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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

MARTIN'S ~APOLSTEEL 1WHOMPILLS are nulivers1Iy reiummended by wae leading Medical Aulltoritije. Afford Immediate relict Sold by all Chemlsts in Australasia. PfsPerlm.rMARTIN,Cbemlst,Soutbampaon.8En. AGENTS: DUFIIDIN & SAINSBURY, %I FLB()URNIE. Mudden SIwing A sadden twingeof pain is generally the first warningof an attack of Rheumatism. It:feels uaif the disease were in the bones or muscles. hit the real cause of Rheumntism, is found in ilupure blood. In order to cure Itheumatism.the blood must be cleans . "ed of the poisonous matters which are the cause of the disease. SDa MoUrsr.a INDItA ROOT 'ILLS haIve~ been very successful in the cure of tIheu matism, because they entirely eleaose the Iblood from the poison ous substanuces which • are the cause of the disease ;they notonly purify the blood, but by increasing the activity of the blood r making glands, they increase the supply of pure rich blood, which adds to the vigor of every physical organ. Mr. John Phyers, 173 Pitt S...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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(Copyright.) "Nichette." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

(Copyright.) "Nichette." , Y " NANON." ," Nichetto I Nichette I I Where art .thou nion enfant ? . Wiltiever c6ino':' The.. day griows late;' all .Venice' is' at Laý a, Piazza.' Flags waving fl0owers, music,. verythring.. I. l) .tis, a sight 'wortlih seeing ; iworthy 'alumost of licalitiful 'lost .Paiis i l;Tho;;time dra ws near for Iis"illsghness to arrive. Wiltnot hurry, ma belleo ?,", . . 'I ami h?Iere, grand-.nero, , behold your . Nichetto 1. Dost know me ? Your, little one I All ribbons, laces, • ilincryad ill my kerchief--rilte as soft ' ?wvriirant you as sonme the 'grand aIdies wiear ; aild 'iy. shoes so beitu :.tiftll ; edder far tihan the rl.trawber ries oin the -strian inounltain sides. 'ITen'il y violets' ail, grand-mere, see how fair' they are and sweet-so sweet ! Cailst guess who gave them to,: rue ?...Why Pascalet, to be sure, pauvre garcon-he who followed us all the way froin France. The fool ish one. l -Yes, I'll throw these at lis'' Majesty's feet, and he will sml li...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE SMALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THE SMALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD. Anothler trulinph for America I Sihe has produced thie siaiLLIest I Ian ill the world. EffTtete England Is again outdistanced In tih march of progress. Thile - mani in - question is - Major Guntz, of Iowa. " Gantz ' suggests that his forefatllers were made in Germiany but thile " Major" stamps himn as a genuine American product. SHef is 37 ycars 'old, woeighs thirty .pounds, and is oitly eighteen inches high. Ills father is a farmer, six feet high, and scaling 11 stone ilbs. Thle Major's brothers and sisters are all of ordinary size, so that if a larger man than hhnself threatens to punch hint on thile smnit of his head he can threaten to tell his big brothers. He went to school till he was 21. But he was not a "good little boy,", however. In his case the master laid all the accent on the little and none on the good. He was very mischievous in school, but asserts that he never got a " lick mng.'' He thinks this may be the reason why he never grew. As i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

T"HE BLR~CKMILERS" a Stirring Romance of England and Australia. next week.

