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A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

.A IREMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. Dr., Newell Dwight Hillis, pastor of ~Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, re lates an experience that shows what 'strange freaks of chance sometimes happen. Dr. Hillis, together with a numilber of other American preachers and many professors, was attending an educational conference in Edin burgh, Scotland. There were visit ors from all over the world. At the banquet given by the Scotsmen to their guests, Dr. Hillis found himself seated next to a heavy-browed pro fessor of metaphysics of one of the Scottish universities. Findilig that his neighbour. was from New York the professor began to ask questions. " I know America, is quite a largo country," lie remarked, " and I. know Chicago is a long 'distance fronm your . home, but I have had some correspondence with lProfessor 11, of that city, and thought you mlight have chanced to know hili. Did you ever ieet, hinll? ?' I" kunow hims very, well,' replied the Blrooklyn preacher. " 'l'here he sits. at the' next table,.,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

OTHER LAND8. In the days of William the Con queror it was more dangerous to kill a rabbit than a man. A mur derer could escape with the payment of a line, a rabbit slayer was put to death. A souvenir of a rather unpleasant experience which Lord Salisbury had is kept in a cabinet at IILtfield House. It is an ugly looking stone of over a pound weight, with which a window of his cuarriage, in which he was seated with his two daught ers, was smlashed at Duufries on the eveing of October 21, 1881. Ills Lordship had then delivered the last of a series of political speeches in Scotland, and inl the streets. there was an attempt at rioting. The occupants of the car riago were -fortunately ulnhurt, but the ladies secured the smissile that had been sent through the glass and took it home with them to IHat field. Besides its share of the world's great waterfall, Niagara, Canada possesses a series of wonderful cat aracts. The city of Quebec has its own special waterfall, bolltmlorency. with a d...

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FOR PUSSY'S SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

FOR PUSSY'S SAKE. --1-- A wurkImnll uIIlt f'r hin I ll ic tIItllty . 1t' H Itanml Lt fr' I warl k Il (lly 'reccnlly. ()I1 h11I arrivl l Is IL ii lln i tli st' itth i l'l tl ts il ; " W tit h plIi) I *'(t'lti.rday, ,IItch ' ittllln'thiit : itt'l iill?, I hl," " \\''ll, thr." rtniltl ,I 'l, "', " i ti n ,re III it at iun i u' s i ihi I' li r tim l' PI' (rovenllant (1 tr'I'ueIy Ito Anautit l, alnod hen t' I I t l 111) yl.\ ?I. 'layll,' mltrl'n l ?t Ii hid h t htn l nt ,11 11? itq't ) l l ll I 11n,1 ( )IltH , itll I ldin't. IiIa(i in tlli Itrh hrr, rt I laotk Ihn day to tuelu I r h r n bio. t It 1lJ in I " Ilhahnr : " Whnli will you hai, olln ym)rll i(ntc , owd lr r l 1' baI y ' t11111 ? " Val I't{fan : " Nall het ?¥n lour I w tlo, l sl i ( U ni i l p l l llhl nll'l Plablr? I "

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A STORY OF THE SPIRIT WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

A STORY OF THE SPIRIT WORLU. lo a house in the Rue de Chezy. Parte, lived Madame de Vezin, her son, Frederick, and her niece, Marthle Conatraty, betrothed to Frederick: In the middle'of April the son fell ill and died. Ili death had such a terrible elfect on MTarthe that Madame de Vezln tried to induce her to go away. She refused, saying that on hie deathbed Frederick had promised that in a month he would come for tier, and that she wan to wait for him in her bedroom at the hour when he had died, and that ere was certain he would keep his word. Naturally, thin conviction wan not regarded seriousnly by anyone, all agreeing that the girl'n grief had temporatily unhinged tier mind. On the 23rd of May, a month after Frederick de V'ein's death, Madame de Vezin went into SMartle's bedroom to nay good night to tier. ShiOe sopped at the door, amaedn nod horrified. Mlnrthe was ittinE in her chair, staring with ixed, glaney eyes at the clock. Sie wan dressed in htir betrothal clotlhes, and wo...

