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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

MINING NEWS. -0-- From' a crushing of 9 tons of stone taken from their " lystery" claim, One Tree Hill, lessrs. Hartlve oh. tained thle etisfactory yield of 8 oiz. 8 dwts, of gold.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rheumatism. IT'S CAUSE AND CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

Rheumatism. ITS CAUSE AND CURE, IIIS a Ione of.tlie autisnoiOOt il* wIrnts which emiot hundreds of. non and wontpnin Aus ralasia. It is most trequently caused. by exlmaure to cold and damp, but a disasfed condition of Ihe liver aud di gshtive orgons pre diaposestoit. Now, Bile Beans for Iiliounonse act dir. ectly on the liver and digestivo. or gans, which in turn purify the blood, If Seonurso of Beans is tstKen when firt the symptoms of rheumatiasm appear, and ordionry precsutions such os wear ing garmoents and avoiding lil colds and chills be taken, thisapaittful diaeous, will toh speedily removed from the system, ms witnees the following cae :--"Ibout three months ago I was laid up with a severe attack of rheumatism, which confined mea to the Ihouse for twelve woeeks and kept ell fromt busineas," Rays Mr J. L. Willnims, a promninent fot. huller situ athlete, of Norwnod, Adte. laide, S.A. " 1 could not wulk abont th.t houen without ullpportin myself by the walls and furniture. The ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

TO THE EDITOR Of TI?rHV?LT. O9ERVER? : Dear Sir,--For downright cheek comineild ?eo to your correspoldent, " Disgusted," nod he shows his cheek by pokjngr his !nose into other people's business. and in doing' so' wishes to pose as being smart. To ease his minad I can ltform him that:in this matter I have no better hnlf, I only bl.hp?? tie hs oine is ato tbalance his erratic fancies, amud I'will give :himlhis AFB 0 to put himn right, ind that is: (s )tBtfure you interfere in what does not. concern you, become s reit. dent of enrshitre ;or (b) acquire a pecuniary interest therein (c) ond.ticn he may have a chance to get the £1000.for minlitig his own blsiness that we have so often hiard of in our youthlful days. Wiii ,Ratepayer"' kindly read the above and see thathis frie:nd '" Disgusted" is not alone with limself nan egotist, but guilty of gross prerumption in interfering with what does not concern him. As for "Another- Ratepayer" getting Cr. Thomas out of a dilemma, seeing that Cr. ...

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WARRANDYTE MAILS AND TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

WARwAN sDYTE. MAILS AND 'rLIPLE. * TOW9 SHIttl COUNUIL. :.0 rTIu!5ntotT OP I 5 TIO? ?l 1( OBaER VItB . Sir,-lIn reply. to Cr, Andrtw's letter I " would like. to explain. thnlgs. a little more c;learly tsohat the ratepayers of Warran dytc can judge for themselves whert"'the o mis-statedlents. are to be found, in his letter or mine...To begin with, he refers the rate. payels to report of -Council meeting held on the 4th tay. IReport enclosed - S Frumt August Wilson, coach proprietor, asking the 'council to agree to an alteratlou of the Warrandyte mall. time-table, viz., malls to.leave Warrandyte at 7.30 a.m. and return from Hledelberg at 5.30 p.m.-- r. Stpeers said if they kept eo "miedhlltug in this pliatter tihey would ultimately be cut off w rith a limited service of three mails a week to Warrandyte.--Cr. . Hunter nsaid the presenut service suited Templestowu admir ably. Ito underntood they were to have an alrangemnent whereby they would lose the mnoruiug mail.. Fancy getting their...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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AN AWKWARD MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

AN AWKWARD MOMENT. When Lord 1ecauchanip?p ws ap pointed Governor of New Soulth Wales ho met with tho follow ing a musing oxperienco. At his. firstt dinner-party, having takeni down to dinner .the wife of a great local bigwig, "he was pleased to discover that the lady had, ait some time of her life apparently, known intimately, his excellent' aid distinguished father. On being asked by her young host when and where' the late Lu)ed iBeau chamulp anrd she ilhad lmet, tie lady re plied, eagerly. "1 never actually saw his lormd shlip, but I havt'e taken hisi famouiOLs piills regularly for years I "

