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BRITISH BATTLES. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

BRITISH BATTLES. INTERESTINC FACTS ABOUT THEM. (jlnanmed with good things is the Juno number of the " Royal." If. J..- Holmes writes about a " One-Man Newspaper "' in bright, chatty style ; AS. .Ilund's article on " Hoisting the Pennant" is the first of a series on " Rou the Navy is Run," which promises much entertainment ; Charles iay tells us " How Pretoria will he Besieged," and the shortstory deportment is well looked after by Mlessrs. V. L. Whitcohurch, I1. McD. Bodkin, Frances lrceedy, and others. One of tile beet things int the number is P. W. Everett's article on " Where British Battles have been Fought." Since the Con. quest we have fought no fewer than 467 Im portant engaglerentso. of which 217, or nearly 'one-half, have Ibeen with tire French. , PROPUITION OF WINS TO LOSSES. iMr. Everstt continues: " It is interesting. to work out the percentages of battles won and lost withi each of our plincipal adver. series, but at the same time it is unpleasant to lind that the Boers...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A HARD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

A HARD _CASE. "I Im utterly dlscouraged aboutt my love. alllrai," said Uatleton, " Not long ago I fell desperately in love with it beautiful girl. She was not only beautiful, but wealthy, and It munt have iwed, mae, for I fell to doubting whether I was good enough for her. She nIuel have felt it, I sulpose, for whlle I maiils n sorl of timid propoesal lise refused mae flat. Bhe Implled that sle Illred a man of spirit," " What did you do then?" sold Club. berb wont to thl other netreme, It wann't long hufoie I became sniltten wlth amother ollllllnlg tmlturll, who wes ovnrythlol thaIt could be htlolbl, ondl Lthlt tlin I ralll Ithing with Ia high, hand, When the tmne came, I jurt told her I lnow thn Illvoel ile, and luoch to ny irlprio who Nahl lo lln e?lor conuld ovln an. miil with aiy aeettrunre, There I wuw Ar. you at It u?e mlorell?" linquired t Iinlorlb y., Clultleltlll lllinl. " Ih, yuol,"/ira rllei, 1 i rlin ll. " I har v hloxail plying atll?tIIIl m to the liuent a llndt fl 'ir?...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

.MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Messrs Osmpbell ond Sons, Kirk's Bazaar, report :-A large supply of horses forward for the work'n silos. The dnrnnad has been good for Indinn Ihorss, gunnerI and stout ponies. W\V sold n consignment of ponies a.I horses on accounto of ths Executors of the late W. J. Winter Irving from Stanlhope Eslate. Pony pairs aohl up to 46 guirnes. Buggy horses to 2A giuinseus. Extra heavy draughts if young and stauinch are in fair r.qulest. Aged (lraulnst hornse fromnltelldroughltatri.ktlte districts have iiodthl the martoet oInd are diflicn~il to quit. W\ll trained cvrringe paire arcm in good rinl.ot, Omnihtii Ihorsac nod low not delivery P.rt. hoarses nrn wanted. African cIho 13 3 lhnAsl to 14.:1 hsins are lnisinl . No ilnnian to nto in, ordliinary noillle tand hllmorss sort. Our orllinary sales lslIspriar :-EnXIIs htlirvy Ilrs tsIJrilli, stlnb. j'ci to trnils, E£2i to C 12; nsued dIroght I reas, £12 Ito .C10 ; Ilistliits ui)'i.Is, Clti to £:)n; Isnlii, remssnsIIts.C2...