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THE FAMILY DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THE FAMILY DESCRIBED. A , t vui,.Igh MII) lO' LentIluII v')I I'((I1 Viasia l, p11 113 I III(I 'iiiII ithiia " Ill. Nh', HoI gitiji tityI .ll l.l' ai SIiut h iv, otJII1 III iiiWIt(~I( I ii llliii Ui '1( 1111(1!1iii.)11 11 11~ 1 111

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

'' 1l peyning enapt(i's oi "° FT- LEOOMS SF DEST''INY" will be found in ilis ksstje.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

GENERAL INFORMATION. --o....-.-+.----- + It takes ;iearly 4lb. of grapes to make a bottle of ?ine. - The number of men eziployed onll liritish railways is nearly 400,000U. -+- White cats with blue' eyes when old areanlmost invariably.deaf. 4-* T'here is neither thundler nor lightning withiln thebo Arctic circle. -*1 .Some of the stars move with a velocity of nearly 50 miles a second. Most of the patients in a lunatic asylum have black or blrowlln eye's. --4-t A process for. sakiig artilicial, horsehair ihas been invented by at Continental chemist. Japan lihas no laws for tile pIro tection of labour or restricting the employment of women anllld ibilhireli. 'he expectation of life, to-lday4 in England is three yeuars loilgr thanl it was in 1854. In Cairo tihe proportion of bIlind people to the population is one to every twenty inhabitants. - A kangaroo consumes as IImuch grass as s,? sheep. Tl'here re but about 000,000 left ill Australia. -*- Anl eel halns two sepalrate hearts. Ole be...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE APPLICATION OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THE APPLICATION OF IT. AMrs. Lasuell began, it by remarking : " 1 had such a lovely time at the clubthis after non." Larcell laid down rils paper like a well trained' husband. " Which' elub ?" he in quired;: " the,, Politicult Diseuseiun Society 'or the League,.for the Advancement of Humanity ?"_ "'Neither; it' was the Circle of Ethical IHarmony.; This, is Wednesday, you know; tile other two meet on. Tuesdays and Thurn days." . 1 had forgotten." said Lascell,apologeti cally ; ".somehow I can never keep those :daye straight in my. head." "Nor a business man, you're undeniably atupid about some things," commented his wife; " but I' notieeyou nover forget on what nigl?tyour lodge nmeeta" " Oil, that's differeot." " I should hope so; I ahouldn't like to think that I ever came from my club in the condition-" ' You are forgetting, my dear, that you *were going to tell me about this affair this afternoon." " Oh, yes, eo I was. Well, we had the most interesting time you can imagine." " Who ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. TO-MORROW'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

ORICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. TO.MORROWY'S PLAY. Caledonia v. Kinglask, ak Kinglake. Christmas Hills v. Kangaroo Ground, at Christmas Hills. Panton Hill a bye. CALEDONIA V. KANGAROO ROUND. This match, which was commenced the previous daturday, was fluished last Satur day. At the time of drawing stomps the first day Kangaroo Ground had lost six wickets in their second itnlnags for a total of 51 runs, of which Topping had contri. buted 20. Only 9 more runs were added last Saturday, and the innings closed for a total of 60 runs, leaving the visitors 85 rune. to get to secure a win. They commenced well ; 23 rune were up on the fall of the 'irst wicket, and 40 when the second wicket fell,. Goodson, Duell, and Fitch batting well.. The next hatsman, however, failed to score. P. Glernon, who followed,contributed 22, and flatteved the hopes of his side, but on the fall ofhlis wicket the remeling bhatsPin ?ade 'lia poor stiand, the ast" three b e;'ls men only contributing I rao,and the-nninogs...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL;. The annual mreting of this Council was held at- the Couneil-Ohnamber, Kangaroo Ground Hotel, .ann Monday last,' there' biino. presenti.--The Prasi. deit (Cr Laetrey) anil'Crs Bell, Bith,l Herbert,. l3 orris, Sniedley, and Taylor. AUDITouR' REPORT. . Eltham, 5th Nov., 1902. The President, Ors., and Ratepayers, Shire of Eltham. Ladies and Gentlemen, I have to report the completion of audit of your acconnis for the year ending Septemhbr last and that I found them in order. I do not certify to the correctness of the apportionment ofr'receipts and expenditure to the different ridings. Rates abandoned nmtouimted to £29 11e, considerably ahave Ihe average of previous years. Your Shiro Secretary courteously complied with all my requirements. . I have the honor to he, Your obedienti servant, ,FraAK H. CLARK, A.I.A.V., S Gotrlniuont Auditor. 'The Secretary explained that the "appottiontnent tt tho different ridilgs" was out of the province of the auditor's work, The Sec...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