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A QUAINT CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

A QUAINT CUSTOM. iOne of the Imot c'lurlllou of Whit llondny clatumin In that whiirh in observnd onc. in ev.ry twenty yearn at (Corby, Northalmton.. ahire. The iihabitant iassemble at on early iholr, i'ti u aIll ro.ad lllni huwiyc iI tile pnrlrh, ill eid tidln t olll wii a lll nilo 'Ire to pane tilritill i l th e vr on thallt lay. II ,annli oI nill.Cmilldhliiiie,, tIlea triavellr In ph{;ncl lp'oin a etout poule ulid arri?td vi t ii.iIIi LhHii iii t(h In trerin, e?'.rtI'.d iy thil' ihutig? plpu?err. " I'olu lair." n it in culled, ln not wilhiiout hiiItoriral Iitrr.n't. It iappara llh llt aerl I ralllluth grante l h[ I halllb|r tunts of Coriy is ihniler to frn tiemi frim rr?lilg onil juries at Noithll.iiptiiiuni, iIIand to Iree the knligh l of tnII wrri from thol MIllitia law, ''ii'ln eii..n of taking ln' iil an brien ilernvd iveriy twenly yearc In illilinillorl., llItan ll thogralntinlg of the i lur'ter, and it will he ll ercnlstlin l ntoet whetiher it wll haI allowed to tall nto dle...

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THE RATS OF NORWAY AND SWEDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

THE RATS OF iNORWA AMN SWEDEN. --~-+ A rat that has the good sense to go and drown itself instead of be coming a nuisance to society is the kind that most of our readers would approve of. This is what a Norwigian rodelnt does. It lives on the east coast, and every few years large cololnies of these rats turn their noses wesL ward, and start, on a journey that ends in death. They go over rivers and mnountains, steadily crossing the country and rearing families oin Ith way, till they reachs the broad At lantic. Here, one would imagine, they would stop, or turn in sonic other direction, in tie hope of being able to -continue their jouriney to the west :ýby anl overland route; but theyy boldly plunge into the ocean and swim, over westwards, till they are drowned. lThis in a fortunate characteristic for the Norweigians, for if the rats did `not, kill themselves the people owould have a hard task. to keep them under.

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AN INGENUOUS SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

AN INGENUOUS SWINDLER. A swell-iiobsllanl olIce made a wager with a gentlemant that the latter could not carry a tell-pound noto from the hotel at which both were staying, to a place indicated, along a specillied route. The bet was ndoppted ; and tlle gentlenIan with a grim smile placing the note within the lining of Ills hat In the, preselce of thu swindler, started to accoinplish his object. lie Ihad nearly arrived at is des tination when, passing a placo ol cuinbered with brick, tiuber, and other building Ilaterials hils atteln tion was attracted by a little boy selurchillg aolllnllg tle ipedllllenta, and crying piteously. Thu gentle nan Iapproached and desired to know the cause of his grief. .Tlh boy had lost ai ton-pounld note, which had been given to hll to get challged lnd he was afraid his father would kill him. I By this tine a crowd, attrllcted by thIe roars of the ulilucky lad,' had .asenbled, anid the builder's inlmterliuli were thoroughly uver Iluled, A colnfederate anl...

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AN AUTHORITY ON FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

AN AUTHORITY ON FLOODS. --·1*-- Au nn ntnhiur st()y is t(Jifd of a v Ie tint Of (Iii' Jhnhitu.t nd of 1138.1, whu. whIuIu fir rull h IuuuI Iuulruiisu, ii. II'II'uI ii lluuliul IIuuui. !Iiu.II Ivtlultij Ilctdrd it cloud th, Iin, iil: ( wl s hinic (Ifu'I·IJF n gat l m it ruuilruiuui, ut11 uudufufuulurtnn Ito Ilull hi nliv-uuuuf iidflii liii1111 dii 1 'li Iuuu (Ui . Iii idhludud'i ncrlulk~ll : WIIII II olig the n IhnlWP, Witl it iii ucrufuiuf of Ii'ui, u dd~nti' I luruuuu1lu whiufrlih II. funit apauvud, Ile' Wk iflorr d Ipru by if grey A oular buickrunlfui--u merr Iwhuell. fli Iluuu lii Old Ifluug puiped ; donii't wufuln dlui ii fii fuiu hkngO 'ihe *fuuiirlunuu uuuun ru'npnutuul 1.1.1., n~dii loieuul'i upf f-t, fetia' ofi w'unlfd Ilei nuked : Wluu is thai ohd u~odfguiu rfliduf 41 Peeeihy hIahnM Ndwai. (1I lfJý)