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NOT AN ADVERTISING AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

NOT AN ADVERTISING ACENT. P'aPrdun ene, tul thieole ite higIIwlVwInln but I mnutt ink ,ian to stund anid ieflver.' 't'he couchi stoptied. TIhe dur o tened with ,urpriehiiu lucrlly, v and u yullng mnlllll)ll with a very lulrR" but steppeld out into the middle of tll nmoonlighlt. In her, tiud the held n emiehlleIt hllor-uuvnledl bIoij. " flute t hey ire,' die inld, ceiierfuhlly. "V hiut Y" eltld the hi hweeyniuez. ' ly lhiii·ll ,' said till 1117. " I meli nil wvlrrnr.e, you know. n111e fu~nl~lly, " Yale w nt exaull tier. I may be It1C(I 'i'hl1(hll~ihW yilluul Iujt IjII ( 1 11 i II~ hllltii vtg'll tIa , hUt 1 11111 not tii l IveI'tisegll Igent. _

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STRATEGY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

STRATE Y. lIt ii"nnw wurvlllg j piddIIIlbc. ·loliIIIIIY , wi ll pll like it 111' 1)1 (1111l1( Y" Ill iiid.., , .1111 I lll l l ll ii It oII I ii 111, , luule e dll' kuuiw till OWd erswlwrIw Iu le Iuk ur,"

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

CENERAL INFORMATION: to I' 'The top of lBen Nevisa gets 126in. ly of rain in a year. t 'Ilhe average person breathes in a el gallon of air a minute. is· a In a single year 29,500 stray 1o dogs are taken up in Londona e streets. --*I On- ly twelve men in 100 lrove dark eyes, as compared with twenty wo mOfe0 Europe's :I,555,000 square 11 iles, 2,888.000. are capable of d growing crops. In 1815 thbo Englislh labourer gant a ls. 8d. a day, in 1865 2s. 2d. in 1815 2s. Sd. The people of Great Britain cat 1,400.a00u tons of meat a year, ai gailst 300,000 tons of fish. --*-- S'lea pays ad. per pound dllty in Natal, 71d. at the (iape. Wheat 8d I at the Cape, nothing at Natal. '-4.[--- a ligh roadsl cost on the a.lerage £800 a miile to construct in Elng lanad, and £1,200 in F"rance. 'l'here are 2,(100 aords which Ilae. the same slpelling and IaeIPalillg blth in French and ,rEnglishll. After the adopltionl of i proper drainage systenl, mlortality ill Ilris tal fell front 10t to 15 per 101,000t...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. ---**+**-- It is most unwiso for people of forty and upwards to lift heavy. wedigliis, to climb great hieights,; to run tto citch traiiis, or' by too long.? dr too svioldet exercise of' anyort : to iist a?ny overstrain on' their lcartf: s. Urmp generally arises from a dis ordered liver, and imust bo attended to at! once. 'For quick relief fromi . the pain the feet must be plunged inth hot water, and rubbed with a h'ard towelh If hot water cannot he obtained, camphor liniment or em tirocation `should .be well rubbed in to the part affected. Ink spots on furniture may he re moved ,by an application of nitre.:: Mix together one- tenaspoonful;.pfhn::- ;of water-- and six drops of nitre,; ad a '?: . apply to the stain. -lub' with ai - daump cloth to remove th nitre,. which will otherwiso leavre a white spot behind it '/. saturated solu tlon of oxitlic acid is sometimes used in the .anin o manner tijrid furniture of Ink stains. A small baby should be made to lie a g...

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

Impoundings. TARltltAi)YTF.-hnpruoded at War I Red and white steer, like Jl off rump I Red and white heifer, like star brand near rump I Led and white heifer, ear marked, no visible brands 1 Light red or yellow bull, whiteon head.! belly, and lanks, like star brand Iear ruomp I lied anld white heifer, ears cliiiied, like star brand near rump If not claim'ed and expenses paid to be sold Janusay 7th, 1903. A loo, I Light srawbserrv cow, red on bhead and neck, eff horn turned ia,hlotch brand off rump If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold Jauuary 14th, 1903. JOHN HUTCHINSON, Is 6d. Poundkeeper; Notice. "ll/TR. GEORGE COU'I'T hegs to Inform .L`L the trvelling pli l that hoe ha esoglt Mr. Wllst,'a Li'. OF COACHES runi ig from Jltham 'n lwuy Station to teeI ?wn. wi caw teoa as heretofore i itl '?b ia fruo,'ae ai extra coach ou 'anturday) (if required) to meet the 6 50 p.m. train. Royal Mail Line of Coaches.' Heidelberg to Eltham. o A. WILSON, Proprietor. LT AVE Ileidelborg 7.45 a.m. ...

