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ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
ARTHUR'S OCREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) On the 6th ultima a concert was held in ihe Arthur's Creak State school by the children antbpding the school. The popular teachers, Mr ind Mrs Haunttn, had spared no pains to make the concert a success, which it un douhtedly was. T'Jh proceeds were in aid pt the fund to provide an organ Mud lihavig Itrýý?(,ta~hdrsom.r utun ag,,. The programmeno wal well given, and of a very interesting character. Tlhe Chairman of the Board of Advice (Mr Walter Thomas) presided, and in his opening address impressed upon the parents and children the necessity of regular attendance at school. He aila gave a meed of praise to Mr and Mrs lntaronet for the way in which they conducted their schools and the trouble. that they took in preparing the little ones for their part in the concert. . The programme was as follows:-Chair msan's address; flag song by t upper Iboys; recitation, " Little Fishes," by lit girls ; sono, ".Silver Lake,".5th and 6th class girls ;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA. THE RIlGHT KEIEbT. A RAIDb CHANHEL The Case of Mrs. F. PRICE. (Bye Melbourne Reporter.) Considerable surprise was oxpresel by Mrs. Florence Price, of No. 627 Cha pel-street South Yarra, that our re porter hal only lately heard about the cause of that lady having acquired so much popularity. Why said Mrs. Price, "I thought everybody know about it. At all event, they ought to, so you had better aib down anl note what I have to say. One of my dear little children died some time ago, and I worried so much over it's loss that I nearly died too. It does not mend matters to fret too much, but then we women cannot help it. I gave way to a fit of despondency, and the ter rible pains that came in my head seemed to affect my brain, for I used to sit and mope like one in a trance. I was very ill for several months, being without sleep the greater part of the time. and my nerves were greatly shaken. I was affected in a meat alarming manner with nervous fancies which uesd to se...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) "SOFTY." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
(ALL RioBrs RSERstvs.) " SOFTY." BY WILL PAYN14 Somebody has said that '' a lie will travel round the World whilst Truth stops to tie up her shoe-laces," and that was. I soppose, the reason why in less than twenty four bourn after Bully Barker had christened recruit Beecher " Softy " everybody in camp knew it. The name belied Ueecher. It was the fruit of judgment too hastily formed, arising from the cock-sule cause and effect syteln ofllen found among persons whose logic is doubtful. Barker had seen Ileecher put the whole of his week's pay into an en velope and post it to hlia ister, and had noticed that. tears fell upon the letter as he addressed it. Now a man who could send all his earnings away like Ihat, and who cried when he wrote home, must manifestly he soft and home-sick-so reasoned Barker and thereupon lie tacked ithe name on his mesamute and announced the same to his little world Had Beecher's past history stood revealed it is probable that his comrades would have formedi ...
MISPLACED CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
MISP CED CONFIDENCE. A newly- arred couple were honey. moaning in t e country, when the first batch of letteor frm nome arrived, and the hus band teasingi proposed to open one addressed to his wife. " Certainly rot," she said, firmly. , But, Philippa," he pretended to re monstiate, " surely you are not going to have any neereto from me now that we are mnaried 1 " "1 lhall not hive any seretes from you but Phyllin might," his wife snld. " That letter Ii hers, lot mine. I eshll probably let you read it after I have, but nut till I am eure that Phyllis hasl told mes nothing but whlat hbe would be willing for you to know." " Still, doesn't it imply a look of coth. deice when a wife wont allow her letters to her hunband I " " Not at all, The lack of confidence la shown by the husband when he demands to roe his wife's letters," This was ilnanswermble, and the husband annk baok in Isla choir with anmulsed delight In his wilfe' peortfne Ilnonlolousnos of loaing laid t good thing, 'rosently ...
ILLEGAL DETENTION OF A HEIFER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
"ILLEGAL DETENTION OF A HEIFER.'. At the Elthtna Police Court on Tuesdny last, 9th inst. (before Mheiasro. Dnocaui (chairman) atad J. Bell, J's.P.), Anthony H enry Scott proceeded ugninst Henry Doig, grazier, of Greenseborough, for the illegil deteuitiop of a heifer. " Mr Williams nppeated for titoi: com-' plinant, and Mr Brayahmy for the dlfendant. In stating the ease for the complain sat, Mr Williams said that in May 1901 his client bought the heifer in question at the COrporaptio Sale yards, Melbourne. He thet took it to his paddock at Diamond Creekand branded it S. Subsequently he put it into " Grace Park" to graze. Dfendantt's cattle strayed into Grace Park, and itn taking them out defendant also took the heifer Ielonging to his client. Plaintiff, in company with his brother-in-law, went to defendant's place and claimed the heifer, but the defeadant refused to give it up and was very abu'sive. No doubt the defenco would be that the heifer in question was one of a number lost by...