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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EGYPT AND THE NILE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

EGYPT tAND' 'THE .NILE WiLthout the Nile Egypt 'iwouldlbo as batien as tlhe (Hroiit. Desert.. qIlthl the great rivc' fertile? Egypt' is ?tit an elongated oasis a thin gi eon line on' ether side of thle strean ifrotii Alexandria up into. tdh heart :'of Cen tral Africa. d .; T'his thin green line' iii the days of the nicients made dEgylpt the g i?:den' maid granary of the sworld. For tllrt?. centeirles 'meii htlive struggled to wilden, this lineii. ]Bu't' all the .nilghty.. underltakings of tih past-lthe building of ,dykes to bind the floods, the raising of great walls to "hold them back, thoe digging of canals and basins to lead theb ?ater to theo parh"ched ilds- l ?idtv beetr ut pigniy efiorts commmpared to this" hlst work, whichi, at a single stroke, in crcases the national wcalth by £80,000,000.-"Tho Idler;"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A LOOPING THE LOOP RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

A LOOPING THE LOOP RAILWAY. In India there are many miles of mountain railways which closely re semblo the " shoot the chutes " or ven ilthe " loop the loops " of our own holiday resorts. The distance ,by rail from one station to another is frequently as much is time or four,ttimies the actual distanlce meIa sured? along a straight line. the uilifferenice is takel tup in Intrl icatto: horseshoc curves, single anul douple loops, andtl .simila rilway, fri?olities. Th mIost, wonderful of theosucuriositlsd Is .to be follund oiin thile 'trjeeling ,linialay aiin rail wity. T'ho triicktks' -of tll?s lineo W;' lii ah' re iiarrow gaugo'aiitd si~niigl'lliiitb tlih jtluii fotshloi"i Ilynmsti_ iicds thlo grades: atoe far , ste l1ur thanisythinig, ti ase61ers li'i oter ? p?iats., of the (oiold are accustointed to; but, the trohlis aro so light, tiiil the ruinlning schedule so deliberate that there are few accidents. In nOlio lil ?o?; kneolii as the double loop, ?the railway ,. actually turns tis...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing on topics of , public interest, which mr, be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorling the opilions of our eorresponidents, we shall be glad to inster .colmunications heariilg ' on topics of , public interest, which m .rr. te intelligenltly expressed tand free from personalltlis, on iconditioll of receiving the writer'f rent name, not necessarily for publication, but S-a a guarantee of gaol faith. TO TIE EDITOR OF TIII REVLTIY OBSEIRVER. Sir,--Te methods of police procedure and the discharge of judicial functions by honorary justiccs, being matters of very vital concern to the whole community, anad as the obtuinment of any needed improve ments of faulty metlods are pIroverbially ditllcult, I therefore ask the publicity of your columns in ansistance. Through the misdirection of the police at Clifton Hill police station concerned in the recent arrest and formal remand of William Connor to appear at Warburton to answer to an in. formation laid for n' aggravated assault committed on the person of his wife, my daughter, a miscarriage of ju...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

j GENERAL INFORMATION. T'hn French Government has 20 tob. cco factories, of which three are in Paris. -l-e It rosts Paris £2,700 a year for police protection, for the President of France. -+ Out of every 1,000,000 Britishers, 7,000 have incomes of over £200 a year. A candle once extinguished may ne'er lie relighted in an Austrian ](oyal 'Palice. :Clihe ' te to-day 756,557 farm il:othplers in the United Kingdom, agalnst 830,.452 ten years ago. 'The largest insect known is the in sect beetle of Venerzula. One has been folind that. weighed Toz. 7*-.- Out of 1,000 (German men 41.3 live to be 50 years old. Out of 1,000 women 520 reach the same ageo. English Sovereigns since the Con quest hitve lived on an atverage 50 years, and reigned about 23 years. If 't cyclist were to ride round tho coast of England and Wales he would cover a distance of very nearly 2,500 miles. -+-e The steel. output of the world would : ni.keo a colunn 1,000Lt. through' and a mile and a third high. ' Hunildreds o ...