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

Sy Liver Gave Me Fits. OLEMENTS TONIC PROVES THE ONLY RELIABLE LIVER REGULATOR, The CaO of Mr. E. MORAN. (By sa Bpeda Reporltr.) Pablo attention is directed to a re markable event which caused an ex traordinary sensation some time ago in the suburb of North Melbourne whore Mr. Edward Moran lives at No. 86 Courtney-street. Asked by a reporter what had caused all the trouble which had attained such widespread popular ity, Mr. Moran replied: "I cannot say for certain, unless it Was through being cramped up so mucn Indoors whilst at my work; but, at any rate, I went right off colour. One way and another my liver used to give me its. It became my habit to sit down to my work in the mornings in such a listless mood that I could not make a start for a long time, and when an effort was at last made I soon felt tired again. My strongth was on the wiseo, tLhur was no mistake, and there was no chance of Improving In that respect because my appetite was very poor. Words cannot express how inten...

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THE FALLACY OF LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

THE FALLACY OF LUCK.' Calcntating the laws of chance has I always been a favoiurite amusement with mathemuaticians and thinkcrs. I It engaged the attention of the celebrated Pascal and the still more celebrated Laplace worked at it with i such zeal as to raise in the mind of Simathenmaticians after himh the hopeo that what is called " luck '. or mlel I hazard in life, might at last be p ut, on a strictly iiithellatical li, isikt SWith this endilin view DIelti Siplt a great-_ deaL ...:of his tiilet i piltching, a' heads anitd tails'li with :i coi fiand ntaklng the milost abstruse calculi d mios based on t'he results carr Iyigi i- oif i ,ia coliiecdont i i illt this a;t?ibltia ;series otf r?ifrilitis 5 i hlicilch, l? 1'e I duplicated in plIiclpile by pitching aiI lath upwiards: to see hIii often i in' Sgi?ii e ininumiber. of tliias it I IlI ;fal, through,the cracks between the bars of "a, grating over an area' in .the . aiis.me.;nt:i:' : I- Ji,'ai L?es iBe ei'li" ,eui il ss entf more,...

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THE SHEPPARTON FARMERS' CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

STHE SHEPPARTON FARMERS' CONVENTION. BY A DELEGATE. The evening session of the Convou. tiou was"held.undor the auspices f the Shepparton Agricultural Society, the President of the Society (Mr. Kerrins) io the chair. A splendid repast was prepared for the delegates and friends present, and the Chairman, after justice had oeen done to the good things pro vided, said lie and his society welcomed the conference and trusted that they had had a good time. He was pleased at the result of the conference so far, an(d trusted great benefit to the farmers would be the outcome. He would now propose the health of the King, who, he was sorry to say, was ill, more especially as it was at a time when His Majesty required the beat of health to carry oat his onerous duties. The teast was drunk with enthusiasm. The Chairmen, in-proposing the, health of Lord Hopetoun, the ;Governor-. Genera'" said lie sincerely regretted his departure, more so as he was one of the life governors of their sogiety. (Chee...

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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

The ) -___ BLAeKMAILERS. sB Stirring 1Romance of Engtanb anb Buetralia.. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The Thirlstonea of London," "Reaping the Whirlwind," &c.' INTRODUCTION. Malcolm Frazer, the owner of a cattle station, is staLnding at the Ibut, in the wilds of Westrn 'Austral in,' when his mate, Jitu Connop, re Sturns ftromll the nearest settlemenit with letters and papers. Flrom the latter they .learn that funds are be inllg raised inl Melbourne and Sydney lfor an expedition to search for Sir -John Vallenger and his cotmtpaunions, "who 'have been lost while exploring. While they are discussing thie quest loll, ia stranger, hatless and bootless t and in rags staggers up to the hut and appeals for help. He is Charles 'Travers, one of Sir John's conopan Sius. Of the sixteen who formed the :expedition, all but Sir John, Triy s.ts. and Maurice Yorke, :the scient . ist, have perished '. Sir John,.Is lying almost unconscious at' the travxeller's hut at a short; distance fr o...