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A NEWSPAPER GIANT. THE STORY OF MR. C. A. PEARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

A NEWSPAPER' CGANT. THE STORY OF MR. C. A., PEARSON. In the last issue of the " Review of Re views," Mr. Stead's monthly character sketch has to do with Mr. C. Arthur Pear son, of newspaper renown. Among other things Mr. Stead says: In the year 189I. a dark-haird, short sighted lad of 18 might have been" seen cycling rapidly 30 miles from Drayton, near Bletchley to Bedford. He carried in his pocket the newly-issued number of " Tit Bits," one column of wllich he had eagerly scanned before he had mounted his cycle, and the contents of which were revolving in his busy brain as rapidly as the wheels of his cycle along the roads. The moment he arrived at Bedford, ihe made for tie County Library, and for the rest of the day remained immersed in dictionaries, cyclopadins, gazet teers, and all the other storehouses of con densed literary pemmican which were to be found on its shelves. What he wanted was to obtain the answer to each of one hundred and thirty questions, propounded at the rate...

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A PRINCE AND HIS RUINED PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

A PRINCE AND HIS RUINED PALACE. A rather amusing incident has just taken place at Rome in connection with til tunnel that is about to be constructed under tlto Quirinal Palace. Tilin tunnel will connect the lower and upper pnrts of the city, and will be the first example of such a manlin artery for traffic panning under a Royal palace in the heart of a great city. The tun. nel begins In the V\ia Itaslla, iteceesitating, among other buildings, the demolitioni of a part of tihe I'alaul dol I)rago, the owner of which, a emlber of the most ilncle nlt ItoIman aristocracy, In aery lpartisan of the Papal party. PIrince diel llr?go, couslderling that thei compenslation for lhi ruined palace, " forced " uponi hin Im by tile cot(ltsnisOners, was insullicient, went to law ahtout it, biut Instead if having thea situ riisned, it was, ito hle uItensle indignation, lersened. When the workmien and tulnllcipl authorities went to take ipoenesl onu they found nil the ldolrl walled lip, antI, on the di...

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ABOARD A MODERN WHALER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

ABOARD A MODERN WHALER. -*1 Much of thu rolIance that naluO this -means of earning one's liveli hood so interesting to boys, seems - to have gone out of whaling. In "Templce Dar" Mr .1 ,l. J. ll. describes a short voyogo oil the Kvolilulf, a steam vessel "ninety - feet long, low. in the water, and cap ablo of doing a dozen knots," a ,vessel that we are assured imay be taken us a typo of those that are employed in whaling oil the coast of Iceland, thbo' Faroes Northern Nor way, and iRussia. The blue whale is the greatest prize' being worth fromn £200 to £1100. It reaches a length of ninety feet, and at birth is no less than fifteen feet long. The crew of the Kveldulf-managed to shoot their four-fangeld and explo sivo harpoon into onl blue whale which the impact killed, -Hauling it, to the surface, their engines pumped air into it for two hpurs to sake it float, and they left the carcuso' fr further pursuits, They shortly har pooned a fin whale ' Down, down, down he went. teanu Ing ne...

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VINE CULTURE IN QUEENSLAND. A PROMISING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

YVINE CULTURE .IN QUEEN LAND. A PROMISING INDUSTRY, In the Queensland Official year fBook for 1001. It is stated that thereo is a promising opening for viticulture for an intending settler iti Queensland, for there in ample rooin for'i the extension of this ili dstry, and it is a pleasant and pro fltable' occupation. At the lowest liti1- that taible a;apes 'sell, vlz. Id. iwn l thei,.,tli 'iturns irom .an ai creo of ground -.would be .from £18 to £18, calcilating •the 'crop' at I froifl? iand-a-half. Lo.tvo tons. W'inlagrapes sell fromt .£5i to .£8; per Lon, uac cording to quality; season,; ete. The profit on wine grapes is less,, but ai the snme tinto a larger. acreage can be" cultivated by, 0 one person,. :as they are sold .it 'bulk ,aud~tilnot is saved hi pickliing and :packing.. Th'o1 decland for wineo grapes ?in Queens land is lilcreasing ; coilseqoently. there 'is room for extensioii in this direction : as consumption of rwine must ;and `will' increas?i 'with red'elic= Lion of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

