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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

P,bhlil?ed l:Eeryl PFriday lonmig FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902. • As CntsnisTsaA will bhave coOmi and t gone, before the publication of our next c issue;~:-we take this .oppori'ginty of wiahing:oai reaiders " T'uh CoYMPIIMETS OFi TIHE SrEAsON," with the hearty wish thlat they will spend a Merry Christmas and that the firthcomoing year to them will be one of happiness and 'prosperity. For many months past a large portion of Victoriat has - suffered greatly, indeed - almost wholly ruined, by drought, and the. press hiva.been from day to 1 ay filled with heart.rending descriptions of the sufferitgs gone through by the people .in-tlie drought-stricken districts.. The p~iple,: however, on this side of the Dividing Range have in no way -beena stricken with this great disaster, but on the other hand:have had a gend season, the crops have thrived well, aonl the harvest has bean an exceptionally good .one. We are pleased to see thit in their prosperity they have not for. gotten their less fortu...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PINEAPPLE CORN CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

THE PINEAPPLE CORN CURE. --+- The active principle of the pine nplu is broltelinte, but owing to its 1instnliility, the ordinary commelllrciaul reparaltion lhas So far apparently piroved unlsulcelssful. 'he reputation of the . Ipinelllpl hias suffl'erei for iimany reasotns ; ftilr too nuclt is 'ateii at it time, andt the iltiroius part is swallowed tis well is the juice. To obtainl Its full digestive value, one qlualldralt of a iumoderatly thick slice Is amplllel for on ll'eal it miIust be well Imaticitedii sand the fibrous p1art( rejecteld. It must 1iinot, e cook ed atul It shtould het just ripe. The preserved forim llIs lo pruieticully in digestive lIpower. A\part ftroml its Iw inlg an itaid to digestion, says Il-. W. Wingravce, it has Ia poerh'tly slt u\ i+l't eltion un? rltho llil',v ei xcscIlence similnr to sitterlic ?rid. although iiinewo ltha sIt siie in act ion. If il thlun slice of piiupplei hc kept. in close coIlntlr. wit h aco irn for eight. holllurs, the l tter iss softe...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

MINING NEWS. --o- From a crtshing of 11 tone, treated at the One Tre Hlill battery Iest week, Mlessr P)lnnket and Sons obtained from their claim at Panton Llill 12zIe., 15dwis. Groeat interest ettanhes to this, na it is the first payable crushinRg below wtenr lovel taken frnm Curter's line of roef. PIlnkontt's reof is 110 fioot dee) alnd 30 feet below water level.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EXERCISE IN PRONUNCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

AN EXERCISE IN PRONUNCIATION. An excercise in pronuniciation was placed on the blackbaard of at Teachers' Institution, a prize being offered to . any one who could read and, pronounce every word correctly. The prize was not carried off, how over, as twelve was the lowest numn ber ofl mistakes in the pronunciationt "A sacrilegious son of Belial who suffered from bronchitis, having ex hasisted Ills iannces in order to alaiie good the deficit, resolved to ally himself to a comely, lenient, and docile young lady of the Mlltny or, Caucasian race. lie accordingly purchitsed a calliope and coral neck lace of chameleon hue, and securing ia suite of rooms at a principal hotel he engaged the head waiter as his coadjutor. Tie then despatched a letter of the most unexceptionabIlo calligraphy extalnt, inviting the young lady to a natinlee. She re volted . at tlhe idea, refused to con sider herself sacrilicable to his de sires, and sent a polite note of re fusal, on receiving which he Iprocur ed ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

