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CALEDONIA V. KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
CALIDONIA V. KANOAIOO OGOUND. Teams representing these elonh met at Kangaroo Ground on Saturday afternoon last, The hoe team batted tirat, but failed to make any graHt stand, the tenth wicket falling when the total hatl reaohed 40 runs, of which W. Morris contributed 14, none of the other batsmen' getting into doubhle figures. G, Beare andt J. Ooodsonbowled exoeptionally well, Tho wicket was fiery, and balls bumped naetily at times, yet the poor stand matdle y the Kaalgarooltcn was it a great Imalsurtt due to their anxiety to forcen the pace in run.gotting, with the result that qutiite a Inmller of thuon w'ro oloanl bowled in tlllompting big hite, while If Ithey ball playeyd Istedlily they oollld hlave eavotl their wilckets, With ta copllllnlrtively utnmill score to nvirtrake, the vci ires coileni ted thole innings In good heart, tiut disaster a'on vrllt'ootl tlheniii, aniId aln tter colllpsoe Iet in, the lsoot wicket falling for the very email tnt ial of liIt, of which J, Iitch, wh...
CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. ORDER OF PLAY. First Round. October 25 and November [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ORIOKET.. . THE 'CAlMERON TROPIIH. ORDER OF PLAT. First Round. October 25 and November I Caleonia v Christmas Hills .Kangaroo Ground v Pauton Hill Kioglake a bye NovemberSand 15 :Christmas Hills Pinitoo Hill Kinglhko v Kangaroo Ground :Oledoril a' bye Noveoinbeir 22 nod 20 Kangaroo Ground v Caledonla Panton Hill v Kluglake Christmas Hills a bye Decemberi and 13 Christmas Hills v Kangaroo Ground Kinglake v Caledouia Panton lill a bye secoND ROnUND December 20 and 27 'Caledonla v Panton Hill Kangaroo Ground v Christmas Hills Kinglake a byo January 24 and 31 Christmas Hills v Caledonla Kinglake P'anton Hill Kangaroo Ground a bye February 7 and 14 Kangaroo Ground v Kinulake Panton lill v Chrfitmas illsla Csledooln a bye February 2) and 28 Caledonia v Kangaroo Ground Klnglake v Christmas Hills Panton Hill a bye starch 7 and 14 Caledonia v Kinglake Panton 1111 v KanIgaroo Ground Christmas HIlls a bye Mtacls' to be plfyel n ai i the clubs first-nanted,
STARS AND STRIPES IN MANILA SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
STARS AND STRIPES IN MANILA SCHOOLS. A signal is givren by the principal of the school. Every student or pupil rises itn is place. The flag is brought forward to the principal or teachlr. ,While it is biting brought forwatrd the military salute is given, which is Ili follow: The right hand is uplifted. palm down ward to i line with tihe forehead close to it. While thiua standing with the hand uplifted and in the nttitude of snlute, all the pupils repeat ltugetht hslowly and distinctly, the followlng pledgu: " I pltdge allegiance to my lihg and the Republic for which it stunds. One nation ludivisible, with liberty and justice for all."' At the words ua prolnouncel in the pledge. " to my liag, each unu eIxtnia the right. hand gracefully, palm downwind, toward thi flag, until the end of the phltge of allirma tiun. Then ail hands drop to the tide. ThI pupila, rtill standing, all sing int Chunib the song " Americale "M ly country 'tie of thee.' In the primary departlents, whule tile chil...
AN UNDAUNTED WOOER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
AN UNDAUNTED WOOER. That Admlirl Porter, of the Unitld HiAtse Navy, was not afrald to brave the Ire of nll unpropltloles parent, doubtlene rileed him tll the ceteeam of hsl Ictly love. When it mld. ehlpmlan onl board lthe lIsghllp of a colnmo. dore lwho eon naceconlpnllled by hln fantlly, which Inltoludd i young and lovely daughter, ollllng L'ttor nlluwotd ioi Iaretnlal oslilnoiodst tl'riglllhtei hIl, Thu ordelorly wl. tsll lot tI tillow theu sIliidtsipiIn ti enter the eabiln wILItiout pochil pernsllon, Young l'Porter, howuvor; nllllllid to conlllnue his vlllts to hule fair one. llan bright lloosllight slltht, the (Cun?'laduro , roulllng up fIomnl a sifter. dinneur nap, dlpulqeoed young Porteur andl Ili ,weew ssthelart hlte non of ttse wlndown of the atom solrts. is YoIng mIII, tl lllherolale lIn UIouilOra, h" sw did yoe aeilur till cabin 1" 'lill misd. IslIIIIIsn repliedtI " Teil orderly Inl nioI ti hlllllla l I litlll over tIo mllllllle l (1s inlle an111 Ilhrlolh lhlt qllllrlsr nl...
