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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 10. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XIII Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
S (All Itights ltesrved.) Bonnie - IBarbara. PAIT 10. A FASCIHIATINOr LOVE STORY. By Effie Adelaide Rowlands;, Alitihor of " Priceless "Violet," " A Child of Charity," "A Kiligand a Cowa:id," &c.` . CIIAL'TEIIt XIII Continued Suddienly before his eyes.a iision St Ihe plst rose like a it llkr.'. lie s i liiiself 'its hlie had leeni four ye'lls ago, at this wonian's fCurt. lie sawl all the yearning, all the loryal ty, the leep Iliinded love o a i .oung heart oopened out upon .tho altar of devottioli, land he.recalled the indif :- feresnco with, which. it had. bien, re ceiied.. Ie .roeitelii-eel ,'tho, parting -s'?hl;i ii lhad gone to sCelk ils fortiliio She 11 had called hint " fr'iend " coldly and signlifiantly, silencing the words tlt.h had .tremblied on his lips, checking the love that overflowed his heart; and after lie had gone she lad never .broken that silence. She hal never sent hint word or sign that she trouibled about hlis existenice Sir Charles sighed. A. fetwe min...
TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 29TH JUNE, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
TEMPLESTOWE COUNCIL. MoNDAY, 29TH JUNE, 1903. Present: Cr Speers (President), and Ors Lang, Stiggants, -lodgeon, Hunter and Andrew. RATH COLLECTOR. It was reported that Mr John R. Hunter had been appointed rate collector at a committee m.eeting of the council held on 3rd iust., vice Mr J. J. Kent (deceased). CORREEPONDENCE. From Mr Robert Harper, M.H.R., stating that he had forwarded the council's request for telephonic com munication to the Postal department with a memo, asking that the matter be looked into without delay.-Received. From E. Smith stating that she had written two monthe ago drawing attention to the milt pit at the ind of her paddock. It had been overflowing, the drain was ehoked, and debris was being cast into the paddock.-Cr Speare said the drain was tilled up to the level.-Mr O'Brien stated thuat it had been cleaned out a month ago, but the recent heavy rains had again filled it.-Or Speers said the water con*e down the Blackbournu road.-Or Hun ter moved that the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
THE Y-OUNG MAN THE YOUNG WOMAN .Loves thg Youne W'oman I Loves the Young Man I TIIAT'S HIS BUSINESS. TIIAT'S lHEn BUSINESS. Shortly They will Require Household Requisites and an Outfit each That's Our Business, And we do the Business Well, You'll all need to Fortify Yourselves for Night and Day against Cold Winds. Rain, Hall, Sleet, Froet. lie, and likely Snow, for WINTER BElGAN on 21st Juno. BROWN AND 8GOTT'S ... SALE .. . Begins to-morrow (Saturday, 4th July), and you'll do well to Visit it, and Save Money in Drapery, Clothinglu, &c. Free Gifts to Customers! When your Receipted Cash Dlls total 55s or any amount up to £25, present them to us and claim the privilege of selecting a Present, the value of. which is regulated by the amount of your purchases. Kangaroo Ground Hotel, KANGAROO GROUND. WM. PARKER, Licensee. TN intimating to the generls public that he has taken the abhoe old..tbhll;hed and well.known hotel, Mr. l'arkerdesires to say that by keeping liquors of the bht ...
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
GENERAL INFORMATION, --c-*+- Glass bathtubs are it use in Ger Parisians kill 3,000,000 rats a year. Wooden sleepris on railroads lnst about flfteen years. --I*-- During the lifo of an average as-" trich the yield of feathers L1n1ountsf to about £300. 'Tlhere is oleu remarkabll peculiarity - about cal els. 'T'hey atre` the only animals thatl canllot swiml. -!*~- A newly-bolrn giraffe staulds high Inimvliately after birth. 11e thtir measurles Oft. from0 his hoof to the top of his hea]d. --+ A minxture of the white of all gg, cheese, and (luicCklite,. will m1Lke a, coltellt which, whellnl thoroughly dry, will resist both fire and water. -+ 'hce women of Ainu, North Japan, adllniro bearded faces, and they latoe their own faces to make them souln sprouting with whiskers. ---+- It is said that the use of hair-dye shortens human life. For this ren son some of" tho.life assuranco com panies of France refuse to insure people who use it. -·-+ The aschipperko is one of the very few tailless do...
