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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 11. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XV Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
S ,(All lights Ileserved.) Bonnie . t::: Barbara. PART 11. - A FASCINATIN O LOVE STORY. -I-.-***-- By Effie Adelaide Rowlands, Author of :' Priceless Violet," " A Child of Charity,'!" "A King and a Coward.' &c. CHA'PTEIt XV Continued. "-'Try to think that I caro for ylou Sus Inucli as your mother did, Ken," he said. when he * did speak, " and S.help e110 all you can to get well and S sti'bngg agijin. 'lltenicnber always : that yo'ui will 'lhve a' llfe of respon S::?; e iaK othiifiiad :oiicl lshis big eyes the eyes "of aii, invalid. S'.Whliydo you say, that ? ' hie ask ed. I* I1'cannot bdar to hear. you. You klno whllat it signilles, and it 'does not sLee right that you should always be talking of what happens after you are dead." Charles OGrantley paced to and fro when. this speech' was iiade to hii ; then, he paused by Kenneth's couch. andI stood looking down into the boy's rface. ' Suppose' 1 tell yol that I have so:ttn reason for speaking as I do, SKenl ?. he said. " Supp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
ZýMI8BUK A SOOTHING BALM & lMBROCATION. is practically the only ointment in Australasia entlrely free from animal fats and minerals. Zam-Buk Is purely vegetuble and wilt be found a certain cure for Cuts, Gurns. , Boll nruLses. Runuing Sores, Piles, ticzenr , Barcon, Ringworm, PImplo~, Ulnckhesads. Rheumatism, Lumbaho,.Sclatlca, Chupped and Cracked Hands., Chllblahlrs, &c. As an embroaUtion Zm.B-uk Is unequalled. From all medicine vendors, i/6 per Pot, or direct from the Zam-Uuk Manufacturine Compaony, 39 Pitt Strcot, Sydney, •A Free Sample will be sent you on rceipt od a penny stamp for return posta?e. ca -13 M/C THE YOUNG MAN THE .YOUNG WOMAN Loves.the Young Woman I. Loves the Young Man I THAT'S HIS BUSINESS. THAT'S HERl BUSINESS. Shortly They will Require Household Requisites and an Outfit each That's Our Business, Arit? we do the Business Well. Yo6'lliall need ito nrt '( f snelves for Night and Day against Cold Winds. lintia, lail, Sleet, Frost, Iee, and'likoly 9n...
HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
HEIDELBERG COUNOIL. WaDNI: sDAY, JULY 8Tn. Present-Or Brewer (President), and Crs Lugton, Waddell, Latham, Ford, Rocke, Davey, Kuapman, 1Ryan, and Starling. CORRESPONDENCE. From Wii. FHollanl; asking permis sion to'take filling from the footpath on the lower road, Heidelberg, in order to bring his land at the corner of Buckland and Banksia street up to the level of the culvert across the road. Requaeit granted. From, Chas., Begg, Rushall-street, Alph'ington, stating that he is occesion ally "surroundted by water," and ask. ing the council to endeavor to get the Northcote 'Councsil to divert flood waters into the creek without delay. A reply to be sent that the Northcote Council has agreed to construct a drain which will considerably relieve the Fairfield riding of flood waters, and they have promised to use all expedition in carrying out the work. From Patriek Finn, Groenaborough, aaking the council to contiune the channelling ot' the south side of Yarrn street, Hejdelberg,.opposite...
OUR SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
OUR SPORTS. The Dickson's Creek sports came off on Friday, 10th inst., when the weather was everything that could be desired, although the ground was very damp from recent rains. There were about &nbsp; 200 people present during the afternoon. I noticed our old friend C. Banks, the popular bookmaker, there, but I think his business was slack. The committee thoughtfully provided a large log fire near for the ladies and children. The chopping was good, as also was the foot-racing. Mr. Nink, nurseryman, of Queenstown, was on the ground, and in his usual liberal spirit gave 25 chloice fruit trees as a prize for the old buffers race. The committee provided a large tent as the ground for the &nbsp; performers to change in. At the conclusion of the sports, Mr. J. Irvine &nbsp; proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Nat. Ellis for the use of his paddock and other kindnesses, and three hearty cheers were given Mr. N. Ellis, in reply, said he thanked them for the hear...