WHY THE DEACON DIDN'T LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
WHY THE DEACON DIDN'T LEAD. - " May you take this leasen home with you . to-night, dear friends," concluded the preacher at the end of a long and wearisome sermon, " And omay its ephituul trutlhs sink deep into your hearts and lives to the end that your souls may experience salvation. We will now bow our heads in prayer. Deauncon White, will you lead?" There was no response. "Deacon White, will you please lead?" Yet no voice. " Deacon White, will yon Ilead?" Still no reponose. It wooa eovlli'. that the good deacon was slumbering. The preacher madi a fourth appenl and runted his voli'to iI pitch that aucceeded in waking thi. iruwy itien. " Dcacon White will you pleaoe ,cld?" The dicon rubbed his eyes and open~d them wondleringly, " Is it my lead? No, junt dearllt,"
ANSWERING HIS OWN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ANSWERING HIS OWN LETTER. A curious and oinusing story is leiing Lold respecting a young manis who, being the chief of tilh aunditing deCt ll tent of a certain railway comlpany, Ihad occasion recently to dictate a lttler to the head of a corresaponding department of anotllher railway. There was a point in dispute between the two companies involving money, and this young offloinl had taken tile stubborn ground that the othler official was totally at fault,and advanced what seemed to him unlanswerable argu ments to prove it. A short tinle after he had forwarded the letter hoe received an nffer of a situn tion from the otllher railwny company. which he accepted, and withiln a few days he Iecame the head of the deplr melnt with whiclh he had been in dis. putle. The first letter which Ihe fouand on the file ready to be answered was his ownl on tile point in question, There was only one thing to do. lie lnmmediatly dictated an answer to hisl own letter, refutinlg and repudiating its argum...
KISSES ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
KISSES ON THE STAGE. E" mbraces and kisses are rehealrsed with the xltremest care," wrltles Frank lin Fyles. " They must havu an iaupul sive manner. They must look sanliciently fervid. It is a curious sight-that of two players who are to express the ardent love that Shakespeare lhas written for * Romeo and Juliet.' but who at rehear. sals, in modern clothes ilud 11o nlcessor ies of glamour, practice a kiss Is nechlnni cally, and unfeelingly as though it were -as it is thlen--utterly devoid o.f senti ment. There must he no hesitation nor clumsiness. horneo is not permoitted to decide whether to throw both arms around his sweethesart or'only one, or which. Nor may Juliet he shy or for ward, ylulding or resisting, as slhe chooses. The director will place their arms for themn if they do niot themselves. makesa pletureesqu exhilit of tender ness. And the kiss ? Shall it be delivered by thie wooer on thie lips of the won, or on brow, or cheek ? ''hat ques. tion is considered and settled. ...
THE WAVES KICKED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
THE WAVES KICKED6 III Ltne olu tlheILrIl,,l duya, buiforle tIha' I Itrod i lloi, of1r :wole iizahn l 'vuvod IL w4is 11h0 culmlIMl1l, hlulnl I 11 ell MII'l Oil i4 wllllltud fill' IIlcNI to 1 ltlllitt'I lulls wltveSl Ily kluktlgl iInoilL ltuiur aI µ11ull n01t1 tijoliltd t0rlios thIfroL of LIjI' aliuo u L th alesl emlp t lllt Lfitldil to iiip tLii duLet out ofi t itll' ilyuq, IIIIIn 1111 iii'1111~111 oluili11110~(I116 tV(Ii II 11161, h t(1 11 I litil l otI 1111111 11411111 wel'l exi te i)Ol YiL Iiil i iI hurlllh :1111ii-hllJP11j11. better ( 11' 111111111utlu 11 11()11111 dtlnerl )1d.