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IN A RAILWAY SIGNAL BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

IN A RAILWAY SIGNAL BOX:: ~---+-- One of the saddest stories in ill rai.lway history is that of the ''lhirsk disaster of November 2, 18112 whlen, through tile mistake of a sig nalnan, the llying Ilntchnlaul dashed into it good's train between Otter lnghail tind Thirsk, 11 pIassengers blxIing killed, tand ill seriously inJlar ed. Vet wheln .,Iles ' lolnies,? the erring signalmlnlL, was tried for lUan-slaughter at the York. Assies, and foilndi guilty, the Court rang with cheers as the ,Judge dismissed the broken-down, weeping man with out punishlmnllt. In truth, poor fellow, he had mluch to urge in extenuation of his fault. T'Ilat day his child, had died, and unnlerlved at his loss, in deep dis tress over his wife's loss as well as over his own, and utterly worn out after so many hotius' we'ary vigil he felt himself iniequal to his work anid asked to be relieved froni duty that night. " Can you send relief to Manor ]-louse Cabin to-night ? Holines's child is dead," was the telegrnln s...

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AN ACTOR'S PRACTICAL JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

AN ACTOR'S PRACTICAL JOKE. ---- Al actor's powers of disguise and Ilillicry are admirably aldapted to .n'eacttica Jokes. A well-known com edian relates the story of how he threw his newly-engaged housemalid into i a sate of counternation by the following prank : )ltsgilsed its an old gentleman he knocked at' the door of his house, tlid was admlittei hby the servant, who showed hint Into a reception rooin while he went to fetch her iMistresa, In the interval the actor rapidly chtiuged his costume, and darting fronm the house by ttio.bick way ro apptlatd. t the- trontt. dpor',. this jt4iu'?t-.,thue Cihtractlo';?f a seedy man Vnllo- itshed to n tio " onissus " on impiortant bushltess, hild was bidden to wait. Allothir ralpid chinanga in the nb enlce of the xrvN('t' , anuit this thlo thlu niitiiII1g of the iitreet.L dool, I1 respfinuu to vrigoroius knocking lU ?alteltd ita ea-t'IIplahl, who also wish id to sco the lady f t the houso. 'then in II;tik sHIICesi?OI Cale a le gall gollntltln...

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LARGEST GUN IN THE WORLD TESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

LARGEST CUN IN THE WORLD TESTED. ' The n;1 powerful gull over builtt in America, a hugo 1111i. coatl, d6 fence rifle, was successfully tested at, the goverlllent proving grollund, Sandy Hookilately. The gun was fired throee tllees, Th' tests were Iillrked by the wonderful necuracy by which they Justified the inlthe IlitilClt crlli cllations lof the armly eX pelrtl?, who had had chargo of their consltrlltionll, ?Thu charge of the Illnt shot wal 550 .Iounds or NInlllOkUIeo Ilnwdor, anrld the velocity of the t2,lO0-lpound projectile whien It l ft the miuzzile was 2.,()II fLt. It t'conlld. T'he II('H Iure of the grelat hrhll' of Pllowder iIlt explodlIg wias 5,011 poillnlls to lthe alilotre l nct'h. lFor the tw'oalll hut t11, lih full chall'' of ll' Po)nds of p'wdh1r w tI illed m ld tih vwe i.lt,\ was ( 2,3 (II, or Oft. Imoro tlln cnl l ,ilat', Thll lrh lsure was tlH,nIun poml ds tit thl tlllt't Inrh, The cl. 1nta ihn of, fhle {f l'iii lllil le fll - i 111'h fIhrst and I N n'lllll Nh1 1 ...

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A CAT HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

A CAT HOAX. When the news of the victory of Waterloo reached England, there was great rejoicing While theexcrtement was at its height, we tesd in " l:ight and Lore." a reprctably.dresced man appeared in the ateats of the quiet old town of Cheet.r. He came so se knew whither, aend quietly went about his business, which was to distribute a number of Laedlljll through the city. Wt'he tha inbabitanto read tLem they saw something like this : " This is to inform the citizens of Chester that a large number of Genutel Families have emharked at P'lymouth, and are shout to pro reed with the Regiment appuinted to accom pauy the E-lEmnperor Napoleon to the Island of St. Helena. That lalod is now dreadfully in feated with KatU, and His Mtjestt's Mioiatera have da termined that it be forthwith effectually cleared of those oeboxious Animals "To faciliale this Importuat Purpose sn Agaet has bees deputed to purchase as many Cate and thriving Kittens as can possibly be secured for money in a Short Sp...