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NEWTON'S THEORY OF THE TIDES. ADVERSELY CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

NEWTON'S THEORY OF, TILE a TIDES.' P --0--0--- ADVERSELY CRITICISED, The theory of the Tides 'propounded by Sir Isaac Newton, known as the " Equilibriucm Theory," does no-' meer with the applrovnal of astronomeirs ii~ the present clay. It purports. to give all explanation of the physical cause of .the tidal protiblerances occurring at thlle same time on opposite sides of tlhe earth, and to demmonst'ate how the waters are continuously upheld in a slate of equilibrium under and oppo site to.the moon, independently of the earth's' diurnal rotatiop. On, the assumption that the earth revolves I within this watery envelope, leaving the tidal waters practically stationary or at rest, Newton's, mathematical. theory is based. Very general usan 'iinity amongst scientists now prevails t in discarding it, but Sir George Airy's. condemnation is the .mustt scpthing and 'iay hbe quoted, in evidence of its itiniutliieincy. In his essay on "Tides and.Waves," written for the Encyclopmdia, Metro polit...

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NAVAL PUNISHMENTS. IN THE "GOOD OLD DAYS." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

NAVAL PUNISHMENTS IN THE "GOOD OLD DAYS." In what is known as the '' Good old days " there were many more comfortable berths to be had than that of a sailor in her Majesty's Navy. Whether you were forced into the Navy by the press-gang, or joined of your own accord, the same severe discipline was meted out. It is within the recollection of some of our retired admirals that the serious crime of striking a superior oficer, which now, as a rule, is considered sufficiently punished with a year or so of imprisonment, was, dur ing the earlier part of the century which we are now winding up, punished capitally. In 1829 a seaman of iMB.S. Druid was tried by Court-martial for making use of mutinous expressions towards a Lieutenant of that ship, and also for strikiog a ser geant. The case was fully proved, and the award of the court was death. He was recommended to mercy, however, and was subsequently t ransported for life. Down to 1847 there were many cases of men being sentecced to death, a...

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"GO-HALVES." AN EPISODE OF BOHEMIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

" CO-HALVES." AN EPISODE OF BOHEMIA. The protagonists of this immortal title are two men and a dog; the shabby calnine would have been a sairnt-may mny ilreve rnoce he forgiven!--if God hadl mande hirn humttan. The sculptor I will call Uharlieroe the painter, Violet Apple-Green-becuse lie saw violet everywrhere, and in this violet (strange, strange!) he recognised.mystmuious tonalities of green. How often, nlmidst Toulousaen laughter, Ibetween eggs t 'ihuile and cassoulet, I have heard hia bellow the magic formula: " Violet apple-green !" One winter evening, during which the two friends had raised their elbows a few times too often, in tlhueRue de Hennes they stumbled against something round, soft, rad silent, shivering in the street near a darn sill. It was a dog. Violet Apple-Green patted him gently, remarking: "A poodle dog. Let's take him home or the cold will finish him." " Perhaps ho'd prefer starvation; he may like i chlange." " That's a fact. Hlow will we feed him ?" " I hav...

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AUBREY DE VERA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

AUBREY DE VERA. Aubrey de Vern, second son of Lord Stiffnell, had had a row with his pa, and the up   shot of it was that the dear boy shook the dust of the ancestral garden path from off his aristocratic " Trilbys," embarked on the   next train for London, and enlisted in her Majesty's 210th Royal Mudpunchers as a private soldier. Old Hardbake, the provuost, smiled grimly as he waltzed the new recruit across tihe square towirds the doctor's but. Tlhis sort of redibhrring was very muich to. Ij talste lie delighted in showing therm the ropes and iapping them as long as he could drain -any thing of a.liquid 'nature' frormn hem. He knew hlis man the moment ha had entered the gate-eyeglass, sone, brown leggings and bulldog-iand had' watched rirlot zealously for an opportunity of introdlueing hlilmself. TYoun'll soo get to like the servico; my lord, it may be a bit rough on yuyo uit" ifirst, but I'll see you right.' I have 'er all squared from tire colonel down,...

