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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
iGENERA INFORMATION: SSomo of the students in Paris, when persuing ancient books in the National Library, protect themselves with muzzles. This is done to pre vent ' the inhalation of dangerous microbes said to infest old volumes. Mr. Charles Jarrott, a well-knot mijotorist, considers the notion of 100 miles an hour not in the least al arming. On the contrary he calcu lates that in sonme downhill stretches during his racing he must have comlle very near this sliced, and never with out wishing at the time that he could double his horse-power. --+ STen years ago football in France was an almost negligible quantity. To-day there are 25 clubls in Paris. British sports are spreading and be coming popular even among :the. Zulus. According to a coItributor to the "Empire Review," the Malays have taken to our sports with nlcark ed success. They play a slashing, fearless game of cricket, and their express bowlers are the admiratior and dread of white lmen 'who play against them. The percenta...
Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXXIII. A LETTER FROM FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903
Between • wo Loves CIIAPTER XXXIII. ,A LETTEI FROM FRANCE. S"Icannot make him out," nid Cnl-. 'eoliiGmutleyi I am afnraid it is a.n you; say,; Loulsa, thatt he jis awftolly in.lore, witli Lady Maty.. "I am' ure of It," ,interrupted 'T'ady Lewimv - "I h "ve "watchlied- him, 'itiid I do iiot thinkithat ho "has anathoughts apartIfrom her.i ' ';"? by.does he lt ot say sor then? ?I,;do. not understand it., lIf he loves her, and, desires tomarry heor, ;why= dqes ,he.,not soy ;so?".: You, had better ask him;, colonel; 'it it of no use growing nhgsy with me." "C1'I iin not angry with you;' but, all -the same, you'must own there is st0ns thing absurd about it. If he ,loves her, and wants to marry' her,-well ;and, good. -let him any so;lif not,.why doeshenot go away, and. ]enye, thoq.fied.5opcuofor others?" S,"That-means=for-you." t:=Yes, .or' me,. replied the colonel. "I: should hnere /'ahilly-shaoly' :_lift.ithat finshion: "I' I'o ] ed a voman;, I*slioull any so, and--ask.:her to-marry me. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
When nnndnw pnoss nnind thenmnscnlen ridg' hie hark nmud knotl Ils arm, wa think wnc ilhav Ibeforn on the very secrt of otirnthL In tlhose nugnltlcit Inlt i clhi, But inn hli n'o, nlaryn Hnndow, or whit, is pinntlimoll Iliu smite Ihing, In h lItn ba dyspeptlo, and hll )II inuierics would 1(1011 fell, titrctnth to nudn Ironm fod properly digested nnit n. hnllhlntci, nill in mnn ie etroungi thon hIel ohm oun h, hIecnumn when tho sn uonvhm I. uhtminiot gthirm. tien aid eentnllemnhnll err r nihiiiht, II1'. thuien's bll Min t i'iii 11111. ute Illoinim oI thie ettiinmnu and nlther ugh iii of ihlgimtioii and1 iiittlltloi. Theny rmiiiiuh thu gnu liii ulgtl n nullt o ll a uhim lltnnf of u I(h , ii hIt sIIhI oilly to imourlehiut tnte Iluuo fori iii', ah n ,1trngtht, thr. lting~ss uitiion hito. liiil iou. n nuehthnc SItr f~oi~l nimiuli ruin h 1111(11 )11)*11 tel n (rllllvmmid permmnrlnll~ll cure fu r1 Illili lotrlrnc Indltgeothen, t'nstluitmleii ii Ivmuinriielnhlon t'iinpihrahiuu, Literi nlot ...
A YANKEE YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
A YANKEE YARN. ' ,A party of travellers were recently relating their experiences of wonderful animals. When it came to the Yankee's turn to speak he said :-- I never, had any very remarkable animal."' hbe drawled, "but I once had a goat that gave me a lot of trouble. I got so mad with the things it did, I threw things at it that would have killed any ordi nary goat, and now and again, in the hope of ridding aiyself of it, I had 'a" abhot at it with my rifle. It did not seem to mind. One day when its behaviour got past endurance I got a friend to help to take it to a precipice a couple of miles oft, and there in the early morning we threw it over the liff on to the rocks 300 feet below. Well, we were sitting at breakflet an hour later, when we heard a noise in the yard, and, looking up, saw that goat gambolling abshout, pulling the washing off the clotheslines, and chew. Ing up a flannel shirt. That was too macch. We dragged it to the railway track near by, and fastened it firmly to,...
Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
Zam-Buk. Name carries no meaning, tho.Oint. ment carries a blessing to thousands of. sufferers from Eczema, Renning Sores, Bad Legs, Sore Heels, Scarf in Head, Face Sores, Pimples, and a host of skin ailments that ordinary. medicines do not reach. Free from u iasrals and Animal fats, the youngest baby can take no hurt from the use of it.. As an Embrocation for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints and Sciatica. Z,m.-Bukl will greatly help. For Piles, Blind and Bleeding and Internal, Zam.-Buk prob ably scores most. Keep a bex on the shelf, every day nearly, cusl, burns, braises, the sting of insects, etc., may he experienced, and for such thlings, Zam-Buk, freely used, imnmediate relief is experienced. Sold at Is 6d generally, or sent Post Paid'on reaeiptof pricetby Proprietors, The Zam-Buk Coy., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney.
"A QUESTION OF CONSCIENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
"A QUESTION OF CONSO1ENCE." In the " Inland Printer" of May, 1003, appears a.letter and a reply under thie above heading. The latter reads as under:: Your articles on trades-unionism In recent numbers of "The Inland Printer" have been read by me with considerable interest. Several of my'friends are urging membership In pur local union, but while I am not in any way opposed to organisation, there are one or two things which stand in my way. 5My union friends have given me no satisfac tion, and the thought occurrod to me to appeal to you. I am a believer in the Bible, and seek to obey its teachings. The book teaches me to " love my enemies t"" It.thine enemy Iun. gar, feedhim ;".be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good ;"" recompense evil to no man, but contrariwise; blessing ;" " as ye would that men shoulddo to you, do ye even so to them." If I join the union, can I at all times, and. under all circum stances, obey the above teaching ? A strike is ordered, non.union men ...
AN ACTRESS'S KIND DEED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
AN ACTRESS'S __KIND DEED. An iuteresting lunident connected with the theatrienl performances of Madame tiatorilat Mlhid4 madte her immensely poplular in the Spanihlb capital. The stoly Is related by the eminrat actress haorelf in the subjoined letter, which is dated Madlid, Beptemnber 23rd, 1857 1 " A few days ago a soldier was condomled to be shot for having attempted to kill his ser geaut wh hbad struck him. The execution was to tako place on the muoruw of the day on which we gave ' ludea.' The Quien and Court were at the repieseutation. A depu. tiatln of Hpaoih and Italian gentlemen came to me, sayiug that I alones could to the the u happy mae, ond that all the ref.tla they had made with the Queent had been frutltles. I s. etpted the mileatoll,ntd after the first act I wOnt to the royal boox asl threw myself at hebr Majesty's feet, iluploling hrr to pstle the wttohed ormial, Th. e tQueen at one sigued the full ptardon of the puoor mn. Imalgin the oration I received. iluring at sa...
SOME FAMOUS HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
SOME FAMOUS HORSES. In Roman history we find a couple of horses treated in a most ridiculous fashion, so much so. that we feel quite certain they must hasve been far more sensible bhae their masters. One of them was Celor, the favourite tshed of the Emperor Varus ; and pray do not think I am joking when. I tell you that this highly favoured animal was clad is rabes of royal purple, lodged in the palace, and fed Upon almeuds and rsina,. Poor fellow I I wonder whether he ever longed for a feed of homely coro, and a gallop unfettered by " royal purple." Of Inoitatus, the Emperor Caligula's borse, wbich the hall-witted monarch pretended to make priest and conusul, I expect you have beard. He was treated in stll more princely fashion than Celer, for history relatre that he ate gilt este out of us ivory mancer, and drank winuo out of a golden bucket. Everybody was e:uected to pay him the greltest ierpect, and altolgether it was a most foolish and ridliculou business. Probably the two bass...