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SALT BY THE SQUARE MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

SALT BY THE SQUARE-MILE, Although we mLeed not l.te I'ngland for Ihe alllg t u beautliful w"""I', It Ia I1ll*s er c~urt* tries th(at niitlr u rI lioli tir see toie fInlll, l i hi thL recIlI t riphli iriathii I i t'aCl tetal l A?i t. ltralil. elitii liIc si tiihly i im.I ehi lake iive/ leia brYi i ightIII hliiih ie'lii.lrl. Iike ,rlal , e ltll Ji, Iiiiiai ll 11th l aIi . IIle pI. I' ll, aIter l ,a g ai ii ' i tai lt itiiii llts v Ie a wei 1t s iiiw thr 14 I ¥ll s I tsll ll ts*, n th l i ea I n iliacipi 'lll . i Ig IIg l It h h h l ill III. II ItI Itin , the i y y iau little 'relity was hla0 ian io htu I ii to eaiie ? ie Ishia iil thus ilIac, a'J?lit. " Isa|'s as a It 'ala." IIIl I IOhllr l Ir *rjl~l l?| l**m lll~r,,' llr . . II II) iv llolih II~ll Altt IIl.. r I)I('IIII1II(I*' ~lrllip sId 1, '* ).1,|llf/t (,?lll

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AMONG PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

AMONG PIRATES. I had shipped at l?augoeo on board a steamer bound tor Shanghai. Am opium smuggier I was prepared to fied her, but that her chief buiossas on the watets was piracy of the vilest sort came upon me certainly as a revelation. Handled with marvellhou skillntd ksowledeg of the intricate coast navigation, she moult run in after nightfall among rcks suand banks, while shrieks, flames, the report of firearms sad clash of steal would testify to the descent of my delectable abipmates upou one or another of the numerous liobing villages which fringe the shores of the China seu. After four months' duress I struck a blow for liberty ; my little heard of morphia-jealoully guarded towards this se otutlity-dcrpenoed the oarcotism of the ,Chag, in which the whole clew lay steepad aoler a bhastly debauch, as we rode at sacher : and, forankag all my goods sad chattels, sad seosing iu lieu such moneys as I could find, I dropped intu the dinuy and pulled al, shoeless, battens, asnyed only...

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MINING ON THE RAND. THE MINERAL WEALTH OF SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

MINING ON THE RAND. THE MINERAL WEALTH OF SOUTH AFRICA. The. Industrial Awakening of Souith Art ii Is Ithe title of an art cil o?a~etlilitated'.by. Mr. Novillo ELd= Iatirds ,to!0 ,?ceUrrent. issue, of the W'irrulgor' jlrMgazirn. ' p:eraling"rwi tI th lined dGold iField,0 :lMr Edwards. r ay-?Ihh gold-miningr district of Ieiiiiihan?trhu'i g is in many ways'i ite rits ,stonlshig? ll hut hu place' ihcl:O thodld'ddidiiaio endaemanaotei :No a?- rai r hwliorihas tra?,oledc thi'r o' by that .lolg4 .-tralih journey;- of over, :ax= hiousand ol lrilei foLi ;CapetLown Lhroiglih th desolnte redi Kiaroo and tir.jter , inienahlp prairieo stretches of emipty griiss veldt in te.- Ortigeo Rihein Colony' and the 'rranlnvitil, ian 'everLfogethis first siglit of the greaioit alinF ee. Duiring thie long if leavce" ila irin tiikreni of thae world ial togeilter aird. 'n lchngo made"lto a? ihsoli,'ei-i.t 1eLLlt.' T'iren this scene of alin'ost O p- riraille?ledi hiumtain ati it ybursts ulpo you. a;ri , fnt e...