A deputation from the Country Party in the Legislative Assembly waifed upon the Minister for. Minos (Mr E. I-I. Cameron) on Wednesday to urge that hoe scheme of boring for water in the Wirrmera and the Mallei districts should he given a further trial. The sprakersa'nggested that the bores should be put down between the Grarmpians and Horshanm to test for artesian water. Reference was -nads to the similar efforts which had boen undertaken some years ago, but it was urged that the experimetts.on that occasion had not been carried far anoungh. A pbssible objection that the subject was fully inquired into by a Royal commission some yoaro ago was anticipated by the contention that the report in questiron went no further than the bald assertion that inn water had been found in the Marler. In reply, Mr Camoeren said that hias own views on the subjarct had undergone several modifications during the long years that it had been under consideration. THe was at one tine greatly enamnured of the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNDAY TRAINS TO ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

SUNItAY ILtAINM 1O IEITIIAM. On Mt nllray Iv iii lu II ntitl ilic n)101-in·· nv I boil fit the jItoclulllbile oi i HUtiulnday (ruin serviiiito (Iii .litin L, 11r Wugittt, .P., iii thi ultnir, anu III nnthiilniivii tuit giIIo A riiilatliii ail, ny s p I II , i I)sly oin n l d fi t 1111 11,;e lll l I m 1. )Itt I II In Y n·I r. view thII A' ilitglr Y II(Ui111"1 lllII or Jill ii'ii titiurtitly ldgvii fnvoiulii2 4ttiily Lgatin nnrvirni' attil %lv (itidir ii eil ia dollti titin a ll will iti tit Auting Utnu (iinfuser to-ny'

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHES THAT CARRY TORCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

FISHES THAT. CARRY TORCHES. :it is wonderful to observei' chow Nature -has aidaptedC ,thel vtarlius-! creatures to 'the 'lircuniistaitices iithd: state in w'hich they: are 'placeLd. ii stances. of this are as cuiious ns they &ro numerous. ;: ;Nowhero is:J the livw of. adapittlion lctter -illiistrated :ih'an itn the case Of fi?hes.It isiknOn that mouiiiers if thof:nlunnyo, tribo. lthat;livi 'in, the wateirs of 'deep", anid dark caves are found to be withouit eyes, bectuse ina spheres so' c'ontracted' they halvi no nlied -of light; lut Inmore remarkl able is 'idho fact disclosed by those wlho denoto. their time to researches amtongst marine forms of life. Away /'down, a nile or' more be ileath the s?urfae of " ltje water flshes are, of couire, 'cut off front the light of the day. But they areonot on that accouint existing in darkness. - . In deepi-sea souidlings of tiie oce?h it, has been discovered thiat miiiany of theiem are furnished : with their oIwn light.. ' Since the~ h...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

'..-. YARRA. GLEN.RAO?ES. Bel?w ?ao give 'the entries for the races to' be held' at Yarra Glen on .Box:ng Day :?-, .. TRIAL STAKES. Of , sors. For all horses, that.,have. not wqn more 'than 10 sovs. in. one stake. · Weight for nge; malidens allowed 51bs. .which malst be claimed at time of entry, nsix furlongs. Barrister, Gymnasts', Lena, Cheetor, Glendevon, M'Kinlay, Volante, Gold Badge, Little Vole, Drover, Miss lMarch, Caste, Siren, BritisLer (late Young Englishman.) WELTER rANDICAP. Of 5 sore. Amateur riders ; lowest weight, 9st 71bs.- Seven furlongs. M'Kinilay, Britisher, Bob, Delaware, Cottus, Drover, Deferdant, Dn Wet, Siren. PoNY RACE. if' sove. for let and 1 sov. for 2nd. For Koidles 14.1 bands and under. Four fur Flora', . Fidgett, Veno,. Fosdie, Oaklenf, Dollie, Scorcher, Little Velo, Fairy, Vermont,, Linda, Young General. YARRA GLEN flANDICAP. Of 12 sova. for let. and 2 sovs. for 2nd. One mile. Addiscombe, Gymnaste, Lena, Forward, ' Britisher, . Bb, Cyclone, "Little Venlo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARTHUR'S CREEK V. ARTHUR'S CK. CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