ROYAL VISITS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
ROYAL VISITS ABROAD. When Sovereigns nt tttti trowl in formenl years, it. wIts I IlIe l t tlllo I iapploint Lords .Illsticls nId Guard ans for the' I ldmliuistrl tiu of, tl , got'ernitent, the itpers includint the exercise of ltoy tnuthority itith the exception of Iasseting to bills andil gratintig peerages. 'iThis was done li 181 i hei George I\'. wetnt a reign, was unctt absenti. froml F ftg ilnd. II t i .tu ' t lltl? the a essilt ofi Iulluie Victloria. \uhei her Majliesiyty. in1 181l', p aid ai t',isit to the' King of coir' ll ed, 1 th hey considered that h ' It was 1ll.' ilnln 'Pc?hil"1 it allppOilnl Lords l , it lics Il' r n that Iliue the lll'll.ticel fe'll iil l~i st i H e.l? ,
SHOCKING STORY OF CANNIBALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
SHOCKING STORY OF CANNIBAL ISM. --r-*- A despatch from St. 'Petersbulrg to tie Paris " Presse " states that two escaped convicts from Sughtiliell Is !land, who hitve been just rccapttllrd, tell a shocking story of cannibaliiism. The runaways originally nuIdierI four. Their scanty stock of Iro\i stons was soon exhaustedI, IdlI stll, vation stared them ill the fac. Two of themn agreeil to sulrpriste and kill the other two. 'T'lis theyt did drink ing the blood of the mutiered irtnt 1ts. and cutting their tflesh into t trips. which they ifrozte hIardi in the snow. Ladenl with their gltstly stores, the Hllr ivors Irestneldt thf 'it Iiitrill,1 . lndI ltdt still smit of the s.trips iIl In?eir possession when they Mere recaptured T'he menIII C e trliel Ied i :a stllllliry court-mIrslhn ti aI sentetnced to dearth.
WON AND LOST SIX FORTUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
WON AND LOST SIX FORTUNES. el' II* \ si ttis?hllll[*'? toI w,'hlich Ih*' ll ihl hig inl tl s litlil sl' , illitthcl\i, Illun t i ,*l 111 h e t ,?tit, \ it l lll lllll>tli e','y (nllll rt, 111ollm*' thll ll?+?l lrh i, h ullrlllnnt l'?iti+i' tg nl iii ht' I i .li?h t hllnle ltii t hain o , tu tu ,, ins J liI' |hili ' I.nltu lh , h ilat 'e I In l illIIlll? (.'ll(+I|l 'l p fill' llll ,111.' ()~ 11 111 \l.Jll'? II,, thtllr t*l hital khav*II ll l I . ',? I ,aIn I nHlalnl IiII NhIn Itnunn I. hlll A ll in I 11 t1. imilll Ii lai N lliiti si?.t lti ing I\11?I (\h ,r11 )·lllllll'? 1 ll 1.rlll lh~ l i ll III Iluti L hl ' n \,'ntis.1 111 t ' I?', h el tiatin, Maina I, iuisin unt ntit I Snlein i tin I. i ii liw o I itlllllll lo l lh h' ,' II lih ll 111i'i in111s a hn ii' I h ' . in n | II tl ll 5 h I nIt i i i n, . h i linn s' )q ' 1l ' Ith l li +*'~ ,?'I II+ 'l'h*' ,? i 1, ? h ,++ , x' I, lttitata lsh lit ail , rLsi iii in in N tattlit. sar~flo |hlaliI l rltrlt h l hi III +Ill I lin'l nIl ii'...
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
CENERAL INFORMATION. Third-class railway fares in India are less thanll a farthing a mile. -i- 'Formosa is a country where a mian must have a license before he is al lowed to smoke opium. --- Ceylon tea is steadily ousting the Chinese leaf fromt the lRussiain mr ket. ----- ()f llritaiin's re\l lle e 3 per cent. is ironu, the tax oil driink ; aild 211 per centl, of that of the I!nited States. lii Spain's surli aIIie' only 37 per cent. is cllliviated, 20 lir cent. beilng pls 1111. 11111n forest, aind the rest wild and Ulirl'rrei mountli n Iihtl. -+- \Vaccinationl is ulnw obligatory in liiralce ii iwithin the first year from birtih, aind must lie followed by r1 lvccill?ation alt tIhe ages of 11 and 21. -+- 'The IPlrenlt Pole Star is the one caliled Alpha, in tile cononstallation I'lisi Minor. It has been the world's P1ole Stallr for nearly 2,000 years. --"'- I'haraoh's chariot, in which lie rode at ''hltwes, hals Ilel discovr'ed in ai perflect conditionl in the lValleVy of tli 'lonihs ...