GOLF CURES INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
GOLF CURES INSANITY, A famrous (icrmnun phyioirui halis mug. eusted addinlg golf linke to every luuatlu usyltii;li for hu has found, that golf hli? ellled mIllay or his pitieLuIts of whatl woer olne eonisidered severe mental dis orders. .ln one crse he tells no thl potioeL t dovlopesd nuch skill In tihe gIrme, thillt li tired of thie cnvelir?ntllet anld ntteloldlts?. ho played spiirltlessly, A (Jlhyolelnnh, i ri tlrt golfer, engilaed hhni ns n partner. Tlile putlellt plulyld better Whe lleu ie nut this lulllllln forinol. 'l'h(e )IIIphyI'lls bentIII hII for sleverll days. Ti'o lnut wanilllit lrt dleprseud. lTherl by rltieI .utid bueit theI phyiulull. I111 ride I t i fllfer ?as toiluilhdi, b IJbo?ns to slhy, v ,uieutillellyly, skilfully, ito the psliyelu'nnhs dIli'iltutiglfy. Two Weeks Iflel' he Ilims isfyling with the p1)ilsl*' liih ? as o in t f10 ll s pitiint wcss itrs ni inci'edl nI511.
MAKING ATONEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
MAKING ATONEMENT. 'llThe Iite P'rofenor llhIcklo Hai lecturlng toI new class, , Mad In inower to sumlO direO tloal glvien by the lecturer, ia student rosa to riid his ymrorurph, his blok In his left hanrld, " r I" Illmhdured Illuokle, " hold your book in you).r light hiand I" -alnd, li te s'LtuIunot would have spoken--' .No words, als I You, I Ight hand, I pay I" The a.lldnlt hlll up Ils right arIn, ending Ilteouolv iL Lb1 tllllmp of It walpt, "' Hlr I lass n uo rllht, hll" lie ndl and hih vuhln lll unstanldy. lltifolll llillina could openll lilt IlIp thllur nros flnai th clasl suok it Ltrrill iisuormli of hisae us 1no Ilerhlual mustI it to it) Idlnlirgl h t Ii lllul Ia u hi VUice wns ourblorllla Ini by n wild sllon, '1'hIul thL 1'irofusr left lilt Ipiu lto il weIta Idownl tiI ?I li ll lluaifi 1 a hal unwilttinglly II) hurt. 110 lipt IoII Iri ahouil thIIo lail's shoullller n llllllw hiii UllhOl uih 111 I IInd luid sgainlnl his bieMset aundl lookudi l at hllt is thoiugh hlrinlhy llsu...
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER I. LOVE AND A GAME OF BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK. FOSTER. CHAPTER I,. LOVE .AND. A G(AME OF 1 I.l:ARDIS. I:Hard lines,a sir; liard lineal Thu ?a?n- slhtides 55 all;- gen leniont and spot to i?ihy with atnieee opiiing.".' 'the asc-ne wai 'tie Gelltlernmn'a Club at Ellsbuiry,' and the speaker was the hililiard -inlrker, waiter, and . general fatclotini at the souial institution in question,:Both of the I ilayers were good looking, well-dressed young fellows on thll. right, side ofi thirty, and eachl of tlhii, wasa exeerdiingly well-knownl and lopular in thile clui as well as in the town. The geatlemaln to play was Jack Bland ford. He- was a tall, dark-looking man of seven. or eight and twenty, had a dashing, somnewhlat imperious air about his strong jaws, rlmn lips, and shaorp black eyes, and his way of speaking was that of one who was not alone sure of hiniself. but= was equally certain of those whom he addressed. Blandford was a widowerelot three or four years' standing. He had married T...
ARE CRIMINALS NATURALLY RELIGIOUS? [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ARE CRIMINALS NATURALLY RELIGIOUS ? Pr. iHavelock Ellis has stuhlished many photographlls and drawings of criminals, anid seeks to show that Celrtain charlcteristics are coirlrlhnl amongst them all. But he does not lay stress upon the well uascertaine'l fact that, the facial muscles I cing one of the means of exup)ressuonr, i:is-. itual franles of mind will, iit the course of years, write their ireiord iunlistakably on the face, a fact very well known to artists, who oftentimes are constrained to leave out this record so far as they can, without losing the likeness, a by no mlieansll Fos)' tak. Sundry curious facts, quoted by the " riistish Medical ',Iournal,' 1ome out. fronl the investigations which have hIerl llnade in prinons In England aind aroad 'Thls, some will eo1rn with urplifise that ',iuria?ly ieigious, without the Ii lllst vridenrce of sinlerity' . I'nhe nii io it temper n~niI t wI hich i lllary i themIi IIIpoHIunsess Ill arll ently lies atI thie hotulf tl of this urn ' l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
Notice. :i R. GEOROGE COUTIE heir itlnform :: V. the I' ivelling, .ublic 'that ,he' has bought Mr. Willion's LINE OF COACRES running from Eltham Railwuy..Statlon to SQueenstown. Two coaches as heretofore will he run dally to and: fro, and an. extra coach on Saturdays (It required)' to meet. the 6 60 p.m. train. Medical Notice. :DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, LI...P.,Loond., M.R.C.S., Eng., t.S.A., Loud Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May he (Consulted Every Wednesday,. AT Elthbm, 1,30 to 2 p.m. Kangamro Ground (If instructed at Hel delberg before 11 n.m.) Every Friday AT Oreensaborogh, 1.30 .0 2 p.m. tod C k, i3O toC . ! 3 p.ut f.. Heidelberg ISITS E.r?nta, Tuesdaya, 12 noon. G ncsoanououn , 'Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m llruAonn Caxoi, Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. J. Tt CHAPMAN op YARRA GLEE : ,V ISITS E- ANGAROO GROUND Every Monday, t to a p.m. QUEINaiTO)WN Alternate Thursdays, I to 3 p,in. [A ciao. F. PEIPERS, M.D., AS commenced Medical Practice, as successor to the late Dr. Sutherland, aaid.may be cousulted at ...