Between Two Loves. CHAPTER XXVIII. HOW HE LOVED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
Between ' Two Loves CHAPTER XXVIII. HOW. HE LOVE!D HER. When the door of Cliffe House closed behind him, and he was alone, Sir Clillnton Adair dislsise?d the ceih. lie wnas slffocated; he could not breathe; the smnlill.vehicle seemed to him like sa lofurlnce; lih longed to be where the free, fresh air colld circle round himl itnd cool the fever of his heart and brain, "I. ought to have told her the first - moment," he said to himself; "the in stant she entered the room I ought to have told her I was malrried. "It will be a thouslid times more ditllellt now." SHe wilked quickly lhroiugh the de sorted squaresl , where the sumnmer wind gently stirred the sleepy trees. He could not collect his thoughts; he could not realize what had passed. Lndy .May, his proud, fair yotlng love, had been with him-Lady May, whom he had worshipped is men of old wo- shlllPel the sun anid the stars-Lady Many, who would never relax her d!g ilty, who vwould never lay islide her iride, wha had been so coy, so...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 6TH JULY, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
EiLTHAM S HIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. IMONDAY, GTI JuLYi;1903. The ordinary monthly meeting of this Council was held at the Counoil. Ohalmher, Kangaroo Ground Hotel, on Monday last. Present :-The President (Cr. John Lawrey) and Ore. Bell, Bath, Moitis, Scott, Smedley, and Taylor. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. oORRESPONDENOa. From George Ness and Henry Vogt, of Queenstown, applying for permission to mine on road at Arthur's Creek. Both applicants were present, and Mr. Vogt explained that the spot was on the road by Christian's property, where permission to mine had previ ously been given to Mr. 0. M'Leod. Cr. Taylor moved that peraission be granted on same conditions as imposed on Mr. MI' Iod. Secoded by Cr., Bath. Agreedto. -. . * From -Chief .Secretary'es Oice,, 'in forming that James Ely.. Panton Hill, had been appointed electoral registrar for the Queenstown division of the Electoral District of Evelyn, vies Gao. Davies, deceased.--R'cei...
Sounding THE Aerial Ocean. A NOVEL WAY OF STUDYING THE UNPENETRATED ATMOSPHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903
Sourndirng -THE- ?erial Oeean. SA NOVEL WAY OF STUDY INC THE UNPENETRATED ATMOSPHERE: Tihe United States Weather Ilurieitu, wihich Is a GClovernuient dCepart!ent, is :adopting a novel method of'sttidy-' ing thu vastn, iiilieinwti'&1 regieog of the uppe antmosphere Of course heights fat exceeding even the altitudeo attained by~liDr., -lerson (80,000 feet,). have been. reached: by free balloons carrying autoallnttic-lli struients. One of thlse, the Aero phile, was sent uljint Fraince soveral: years ago, and, with" a ba:bileter 'in its basket, "got up "as lii&gi Itasten miles above the surface ofe the earth. OfIcoursO it had. no htunlan freight. .A rsimilar 'balloon, the Cirrus; 'was liberated. at. Berlin and attained',n 'elevatil ,of 11i miles,, the thorllio mnetel. rliileed registering. 75deg. e"e With the object of testing the at nsphere.o above its own continent the United States Government is go ilug 'to 'send Lit a nuI ber of rubber balloons carrying self-recordin...
THE COLOUR OF WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
THE COLOUR OF WARSHIPS. -*~1-- The B3ritish Admiralty has defini tely decided to adopt the French grey. colour as the ollicial war paint for all the vessels in the navy. This decision has been arrived at after prolonged experiments with variaus tints, but French grey is the colour which renders a vessel the least conspicuonus and r'cders it a dillicult target to hit. Hitherto the vessels have all Leen painted in three or four colours black for the hull. white upper works abo\e the deck level, yellow funnels, and often a red bndand along the water line, corresponding with the Pliunoll mnark upon vessels of thq mercantile marine. - The new colour is mixed with black and white paints in the tproportion of 11 ounces of the furmtr to 6 pounlds of thu latter. Tho vessels of the Channel squadron are belng transformed, and the ?oJeltoerratean and other fleets will be similarly treated as soon as possible. The pillting of each ship costs £1,000.
