Dr. A..,B. GRIPFFTIIS, Ph. D., F.R,S.P., of 12 Kunowle Road, Brixton, London, says.:-" I hereby certify tlat L have examinted samples of Bile Beaats, and from the analytical and experitnetn tel results obtained, I have formed a very favorable opinion as to their merlis for Biliousness and kindred complaints. As they are free from all undesiraille constituents, Bile B?ans Hre a safe, reliable, and ellffetivu remetly." Dr. J. H. HART, LRO.P., L.R.O.S., of 65 Reoent Street, Ltidon, -W\., says :-" l-aving examined-samples of Bile Beaus, I ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
" TICKINn T7nORTHEIt IN AhLL 8OITS OP IW'RATII ni.'"-'t'ho frlcadlllldp between tnita sntil man which onllen theml to sIlek to. ,tlther ih nil anlts of weatherl s IR rrIoeshlll worth havig. ln tlmaes of prosperity sonme or ntt rnn hInllly dlslliinih a flfriend of thle kind from one of thu olther Uort, UIIt Iit thI storllm eloul pithlur nlld wae oon knl ow who hu titlo filetli Is, Ai tlwhiln the cIlotuds jf kllknetl patlhr nhotrll its e tilurnt intl llyi and h?ntinulhtely to Ihniluwnyv's PIllI nil Olntlment.l 'T'hny lrn the only 'Ietllds wh.u flondlship is worth i ty t ap o nh IimiesI We know It, a1 d we turn irn theml , ctlttleltl in lh knttlowldltp Ilhat tlhey will ireslut us to hualtlh,
THE CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
13 d )tti Jaa5sLA (A`Parier read iefoteitb AnnualMeet _- tg' -. r in t Cie.ttir rui igt roiln ??e Asolnit aiur Spte?o e re 1 tie (Rpri tted frut growerhi cornplaiof of its ra,"??'i In th .Harchu~r "ldisrriei Departit iitfAtidoof cul30tufViet; i iused 1i0W livSoonly on 0e0 brdin: Ahe EA 'L i- During the pmast twi:o yara tiierii; il,a a tilik, notiui "'icry enr? s is a we itiu' hxpersof r ced, qule li niew do friirll, as fits ravages: In.tie.l i? cturi distriie? takl an ililtce inof tl linits of? tl f Cdli motnll., have ifaininained for inany to hri;'pst, thaonl one broe win the yearl brond durinr tlre seaeon .:bil, f,,nt "y§ experioncne during th past two y.ears, w Iave i eeI forct d to t tIH coDr iension that. tfLre as this diict two, ifc not th:hses broods il the, yar. O f.til ;12th thaysulis stgeu ; and h i e h caits of therLof few doay wouhl have titmergd fo ifully dvelperd Ilolhs. This was tie first I lime I f orceud the chr clie in thie ba dges so early in th e - ar son. During...
THE RHYME OF THE COUNTRY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
THE RHYMEd OF THE COUNTRY ROAD.: 4- Oh, the life one leads a-tramping, Tramping a country road I A-faring in gipsy fashion, With never a gipsy's load Set free as the winds in springtlime, Heart-glad as the day is long, tRejoicing in rainl or sunshine.. In tune with the liobin's song:: Oh, the things one sees a-trampiing,` The green, wild thiligs that grow,' The-glcait of the tail red lily: The tangle of ferns belowv 'IThe'gay; glad life of.thiie tie-toip The shadows that sloily fall,. The loig, 'still slope of the meadows And God's sky over all Oh, the things.one hears a-tramping, The whisper of. woodland trees;, The .calli of the hiddenlbrooklet;,?. The :muriuiur of sleSpy bees'? The distaintroll'of the thiuiider,.. Thoe drip of thesilver rip;', Tlie stairtild rushI ofba squirrel, Then robind' noto again I, O.1h, thoe things. ono feels, a-tramping,' - Tlhoejoy of the country road;. A-faring in gipsy fashion?, With never a gipsy'd load; Delight in "thie world of beauitj A rapiture o...
IN A RESTAURANT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
IN A RESTAURANT. Thu weiter-girl knew it thing or wo abouLt table, ui lllliettl , no . hlll nll eIIt l 1'Ol'1 fully,' IIA she seIl : I' not I or eIl|tan) to !, U e t Inife, with phI0" " N l '? " re, l rketll' h*, Iillrn',I III su tIs 'll' , "J 11'hqlu hInIgI IIuu tll 1lu,"?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
J1 TUMCKKYI, JUR, I Cordial and Bitter Manbfacturer; . . Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. " 18 yearn manufaetnrilg for Helle and -lMackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. 8, H. W. Pithe r ?iste of Melbourne Markets). 'The only legitlmate Prodnce Merchants in L the Disltriet. h T ARGE eapplies always am band of the .LJ followin - lIaon Dait ISeperphosphate (Gemming, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and orashed Ta -'r'arlsrian. Algeriau, Ilnich., toot Victorian, Sd To.}'hire Hero Pean and Strata.' Chaff, Hay, Bra., Pollard, Straw Barley 8 Rice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rnck Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. Sverything in the LINE ONLYT kept'i stock. AGENT for he celebrated "Balritle. A call will eenlonae everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, L.I VA .LE. . Pomeroy &. Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) AsD Tree EXTRACTORS, FtREST DK.VIL , Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements, ea. Best workmanohip. Wavburton-rd., Sevil...
The Gvelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
Publiheild lEcPy Friday Moieniinq.l "I'IttDAY, MAY 290, 1003. /The ordinary nolnthly nv ioting of the Elithut Shire Council will be held on Monday next.; " Messrs. Brown aond Scott's blanket fair is now no.. Read their 'adit and ' A Now Idea" appeairing olsewheie in this issue. A glaii concert and ball in iold of the funds of the Arthutr's Creek lrifle Club ,will be held neit .Wedlneosdy evening, 3rd June, at the Arthur's Oreek Mechaloius' Inestitue. hIebiry Pearce Inclh, ed 84 years, inst. Ain orderfor bia of was given by Mr. O. S. WiiIgrovo, JP. 'llhe COameron T'rophy, a hnndsome clock, woon by the Kinglpsko Oricket Clob lnst solnon, is to lbe pl?osented to Vice-Unp'niin A. Hubbard lit a concort to tie held at! Kinglnke on the 12th J line. Lent week the police noticed a man leadiugn horse through Clifton H1ill, mitl as the sulrroundings were.soomevwhat suspicions they took him in clharge. Hie subceqeuntly admitted having stolen the horse off the road at Kango. roo Groound. On inqu...
FORTUNES IN NEEDED INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 29 May 1903
FORT?NES 'N NEEDED INVENTIONS. -~----- IJavo you', nit, uvl tiwliih mind? if no you hiv~l ? lfortuno in yourl head if yu only, know how to got? It out. lrel'O't your chanc, Ileru .are thilr cot thilngl the world eueds, for ,Ither onto of which tho' world will pay you a forLtuno. A wall?linprlllng nalchllto A quick-actll Illolikey-wlrench. A rail jointlllL withoutl nuts or bolts,. A scrubbllng machIne.L, A cuspidor that will not spill when upset. An oil Ithit will tint expllot)u. A quillck I'IIIose, LuIldlIig w'itholut. screw thritites. steala-|uor. A Iutaic leutf-hlrltlr. An nve,, llope Ihal.t cinwiut uhpenud withouL Idi?leltcl ., ,l A Ihllllu n tll lock,,