A STORY OF BRET HARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
A STORY OF BRET HARTE. Bret ITarte was not proud of his " Heathen Chinee." Joaquin Miller writes lie. begged me never to speak of it. Once, as we were about to set out to breakfast with Lord Houghton, he hesitated, I asked him what . was the lmatter, 11e said, "Will he quote ' The Heathen Cli nee ? ' " I sent a servant on before us with a note to Hloughton begging hint not to say one word about "the lHeathen." But the jolly old nobleman gave the tip to a lot of good fellows at his table, and they all talked no thing else. However Bret soon saw through it all, and joined in cheer fully. I never saw him in better spirits. You may know that he never meant this thing seriously. It is simply a parody on one of Swin burne's sweeping and superb poems of the Innian Sea. Lengthen out " The lHeathen Chinee "-that is make two lines into one-and you will have a set-chorus that will, as far as sound goes, sing itself. Sometimes the editor gets the bet ter or unpleasant intruders into his annctum...
KANGAROO GROUND BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
KANGAROO GROUND BAND OF HOPE. -0----o The meeting of the local Band of Hope at the Presbyterian Chorch on Saturday evening last commanded more than the usual amount of interest, insamuch as besides the ordinary pro. gramme of musical items, recitations, etc., the occasion was taken advantage of to present trophies and, prizes won in cbnnec?iohwil?li the local State school compestition. and the enjoyableness of the evening was greatly added to by presents being given .to the local prize-takers in the Allen Bequest Com petition in connection with Sunday School work. Mr. J. A. Burns, the President of the Band of Hope, occupied' the chair, and Miss Nicholas officiated at the organ. After several musicalitemrus, etc., had been rendered, the Chairman called on Mr Kerr, who,after some explanatory remarks, asked Mr. E. H. CaOseron to present the prizes won. This Mr. Cameron did, and when handing over the trophies, etc., to the successful scholars' siioke words of approval and encouragement....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
Keep the Fountain Pure 1)n. Moeet'e Iiin IA or PIig.sA ore foiiuz?id o the trimliple th it atl diaseec are o ulrd by ia timptre rco nilltlon l the blool, Wheni thle bowels are rcnstlpaled, the liver h.tromes I inilve, todl the kidnleys are utolible to art at a propelr filter, this forret the lihiiUiirli in the hlood I thrllltliho theL Ihllllli)n till , iilll hin lict, sit of tilhe Iimi ?rein which poplle lltler, If youl tire ilck, lhiain ti.l.y t, lg khli. N?lie,'es IntI!As I1t't4n Pts.l , which are iguitaaitlecil tio e a plertinientl lare for all I.ler nllll ICliney illirdilr, Pllked ii ambileir bliottle, with Ith full nlatlu bhlowi tllltreollo. Ill.,n rlOUlll Ilniind l IClli K nn)Y -- I inId wrtlll will ullll him buitter thun Ieiugh weold or blows. flnoisRn W1OlKINel UeIIIII I.-UnlIIen the horse hie ait very light lotl, ee It uof your weight by walkngt yolurrelf uphill. Let it rest oflutn it eerilolnl Is gr'at-ilwOta3n ipuiLtthiIg it sioe behild o nethel or Idriltwlig acrroa lith ...