HOW TO KILL SPIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
HOW TO KILL:SPIDERS, ? -+- "No money in spider-killing ? " said the shabby man. "Isn't there though ? You don't know what a really spider-infested -house is. IIn the' country you've probably noticed that tile walls allt ceiling corners of houses, are much more cobwebby? then in cities;. It's almiost impossi ble for a housekceper to keep them down ; they must be exterminated. Well, it has to be done scientifically. "I always carry tell to, twelve poullds of sulphur and at very strong smelling- vegetable substance called asafoetida with nme. My usual fee for thoroughly clearing the spiders out of a house is 5s., and cheap at that. "I close the windows of the rooms and all the v'entiators. Then I put a tray of powered sulphur, geuerIlly abollut half It pound, ill one corllner of the room, and it small quantity of nsafootida ill the otler. I set light to both, and close the door tigilt, putting Ia wet cloth iunder the 10oor nalt to keep all tile air ill. "1 then' proceed to another rl'0...
INSTINCT OF BIRDS. INGENIOUS METHODS ADOPTED BY THE FEATHERED TRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
INSTINCT OF BIRD . INCENIOUS. METHODS ADOPTED 1Y T'HlE FEATHEREI' TRIIUE. 'lio brilliantlyplumedibnirds; of the troplitl: forests' are oxposed to inuny dliigers; a·inid il thiey were, notgifted w;i thl.iquceer0 yet -,iseti insuti cts 'thiey ' ouild-' fitl reid?victliuti?s to?their coneiles.: Cliattelring mionkej?s n"dll big? sii"kis steall?il od eattheiri :begg while tlieir flcdglingasare preyed upoinl by foes oiin oeveiy side. int it tiakes;a?.ly: monlkey '0. iiakei to get alihead of the nmother? tailor bird. "Sho.llhides: hei estso" skit fully that .heri enemiesri ciannoti in'i no imatter howv:hil d thy trly.' Thlis shie does by ulsig her loig'- sleildei bill as a needle. With the tough lilhru of 6il parasito llulit abluldalit. in the tripies, shel sews it dead -leoaf-taken fronli' the groundl to a -living one near theo end of ia :slender.' aild :hangig branch, and between thesed leaves she blibllds her neast, where neith?er uiionkey, nor" saka,' cai ,nlpp:riclh: becallieo the bra...
A WOMAN CRAVEDICGER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
A WOMAN CRAVEOICCEN. The quaint old town of Lewis, SNs?ex, oainiis the unique distinction of po psaaes lug it female sextoll, who Ila?s ofllatlated at the burials of maniy residents of the o'nlly5 towni. Mrs. . Shtere, lth per 1n)1 illn qull't ion, war h|)trn ll the pa)lrish 1(f All Saiis', Lewes, mid Iuar boin eon nocted with the principal eiiuitery of i Ihe tiow for l.the post It wenltythreel' ytors. I er husband tio k the iallie twenty-threo yeas ller muileir ii newhatii tragie lir ' i at ln es, tihappo tnl*ll umll wai r Iired Sfar' I, 'ot tll it' Id l' 14Oltlp 'hlll tt lltln e (fa 1)1 ti. r,ll whio h she l h I? nti nne ll to 141 Il with itvetry Itiatifll liH f to the ard flior nil n et. u ln yearn. I'h ,l hily stu bsists entirely a o whatil .11,e ukes on' thll a |hof 11'hwre6 and thei I|i'lhlg of g1(KraveM, LH owif, to the rirdu. tills work eninihlll "I1h, is now nearly ,uhlhh, flo l rhelllnatimn. 1't11f reri flly she usel d to dig the r tsv ,es Ihet ell, but ltmf, Ithru h falli...
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
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THE WAYS OF GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
THE WAYS OF CENIUS. " The vagaries of authors are as many as the whims of women," says an un. gallant writer; and the rudeness of the verdict may perhaps be pardoned for the sake of its accuracy. Probably no two writers of to-day work under similar conditions; and oondl. tions which would inspire one man would clog the pen of another. Nlany authors can neither think nor write unless they are physically comfort able, if not luxurious. One well-known writer finds his happiest inspirations while smoking a cigar in a hot bath ; and at least one of our leading novelists does his best work before he leaves his bed in the morning, or rather at any time between noon and the early hours of the afternoon. George Eliot did most of her writing while sitting tailor fashion on a sofa with a writing pad on her knees, or crouching comfortably on the hearth. rug before the fire in the winter time. It was illness, however, and not a love of physical comfort which cimused Mrs. Browning to write her ex...