ARTHUR'S oREEK V. ARTHUR'S CK. OENTitAL. This match was played on the.Arthur's Creek cricket ground on Saturdays, 6thl and 18th/iost.,' and rP ultted 1n win for Athb r'a Creek by 16.wiokets and 8 rane. lPollawing are the scores : CHNTRALS. First Innings, Moore, o, b Fraser ,. ... II liammet, hb I. 1?nsseLt ... 10 "W. loempel, o, b SI. Bassoett ... 0 Morris, e, b MS. iaett ... . 4 Green, b U. Bassett .. ... 1 Phillllips, b Kv B1assett .. 11 A. Hlempel, not uit ,.. ... 7 lsurphy. c and b U(hrltIn ... 3 W. hMaun. b Ohristiau ... I ]. plelliip,, ren out i .. 8 W. D, AMann, b hi. ianecett ... o Sundries .. ... 2 67 Ilnwling Analysts. Lohb, none for 8 1 M. InlasUtl, l for 9 { D. Chrlstian, 2 for 20; Frasur, I fur12 I li Biassett, I for 6. Hecondll Inlluinls, Moore, I M. lhissett ... ... 0 Ilnmunot, b Ihibb ... 0 ilon rin, , h Christtian ... I1 OGreen, I 1. liasIrtt .. 4 W. Phielllps, b 1l,h . ... .,4,. A. IIo spI.c a etd h (OthrlanttI?, I lMurphy, h hl. It?esstt \ 1 V. sMon, is Fr'srr .. ...

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The Others [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

The Others Behind every printed testimonial of a cure ,effected by DR MosE8's INDIAN ROOT PILLS there are thousands of others uaprinted. Tens of thousands of men and women have testified to the cures of Scrofula, Sures. Pimples, Boils and Uletches, Eczema and. Rlheumatism (causei by the blood irumpui ?tis) through the use or ttis remedy. If the fact that DR MotRSES INDIAN BooT PILLS purify the blood were required to be proved In a court of law, and one thousand witnesses were waitine to testify,justice would have no use for 997 witnesses of the thousand ; it would call two or three representative wit nosses, and on their evidence the case would be decided. Those who wituess to the blood purifying power of Da Motaou's [outAs houT PILLs are reputable, reliable, and responsible people, whose testimony would carry wres.hl in any court of law in the laud. It should carry weight with you. It is one of the contrtdications of Ihuman nature that people who believe "that all men are created o...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

i'? A PRESENTATION. The Methodist eclhoolroom, Alphing. ton, was crowded on Thursday evening, tihe 11th inst., with ratepayers of the Ivanhoe riding, both ladies and gentle. mell, to say good bye to Ex-Or and Mrs VWard, and to witness the snaking of a presentation to the former. Mr A. F. Turuley pri'sided. A musical and -..t.. .ls i piogramm.ns, was gone tTarob'gh, itoase contributing being the Misses Brown, Gleason, Walker, and Hollow, and Messrs E and J. Smith and Wood. The presentation was tmade by Mr 8. Hollow, who said it had been decided to present their guest with aecart as a useful article in connection with his now sphere of busi. aness. He (Mr Hollow) had the cart in his pocket. (Laughter.) He then presented Mr Ward with a cheque, Or W. J. Brewer, President of the Shire, made some appropriate references to iMr Ward's valuable municipal scr vices, and Or Lugton also spoke in his characteristic style. The chairman said be: had received spologies for the iUnavoidable abshence...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD AT TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