A STRANGE STORY OF A TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
A STRANCE STORY OF A TREASURE. I was only threr-?udltweltly when I ccert?d a very tomptlug offer of lucrative empluym.no with a Erm of Ligh steadiong at aatrerey. I found, upon arriving at my leratinatiun, that the town was as a;Lllald and dirty as towns in New psain are rap to bel, and the province, as customary itt a distuberd condition. But steries of Mexicaln auuul.y and tleaico. banditti were suaficiently familiar to my ears. I bhad outgrown the fear of yellow leoer, sod was fully disposed to he pleased with my new sbode and employment. It was early morning when I first entered the town, and tLe scree to mo was a new end novel one. Travelina through the Plaza, I found it en cumbered ith stanlls and lull of market people. Here I ehold otd opper-olinoed Indian womn,. 'no ohecked cottoll, frying frijulas or slicing ,monstrous watrer melons to attract the costom 'f a swarm of ragged children and unwashed oleperea. Grinning negresses, with orange kerchiefs rolled jauntily about thei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
J.T, MACKEY, JUI, ., Cordial and Bitter' Manufacturer, .Royal Place,(oft Swan-street), RICHMOND ,18 years ma, nfaciuring' for oile and'M Mackey. Iilydale Cash Produce Store. S. I. W, Pither (Late of Me~orrare MIret.s). The only legitimate Produce Merchants in the Dlitrict. LTARGE supplies always on hand of the -. following :- , Bone Dust Superphosphate (Cumming, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crashed , Tartarian, Algerlani, Da sula, lStoat Victorian e:. d eYorkshire Hero Peens and Strctt S ...em, 1i than .lelbo rpsis eieie'. Chafft, Hay.Bram, Pollard, Straw Ric - M ? l. Ryeo, Tares, Reck Salrt' Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. Everything in the LINE ONLY kept to stock. AGENT for he celebrated Salvitio. Soeil will eseinse everybody. S.. H. W. PITHER, . : LIL.YA? LD. .. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Uader Royal Letters Patent) AND ::Tree EXTRACTORS, F-OREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. * . Agricultaral Inmplements, &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
Improved Patent MILK CANS; 1. Kerr's Patent STRAINER AND BUCKET O 'btainable only at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, 247-9 Brunswick-street. F' ITZOY. The improvement on our KANGAROO BRIANI) RAILWAY MILK CAN consists I of an exra-tra-trg Mild Stlel Galvanuled Band, completely encircling the Ca betweenu t the'body and shoulder; it extends four inches up the Body of the Cull, and is then t turned over the edge of the shoulder with a tin steel fing, worked in at the edge which : completely protects the exposed portion of Can between the body and shoulder from being e damaged, we thtreby make what is the weak spot in all other makers' Cans, the strongest t and almost unbreakable part in the Kanugaroo Brand. The NcIk of our Catst is' protected by our Spedial Steel Ring which erqures both strength and a complete circle, thereby doing away with the trouble and waste of leakirg shoulders, and having the advantae adntge of tecoer fitting any Can. O)ur Can are guar. antoed to be made of the best mat...
PAT KNEW ONE BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
PAT KNEW ONE BETTER. 'Theo ingenuity of'I'at- displays inL executing skilful " flank: moverentns" froni the sublime to thoe redicilo+us?r was pllendidly illustrated, by.' a rol- . licking son of Edin, some" time agoi A street prieacheri wac s holdingfortlh td a gaping crowd oni the .terriiiue fate of Lot's wife-how-- that.;-this' woman, the wife of Lot hkul looked around and in at, mo?tenm turned in to ia pillar "of salt.`': Was iLiibt. wonderful.? "~ '.he e"xcla?ined. " Was' it not wonderful ? " " Ach, slhore nid liegorra," cried I'at froni the outskirts of the crowd, "I `knnw a far- more wonderful weo matn than that I ': " Yo0 what-? " exclaimed tiue preacher, aghast. " Why there's Bridget :Malone," P?att rattled on, " sie was` walkin' downa the street t'other day and she looked rolund atn' rould, an' thenc she turned- into at public-house."
Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXXI. A CHANGED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
: Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXXf; A CIIASGED MAN. ?hen Sir Clinton entered Cllffe Hlouse on that morning, he had fully intended that his secret should be told hefore night-he fiid not dremned of keeping it after the day was over. It was one halippy daiy snatched from life long painl, yet it wans not nall happiness; e cry moment he passed frith her add?edt to his palin: every charm of hers-her fair face,' ler grace of Imovemient. her grace of words, i'rtionll nd thollghtis all increased his love for her. tle thought to himself every moment what might have been. what a cruel differ once between what was nmil what Iight have been. lBult for that nind marriage -that foolish, mad marriage of his--he could now be asking Lady May to hasten her wedding-day. Ile pictured to himself the radiant happiness that awould have been his, the life they would have led together, now that I.,tdy May had learned to love hntl no well at last. Now it was all over-this in loved wife of his stood between him...
WRITING AND DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
WRITING AND DOING. -+ A woman there was, and she wrote for the press (As you or I m.ight do). She told how to cuit and lit a dress, And how to stew manly a savoury Imess : liLu sho ,never did it herself, 'I' guess (Which none of her readers knew). Oh the hours w spent, and te flout we spout, Y And the sugat wre wasted like",o sand It the '1hest of a oinail who never hiad cookedl (And aow we-know- tht' sine nevet ,Anddid net nunlerstad, A ' wonlan tlero as iwsand sie: wrote (Asyou y or I might ilo) low out of rba tel to'niake iv chair To bo'covered'with` cliiintz aiid stuf=; fed with haii 'Twoiuld ddodn-iin aiy p loulr andd give (And wo'thought the tale .was triue) Oh, the: days iwe worked aid the ,.ways Iwe worked" To haiinler:and u : sawiindtack,': In ntaking a cha li i" whi.h, io i would 'st A chalr in which no oe oncould sit, Without a crick' Itl his back.'. A w.omnll there was and she had.her (Better than you orlI); She wrote receiptsl and site nover tried one, . , She 'wrote ab...
ELTHAM COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 14TH JULY. (Before Messrs. T. Smallman, P.M., and Wm. Duncan, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
ELTH'I'A COURT' OF PETTY SESSIONS;.. TUEsDAY, 14TH. JULY; (Before. Masers. T. Smallman, P.M., and, Wim.. Duncan,.JP.)s Constabloe Kelleher,, of Qeenstown,. proceeded' against Mary. Rumnblo, a widow. residing at Back Creek, Queeans. town,. on. a charge of having on the 24th day. of J.une les used insulting words near a public. thoroughfare at Qnueantown.i She pleaded. sot guilty.. After hearing. the evidence of, Grace and Edith James and Constable Kel. leher the Bench inflicted a fine of 10e. with 12s coest,.in default .oven, days" inaprisounent. The. accused stated that ehe.had.do money and could. not pay the'flhid and .'would go to geol. She admitted, three prior convictions,. two for drunkenness and. one for having used obscene.language. Constable.' Kelleher v. Frederick. Ernest Miiller, of, Queenstown.-Ne ;glectiag to have his child vaccinated. :Accused pleaded guilty. and was fined '£2:with 8s costs,. in. default distress. The fine and costs were paid,. Constable Boxhall v. Henr...