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHI'TIItS I. to IV. - Jack Bland fordl and George UCrington are friends at Elasbury. The former proposes to Miss Lonsdale, but is rejected, but Ca,ington wins and marries her. Ulundford speedily proposes to a Miss Harwood, and being accepted marries ier. Mrs. Carington sickens and die in na foreign land. Bland fold, in the meantime, falling into diffi cultins, is given the post of masnager of Unrrigton'n mill. After the death of his wife C'rington received an intimation from Blandford that the business is ruined owing to the latter having gambled on the Stock Exchangeo and lost. Next day, the cotton master, Car ington, is found poisoned with laudanum administerd by his own hand. UHAPTERS V. and VI.-Twenty years have passed in the story, and Doris Lone dale is employed at the mill of the Bland fords. Her companion is Daisy y Raynd both are acquainted with tlhe tackler, Frank Baldwin. At a bIll Doris da...
RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
RANDOM SHOTS. By a Biliots ?Afarlsnmtn. After a prolonged absence, our imp Fastosus suddenly put in an appearance the other day.. " What hi I imp of mine," said I, " what news from Mars, and why ihast thou so forsaken thy master of old during the past few months l'. " WV1ell," said he, " the fact is we latterly have had ructions in that celestial planet, and were it not that one supreme devil appears to satisfy the wants of the universe. it is more than likely your Old N'ick would have had ere this a cotmtlanion-in-arms, a co-reigning monarch of evil. As it is I let hint if with a caution, clipped his wings as it were, for really he was flying too high." " Who," said I, "gaod imp, was flying too high 9" " Oh, by the way," said he, " I did not tell you. It's old Oliver COomwell that causes all the trouble in Mars. You see he only got into Mars as it were Iby tile skinl of Ihis teeth, and I have had nothing but trouble with him since lihe came there. He ought decidedly to have gone to...
ABOUT LORD KITCHENER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
ABOUT LORD KITCHENER. -+ An ollicer of the 'Third Congingent had beetl sentl to Pretoria..- Arriving at liis destination, he was sitting inl it railway carriage awaiting olrders. While ho was enjoying a pipe, it tag gdtl-looking "'gentiletant in kharki" cantlll along the line. ''he stranger wore no stars or other distinguish inlg marks, and (lid not look in any way impressive.. i'assing in front of the young ollicer, he asied : " Col oniattl " " Yes," was the reily. " Whici ? " " Third New Zealaind." " Al, you are to join Plumer." 'hl'hr stranger theitn ieah' tno talk of "inide orders" inll i way that ullr prised the' New 'Zealander, who re marked that hu was awaitilng just' suclh orders' front Lord Kitcheier. " Well, you'vo got them. I'III Kitchelnettr, was the uIllexpected replly T'li New Zeualander tLook this pipeo frotm his mnouth, stond tL) attettioin, anlld began to feel ituncolnforl't.ble billut he foundtl Lol:d Kitchleiier absol utely devoid' of ide atill' a very geti lal of...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 1ST DEC., 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. -----o ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, leT DEo., 1902. "'The ordinary ineeting of this Council was . held at the Council-Chasber', Kangaroo Gd. Hotel, oni Blondey, 1st inst.; there being present :-TThe Presi 4lent (Cr Lawrey) and Cra Bell, Both, Herberber Morris, Smedley, and Taylor. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed sand outward carrespondet.ce approved of. CORRESPONDENCE. From Metropolitan Board of Works, 17th Nov., 1902, as follows :-I beg to invite attention to my letter to you of the 20th ult., relative to proposed orx. penditure upon the road between the e:-,ridge over the Watts River and the junction of the New Chum and Mayer's Creeks, and to request that you will favor me with an early reply thereto. The Secretoay remarked that the decision in the Unger case should make them careful in undertaking to con struct reeds. It was a question whet her it would he wise to , pend on this road the amount prop. ad, while the money was n...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 12 December 1902
The Evelyn Observer Published every Friday Morning &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1908. Just a word with our subscribers and &nbsp; &nbsp; advertisers. It is customary with at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; least a majority of our contemporaries to "drop" an issue each Christmas to &nbsp; allow "the staff" an opportunity to join in the seasonable festivities. Since we have had this paper, ap- proaching close on twenty years, we have not missed the publication of an issue, and as we now feel in want of a little relaxation, and we are sure " our staff" will gleefully welcome "a few days off." we have decided not to issue this paper on the 26th inst. Ad- vertisers will please make a note of this. Entries for the Yarra Glen races close on Monday next, 15th inst. Tenders are invited by the Govern- ment for the supply of forage at police stati...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
