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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

LAW RELATING TO NEWS. PAPERS. 1. Rubseriherl who do not give expseen notice to the contrary, are considered as wishlin to continue their suhblription. 2, Ii subscrlbers order the dsleOtlonu anle of their perlodicnls, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid, 3. It anbacribers refnne or neglect to take periodicals from the oillco to which they are directed, they are hold responesible until they hlve settled their blue, and ordered the periodicls to beo discontinued, 4, It subseriller more to other places without Informing putbliheiir, nod the pillers are sent to their former direction, the nhtierlbern are reaponplble. 5,. The courts hieno decided tihat "'reftln Ing to takeo periodicls from the illico or remlovinig or leaving them uncallled for is primal false rldenel of oilentilolnal fraud." 0. It soheeblrlibore Iy it nAdvance for perlodlcals, they are luillnt to giwn elnt(co to the puItlieher, at the ind of theo time, thlit they do lot wlsh to conlntino taklng ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE UNDERTAKER'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE UNDERTAKER'S PROPOSAL. The elcv. J. Marshall lather, of Man. chester, in a lecture on " The Comno Side of a Paron's Life," told thids story. A certain woman lost her husband, and the undertaker who buried him, falling in love with her, decided to iropoeo after a decenttntervall hut when he went to see the lady, found that he was too late,for sho had already accepted another. In tie course of time the sacond husband died, and anxious not to be antici. pated again, the undertaker went the week after the funeral, but was again too lnto. Yet a third tiem wag the lady left a widow, and the undertaker, saying to himself, " I'll not be late this time-it's now or never," proposbdjover tile cosin and was accepted,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANCIENT BRITONS' GRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

ANCIENT BRITONS' CRAVES, An importaontnrcherological discovery has been made at a small place called Danes dale, near Driflield, by Canon Greenwell, of Dunram, acting under the auspiees of the Mist Riding Antiquarian Society. At Danes dale are a number of mounds, shih for years have been popularly and locally known as " Danes' Graven." Further investigation has been made, with the result that Canon Greenwell has come to the conclu?ion that these graves, which are protected by a wood, are not Danes' graves at all, but belong to an age at least a thousand years before the Conquest--that is, about2,Ot0 years ago, and. prior to the foman invasion. In one of the tumuli laid bare were found, not only the bones of an ancient Briton, but the iron tyro of his chariot, the iron bit and trappings of his horse, and a bronze pin, beautiful in de. sign and enamelled, The pin is a specimen of early British enamelling, and of a typo quite ieuliar to the iron, period. It has a peculiar twist in the ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RESULT OF AN ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

RBESULT OF AN ADVERTISE MENT. Andrew French was one of those mortals who are no unfortunate as not to be depend eant upon their own efforts for support. Having graduated at college, he passed two years ahboad, and returned to his native land uncertain whether he would he a phy luiann, a lawyor, or a minister of the Gospel, for either of which vocations he deemed him. seolf equally adapted. For "business "bhe had no inclination. As he lazily reclined in an easy chair, smoking.a fragrant cigar, his eyes fell upon the following " ad." in a paper of that day's1 issue, which he had been reading : "Wanted-Intelligent ,young. man, of pleasing address, to canvass for the sale of a domestic article on commissilon. ReferenceS required, but experlehne unnocessary. Gall upon or address .,Brown and Co., 15, - Street." - For a few moments he remained silent,and then muttered: " I am not destitute of intelligence, and think that I can be pleasing in my address," smiling as he spoke. " I wonder if ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN REBUKED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN REBUKED. The following good story is told of Sir Artihur Sullivan. Some time ago, when a change in the epat of one of his operas had been made, Sir Arthur, who happened to be dining at the Savoy Hotel, slipped away for a few minutes from the table, and went into the theatre to the upper circle, there to hear and judge for himself as to the capabilities of the new artiste. As the play proceeded, and a favourite score in the opera was taken the talented composer unconsciously cont menced to hum the refrain as he desired it to be rendered. This considerably annoyed his next door neighbour, who abruptly re marked, " Excuse me, sir, if I mention the fact that I have paid my money to hear Sir Arthur Sullhvan's charming oper as given by the company, and not your confounded humming."--Sr Arthur returned to his din ner and related the Incident with great gusto. " Nastasie, how many times must I tell you not to look at men 1" " But, mamma, they always look firet." She (com...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW CHOPIN WROTE HIS "DEAD MARCH." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