"ROAD :ny' TOOlANC.Gl , We take the. fllowing from the Yea Clhronicle' report of the Yea Council meeting hold on the 6th inst: ROAD AT TOOLANGII From J. B. Wilson, Toolangi, asking what steps are being taken in connec. tion with proposed new road up the vnlley of the Yea River at Toolangi. He was willing to help in the construe. tion of a road to the extent of £5 or £6, and several others would assist in the same way. From nine residerits of Toolangi, pointing out that the road lately sur veyed up the creek from the township was not what they required. sThey thought that there was no occssion to pass through Allot. 80 (T. Simith's), but by leaving the Post Office and traversing Eastetly the tight hand bank of Muddy Creek until the road reserved is met, then across the creek to the left bank and traverse Easterly 'td Northerly to Wilson's block, the host road would be obtained. ' hey believed the nearer the creek Chle road is surveyed the more suitable it will be. The Engineer in his...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE OF WHITTLESEA. IT'S FINANCIAL POSITION. CURTAILMENT OF EXPENDITURE AGREED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

'SHIRE OF WHITTLESEA. IT'S .FINANoIAL OSITIION. CURTAILMENT OF ;XPENDI)TURE AGREED) UPON; At the ordinary monthly mneeing of thn, Whittleaea Shire Council on the 8th.inst., Or Thomas, in pursuance of notice of motion tabled "at the proviotis meeting, prbceed'ed to move that tenders he called.fo'r 2000 yards of nlottal anid gravel in sections as usual, wheltn Or Morris rose and asked permission to make a few-remarks hefore the matter was proceeded further with. " This htiing gtianted, Cr Morris said he would specially draw the attention of the Council to their overdraft, which now amounted to £600 They had prepared an esti mate of works which, if carried out, would shanrb all their reveriue for this financial year; and they hid not made any provision for paying off one shilling of their oveidraft. To go din in teo reckless way they wer, doing would land three in a worse position at the and of tlhe financial year than they were at the lresent. Reckllas expenditure in the past of ratep...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

NOTICE. ---I-- "In thim Iileu will bo be fott tlu opnning c hnpteilUIn of un o rlglnal, "1 I})-to0lflto fluti sLtirring iloy of )Auntrulla uiud I~nglnnd, antl tlh "THE BLACKMAILERS," Bly It wall known find popular ,I1I fil)1 1W'. I'hie 'story hIbholdN In athrill log anlldruitnuni ir uuiulau, `" It In at-o11u In hilot unin diuiekt thoU hi Ill, l ubig It ihhlviuu'ii , n 4' Iiih'lu ti." A hihlitihifu nlra ' R tuhl

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

SECONI) ROUND. The second round of tho competition for the above trophy will be commenced to-morrow afternoon, when the play will be : COnledonia v. Panton Hill, at Queens. town. Christmas Hills v. Kangaroo Ground, at Kangaroo Ground. Kinglake, a bye.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. ORDER OF PLAY. SECOND ROUND December 20 and 27 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

CRICKET. THE CAMEWRON TROPHY. , ORDER (F PLAT. S1c0ND ROUND December 20 and 27 Caledonia v Panton Hill Kanganon Ground v Christma'i Hills Kinglake a bye January 24 and 31 Christmas Hllls v Caledonia Kinglake v Pautlo Hill Kangaroo Ground a bye February 7 and 14 Kangaroo Ground v Kinglake Pantou Hill v Christman Ilills Calcdounb a bye February 21 and 28 Caledonia v Kangaroo Ground Kinglake v Chrismas Hllll Panton I1ill a bye March 7 and 14 -Caledonia v Kinglake Panlon Hill v Kmngaroo Ground. Chris wmas Hills a bye. Mbatehes to be played on the ground of the clubs first-numed.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOT GUILTY! [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

NOT GUILTY I " Aro you the defendant ? " nasked a mlan in the Cape Towne Police court, speaking to ani.old Kamlr, " No, governor,'" was tho reply, " 1 ain't done nothin' to be called nnlnes like that. 's got a lawyer hero, who doesa the defensing, 'cos l'se not guilty." SThen who are you 7? " ' the gentleman what stole the chickens." S'hoe teol centl British 'Honduras sta?ip 'wiitch~.was issued. mt, the' end of January is of exceptional interest liJasniaoch as it is, as far as is known, tile very just stamp, that is to be issued buaring the portrait of Queen Victoria, This stanip illfers from its prdoe. cessors, in having the description al toared to " Postago and I?olvenue," eand they are ordered to be of the lnow typo, with the King's head, but either through a milunderstandihg, or want of thie in proparing the dies, the Itnw stamp was engraved l in the old type, 'lThe 2d (old Coast, staillp,'of which only a small rnmunl he? wore issued, was believed by Ilanlly to be the last V'lc...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THREE BEARS AND A SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