BOURKE EVELYN 'ORICKET Aceording': tl- .driaw the1 clubs, take the followirig. nunibe?et . -=.".: ",,. Arthur'sCreek Central: 1-I ', W hittlise ~". ''." ':'.. 2 Upper Diosd Creek .:. Dilam? ind Creek ...-/,. -....^ 4 Ar- A tlidr's OTrek : 5.?: . l:5 = :: Greenabohiugh ... , ." FIRST ROUN: 1 r.rI " 2 ' ' 3 v. 2, " 5v, 6 6v 4J t? . N Tr.8 Ia& t Dec" . 2h U O&Jan I1 No. 2 & 2 .t 4,2 ___ v_2 an17 & 24 Fb 28 & Mar. .7 4, 3 2,3 6`5 4 v,6-: Jan: 81 Feb: Marb 14& 31 Iv4 3v1 3v6 544 Feb. 14 &21 2--y4 - _ _ ' NOT -,TIwn Saturllas vchit' (27th Decemaber and 3rd January). The matches to he played on the grounds of the clubs first uientioped.

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KINGLAKE V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

KINGLAKE V. PANTON HILL. Played at Panton Hill on the 22nd and 29th November, and resulted in a win for lKinglake by 10 wickets and 5 runs. Follow ing are the scores: PANTON HILL, First Iuulugs. W. Plunkeit, b Wm. Murphy ... 8 A. Cracknell, b A. Hubbard 1 Howard, b A. Hubbard ... 0 R. Spry, c, b Win Murp hy 19 W, bpry, a, b A. Hubbard ... t9 Powel, b Ym urphy ... 0 8. Cracknoll, o, b J. lubbard .... I W, Oracknell, b A. Hubbard 16 P. Plunkott, n A. Hubbard .., I 0. Spry, b J. Hubbard ,. 8 bchuler, not out ... 1 Sundrles ,,. ' . Dowling Analysis. Wm. Murphy, a for 17 I A. Hubbarl, 6 for 47 1 J, Hubbard, 2 for 23. Second Innings. W, Plunkett, b A, Hllbbard ..,, I W, Spry, b A. Ilubbar ... 13 O. lpry, b A, lubbard ... I K. Spry, b J. Murphy .. 80 8. Cracknoll, b A. Iubbard ... O lloward b J. Hubbard ,,. 4 W. Oraunell, , b J. Hlubbard .,, 8 A. ('rackaell, b J. lubbard 1 Bobuler I b w, b J. Murphy ... II 1', Plulkett, inot out .. Powoll, absent ,,, " 0 Sundries ,,, ,.. 7 84 Iowlling Anal...

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EXTERMINATING KANGAROOS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

EXTERMINATING KANGAROOS.i 'lTheo kalngaroo r is uidergoing iui, oisluSiightl by the hillnttei's of AUSLt ralia .'very like that lwhich 'l?tfel the hIidtilo l l n l Aerica.. r Itt is only a matter of time . nbow wheli this extraordinary deniso of. tho Australian bush will ,be as rare?as thile bulTalos iin the United States: •Already il.ts is m npossblse-'.to ?Ihdis. kaiigarooo within 200 iiiiles of' Syd=' ney. You "have to go into the' in-? terior for themn: There they will still be found in 'comparative plenity but the slaughter as it is. now car-, rled oil, will make an ind of them very soon. Kanlgaroo hunting is', cansideidd great sport iit Ailstralia, but ,for sportsmen it is a little too much like butchery. A kungaroo hunt, is a wholesale affair. Thirty or 40' persons alake ui .t , party.. They build a long fence, or rather two long fences, running towards' each other, so as to meet at an angle. This trap, for it is nothing more, is about 10 feet high. Now ai kan garoo canlnot j...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