J, T, MCKEY, JUNR,, Cordial and Bitter , Manufacturer, Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. " 1 years manufatturtilg for Iloile and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. Se. H. W. Pither (Laste of Melbourne Markets). ?'The only legitimate Produce Merchants in the District. 'T ARGR epplies always on hand of the . J follnwing :- Bone Dust tiaperphaophate (Camming, Rith & C?.) Outs, feed whole and crushed a,, raitarin, Algerian, * Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata gem, less than Melbourns prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw. Barley Rle. Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. "veOryth ng in the LINE ONLY kept in stock. AGBEýT for he celebrated ? Salvitls. A w ll will convince everybody. 8. H. W. PITHER, "LI.LY DALE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Usdee Royal Letters Patent) AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FtOREST DEVILS, Are still to tb ftote. Cannothe beates. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements, &o. Best wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
The Farmers' Club HoteIl BOURKE STREET WEST,.. Near Kirk's Basmar, MtELBOURNE, IS the rondeavous of Farmaor from all parts of the State. A liberal dietary scale with civility., home comfort, and attention. ' SIMON LYNCH, Sole Proprietor (Late Mrs. Bulger). THE HOMELY SHOP For Country Customers who deoire to be served right through by one assistant instead of roamR og from one corteor to another and gathering up numberless parcels. Comfort, civility, attention to. your wants ; choice and large rvariety, and lowest prices, make us popular aith country customers. GRAND Spring All that is newest, nicest, nattiest, and useful(est) Now' showing at BROWN & SCOTT'S, 401, 401a, 403, 403a Brunswick-St., Fitzroy. Orders left in our letter-box on Friday night will be ready for your calling early Saturday morning ESTABLISHED 19 YEARS. GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT TAILOR AND MEN'S MERCER, 334 Smith-st., Collingwood ( Near Joknsaon Sitrcl). Ult IlepreD rntatlie v rlslt this district every fort...
THE NEXT BEST THING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
THE NEXT BEST THING, I" trut,," ahil the new iemlnber of the ollool comnlliltNt " thId you do not hold out to your pIullils tho nislte?ding 0hopu that oiuch one of thmi mIay Ih the PI'ldent Y" " No, lndeed," replied LIh,. domlllllmi. but I do not thnlllk that I trr on (lie sile of lllnprolbhllhily whenll I tlchl them thliit Illnt huen i good cllllarti of b?lnu ni II'IldeninlI Ian?lblilty," 'I'uleriunn: All hit i l'oth,'e iil madeii to UltLir: Bhut whiy ar, Ii ,Iy to tloou ) Talurhuui Iir verY niuul mwuullir
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
COPYRIgtT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK, FOSTER. Synopsis'of Previous Chapters. UHAPTI'tItrB L to IV. - Jack Bland ford and George Uaringtonn ae friends at Ellsbury. The former proposes to -Mics JInsdale, but is rejected, but Caiington wins and marries her. Blandford speedily proposes to a Miss Harwood, and being accepted marries her. Mrs. Carington sickens and dies in a foreign land. Bland fold, in the meantime, falling into difti culties, is given the post of manager of Uarington's mill. After the death of his wife CUarington received an intimation from Bllondford that the businaee in ruined owing to the latter having gambled on the Stock Exehange and lost. Next day, the cotton master, Car ington, Is found poieoaed with laudanum administerd by his own hand. UtIIA'TfifS V. and VI.-Twenty years have passed in the story, and Doris ihona. dale is enmployed at the mill of the Bland fords. Her companion in Daisy Ray, and both are acquainted with the tackler, Frank Baldwin. At a ball...
UPPER DIAMOND CK. V. WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
Ut'PPfR DIA11o1flr Cli: V. VPIITTLBSRA The above matcth wa' s played on the ground of the former club on the 6th 'lnt., and result in a win for Upper Diamond, the Whi'd ea (cam abandoning the match after th.' st day's play. The following are the fItIdny's scores: WIIITTLESEA, First Innings. .? Stewart, b Curtis ...3 biutossh, b Curtis . . 15: Wilhoi, b Curtis ... "5 tlibsop, b Curtis . Owens, e and b Mills .."14't. Mt.Kinzie, I) Mills '2 Bolnu, c, b Mills ' 17 Stotr, b Curtis Coe,, b Curtis' .. .? Huwell, b Mills ,; iutlei, not out t" ° - bhndris` '.. " ' * Bowling Analysls' :: .Curtis, 6 for 25 ; Cox, nueo for 9 .Mills, 4 for 43. UPPER DIAMOND OREIEK. First onlngs.: .Crtls, o and b Wilson .- . .39 Cor, o, b Ilutler .. 25 Ward, , b Wilson 6 Millll, not out ...1 Wilson, b Butler . ' Bheahan;notout .. . ... ..,'j..i Sundries ., .. 6 Total for four wi keta"...s,: + :97 Bowling Analyss. 'Owens, none for 22 1o mith, nue' for I 8 Butler, 2 for 21 ; Wilson, fon" 30.