THREE BEAIS AND A SHOT. Tho e "AIrmy k?d Navy," tells a good bear story, the authenticity of which is beyond question. Captain Wheeler and, a friend was returning to camp after a lay's shoqting, when they suddenly caent in sight of-a big she bear with two cubs following hea In single file, pro ceeding along a ridge, the formls of the, three being sharply silhouetted against the sky. It was a very long.shot, but the Captain determined'to try it, so he drow a. bead oil the old she bear and fired. Theo result was curious. The procession stopped, the she bear' scratched herself hastily, then turned, round, 'and, regarding the cub. Jlilmediately :behind her with grave dlisappluoval, boxed its ears soundly, and then went trundling on evidently under the impression that her frolicsome oil-sprilng had been up to 8aomo objectionable trick.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

TO THE EDITO 08 TB E EVELYN OBSERVER. lair,--I have waited some little time be fore addressing. you on the subject of the " Sabbath Schools" in our districts, expect uig that some abler pen than mine would take the matter up. The recent exams. in both psbbath and Atate. ltchools, show n Ropd amount of intelligence on the part of the young folks, and a very generous spirit on Mr Kerr's side, who,I understand, intends next year to present a watch, suit ably inscribed, to the hboy or girl who comes out highest at the next Sabbath School exams. .If the temporal and spiritual interests of the children is of such great importance to Mr Kerr, of course it is doubly so to the parents who, I hope, will show their appreciation of -r Kerr a kind ness, and do all in their power to make the the next exams. even better than the last by entering into the spirit of the work with their girls and boys. While on the subject, I think Mis.s Nicholas also deserves a word of encouragement, for I am told t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. LIST OF WHITTLESEA SUBSCRIPTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

DROUGIIT RELIEF FUND. LIST OF WVIIITTLSEA SUBSCIlIPTIONS Townrils the fund for tihe relief of the sufferers b?y the 'recent ldiustrouw drought,. T. Gi Nicholson... £4 .0.. John:Duniel 3 3 0 AMl. L;,Hutchinson... 8, 3 0 t W. f. Lookwood ...- 3 3 0 t H. Jolhnston .t 2 2 0 , James Clark . ' 2 . 0 John Mason ' .. 2, 2 0 James Cornfoot 2... 2 2 ..0 J. Glovrr ' .. 2 2 0 . J. Coulthard ... 2 2 0 s R. Batten . .. 2 2 0 A. Cockroft . 2 2 0 t Carter Bros. 2?. . :2 0 John Andrew". 2 .. 2 ` t A. E. Andrew 2 2 0 John Hoan 1 1H 0 i J. Duckworth 1 1 0 'F. Edwards . 1 0 W. Gardiner 1 ... . 1, 1 0 C.,W. Andrew .. 1 1 0 J. M. . ... 1: 0" 0' S. Clment .. 1. 0 0"" H. E. Parker 1 "i:.0` 00 I, 'E. Di o 1" 0 0 . G1 Kn1 ~ 0O Rev. E. Law .. 1 0. 0, J. R. Gibson 1 0' Wnm. Rohertson.. 1 0 0 M. A. Boyce 0 O 10 0,. Edwin Scott 0 10 "0 Robt. Catuming 0 :. :10 0 W. Timms 07 ... ? 0 : W. M'Auliffe .. 0 7 6 W. MiKimnmie ... 0 7 0" ':Thos. Mason . ;,0 O5 0 F. A.. Warrington...: 0 5 0 - Murray ... 0 5 0 W. Joyce ... ...

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