wJHi TLESEa. (FROM OUR OWN CORRE?SPONDENT.) The Whittlesea Police Court was held on Thursdayv,the 27th iult ; w(hen' thu presiding jnustice's wet.r Alesrs.i C. Draper (chairmnt), E: R.' Oi"ba ell, and .W. Thoitas, 'J'P,. There wore( number of caies t ried; the first being thee Metropolitan "Boatird of Works. v. W. Grimshaw, trespass of cattle Mr Hall apprared for the Board and Mr Harvey for tht defoe dant. 'W. Olney, being sworn, deposed that the defendant was id charge of 75 head: of cattle that were trespas?ing oil the Board's property on the 28th of October last on a fiat near the track. The cattle were siveral chains in on the Bnoard's land. John Wilson, reeident ionslectr, deposed, after being sworn, that he had authorised Olney to impound, and that there was no road where the cattle were trespassaig. Evidence of the authority of the Board under seal having been put in, the Board's case closed. Mr Harvey, after contending no case had been made out, called the defetndant, who, b...

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THE NEW SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THE NEW SIBERIA. ,-·E Mllr. Foster-l.'raser went to Siberia oin a missionl of !cu'iosity, with the avcrage Brit ish Irecjudice agaicst Ilussia half expecting to feed on hor rors, and with the intention of writing onle imcore volume to show holw cruel the Itussiat is. Icn. his booIk " The Ileal Siberia," ' lr 1'ruiser writes : " Of courso 1 saw omuch to coldmlltl ; but 1 saw soIcLe thllig else. 1 saw that the populitr idea about' Sibcria is altogetherc wrolng. 1 saw it lauld capable of icmcleisu ngricultural possibilities, great stretches of prlailic waiting for the pilough, huge forests, ncagliifi ceclt watecrways, candcl big townsl with line stores, withl great hotels. ivith electric light glecinlig everywhilere" " 'le soollcer Johlll Iull Irecognlcises this iclmiortcLmit fact the better, for it will be It hIad day for itii if lie faiils to grlasp the full sigiilllicence of whait at living iprosperous Siblierlia lllmeans to Ilissia, iland its far-reaiclh iclg inillenice oii the wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

J, I, T M ;K ?'Y, JL R I, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Plac: (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 16 yearn mattufaltnrilng for IHolle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Laoe ,of Afellnarntr Markset). The only legitimate Prdnce Merchants in the District. " AltOIl spplies always on hand of the .,J nfllnwin[ : Bone Dust saperphosi,late(Cum .ming, Stnth &Co.) Oats, feed whole and erushed ,, Tartarianu, Algelia-, ) Danish, r lotut Victorian Geed Yorkshire Bero 'enn and Strata , an gem.less than Melbourne prices h- . 'e"o ayl raa, Pollard, Straw -. ?i eal, RIye, Tates, Reck Suit. red Mater, Glrrtn Seeds. =.verythlng in the tINE UNLY kept in stock. AGENT for he colebrated U lalitif. A call will eneince ererybody. S. H. W. PITHER, .L.V'?DA.L.E. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Palent) aTUI7IY AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FO(JRENT Dl:VIL0, Are still to the fore. Cannot be heaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricaltural Implements, &...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