A WARM SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 July 1903
A WARM SUCGESTION. A ihopkeet'p, III oirder to ittiucL thei t ll iugi inr IIoIIIHI Itiiy, IIiaced a lthllrutou()llt(0' (IUtHItlo film II'L'IIIIIVH nlll'l'uw\ir l ownrc~l, c\·Ilo with ullu i ~iiA wt of a wiii4, tlicft Iosutcd ii tihu filliiong uiitiv:C - 'iThu uutisgiliiid ll Itpl'H1 wito bug rowed Clhu tiicrgioaiteci' frioa uutsiit thit winidow Is itc4iiiigtei 'toLii tutItiI It, It wilt bIu of nIu use to him II 'heI'1u tiu Is going, at ii Oily gitsitt l III lu lI6 degrcus," It theru Ii aiy't au powe In thu world thtt whill mdilio Ittelf felt -ju, chudicttur, 'iuoihub iiity' lit Ilttio cil Luic, tulcitdet ahlllltit, to iu cuicty, ia putuiton Ini "iocityy" yut If thuitu lu At ciiuauctir' ot steuiiing ox cullencC, It aill deiiiad Ilulluitu Ind secure ruttiuuct, --i-, A goodl tuiiiiiicu'lcu IN tiiiiii ti) m oIto tles 'ed111n t1 1 all lho rle\ll ,)I f L ill? KIMii, II ut uuu'ut auo liiti nlout tiN low 10)111 reneo w t llsw alh~\ - lit Mull'y I ,y M utt1IIuIIwo 1 wuu.( 11111, 111111 uulf ...
GOOD FOR A NOVEL. INGENIOUS JEWEL THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
GOOD FOR A NOVEL, ]NGENIOUS JEWEL TIEF. A 'Paris correspondentL' records a remarkable jewel robbery. which' if true, is good enough for the plot of a sensational Ilovel. At Marseilles a few weeks ago an elegantly'-dressed women entered at jeweller's shop, selected £600 worth of precious stones, and asked that ani. assistant might accomlpany her with the Jewels to the house of her husband, who woull pay the bill. The Jeweller agreed. Arrived at the house of a well-known medical specialist, the lady took the jewels froml the assistant, saying she would show them to her htusband. She then walked into the consult ing rooml (the messenger waiting in another room), and told the doctor that she had brought her son to be examined. lie suffered from the de lusion that he was always buying and selling diamonds. Then she o'slip ped quietly out. The scene of mutual amazement and stupefaction .that passed between the doctor and the unfortunate as sistant lmay be ihngined. They soon perceived tha...
A CAUTIOUS TAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
A CAUTIOUS TAILOR. ---+- It is (says " Punch ") told of, a very superlor young man who was aido to' aI former Governor of Vic toria that shortly after his arrival in the coutntry he called upon one of the swellest tailors in Meflbourno and olrdelred a pile oa expensive clothing of on kind anld anothor. " Lord -., you know," ho said: " Lord - of Government Iouse,"i' ''he tailor was a btlL dubious, Tho y'oung naII looked too much like a lord to h roleal, according to the Lrlitunllllll's view, and the trades inl5n's explcrlincu tauught hint thatuL It was islpllstttrs who looked lku aris tlcl'raits, ind nl ioleneli usually? looked like il' iniiary IielnI. 'I'IIhis )0 Ihad aI haw-hlaw e?xLiPsxioin ino I ' .la' tsli, two lIirgej frollt teethl , anil ai ifhitIII. 'rhsl ta lihr sHsupssctId ilis II h_'l , hilt wull. anixliisU list tO li 1e lli bi nitl u a tln t i, he r tesi l v d tII I l? lsi lilt (is verisliliit I ililil lniifiirl s itndilsg Ihe R ainlll o glll . (I tiv rn' llli lt Hlulll s...