It NOTICE. | ?.I- II I II hi In ll' will Ih' nl ii 1h ?" r? 'nll ig rlIna lPrs of iln (mrliniJnd, Ulito-i-l nlo IIIt ntrl.llring hlory ofI SAllulllllhr nllo nd lellhlni, e lnttlir'= , "THE BLACKMAILERS," Ily it w ll kno nii nail poiý"ý ilnr,;) t n lhl 1 ' 1hi ?s iry Ib 1ouIu III in i` lhrl llll l ll ld111 l'1111111i th' ,,II?1. I, ',' 1 II s1 11ls'tro Iln pll lllSd (111111 Snpximm A dwightlul mtl '''+++d)··l~·Petero*Weyo· ey 4,

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BATTLEFIELD MIRACLES. SOME THRILLING ESCAPES IN THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

BATTLEFIELD MIRACLES. SOME THRILLING ESCAPES IN THE WAR While there is life there is hiop, and Ihere is hope for the soldier sometimes even after he has been hit by a Boer bullet. There have been some marvellous escapes from death on the battleselds since the war beguan. One soldier owes his life to the Queen's choco late-box, another to his match-box: and, as if to balance matters,one unfortunate soldier was wounded by the Queen's shilling, which, being in his pocket, passed with the bullet through the lleshy part of his thigh. Ser geant Woon, of the Natal Mounted Police, who went through the siege of Ladyemith,and wans dangerously wounded in the final attack on thle town, declares that he owes his life to the fact that he had a whistle in his mouth at the time a bullet struck him, the whistle diverting the bullet into his cheek. The ser geant in now back in London, and we may he sure that his whistle will be one of his chief treasures. It is an odd circumstance that " B.P.'s " bro...

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ALMOST A TRAGEDY. Time—1 a.m. Scene—The Witherby sleeping-room. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

ALMOST A TRACEDY. Time-1 a.m. Sceae-The Watherby sleep.' ing-room, Mrs. Witherby (shbakig her husband and whispering violently) : Bery! Wake up! Wake up, I say I Witherby : Huhb Sb Oo-o-e What's matter? Mrs Witherby : There's someone down. stairs. Witherby (turning over) : Go sleep. Mrs. Witherby ;Wake up Someone Is downstairs! Hear that noise I Witherby :Nonsense! Imagination I Mrs. Witherby : h! Listen Therml Hear that I Witherby : Wind. Mrs. Witherby :The wind. is it? Shl Ia that the wind ? Witherby (rising up-also his hair) : That does sound like something. (Jumps out of bed and runs to door.) Mrs. Witherby (wildly after him) :Come back! You rash fellow. You might get murdered Witherby (locking door) : I was only going to lock it. Well, they can't get in here. (His courage rising.) Don't believe it's any one, anyway. Mnr. Witherhy : It is! It is! Just hear them moving about! Oh! why don't you Witherby (his teeth beginning to chatter as the noises continue) : Well, what ? Mrs. Wi...

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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

The (Copyrigt. BLACKMAILERS.. L titriing 1Rotitance of Englalnb anb BSuetralia. By W. Murray Graydon,. Author of "The Thirlstoncs of London," "Reaping the- Whirlwind," &c. S: UM·lARY of Opening CHAPTERS. cMalcolnl Freezer, the owner of a ::ittle statiobn, I's "standing at the .::it, In thd-wilds of Westein Austral ;i, n when his. mate, Jimn Coisnop, Te turns from. the: .nearest settlement 'with letters and papers. 'From the lattci they: learn that ftu ds are be ing_ raised iii Melbourne and Sydney for ann expedition to search for Sir Johni Vallenger and his companions, '.who have been lost while exploring. Whileo they are discussing the quest ion,. a' stranger, hatless and bootless tinnd in"'rags staggers up to the hut and appeals for help. IIe is Charles Tr:avers, one of Sir John's compane ions. Of the sixteen who formed the expedition, all but Sir John, Trav ers; and IMaurice Yorke, the scient lt ehave ? e;porished;.- . 'Sir John, is. l gsalmost: `unconsclous at' then " :t...