THE FIRST INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
THE FIRST, INCOME TAX. A hundred years and more have passed . since the first income tax was imposed in England,, and the Chanpellor of the 'Exchelquer is a fortunate man to-day that he has not' to face'the opposition some of his' pr&ddcessors contended with. " Rather than be the slave of the tax~gatherer at home," cried a monm bei. who. had listened to the Budget speech,. "*Ii will submit to be the subject of.a country of which I am , not a native," and he declared that: the income tax "tends to overturn all those rights for which our ances tors bled." Sir Franicis Burdett, the father of tlohe:D?roness Burdett-Coutts, assert ed"that the tax was san " unprincip led scheme of plunder," and when the tax: was being repealed, he com plained that the repeal was not a sufficient remedy for the infamy of the tax, and that its principle must be " stigmatized and branded." Even when, 60 years aigo, Sir Riobert Peel reintroduced the tax, it was denounced as " fertile of false hood and...
THE MOST WICKED PLACE ON EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
THE MOST WICKED PLACE ONH EARTH. " Hell on Earth " is the title that hait just been applied to the Russian penal colony on Saghalien Island, off the north coast of Siberia, and from all'.iccollts the ignominious title is thoroughly. well deserved. Its popu lation of 8,000 consists tlmost en i irly of transported murderers of all naesl and both sexes, who give full ioin to their evil propensities, no thing hli'ig attempted to stop thel. 'he' 'slulad is inl fact Russia's official dimiiping-ground for her worst crinm itul9 . : For many years the awful condition of allairs in this. terrible settlement relnained sealed -to. the o0titide, world, for the Rusialln Gov ernment : gtiards its secrets with the most' ?elous cave i but last car Nr'. Charles II. Hawes, at fhe risk of his life and after enduring great hard ship, lpenetrated the region where the' 8,000 murderers are turneod loose rll llall[:'Vall the ilnhabitants are murderers he o0thers consisting of a tilere handfull of officials ...
FIGHTING PHTHISIS. AN APPALLING DEATH-ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
ii FIGHTINGC-- PHTHISIS. AN APPALLING DEA'TrH-IOLL. It is said that in Engliand and Watlds no less than 60,000 persons die every year front phthisis, or whatl is conunonly catlled consumption. It is. in fact the deadliest pestilence which we hale in our mnidst. lec?tt medical observation and experiment have now made it clear thalt the disease Is infectious; being slightly infectious in the early, bttiges and highly so durilg theo last tchree or lour weeks. of life. It is also salt' thsast'lthis lnfectiol can :be pro\seniedi, and experts In sanitary scieclie 'are devising, various schlenes for thl ex toriniilatiuon. of. this disease, a t.hey believeo i .t can be extingulsheh as thoroughly as slntlail-pox. In this connectloln it Is interestilng to totico (dsays thd': Justice of the' Pieace ") that during thoelist' GO'yearts there has 'been vecry steady' decline of deaths froni ptithisls; itn E:ngltid thed. deith-itatoh r - hliving' fallca front 88 'per 10,000 i ii18.38 to 1:1 isor 10,...
PRINTING MUSIC. FOUR WAYS OF DOING THE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
PRINTING MUSIC. FOULt WAYS OF DOING THE .WOIRK., At th' lcpreselnt! tilo there are four distinct m?lthods:of :prinltinglmlusic, tlo firit. I;i dli?iving th'e collmpositoli il lreasio tLaken: fro1nt.n enigraved i?late;='tle athird by settilgul ith. iiliC 'aied Telutc I I sltl i _ i : itte 'ud til f?ei ?ii th l l' ilaki? tih(i. tlliresusieo reqlires nuch skill a an ractlcliLic :Is bilit little' used11at1I thie presenIt :timie, chiefly 11 acIcCiiOUi of the'l elessity' of r'ueproducinll the copy! b'acklidalds, oider to for1m the liegtitlve. The process of drawing .OIn transfeb; r paper consists simply Ill nlaking'. a copy of the music to bu printed 0olt the 1paper with a it preiari?lon known as lit.ho-transfei ink.. 'T 'lile paper Is inllestolne siiitnbl 'for' the Irplose, and the stone is -noihitlenlid. and etched in tile usual wtiy. The process of using .-llngri'vedl plates is the most-satisflctoly;' and gives tihe most''perfect sljecillels. It is uised -in-printing all'_ioe standki'u...