HOW CHOPIN WROTE HIS "DEAD MARCH." Few people are aware of the extraordinary circumstances under which Ohopin composed his famous " Dead March." The inspiration cameto him in'the studio of M1. Ziem, in the Iue Lepic, Paris, and was suggested by a story told him by that artist. Al. Ziem had been one evening to the studio of Prince Edmond de Poligane with Comte de Ludre and M. de Valdrome. There was a skeletin in the studio, and among other.Bohemian whimsicalitice Prince Edmond placed the skeleton on a chair in front of the piano and guided its fingers over the keys. "Some time later on," says M. Ziem, "Chopin came into my studio just as George Sande depicts him, the imagination haunted by the legends of the land of fogs, besieged by nameless shapes. Alter frightful nightmares all night, in which he had struggled against spectree who threatened to carry him off to Hell, he camine to rest in my studio. His nightmares rgmindedme of the ske eton scene, and I told him of it. His eyes ever...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STRANGE OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

A STRANGE OMISSION. Curiously enough, neither the birth, bap. tism, nor confirmation of Queen Victoria Is a matter of official public recordl. One might suppose that, filed away in its appointed place among the Sitte archives, there could be found a) document formally setting forth the birth1 of the child who, though' not helirpreumiptive to the throne at the time of the birth, ;won removed from it by only three degrees. But such is not the oase. With regard to her birth, all that was deemed necessary was its announcement by the State officials, whoseo duty it was to be personally cognisant of the fact In the huge public records building in Chancery.lanc,wherein are jealously guarded the muniments of ancient landed titles and the records of Rtoyal treaties, one may see the marvellously well-preserved Doomsday Book, which is the beginning of all things to the English conveyancer; the solemn com pacts of cardinals, envoys, ambassadors, and ministers; the priceless records of Roy?t pre...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A QUEER NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

A QUEER NURSERY. Just now is an excellent timo to viit the Inseeet'Nursery at the Zoo, for some very boneautiful uspclmaso of buttorflies and motlt are being ushered into the world from the chrysalis state. Very beautiful ereatures are some moth caterpillars. When full grown they measure four inches in length, and are often covered with tubercles and tufts of hair. They are provided with four ileshy pro-legs and four true legs, which latter are seen in the moth, while the pro-legs disappear. The largest of ill mnothl? the magdiflcont Atlas, measuring tweli,' incihes aeroe, is broiedl in the Inseo tarium, as is the beautiful-tailed. moo moth, which comines from SierraLeone. It has been reared in the Zoo on several occualons, and Mr. Thompson, t(h head keeper, assurera one that "it 'hbs the hiabit of feigning death if tobched. The Arguasmoth was at one time considered very rare, only one or two speci imens being known in collections, but now the 'Zoo nursery can show it to' you alive....

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE WILL, AND THE WAY TO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE WILL, AND THE WAY: TO IT. * You're safe enough. George. never fear. ,You n.inys were father's favourite, and I know that he means to leave you all his .noney. He does not rare a bit about any of the rost of us. As for we girls, hoe says we ought to find husbands to support us. Yet he Is the first to lookl black if he catches us in the most innocent flirtation." S " Well, well:" protested George Bell.," we need not: dise?as remote contingencies just now. Dad is not dead yet, and for my part I hope he may live for many a year. Of ;eoursi, tle fairest thing would be for him to divide his great wealth among us." " The fairest thing ?" repeated his sister , lMary.. " Oh. yes; that would be the fairest thing; but' did he over do the fair thing by us o Hoe never allowed us to live with him; we all had separato homes, and, indeed, it ,has been more'by accident than by design of his that we have come to know each other." ?* He has been an eccentric, not to say an unnatural father, yet he...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