IHEIDELBIERG COUNCIl. .:: EDnESDAY, 2GTII NOvEmNDR. Present-Cr "iord (chairman in., -abserci' pýe (h Pre?sid'nl,,who was ill) :. •adI. C G Lugton,.. Weddell,. Word, Da?e;, . Kapleh,. etel R. ollasio.i. (Just a quore,,,). . ..,; n ORntBPrINDNHOE. SF'om Sydney Arnold end 'Co., inti." mating tilt it was the intention of ,hl. owiners of Ohelswor, h estate to partly form M' rshall street, and ri'q'eseiiig the eoneiuil to fix levels -Referred to the Secretary anld Enegi.net'er to see thalt everything is in order, and tlhat itl pro. p.r procedure is foilowed. (MAarshall street runs elotng the western boundary of the estate frnol Studley road). From Wm. Rtvett asking what step's are neceassry to obtain water supply from Yen Yeann to his promises.--Mr Rivets to be referred to the Metropoli-. tan Board of Works for iltformatioo. From the Crown Solicitor, request ing consent to alignment of Carter street, as shown on plae.--litcon. mended that consent he .given as re,~qested. r- re. ithe erit ...

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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

'OPYRIGOlT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. UCIIAP'T'I!tS I. to IV. - Jack IlBnudl ford and George U(aringtnn ae friends at Rilsbuery. Tie former proposes to lMiss Lunsrille, but is injected, but Catington winr and itarries henr. BUlndfnrd speedily IlUpVUoed to a Miss Hairwood, and being Ilcculeted nlmarrie, her. Mrs. Carington ickens nnd dies in a foreign land. Illand fold, in the meantime, falling into diffi culties, is given the post of manager of C3aringtou's mill. After Ihe deathof hi vlife Carington received an Intimation from Blandford that the basiness in ruined owing to the latter having gambled on tie Stock Exchange and loNt. Next day, the cotton mastor, Car ington, is found poisoned with laudanum administLrd by his own lhand. CHAPTER V. .A WHITE IIMUlOtNiN WORLD. Tle scene of our atlry now changes to Ilnitlher thriving town some scores of aliles from Ellsbury. The time is almost ;weutty yeari later, and the n-ime of tile place is Sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

A SKIPPER IN A FOG A Story of a Mariner's Torpid Liver. The Case of Mr. P. 0. WISSING. (ya £ocal Repoarl). With a retrospect of thirty years' rosi dence in dilront parts of Australa, Mr. Paul OGristian Vslssmng, of Io. (iU Nelson-rodd, South Melbourneo, is on titled to contribute his views on matters coneoorning the welfare of his fellow colonists. He recently remarked to the writer: "I have travelled round nearly the whole of the Australasian coast and for two years I was mate of the old 'Cleo atra' trading between Mlelbourno and Frmantle." "Are you a sea-faring man now, Mr. Wissing?" ,"Not exactly-partly because I am getting up In years, but I enjoy a mil dor kind of excitement tha is provided in mid-ocean by running a steam launch up the Yarra, as far as Hawthorn for the convoenleuce of pleasure-seekers. I am master and part-owner of the 'Wanda,' and many a good yarn I have had with passengors about tohe way 1 eluded old grim Death a few years ago. HIe had me fairly in his clutch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. CHrita?AS AND NEw YEAR ,X:CURIo?ONS. Holiday rxcutsion~tiiekts eill he issued to and frew all stations (-nlburl an excepted). -fre.r 13th December till :lt January (both eliday ineluivre. Suiltays excepted), available fler return for one calendar moutll from date -of isrste. The journey mast be commencedl on the date the ticket is issued, and may.be brukeu. (,ee posters.) IR. G. KINT, Secretary. Shire of Eltham. TN OTIC is hereby given that all comrn rmunientiou iuteudel to be dealt with - at the following monthly sitting, of the Council must reach the Secretary on the Friday preceding the lday of meeting. (:. S. WINGROVE, Setretary,Eltham. Shire Council. Eltham. December 1, 1902. Grazers Wanted. OO)D Grass river frontage. Further partlculars apply to Fairic,. Kangaroo Ground. Wanted to Exchange A TW(I-HORItEs WAGGON for ONIE 11016SE WAGGON. Apply to J. DUGDALE, Queenstown. For Sale, H ORSE, price £. Apply to OR_ , RIiED, Quteenstown. For Sale, A BOUT 18 ?Toes Go...

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