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LEMON JUICE AS GERM KILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

LEMON JUICE AS GERM KILLER, -·1 An nuthoilty oil I3 ihodil itatoH hailill ot thIN (IhhuliNM hlfl It ver'y In iii o~ti ng ('IhIel . i hI.1' 1 lll lIt ui l fIulohl t1113 itoh Milihil Ill hitiIo y whill 111111 111 I jIM It il huh luit I lit MII lthu r Tr ll. Julie", u1'' ulio , iiplo Julio will gro pe Jul,.1' wore I'' 1 111 bill,1 the mn II lconliluuiII' ro nulhu were (1'111 luloe 1 with the h11( ti1) 111 1 \)1 m' I) ul ofeinaly delr ,Ill theI(II JI((H II1 I rllollly of( rl14l on 1110 1111')11) nothing w \Y H 4 4) )In((. I )IIuIuhl 11 nn if-III lilt i't' MriMlrl. y

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Between Two Loves CHAPTER XVI. "TO WAIT UPON YOU." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

• Between Two Loves CHAP'T'lat XV.I "'riO WAIT ,UON' YOU." They were sitting utider the ipple bleMsoms; the soittlhern wind had stirred theni, and they were falling all araunld; some of them, pink and white lay on Dalay's dress; shle held theml in hlr hand. Sito was looking up with laugh ing eyes into Sir Clinton'u face. "Tell you the history of my life, Mr. Cliftin?" she said. "Why, there is no history in it." "Every one has a story,"- said Sir Clinton. "I have none," replied Daisy; "my biogtraljy could be written in very few words." "Have you ever lived in any other place but this?" he naked. "No; my father was 'head keeper, in the woods here when he married my mother. She lived in the county town close by-Woodburn. He brought her home here, and shle never left the house since." "Then you have not seen much of the world, Daisy?" "No; but I have not misted it-I have been very happy without it." "I have read" of a man withouti a a girl without a story." "I may have a story some'day,...

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THE LILYDALE AND WARBURTON RAILWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

THE LTLYDALE AND WARBUR. TON RAILWAY TRUiS'T Comrmisioner -KXings 'bhviag pro. testetd aRginst the- busilloes elou.ent thre Trust mneeting, at which the rate was struck, or this groards lthat the choiir was not taken until 2 p.m., whilst thei nPeeticnc was sulwnoneld for li a.mi., and sonlaeq.uen ly the whole- proceedings, were therofore illegal, thel matter wn. sallnmitted ito theii rust'a slolicitor,. wl forwardid ihe follwitig r?ply - .., " Liiddale s'it Wiast uitn Railway Cni itrucitin ' Trust.-Re resolutiou rsriking rate, passed s' n 18'h May; 1903 -Accorrlig to the facts as stated to -me herein, the:.-menting *.o strike the rate was called for 11 a.menamli all whi were present then, and; as I assume, also all who arrivedl at thel mioting plces uafer 11 sa.m. reuiained. until 2 p.nr. The chairiman did nant take th- chair tif 2 p.iw., but he did so at that -hour, rand the hutinesal was thein pnocePeder wit c. The cqeiltiion is asked wheth'r, iunl.r ilthe? circumt. stances, tihe ...

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TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. Monday, June 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 June 1903

TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. Monday, June lot. Present-Cr Speers (Prtdaident) and Cra La Ig, hunter, Stiggmints, Hodgson, t ?..p lintl Ahtirewe,... . Mr I. Beale stated that he had puor chased an allotment of two acres from Mlr Ilake, and wished to put a new fence up, hut the furze on the rand wan so thick that he could not do so until it was cleared. He asked that the council clear the soad.-Cr Hunter said the council had done work of this description for other ratepayors. The council had the power to make rate payers clear the roads opposite their propertina, but it would be very hard on Mr Benale to enforce the law, seeing that lie had only just parchased- tite pro. perty.-Or lodgson wasn of opinion the conllcil should do the work.-The President reutarked that there was a lot of clearing to be donet throughonut the shire, and if the council did it: for one tlhey would he expected to do it fur all.-Or-Hodgaot saitd they Ihanl ahelady done it for others. lie moved that tlhe Engineer have t...

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