Anaenia Cured. A Case in South Yarra. The Case of Mrs. B. GESCHKE. (By a Melies Rpever.) St mattr thatmay have esmoaped the aotiee of many subscribers to the literarf world is here reproduced by a writer who was aspeoally commissioned to call on Mrs. Elizabeth Qeschke. a resident of 56 Wicklow-strb~t.South Yarra. The lady's remarks are given verbatim: - For ten years I suffered the most acute misery through poverty of blood. Before I had developod into womanhood there was a languorous expression in my yes. Which betokened the first signs of failing health. My former agility gave place to a weary listless walk, and my rosy complexion faded away till I be came as pale as death. Neighbours freely expressed the opinion that I was going into a decline, and. indeed. I feared so myself. because I not only lost all my enersty, but every particle of strength besides. I always felt weary. yet I did not do anyvthing in the chaps of work to bring about such a state of exhaustion and instead of ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

GENERAL INFORMATION. --+*- The average life an an elephant is 105 years. --+f- Cider is said to be fatal to the typhoid-fever bacillus. *i- T?;hlie -piopulation-aof Jerusalem :is 45,000. Of these 28,000 are H1o- - I brews 'rhe -Mlay language is spoken i': umoree thaln :40,000,000 persons.: : it said to lie etsy to:lh'ari; as it hiisr;t almiost no gir iami ,Thei average kScotechlan wcighu 10,5 :poundsi : the. Welshnai . pounds lthlEn Fglishiman ;5 pouIJn'ds?; and' the Irishmlan 154 -pounds: ., "P 3 The 'construction of aciga,- bo naty scC a v persyinpimle matterl.' tmii`: t!e inovice ?,"iut thp i?.ox passcs: tlirnughlrnineteen 'dilerent pirocesses'.o before it is -ready to ieoeive the ci gars. The Indians of the interior of Doli ;:vla,; wear'skirts and hats made of ti, i ai k of 'a tree, which is soaked " n wael to a's ften the ibre.' and then beaten to make. it pliable. -4 The:' human voice has a more or less -inlurked influence on all animals. In annnaging horses especially thle vo...

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

;-...? ..- '3_?2?--.-?.'- •- • ? =,,,.?_, Medical Notice. DR. ORDON PHILLIPS; L.R.O.P.L, lnd., M.H.C.S., Eng., L.S,A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May: be (:onsultedl Every Wednesday, Elthnm, 1,0 to 2 p.m. Eaugaroo (round (if instrncted at Hel1 • delberg before 1I a5.m.) Every Friday, AT D .jreenshoroogh, l..30o : 2 p.m. ' )amcould Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. - Of Hei.deIber?g LETniar, Tuoesays, 12 noon. SGuteussaoauo vo, Tuesdlays, 2.30 p.m - A?.) osa CEaoK, Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. J. Ti CHAPMAN KANGAROO GROUND Every Monday, I to 3 p.m. QUEENSTS1 W1N . Alternate Thursdays, Ito'3 p,m. [A cAUD.) . PEIPERS, 1L., T AS eoinmeneed MedIcal Practlice, as su ccessor to the late Dr.'Sutherland, anid may be consulted at SOUTH YAN TEAN. On Mondays, and Thursdtys he will, vlslt WHITTLEBEA (M\r. Tidma' Hotel) in Ihe afternodo, 3 to .4 o'clock. 0. F. GMELN,MJD 'AN- be consulted IVERY. DAY at C-: LIIYDALE -In his new residence between Wilson'a and Mr. Burton's Coachb. building Factory. DI? . A. E. SY? [...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SEA ACTS AS A TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

