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WONDERFUL PHOTO-TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

WONDERFUL PHOTO-TELECRAMS. ----·E·e-- In the autumn the Imperial Ger man postal administration will. be giln the permanent working of the telegraph line between Berlin aiid Cologne by means of the wonderful now system of Messrs. Anton Pollek. and Joseph Virag, of Budanlest. -In all pr:obability England will be next; to follow suit. Thile. General Post 01lice has a highly favourable olis ion of this sensational invention and Amelrican experts were simpllly de lighted with it,' when they had a chance of seeing.It at work in Rludu pest,Berlin; Filume, and other places. lThe tests to which the Pollak Virag systemi was put, all of which. it stood splendidly, resulted in the fairy-like speed of, ancordilg to the respective' tensions and resistanllces, from (10,000 to 150,000. words per houlr, or 70 to 220 characters per secolnd, although the invention--of ficially called " rapil telegraph," whereas in reality it Is telephoto graph or phlloto-telegraphi, no '* knocking " at all being done ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DANGEROUS GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

A DANGEROUS CAME. Carl, I don't believe you truly love me. Mildred Reynolds looked at her lover half archly, as if she defied him to say he did not love her, half-pleadingly, as if she longed for him to contradict her warmly. Carl Langlois reddened . under her gate. " What nonsense, Mildred, of course, I love you. Why else would I come a hundred miles to spend an evening with you ?" he replied a trille impatiently. " Then, why "-Mildred began bravely, but she in turn coloured and looked embar rassed. Surely Carl knew that she longed to ask him why he had twice postponed their marriage, and on this visit, when Rho had expected him to ask her to oet the day for the ceremony, he had not done so. True, he had bought her a beautiful bracelet and had seemed affectionate and loving; yet somehow Mildred felt that caresses, and the fact that he did not broach the subject which she had hoped he would settle on his visit vaguely alarmed her. For she loved Carl deeply and was unhappy in trie ho...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROM SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

FROM SOUTH AFRICA. An airmy oficer in cliargo of ri liative 'district in South Afiic dur-'-' ing the late war presented the Kiif-. fir boy "who acted as his particultr' ,servant with a:pair of stiong, 'hoa ily-nailed," ainmunition boots. ''lhe boy (says " Cassell's Saturdy .Journal" ) was delighted' with thu gift, bndiat once sat down 'and put the, boots: on . 'lhey : were the very first pair he had ever had in his, life and for several days alter he strut ted proudly. about in the camp in .them, his only other article of clothing being a leather waist belt with a goat skin tuft dependent from it in front and back. But the Kaffir appeared a few duys later as usual in bare feet, with his. b6ots tied round his neck. " Hulla, Threehapence I " said his master, for that was the name lhe went by, " why . don't you wear your boots ? Are they.' too smlall for you 7 " " Oh, no, sah," replied .'I'hrecha pence, " they plenty big. Berry nice boots, saih, but no good for walking or iunning. Make...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A MANIAC'S FREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

A MANIAC'S FREAK. " I have heard of vernusu whose hair was whitened through excessive filr, but, as I never saw myself any one so affected, I am disposed to be incredulous on the subject." The above remark wasi madeto Dr. Maynourd, au w ws t on the piazza of his pretty villa, discussing the dilferent effects of terror on dissimilar temperaments. Without replying to me, the doctor turned to his wife, and said: " Helen, will you please relate to my old friend the incident within your own expe rience ? It is the most convcining argument t can advance." I looked ait Mr. Maccurd in surprise. 1 had observed thalt her hair, which was luxu rianot, and dressed very becomningly, was purely colourless : but, as she was at young wuoman and ulto a au y pretty ol:e,l surliseed that it was powdered to heighten the bril liancy of her line dark venyes. The docto anod I had been fellow-students but, after leaving college, we had drifted atlirt; 1 to commelunce practice in an Lantern eity,he to pursue...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION TO MR. JOHN MERRIMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

COMPLIMENTARY   SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION TO MR. JOHN MERRIMAN. A complimenstary social andt presen- tation was tendered to Mr John Merriman, at the Kangaaroo Ground Hall on   Friday evening last. There was a bumper attendance, and a very enjoy- able evening was spent in dancing, songs, recitations, &c., but the most important part of the programme took place immediately after the refreshment hour, when Councillor John Bell, J.P., in an appropriate speech explained that the object of the gathering that evening was to offer to Mr. " Jack" Merriman and his newly-made wife - he having been united to Miss Annie Long, of Lower Plenty, the previous Wednesday - their very best wishes for a happy and prosperous future, and also to acknowledge, in a small way the services, rendered as M.C, by Mr. Merriman at many a social function at Kangaroo Ground. As they were not certain as to what would be the most acceptable gift, it had been decided to give a cheque, an...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HOW PARROTS ARE TRAPPED IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