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
LAW RItLATINO TO NEWS PAPERlS. I. husirlier irlo o not gi'e express notlire to the i·ntrory,are celnslidered its wishing to coolltlitle their iubshrlptlon. 2. If HIIl ielr ier4 order thI disei otllli i ente of their periodihailo, the pnibllvher may co llltulle to sclld lthlil t til arrears ttre 3. If sutI(rihierr reflle or nIIglet to tolre pIriollelsl from the ofllle to which thliy i're dllrntd, t, lhey tire held relspoilolhe untili they hule let!tleld thler I?ls, anit ordn, eId th pllrii lcllrialt to he dl?ieollluetd. 4. If suihserilire movec to othelr inert wilthloult ilfu( cilog p lllln hers, r wlle the plilaprs a r rif 1tll Ia to thei loier dtlrection, rtl liul l llr ll io l iiitheill nti l t0 frell i ri 'l'ln illr l hleei l of llltentl ll l Irn ,l. II i l l n l ies( l ia 'Ithi'i advalot f(ill ietliihlll , tIh y II'V re Ih li l toii lt i ntil lie in the piilli i i, l the reii of the i illl e, Irh llltheyll , i not i lh to I( r tin e I lakit llt ith ot Ihr e tli il t hllilIher Is...
A WIRELESS GAME OF CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
A WIRELESS CAME OICHERS. -4+ It Is not long ago that the ocean voyager had little to expect in the way of diversion except the occas iontl sighting of another vessel, the "pools" on daily runs or the time worn issue as to whether the numb er if the first pilot boat sighted would be odd or even. But since the advent of wireless telegraphy diversions have become more pleonti fal, the last to come into fashion be ing a match game of chess played by aerial messages from rival steamn It was on the morning of June 10, last that the wireless operator of the. Ullnalrder "Ctamlania," got into colnnunmnlcmstion with the American liner, 'Philadelphia" also westward 'bound from Southampton. The - '°1'hiladelphita" then had a full 70 Ilie lelead,.: and alter the usual ex cha ngoe of civilities and the custom ty, offer of a towline, a match game of: chess was proposed and imlmedi .dtely accepted. Thereafter the music rooms of the two liners became the centre of int erest, and from noon till well ...
BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
BQUIJRE RVEItrY CRId`T: ASSOOIATION.. :,, . According to the draw the '-icubs take the following nimberat 'Arthur'e Creek Central... '1. .W hittlesca ... .2 .., Upper Diamond Creek . ". Diamond Creek... 4 Arthur's Oreek ... .. Greenaborugh ... . 6. FintS1 RouxoN Oct. 25 & Nov, 1. De- 6 &13' S,1 v2 5v1t 3r 3 2 S5v6 6v4 :Nov. & & 15 Dec. 20'& Jan'1 4 v2 1 1 v 3:' 6 v 3 4 *"5,? 2 r. : 2 v5 2v Nov. 22 & 29 t :? 1 v '6 -,:n . . 4i ,; ', 3 v . .. .. .. 13 SECOND dROUND. ). Ja 17 & 24 Feb. 29`& Marh 2v I v 5 vS ' , 2v3.; 5 1 4 . . 6 Jan. 1 Feb. 7 March. 14 &21.. 13 454 ., The mtche to played on the grounds 6f the clubs firbt ientioued.
ORIGIN OF THE TERM "HUMBUG." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
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KANGAROO GROUND V. CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902
KANGAROO GROUND V. CHRISTMAS HILLS. Thin match which was commenced on the 6:b inst., on the Christmas Hills cricket ground, was concluded last Saturday afternoon in gloriously fine weather. The first day's play iHas marred by rain, and at the time of draw mng stumps Ibe visitors had scored 87 rulns in their firstcinnings (of which J. Kennedy contriliuted 31) and the lhoIe team had made 41 for the loss of three wickets. Last Saturday the not out men, C. Cumberland and G. Lve, cou. tinued their innings, and 76 wasreached bufore Love was bowled, his contribu. tilo being 20 runs,includilng one 4 and two threes. H. Dohnt filled the vacant place and knocked up 14, but had more than his full share of luck. The remaltiing bntatimen made ni as?-'d, and the innings closed for 123 runs, of which,: Cutmberland, who was naught out, hld made 51 by forcible cricket. IH-. hit one 5, one 4, and four 3's. Hail the fielding of the visitors been up to the usual mark the total would have reen cousidarab...