THE S A ACTS AS A TELEPHONE. An I teresting experiment in con nection with submarine fog-signal ling has been carried out by hang illg a be 1 50ft. below a buoy. moor ed in 1. fathooms of water, which was struck electrically froin a neightbo rinlg lighthouse. Dy :.nlmnIIi of such subimariln sig nallling, It 1d stated that it person placing amln ar againstl, a rodl hld in colltact nitlth the hull of ia vessel, is able to Ihear a bell fromi 1 to ,llmilt'is awlty, nl? fact it is lblievied lhat ti ringing of it mell Inaiy he heard, at a distaclluc of teven 1It or 12 I miles.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WALTZING ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

A ViALTZIUH ELEPHANT. : Trained elephants that danice : waltz with grace and precision, with a woman, for a partner, have lately been holding the attention of i'tarls, or that portion of it that enjoys novelty illn atnusemtents, these el phants keep perfect ti lie to the mnus ic and never tread on their part ners' toes. With the utmost delicacy and tenderness one of them will en circle his lovely partner's waist with hiis trunk and thenri the dance be gins. When the bhand strikes up an en ticing waltz the elephants appear, in the circus ring. The elephants, waltz alone, inl couples.- and finally all three, together with perfect .unisoin of nlovemenllt. Then thei young woman who is to dance wih.theth enters. They ap lproncr hel;h:bowingsDprofouldly, and by extending thqir trunks, and exe cuting waltz Lsteps, invite her to dance. Site pretends indifference to all of them. and they become vio lently jealous. After umuch of' this pretty by-play site chooses the biggest elepliant for her...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HERO OF THE HOUR. INCIDENTS IN THE CAREER OF LORD KITCHENER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

.THE HERO OF THE HOUR. INCIDENTS IN THE CAREER OF LORD: KITCHENER. .`· -*!*--- 'Twice within four years Lord Kit -in. erto Khairtoum n has ridden In? . trliuiph| .hrlougli thie streets of Lon doni asiL coniluererl. TThe flrst ;tint was iiS 1808,. after the-0 conquest of the M1iadi, :and the sccond whii: tiho: victori'ous general was ewlonlcoed at ;Paddinign by'tlhio Piii?:.dn ofWaies a?tdi thiteu'heads of the Wi arOflice, atnd thin?t cheeied y thilousaids on his way to St Jaiinest's Palace: iThere is'tino.-oficet int the I tishi t at niy witose , ilti itatry careeir hits'. beett S marke lCd? wthll; greatet.' distinctiin, S:thtn tllat ::6f tithe nia i?wo: iately Sbroughit thie Southtt Africtii caln aig'lin to a iappy ult petdcef ic tet?lii - t liiniatioltn. And, llstranlge to' say, tiltis : epttitloil Its beeti btilt ~l piand iialittaited i?: AAfrica- iat counitry whichltlr :o niny, yeai's lais been un ecivialily regarded its` fatal "to the catnc'rs of dlstlinguistid bsoldi.ts atnd e...

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

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. Napoleon can dispense with blind panegyric 'and intemperate apology. Hlls work speaks for him; his coun cLryV- ives-tuider'?. n-itwsnfi? flour ishes under the administrative sys teun he devised; he freed half' Ger many from an antiquated and brutal system of feudal government and legal procedure; the greatest steps taken for .centuries towards the uni ty of Italy, were those he took and but for this Prussia would -have found it far harder to bring about the new Teutonic Empire. That he was a greater soldier than Frederick or Marlborough; that he was able to rule successfully the better part of Europe Whill he was fighting the rest, se?ms less wonderful than that he was able for so many years to accomplish such gigantic toil and retain conflde'or., serenity, and judgmen ll That Ihe broke down at last was not surprising. it is a miracle that his marvellous power lasted so long. There is no need of exaggeration or euconiulm when one has to try to describe a man so g...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FUMES DESTROYED MARTINIQUE'S REPTILE TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