HOW PARROTS ARE TRAPPED IN NEW ZEALAND. :lier Now~i ZdahLiid f kakapo, ?"r lairge palirrot, withli all its credlt for litirlns; allows itself to bd caught in a very siniple' manncr. lit -th' dusk 'of' the early -dawn w( rites- a" correspondent .of Chunis ") the.:Ml{oris; carrying tritle kakapos; tied to long sticks,. siti off. to hunt. .These are the call birils who used to attract by their scrcailns the large flocks 'of kakapos flying o?erhead. H hile one Maori tetliers the call liirid? byy the l'g, and: set's"thein Scretitiing td ile full extent of their lIisty' luidg, iuidthlr cuts as mainy" perchlis as thiere are men In' thii huniting pat'ty fronl the neighbouring hinah. Ily means of' flax bands these 'are' lashed firmly to different ports' of the little hut or " whatre " '( in which the hunters secrete themselves) so us to act as perches for the un suspecting birds. Each perch is so fixed that, it can lie drawn itito the " whare " through the root.. On the perches are placed ru...

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THE NAVAL BATTLE OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

THE NAVAL BATTLE OF THE FUTURE. In the next naval battle the ships engaged with be arranged in three categories. Nearest to the enemny's array will be the battleships drawn up in oie line IIn close order as of old ; they will, as a rule, ,follow each other, just in the samll way as sdid the ships of a century ago, lint atL R lilgtfi speed in liIe of a slow one Utllilke' tthe old liners the imodern battleships will not come to close :(itter.i. 'lThey will usd their guns, iottt :. tliiusket-shot range, , or, say S20(ti yalrds, but att' ranges appioacit iltg B1,000 to 41,000 yards. They will lot:'colioe' a iLliln 2,000 ySrds. of thbilr oltpolteint lest they be torped-, II'Larther fromi thle enietly thaIn the, battle-I tie Will ie. the: crhisers,l trtlsi.tlgatiltlyto gius, tis do thlrel . lieay conlsorts .but keepng at' a greaiiteri railge ??it ' o'ilel t,'to 'ge-t "thlld:' tways c ieg iistnc favou'rable chance' olTeri, they allght' sulllpport the toir licd i.ritaftr iit a disi' it the ...

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IN A SICK ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

IN A, SICK ROOM. A I(alti ck y In nnwr WII nick . of a f.ver. I I In wlfo IVUK told to kaei hIrlek tIlhosl TlIIIe fIlver ran Its en:cnu of wlyll ,1OI 1113'M,. '11113 tIII1IIwI Ilty ynut. chickons worn hatehou ou mt.

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AT A CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

. AT A CRICKET MATCH. S-- A isomewhat. nillte dilsmiss|l of a Iitninianll lcurl'rTl I in Ceylu?1 iil a Iln?ch ILtweenl Lot?liI of huidlerd s of Ithe It. A., nld iI l. . V. A certain gilllnlr was fht.ing in the " counII try."'' 'The aill wa lilth high in the till Iin his lihrectihi. llu ran? back wilnrds to catch it, but lllsJudLginll It., di nt gel, his ha?nlds Iuderlneath Ili\wv?,'l hi, just inalnged Lt Ireach it niti then it strange thing hllppen cld. 'The ball 1t bt110l plump on t110 Cup iof his pla intlhij li(t (i rtgnlatio ialli, it wllent ri'gIt throlugh, restiang on I1h head inslle., ills Illlot was flat tened l lnn"iwhatl. over his, earcs, anid so lie ciuaght tUe ball I $t was rou(II4 oin thoIL tintsniLaLL, though the lcltlalnlln problably foulll it ratLher bard.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

The opening chapters of "TTHE BLIIeKMAILEIRS" will be round in this issue. 11 11 Illl \rll ho1 nijilidl Ul ill-I ll'cl II~I I':I)II) hug (ILtuly II'11 II' IhllhAUKNIAlhIlIH,' fly' a1 yll kiowan liii1 Ilo111n hhirhhhhig 'IiihatIa'llllil M l~ I1)I1I1 1 al.lahRII)I aaahha hi)1( hiaavaa 111It