A RING OF DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
A RING OF DIAMOND, A ring exhibited at the Antwerp lxahibillna was the admiratlon of diamond elltterls trl nice. clatsl, b cause it wea the lrat ,ucenaful at. temnlt to cut a rig out ol a iglle IloIne. l'lhere are a grea t many dliflicultlee in thi melthod of eutll'l dilmOllld, a Ilblo ton? hali. certain cleavage mid lpartcIlar erius, all ot .hicu haren to be oelrfully etullnd i lorder ,to prvent I splittiillng just ll ucee eenamre withli reab. After seavtal r nltsraslnl atltemrn and tthree year'i la?tour, the feat ham been ar?coloplitedl by the patiene slid skill of iL. AIloisl, onel I) the teLkllolIwn lapIlilirl of Antwerll. 'Itll lieg lis ahu t l .ibrfIht.e nl a ur l it l iai llletr. Il the MrlburLeuii h slhit I.ere Is a rilIg 'l out etf sie ?ntiler Al ac 'le?t ellire,. ('uttali May I lodnea I You hiave lt oilfl Solfe of your urle I What will laina ai y P Freddy f I doe't houw whbt she'll ai), Lut bsh'll have kt glt the rett of thew out uo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
Medical Notice. DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.O.P., TLnd., M.UI.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of BurgundyLSt., Heidelberg lMay be Cousulted . Every Wednesday, AT Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Ground (If instruoted at Nel. delborg before II a.m.) Every Friday Sreensborough,.1.30 to 2 p.m. Diamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. OR. JI T, CHAPMAN OF YARRA GLEN V'""ISITS KANOAROO GROUND Every Tuesday, 1 to ap.m. QUEKNSTOWN * Alternate Tharadays. to a p,m. MRS. CAMPBELL, TRAINED NURSE & MIDWIFE. Outdoor patients attended. Terms moderate Tanck's Corner, Doreen. Fruit Trees FOR SALE. " ' W. NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's, I'. Qucenstowno has the following fruit trees and plants fur sale at reasonable prices; New Peaoh Princesa May, ?Apples Pears - Almonds Apricots Peaches Plums Cherries Japanese Plums Quinces Figs Oranges Lemons L Mulberries Gooseberries Raspberries Red Currants Filbert Nuts Cheatn?ts Black Currants Walnuts 1ectarines White Currants Vines Palms Passion Fruit )ate Palms Loquate Pines...
A QUAINT OLD OXFORD CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
A QUAINT OUL OXFORD CUSTOM. One of the oldest ut O)xfrd c?ltomls was c.lebrated on the first elght eI the New Year at Queen's College. Au annoul dinner It given ill the ball, at which the Burear presents n aneele and thread to each uo the goulls, with the ad. ionilion : " lTake this, and be thlilty. lThe eurioul cusoln ot poitaettega eedle anc d thread is a pleus memorial of the louuder, Ilobelt Eagletfleld. The stery leen that Henry the IV. (whose sont, alterwards lHety the V., was Ia ombewhat tietous member eof the instiluti.n), oempleinedte the suthburlties of the expense and weateltilnne of the college, wherene the youth.I ful prince made his iaet appearsuco before hi. royal father with needles haoging from the SelOet.holemof hli doublet, in order to bear teeti. meey to his newly.resolved thrift.
KANGAROO GROUND V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
KANGAROO GROUND V. YARIRAGLEN. A mateli between the, above clubs will he played at Yarra Glen to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon. For Chrolic Chest Complaint; Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd. £246 1se lid was the credit balance (at the hank) of the .Heleaville Shire Ouncil, ase reported, ,o the council .nuoting on Moniday (says' the lealess.. rille Guttardisan of thb 4th inst.) by the Treasurer;'Mr H,- R: Thomas. Rate payers and councillors have every reason to be thankful for this state of affairs, qnd.can look forward with a degree of certainty toa redaction of the 2s rate when the time for striking the new one comes round, provided, of course, that the council exercise strict supervision over the funds, and allow no wasteful extravagance to take place. We are informed that this is the first tima'in the history of the Bealeaville Shire Council that a credit balance has existed, and we express the hope that at the end of the financial year tb?.same. satisfactory state of things may...