FUMES DESTROYED. MARTINIQUE'S REPTILE .TERROR. Mont. Peleo's death-dealing fnmues 'were niot without il patch at least of silver liniing for in tilme to come. the inhabitants of Martinique, will data fr'oa the earthiluake year; ' 1902 the disappelaiico of -the loathsonio for do-lance; the -reptil soeuitge oft tlh' For years this snake has beei the perlpetual terrotr of all tlhe inhabi tants:. It has ibeent a constait lmen ace to .life ,in every section of the, island, save perhaps . 'in the very streets of, the cities. Many _eiforts have beeon made to exterminate, it, or at least to drive it but of certain sections. Considerablel . stins of. money have beeni expended .in the work, ndt ..various .aullils have been inlporl tel: to war; againlst.it but in valll. Int addition to the actual loss of life from the ravages of the fer-dc-lance there has beenl consider able inconvenience in working tile fields infeseed by it. The natives have over and over ugain flatly re fused to expose thet...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHANGING HIS TUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

CHANGING HIS TUNE., The other day the proprietor of a largo hotel advertised for at cellar man. The next day an Irishmen ap plied for the vacancy. As it happened the landlord knew hill to lie it man from the town, and better still knew hin to bhe the big gest drinker in the place. Ueing pressed for a nllln owing to the busy time, the landlord engaged him on the condition that Pat was to keep whistling whenu working in the collar. T'he next day Pat sLtrted on his now Job, and he hadn't been in the collar ilure than flive minutes when he stopped whistling. The landlord, suspecting that thu man was-ldrink ing, 'shouted out to hWill fiom thu bar : ' Pat, what are you (oingl now 7" The reply came hack at the toll of 'at's voice ; " Chanlging ly.tune, sor,"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COAL WON BY ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

COAL WON BY ICE. ,:, ' . ----+.--- To 6'freeze the way down to fuel which is to banish cold sounds ab surd, but ,it is at least a " slim " way of circumnventing the enemy:. but it has long been used on the Continent;: and has just been, intro ducedi;,into ; England ,at a Northl country colliery.. ,. .Thosewho ar6iinot experts ] iilii b disposed -to :.tlliik i.thiattiith -,worst strata ý to- plirce, it;-? tllhe sinking of shafts 1for i' inilmnigi purposes would. be ha'rd rock- But thlis.s a ic saIcel1y so, for,;:nowadays:i mchaniical drills and higho'exposiveis' ndet:i it u comipana tively .easy: to '::get ýthrough, :ild, when that isiolico.yacconipllsiedi tih 'shafts:; thus 'colistructcid :Will : last priactically : o roieve It:: is therefore ssoft. iiiaterai l which: coii titutes tihe chief dllilciilty:i in such . opijrations, and thel softer it is the jibjore troublie it gives, ,ihre ar'e now in Eng!ind ::andu i;Scotland numeirous shafts, exi va: c ted until, they have reached bed...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. TUESDAY, 11TH NOV., 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 14 November 1902

WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY ,MbEiTIG. Ti ESDAY,; 1Ti' N'uV.?-1902' The monthly nmeting.of this Council was iold at the Council-clhaibor, Yan Yean Hotel,. a; Tt??slay. Ja, therL' being presenl :-The Presiddnt (COr Drapor) ld' O0rs Bassett, 'Corhfoot, Morris, Mlurphy, Nicholson, Reid, Thnoms, Willis, Secretary Ryan, Sur veyor Lockwood and Treasnurr'Gillinn, The niinutcs of the previus. neeting were read and confirmed and outward carrespondenco approved of. CORRESPONDENCE. From iunicipal Asociatiozi, suo gosting that action be'tiiken re reduc tion of iido*rmunt diad indemlity hlill. Tim' President said'that thd?Shire of WlhittlensHB was in the wrongcltns,'i'nd the auihoritios had ,cknowled'ed thii.: The greater part of the Shire should :i) in the fiifl class: The matter should he' looked into, with the oliject of -re classificacino ; it was' unfair for' them to hb in thw' 2iid class, 'a they. had lobt. ofiilfo'rior lerritbfry " . .; Cr Thomas ithiugiht there Wva no chance of ri-c...

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