HOSPITALITY QUALIFIED. A YORKSHIREMAN'S JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
HOSPITALITY QUALIFIED. A YOI 8IIII113IAN': K JIOI. A weli -knu.t wit 1uw3'uu 'i takiaug "ILtI, r N ItIntI flo t hot I' Il ltttt bo," hl' mild, ",, rhnl It will Ircmll L ll ItI rt ititit I rout tt ultlt hum1 Lt 1 I 1 3,1 1 nultl lit"119 1u wll h IItt I 03 o llttr loou ijaittlls '. I rrclw Ikin' (l a s," rei II wNN mill IIon1 hly, wml I M4 '1'i44, I #l' 11 (11 II 0 111,' 1'3' 11114t Alt-l b lrludd tl'Il" .i you I'll MOOk you that," ~
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
A N.WSPAPR . APP.KAr PO M,J The following won the £200 prize re L?etly offered by a syndleate of Amerrenn editors for the best appel) poemt to news poper suehcribers to pay up their ?irrers., The luuky and talened ollthor is the editor of thLe Rockys Mouoain CIll - Lives of great men oft remind ns, Ilounost eIIIl WOn'tL etlnlld a UIIIIIIU e Thle mro we work there growns bohitil un, Bligger potches n our Ipnts, On cur p.nts once new and glessy, Now are stripeu of dillerent hleo And brneaUs subserlners ltnger, And won't pay Il what is due. ,Then let us be lup and doing, Hend your mile however sanill, Or whin the snow of winter strikes on, We shall have no pnts at allt,
THE TRACEDY OF A WONDERFUL CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
THE TRAGEDY OF A WONDERFUL CLOCK. -*1i--· The most wonderful clock in the world awaits a buyer. For. 19 years a poor German watchrnaker has laboured incessantly to complete this marvellous bit of mnechanism, and nlbw that he hits finished it there scents to be nobody in the world who waints the wonderlul clock badly enough to recomlpense the patient lran for his toil. It is claimed that this clock is as wonderful for its artistic beauty and workmanslhip as for its ingenious mechallical arrangemlents. - It is en closed within glass, so'that Its every mnoverient -can be seen. It consists of 2,200 'parts, 112 of which ale wheels. lEvery detail is the 'watch maker's ownr handiwork. The 'clock Indicates the seconds, minutes, hourrs diates thioedays of the' week, nmonths, arnd the seatsons of tie, yea r, the pic tures of the signs of the zodiac, the' :suri,lltioon and stars, ai?d the rising, andRlsetting: its, well 'asI the -exact pos-. -ition of 'the- :celestial'; bodies.- lt shows besii...
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
"HTWKING TawoTHnfn IN ALl Bowrg 0r %'r..AT~n,"--,"-'t'ile tllendIlllp between 11 11nl RtnmI nintI oliola uIIrIlIeA themiii to slick to. IIcr Il lII all mutt of wrnlihcr IIn it frindlhilp worth 1w nntg II n ~y~t~ignmes tinn'I feit tIu kf 'Is eoni hnIn d tin nlluslr nut tIf t itthis kind from al llu 'i ll the other suiti, IlI11 let the milli-III nllltl d gotlur will we ll1ll kllo w who Ilhu trmi hlI, ml IN 1111 ill .whitle ulol itI titiii Ii nthirnuu I n. we Inrn nn (l()1ani nud 11II( III III('.V 1II it) ' Ilollowi' 1./1111) unit1* (llnlllY (, '1114 i 111'1) Il ( lolly Iriln'/ · R11 111 know It, willlUl 1iiI Iinu) In 1hom, Ielut Ill l Ila ko luu ta te wl ttnu tt
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
ELTIHAM RAILWAY, TIMEt 'I'AILR. W aitv I)AYS. Leave Melbourne-7 38 and ta.8,n.m., and 6.10 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-825 and 10.26 a.m., and 5.55 p.m. Leave Greenshorough 17 minutes later than Heideberg, and arrive at Eltham 25 minutes after leavint lteitldtter. Leattve Elthat-T.t5 and 35 a., at Leave Greenbhorouagh, " min3ia Ytir an Leave Ilef elberg-8.17 and 10.17 a n., and 5.47 p.m. SaQnnarsb. Leave a Melboarne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m.,. . 10 and .~to p m. Leave Heildelberg-8 25 and 10.25 a.m. i 1.55 and 5.65 p.m. Leave PEtham-7.35 and 0.35 an.m 1.6 and 5.6 p m. Leave fleldelberg-8 I7 and 10.17 a.m.; 1.47 rnd 5 47 p m.