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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

ANDERSON'S CREEK. - g----- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mr. George Tortice, who arrived in the colony in 1848, and married in Melbourne by the Rev. H. H. Hand field at the Church of England, Eastern   Hill, Melbourne, in 1852 , celebrated     his golden wedding recently. Arriving   at the Creek some 48 years ago, he tried mining; afterwards he took up his present property, where he has since continued as a successful orchiardist. All his family were present and had a good time. They presented him with a purse of sovereigns. 'lhe Its Mrs Jamus Sloan was, I am informed, nol of, if not the 6rst woman on the Croek. Large flocks of sheep and nlobs of cattle are passing through alioat daily and playing havoc with tlhe cormeoa grass in spits of the hlrdstean's ollorts. Soman good catches of fiha have taken place recently. Ti''I following catches were miade :-Mlesra. l)ixon, cod, Illba, 4iihi, and 4lllb ; Iogan, cod, 7 1lbu; t ihrlrick, c...

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ORIENT LODGE, LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 19 December 1902

ORIENT LODGE, LILYDALE. A" most interesting and instructive licture on "The Tides" aas delivered t'iehe members of the Orient Lodge of 'Lilydale at their regular monthly mleeting, held on Tuesday evening, the 9th inst., in the Shtire Iloll, by Wor. Bro. Rohert Kilpatrick (F.R.G.S.), P.M., P.G., Std. Br. The lecture was delivered whilst the brethren were employed in he Felloweoreft degree, in which the omyteries of nature and science anr made the peculiar object of resoarch. The lecturer adversely criticised the theory of the tides propounded by Sir Isenc Newton, and also exposnd the fallacies in the attempted explanation of the tide generating force given by Professar G. II. Darwin, Plumianl Pro fessor and Follow of Ti inity College in the Universi'y of Caibriidge, in hie work on. "The Tidese" publised in 1898. In another column we give the lecturer's criticism of the Newtonian theory in extenso, and hope on soame future occasion to furnish our reladers with a report of his conmment...

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HOW TO CATCH BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

HOW TO CATCH BIRDS. A gentlemnan started off early ono morning to shoot birds, but he had ,no success. He was returning home in the afternoon in despair, when be met a lad and said to him : " Isany, my, boy, are there any birds about hero ? I . have beenl round about here all day and I have not shot one.'" " Yes, there are plenty of birds," replied the boy ;." but you'can catchl thenm alive and that's a deal better than shooting theni." S'' Oli," said the gentleuman, " and. how do you catch them ? " " Well," replied the lad, " you get i huindful of hard peas, and .put theml on the ground. When the birds see theum they will fly down for thellm Through the , peas being liard, . tlhe' birds will shut their eyes while they are cracking themu In their mouths. You will them- walk quietly behind them while they have their eyes shut T'hat's the time to catch them."

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A SMALL BOY'S ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

A SMALL BOY'S ESSAY. The boy writer of the following is decidedly backward in his Tennyson. Concerning the late poet-laureate he writes : " 'ennyson write buteiful polms. with long hair, and studid so much that lihe sd mother will you call u?u airly dear ? his most grat let po1il is called the idle king. He was made a lord,but he wvas a good mian and wrote many, poims. He loved our dear Queen so much that he made a polm to her called tho fairy Queen." Another boy wishes to become anl edlitdr. In an essay on " The Choice of a Profession," he gives his reasons in these words: i An editur is always a happy lanl becauuse'he can read luvly tales and artlkels all day and pages of sweet luv pIICs. a good editir has branes bull t Itmuit be very sad for himn to read Itellankollo stories of liv so as to Imlake hinm allmost weep with tears from his eyes. L ediltur is It rich man because he never pays for artikels and so has all this itl lerlect for nothing." One youth who Is a pouLt it iei brI...

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