CR. W. J. WARD. HIS DEPARTURE FROM THE HEIDELBERG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
OR. W. J. WARD. HIS DEPARTURE FIROM THE IIEIDEIL BERG DISTRICT. It will le learned wish regret by our readers (says the HIeidelberg .News) that Cr. James Wiltista, Ward, oils of the representativL s of tie Ivanhoe Riding itl the Heidelberg Council, has disposed of his properry in this district ands intends thking his departsure before .tbh.?\'d of of tse month. His f?tur where he has built a residence on'e hulding of about 160 acres of llld. Cr. Ward has been a member of the Council for the Ivanhoe Riding for nearly twelve years. His first ess.y in public life was in 1891. On tilt 11th 'ehbruary of that year, when the Ivanhoe Riding included Fairfield, tile late Mr. P. W. Smith resigned his seat owing to the fact that he was leaving the colony. For the vacancy titus created there were two candidates Messrs. J. W. Ward and Joseph Ports. The loiter was elected, although Mr. Ward, who, at that time was nol widely known in the district, polled heavily. In August of lithe samte year the ...
(Copyright.) Application for Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
(( Copyright.) Application S....for Divorce.. . B TY Tl, WIFE S ATTORNEY. Y .F ANIt so hanppened that 1 knew E thel ' lavis btfor hear liarriage, iandit SIwR; . Ad an dsocalltl I was a: s oc! sionh: visito'r ai the .ihonse. Sis known to my friends that I hia. e a f-ad N?t satliled with ?iz ing men up ais a lawyer, when tley I a:re priofessionalJl pposi edb to lie,: 'that' 1 nmay take adivaitage of self z ='cotnceit; and, other'.' weakness of "chalr -Ia:-,actoer, "li ha`e boakned of being it' gen iarl ,phlysiogoiomist. ' Il elieve that, I have opetly- declared ithatl afiter stuldying a fae fol live 'iinlites I ; 'coi indlex the ohe wner.'s chi f ?h ?char-; aiter~tics. 'swithout mistakel ':'the '- la)visd family knew. oft this fad of_ in+ ie; anrd on two or three occasions 1 ias away in the West :when Hen ry V \1illhur and' Ethel i)ivis becamun i 'acquainted;. noi.,"di I see 'the young ' man` till. a"t6r theb' lctiiu'n engisged.' : heard' of hinl 'as a young mtin, of good repiute;, wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ESTABLISHIED I 'YEARS . GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT TAILOR AND MEN'S. MERCER, 334 Smith-st.,; ollingwood (Near Joh?oton Stre?.). 1111 Reprosetative flelts thf, dridrlat over ry fortilght with a flne selection of Twoeds and Coatings slutnbl) for thi) resent season. Kindly send io post clr nd I he will call apnd subumit pattern, to yoo. .- W ?NDO WDIf IL AY? f TiES - and AMtldBIi Y (a Smith Street. Ministering Children's League. Queenscliff. Opened by Lady Brassey, December 7th, For poor and' weak childreh from any part of Vloloria. Childreo sadmitted through any M.C.L. Brantch or an Associate Member. Supported by voluntary contributions of money orpro?atios.. Managing Committee r Mrs. R. Harper, " Myooru' Toorak. Mrs. Morris, "Tintern," University, Melb. Mrs. Hitchcockt " Roslyn," Geclong. LM.C.L; arid" Cottage by the Sea" litera tore can be obtained at 272 Little Collins street, .Mlehourne., " TIusnt!' is chiefly caused by not keep log the' heels thoroughly clean and well washed and br...
ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY AND ORNITHOLOGY. THE FLAME-BREASTED ROBIN. (Petroca phanicea, Gould.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY AND ORNITIIOLOGY, (From "The Journal of the DWpart. mont of Agrloltlure of Vicoria,") TII FLAMEBI l1ABTTHD ROBIN. (Petrweca plnictea, Gould.). B1 0. FnaNon. This beautiful little robin Is one of our most valumble Inlectivorous birds, and was at one time fairly commnon in the parks and gerdens around Mel. bourne. Of lItn, however, it Ic very soldot seen, lthe ilcrosmo of 'loultilon being largely responsille fur this. The oxtreit, Iaini)ens of tIhI'Ir blild also relndura tIhemi aIn any prey for thoin who are alwnyn rusely to kill any living tllhig, a cina, , unfort ?luntvly, a?f tu I et rnollln in our mhlldlt. AN inlulll, ing hiw little fearf nI dwl tihy lpn.?Oe I iiight m iulon that Ili s nult, ervently, w hIlle a crlcket uteelh woe teling plyed in olin of t.he northiornli c lnwet i, ia rblin l iglhted on the hat olf one of the players whoi was stalnding still, and retmainnel there for several seconds until the fieldstlall conisrCe d t(o lmove. According to Gould,...