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

Biliousness. Not only IIs the liver the loitret noil one of the mott imil.ortullt urgan. i the htmil it body, but whllen eronid it bI)tciles the Nogure of vndlein uiIfrliig. WIhen the liver is eclogged by the Iiiittivity of the kidtonys anud ow tiel, t hl,?nI mes torp'lli I IIfalls to tiller the Iile froll thr hlo, il, hIu pri nlulOin Iiillou isnvsR illl g nlilrnl I llltl 'rinllelt of the dilgesti?e' psteim. lTh ItgI gue cunti.lI tihe hral lnrht, digenltion I ime rfeet ; thire Is ithingi of the hltbs awI ?ik, feeligv of ullnel ", w1 ,lv ill anod ?n?hlle'1 IIVe'r lIIo Ntoll1 stoll a i liver i thI I v e I! ioml iii w llow and J?a ndiceI l AI i tI hl Ciplexiun mIIIly, andl urin t! Ianlllty uid hlghll colored, , ild tihe Iwwils Irrgular, coiutill iiuI l loouIsen,?.L slltrn tllig. 'thine I lith, ou of t t i nl the Iler separaterly, nt It enn never Ire Nit rlllght until the kin hys inJ t bluiu nime r henr, Retrlle In temil lg the e ivte 1 t IIIl rhI frcil the toly. It It flo thil vt'y 'a?...

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KANGAROO GROUND V. CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

KANGAROO GROUND V. CHRISTMAS :HILLS.? . This match was;commenced last Soturday afternoon on the OChristmas HUill cricket ground. ;ITheweather was showery, and the conditionse ,re?e not f.tvorable for a good display of cricket. The visiting team batted first an'd we.. all dispnsad of for a total of 87 ru?ine, which Juhn Kenneedy contributed 31 by good n,tibttractive .hattinig. Thue ether hatitmen Who gat intodoublefisnres were J. Speeors.(13), 'E Anldrews (12), and W. Nicholas (11).. At, time of drawing stumps the_ home tenm: had compiled 41 ,uns for the- lois of 3 wickets, W. Dohnt making 11, O. Cnm. berlnnd (12 not ou'),.nad G0. Love (8 not ou:). The match will be .resumed, to-morrow. afternoon. -

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MANIFESTO OF THE NATIONAL CITIZENS' REFORM LEAGUE TO THE CITIZENS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

MANIFESTO OF TIIE NATIONAL CITI ZENS' IEFIORM LEAGUE TO' THIE CITIZEINS OF VICTORIA. Gentlemen The League is watching with greot con cern the position of l'arliatentary and Economio Rleform and is hopeful that the firmn attitude of the present Government will result in a sunbstatiul measure of Reform and economy with efficiency, " The two lending planks of the League's Platfolal" It is hoped this much dearned result will speedily beconm an nccomplished fact. The prompt passaga of the Retrenchment Bill through the Assembly which measaro deals with the higher as well as the lower paid employees of the State and which became absolutely necessary owing to the exigencies of the country clearly showed the desire of the present Parliament to carry out the mandate of the electors, and it is hoped that the same zeal will be exercised in dealing with the Coustitutional Reform proposals. The Council of the Lcagnuasks its branches sad members to urge that the whole weight of public opinion be b...

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KINGLAKE V. CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

KINGLAKE V. CALEDONIA. These, teams miet t - Kinglake on Saturdayn afternoon last. -The visitors won the toss anld decided to send tihe home team in to. hat, butrowing" to a dense fog coming on, making it imposs ihle to see the outfield, pluy had to be abandoned for the day, when Kingleke had.make 80 odd runs for the loss of no wickets.

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HUSBANDS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

HUSBANDS WANTED. A Japanese girl who desnlres ( get mnrried doom not hesitate I. Iluforl tlhe public of ier dhaire,. In a recent in?un of the Jallanneh journal, " Kananaj'jva Mhimbuna," one of these girls, who nigns herself "ll nlorjunhsi," to very outpolLe1 o1) this poinht. as I he fo!. lownl IlOtiole sInuws: I, tle Ilndersignell, initi a pretty girl, with albundsilt lirlr, flowerelike fc?vt, pel lest reo browns, land I good Ilgire. I llal mloney enohll L lIakl llf asny s111d istlll ll l e tiot spenld tli' y'rlr with nilln htl.oved mil wtho will iover Iho 111y s' tl lotllt, inelt w lI) olint dllmire the Ilowrn wit.h un bIy daiv at11l thi moon Iby Ighl. If iy i 'lvlerl, titnt stltnlliehd, h si tli , n1l0 I111 t tltLdl sn giti?t l iant It in I. pieel Ito Il''elt thii tiler, I 1111 an ulnn1e 1111 LIia I s1 lll e tir~ tl hi for life, titlit that, aft?r Ill Iln o eir, I will llt reilly totl I tII irled with ll iit i l llll grl II., " Ih, lal lie't slgll the iil er, I It every tlitte I t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

" That this Conncil haso noticed with much regret that certain members of the Legis lative Assemnbly who very largely owe their success at the late elections to theassistance of the RIeform League are apparently plac. lng obstacles in the way of the early panstge of the Reform Bill as introduced by the Gonvernmet, and it enjoins the memberi of the League in the various constituencies to ie particularly watchful of the attitude of their Representatives."