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WHAT IS PAID FOR WAR. THE OUTLAY IN MEN AND MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

WHAT ISt PAID FOR' WAR. THE OUTLAY IN MEN AND" MONEY. It is appalling'to know that not far short' of 700 million lives directly,and 14,000,000,000 indirectly, have been lost in the conflicts which have raged in the world. These enor mous totals represent thie present population of the globe many times over. Perhaps some sort of idea of thesed Ilgureas will be realised (writes Mr. Jameds Walker,'in the " Sun "I by taking 'the average height of each of the slain to have been 4ft., placed in a row, they would reach nearly 450 times round the world and twice round tlle sun ! THE' TERRtIIbSE '·RIMEAN TOTAL. Going' back` no further than 48 years, we find that during the Crimean campalgn.which occupied the fl?'wer of European Military genius'a year and it half, about 401 000 died. (Ont of this number, however, only 30,000 were actually killed in battle; 311,000 dying of wounds and disease, and about 60,000 sent home from thie seat of war, invalided, suc. cumbed: These gfiuree iepresent the...

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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 December 1902

COPYRIOGHT. THE LOOMS' OF DWITINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. Synopsis of Previous Ch~te'rs.' CH5.'TERi I. to IV. - Jack ' lasnd ford and George Carington ate friendg at SEllsbury. The former proposes to Miss Lonsdale, but is rejected, but, (Caington wine and marries her. .Blandford speedily proposes to a Minss Harwood, and beiig' accepted marries her. Sirs. Carington sickens and dies in a foreign land. Bland-. ford, in the meantime, falling into diffi culties, is given the post of mairag?d of' Curington'e mill. After the death of his wife Carington received an intimation from Blandford that the businres is ruined owing to the latter having? gambled on the Stock Exchange and loot. Next day, the cotton master, Car: ington, is found poisoned. with laudanom' ndministcrd by his own hand. CtHAPTERS V. and VI.-Twepty years Iave passed in the story, and Doris Lops dlale is employed at the mill of the Bloand fords. Her companion is Daisy Ray and both are acquainted with the tackler,. Frank Baldwin....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903

NOTICE. "-I- 4 ,opeolo'l IJrl lt orl' of a111 orl. InfI llel . AII -o -llii l oll ll , vo l i o -t -t 11) i" rringh 'o "THE BLACKMAILERS," Ity it well known and ponthor,+ II, In l '1oIg I lllo It m r h i11 1 k SI, h141lllJF ullogl d ' Iltt t i l"t l l ?t oi j * lpi ru , A d lli, ghlfol 'lolr . ' -.,,q o,4+- ,+ + +,,o4o,44.,+,?+ ,, +.

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HEALTH AND DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903

S HEALTH AND DIET.' Malny people cat too niuch lbread stufTs, literally carrying into preact-_ ice. their. belief imn the axiomn that ".breald is tile staff of life." 'The result .of this over-cating of breadl-stulffs especially amiong people of sedcentary halbits; or thiose lhered itarily disposed to sluggish liver etc. is a • clogged systemm, iwhich it re m:?lires .frequlent doses': of aperient mnetldicime to relieve. 'j'h inltestinal digestive organs hitve had. too munch to (do; ad ll. sluggish liver and con 'sipati on are sure to. follow. 'People' who ' aire so predisposed would do well (:says the " People's .riled ". ) :to try itll restrict theum selves inmmthe':utnttcr of breadistulTs. starchy' pudldings and potatoes. ,anti subsltitute starchy; ,fruits and those foolds which, are mllaily digested. nll the stomach ( ofl which ianre ttoull ) 'The best .frlits are lmlmtlius; ligs, da.tes alnd, ra'Lions,.. Now I can lin ngsp omeoin e say@mk-!'Wthy' thu o01n starch tiny imore thliu...

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