NEVER THIRSTY. CREATURES THAT LIVE WITHOUT DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
NEVER THIRSTY. ItIEAITURES THAT LIVEv WITH' OUT DRINKING; creature can liivd.without - drinking, hiLt lilantli'htd, in his book on. Abys slila,iniascts thatnetither the Dorcas nor' the BIleniett -gazellesi were. ever known',to resort to the sirrings' or. th &livers for thed iarposo of drink ing?' T' rotigliodt Africa the expres slon, '. ' As dry as thoe Sahara or alf bld gazell, " prevails. )Darwin, in his " Voyage tof. a Nat ttralist," says that unless the wild liatasi of I'atagoalia drink salt water they do not drink Lt all. It is generally . acknowledged by writers : of natural history that theI ttmembers' of one bi'anc of the sloth fatmtily? do' itot drink but it seemts yet niorr''surlerisintg to reid: of a ipanrrot ,?th)it for;:: 52 yearn never diaik a?ýll rop of :water. I, lti stitted th titthe pa'rot petit ti- tlk ??iengtli of titne in tlit' Loltdion Zoological Gar .dens, aind i bithabits vroe therefore ivill- ktown, buttit twasnvs;or seen to litink- Ai,tntals --that ...
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME 'rABLE. W~V? er I)DAs. Leave Melbourne-7.2B and 9.28 a.m., and 5.10 p.mn. + Leare fleidelberg-8 25. and 10.25 a.m.,. and 5.56 p.m. Leave Greensborogh 17 minutes later than Hleldeberg, and arrive at Eltham 25. .:mintes after leavicng IleidelPerg. Leave Eltham-7.35 and 9.35 a.m., and 5.5 p.m. Leave Green-horough 8 minutes later. Leave Heilelberg-8.17 and 10.17'a.m.,. and 5.47 p.m.. : , S. ATURDAYS. Leave- Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 ami., 1.10 and 5.10 p m. Leave Heidelberg-8 55 and 10.25"a-m. ; 1.556 and 6.6655 p.m. Leave Eliham--7.35 and 9.35 a.'m.i`:: 1.5 and 5.56p. m. Leave Heidelberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m.; 1.47. and 547 p.m.:
(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 13. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XVI Continued [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
(All Itightsa IReserved.). Barbara. PART 13. -A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. By Effie Adelaide Rowlands, .Author of " Priceless Violet," " A Child of Charity," "A King and a Coward," &c. --+--· CIlAPTE"If XVI Continued Charles (:1ran tly put his iarnIs i buLt the boy's shoulders andl led hint back to his rooim. ," I~ i in not ill Ken," hi' saido st I she tr ble 7" the ltb4 asked eager~".' ' I s'Iant to do something to let you know how grateful 1 am to you, and how intch I love you. Do let me help you, Carl." The other, p)aused and his face worked with emotion, theno h'blenit an?il kissed the boy's forehead. ' I promiso you0, Ken," he, said in : ': lo i:v?m..;1o'-oice, ."that ewhen . I. cii ai. '-thhIs` trouible with, anyonetI weil lilj ale.i t u!vlth you.. NoW get,:In to ilbed sagibli?'ailnd I will stay in this chlulinhiioth mioitveoa you till you. h o ofallen iasleep:"+` - Sl'ie' bioyi obeyed: hiim-? and for ni long. Ltine- tiheysinti-looking-t- aL, one a?other?l'till?i -ig'adua...
TUBERCULOSIS. CONSUMPTIVES AT THE AUSTIN HOSPITAL.—A HEIDELBERG PROTEST— PROPOSED INTERVIEW WITH MR. KRONHEIMER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 July 1903
TUBERCULOSIS. CONSYMPTIVES AT THIE AUSTIN IIO9-. ' PTAlr--A IHEIELBERGO PIOTEST - .,PROOSKD INTBIrVIwt,, WITH . Mk KRONII?Z5'EI. A well attended public meeting, convened by the President of the Shire (Or W. J. Brewer), was held at the Recreation Hall, Heidelberg, on Tues day evening, 21st, " to make emphatic protest against the proposal of the Austin Hospital committee to provide further aecommodatios forconsutnptive patients." Cr A. Rollsaon, M.R.O.S., presided in the absence of the Shire President, who was prevented through illness from being present. The Ohairman said the local council had sent letters of pretest to the Minis ter of Health and the Obairman of the Board of Health, but he did not think that was suficient t;and the ratepayerr, had been called together to.enter .' united and emphatic protest. As ai medical snaa he would inform theon that the idea oflheseditsry. uniptio 6treen pabtir -o Grediuary, but it *as worita n up. America this had been recognisiad the health au...