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BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

BOURKE.EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. According to the draw the clubs take the following numbers: Arthur's Creek Central... 1 Whittlesea : .., ... 2 Upper Diamond Creek..,; 3 Diamond Creek... ... 4 A rtur'sOreek ... ... . Greensborough ... ... 6 FmrST RouwD. Oct. 25 & Nov. 1. Dec. 6 &.13 Irv2 - 1 3 v4' . '3v2 i 5 v6 6Y4 Nov. 8 & 15 Dec. 20 & Jan 10 4v1 'v-v3 2 v5 2 0O Nov. 22 & 20 3v5 4 v 2 ... SBcoNw IOUNDln. Jan. 17 & 24 Fveb, 28&' Mar, 7 2v1 ''v5 4 v 8 2'v'3 v5 ' 4v6 Jan. 81 & Feb. 7 March 14'& 21 1v4 3vl 3v6 v4 5v2 0v2 Feb. 14 & 21 0v1 5r3 2v4 No'T,-Two Saturdays vecant (27th )rceuahber and 3'ill Januasry). The, toltches toi he played on the grio'l slll of the clilie fIt'll Iiettll iln o ll , i t ?Iu an" nl lhlelly nl lt a I biy aIL t kiver) ee lith hels IhorIi hl)y inelllt caIl well. wa ihd I Ino brunshd i ul I rndl Iy lettilg lff hout, gtrad nit tirty litter. It It tot r'?ted, an the! f rlehrn ay, hy ...

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HE KISSED HER FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

HE KISSED HER FOOT. A distinguished German professor, dur ing a visit to Paris, preseanted himself at the house of a well-known lady to whom he had forwarded letters of introduction. When the servant opened the door and received his card, she conducted him to the boudoir and told him to be seated. " Madame will come immediately," said she. Soon the lady entered, attired in is loose morninggown, and with bare feet coveted only with loose slippers. She bowed indiffer ently, and said : " Ah, good morning. She threw herself on a chair, let fall a slipper, and extended her very pretty foot to the professor. lie was astounded, but re membering the German custom to kiss a lady's hand sometimes, he supposed that it was the Paris modo to kiss the font. So he at once imprinted a kiss on the faecinaling foot before hinm. "Who are you, sir, and what do you mean ?" exclaimed the lady an she sprang up, highly indignant. He immediately gave his name. " Then Joe are not a chiropodist ?" said she. "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

N' ' Notice. M/ . GEORGE COUTIE heirr to infarm the travelling pbhlin that he has bought Mr. Wilsot's LINE OF COACiHE4 running from Eltham Ittllwav Station to Queenstown. Two coaches as hererofore will he run daily to and fro, and an extra coach on Saturdays (if required) to moeet the 6 50 p.m. train. Royal Mail Line of Coaches. Heidelberg to Eltham. A. WILSON, Proprietor. T RAVE lelidelberg 7.45 a.mn. and I 45 LAp il. leave Eltlhau 9 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. (i Fares 6d each way. Medical Notice. r , RDON' PHILLIPS, LI.R.C.P., Lotd., M.II.C.S., ERtg., L.S.A..Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, lltham. 1.30 to 2 p.nm. . Ealgaro'o Ground (if instracted at Bci delberg before II a.m.) Every Friday AT" J Oreenaborough, 1.30 Lo 2 p.m. T)imonuud Creek, 3.:10 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, • [ ISITS : LTitlr. 'Tuesdays, 12 noon. GREsNSBonoeon, Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m DiAmotxn Casgs, Fridays, 3 p.m. ODR, J, T, CHAPMA. YARRA GLEN ('TIBITS SANGAROO GROUND Every Mond...

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THE ROBBERS AND THE NOBLEMAN. AN UNEXPECTED DENOUEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902

THE ROBBERS AND THE NOBLEMAN. AN UNEXPECTED DENOUEMENT. An English nobleman was, at a time far back, travelling front town to a neat in the country, accompanied by no one except his outriders. He had proceeded nearly twenty miles, when the road lay through a small wood; and he had but just entered this, when the carriage was suddenly surrounded by six mnet on horseback. Two of these secured one of the attendants, two another: the remain ing two held pistols through tire side win dows of the carriage. •' Your pocket-book, my lord," said one of the highwaymen, whose countenance was hiaeous. The auke put his hand into his pocket, drew out his purse, and presented it. " I beg pardon, my lord," said the robber; it is your pocket-book I want.' While utter ing thean words he weighed the purse with his left hand, and cocked the pistol with his right, The duke retained his presence of mind,and drawing forth ins pocket-hbook, gave it to the highlwayman, who deliberately opened it. When the fe...

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