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CHRISTMAS HILLS SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 2 January 1903
CHRISTMAS HILLS SCHOOL CONCERT. &nbsp; On Thursday evening, the 19th December, &nbsp; &nbsp; most Jounble function was held in th hall of he Mechanics' nlustitute, Christmi a l l., ls. Was-initintmI by:.the mistress', Sl i t obtaining uil'di for apparatus for her -hosl. ite programlue opened with a pianoforte solo, The:Fairy King," very nicely fblyedo by Mbliss Mary ainr. Then followed "school songs" by the chihiren, excellently rendered.' ?ext came exercises, also given by the children; The " Hlorn pipu" was the next item, danced by Miss Phyllis l1'Keusn with great verve, and " this Iass that loved a sailor" was ably supported by Master V Cumberland, who made a dear little " Jack Tar."" The 5th class girls then gave an exhibition of exercises with rods, most cruditable to teaoher and pupils. The song, " busle-ie," was very nicely sung by Mlaster Tom Charles, and then Master L. COmber land gave an exhibition of clubs to a musical Accompaliiment very well inde...
THE READINESS OF TOMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
THE READINESS OF TOMMY. " Tommy is such a good boy," said IMro. Taddella to the minister, as she served the pastry. " You know, Dr. (lhoker, that pie " Thaitls ery true, iMrs. T(ldelle," the minliter eseented, an he put a mouthful of the custard pie where it would do the most good--or harm-" that is very trlle, hirs. Tnddells. When I was a boy I was not ollowerld to rct pastry, nnd oll mlotlhers ioats watch theilr children's diet very carefully," " Iut I nm not at all hliral with Tommy, you will underelinal, doctor," lrs. T'rlelllle went on. " Whenurer I hlave snoletlilnig for drea?lrt which Tialmv callnnot cat-pi',. for exomple-- give him 2d. to pay for lis doe privation, And Tommy tolke it no olheer fully, Doctor. lln never objects in the Irrlt. Tommy in such a dler boy, Dlr. uhnltier." " I am very glad to liear it, Mrn. Toddelrll. No, thank you, I colld not ihink Iof elling more thln one tee of plie, sexelllenl 11 it in. liti I Ilnl truly glad to ihear oif l'oiarnn'e lialnlinllar...
THE CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
THE CATAL. -+ A Ir"llred linendrnper, puoing aI ni nilthority in geograph3', was re? cEIItly holat with hie own petard, '1'hi giintlenIan went Into school oln nllty with the Intention of put tnllg the nffth standard through their furnlog In the gelography 'l Europe. til Kogan : " What In the capital of 'ollaltd?" " I 1 " was the crushing raloindu from the Imnart hoy of the class, 'rhl ux-llnendrapear did not pursue hie g'lugraphlcal IuIMtlli further, but left burrlhy Iy. (?a14).
ON THE DOORSTEP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
UN THE DOORSTEP. " Excuse me," said the detective, na he iprescllted himself at the door of the music academy, " but I hope you'll giveo Ine what inforlimattion yoi: lllhe anld lot make at fuss." " \VWhat o youll l nean ? " wis the JlldlgnlunL inlquiry ? " " Why that little affair, you know-, " I dlon't understauLlid." " Why you 5re, we got a tip from the houi:se next door that somebody here w5 Iuirllellering Wagner, and tih clhief sctL Ilue down to work up a case,"
MIGHT GET SMASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
MICHT CET SMASHED.' A cricket club recently engaged a new ground man. About the same time they invested in a horse to pull the roller. Shortly afterwards he aplproachcd the club's secretary ; "It's about the 'oss," he explaine.! "What's wrong with him 7 " "Nothing-at present," wa' Ithe reply. But I want to know who is responsible if the 'osa nsets with a bad accident ? " "Well. I sLppose you would be re sponsible. The animal is in your charge, you know." "Then I resign," was the unex pected rejoiner. "The brute hasn't -tlle Speed i hinm to get out of the way of the roller, and 1 shall be running him down some day."
KANGAROO GROUND V. CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
KANGAROO GROUND V. ClIRISTMIAS HI ILLS. Christmas Hills team :did not put in an nppearance on Sfatrday last to finish the match started the previous Saturlay, so the game counts as a win to KaIngaroo Ground. Following are the scores of the two inhings played:- . First Innings. G. Speets, c II. Dohnt. b;A. Dohat 8 Harris, c G. Wilson, bI A Dohnt 23 :his; ,peers, c O. Wilson, b A. Dohat 0 Morris, b Wilson .., I Toplping, c nod b Dohat , .. 43 Nicholas,; c Sloan, b A. Dohnt. 11 Tnalor;nutont . : ... 0 J. K;unlnedly II. Dubnt, b Love , 9' Andlrws, b Lour ,. 3 tGreenu?way, b Lho ... 0 . 'Kenu'ddy, absent"s ?- ;?Byis·.! : , ' . 2 : loan,' peers t'. "-3. ' : ",, ` - : ".k .; ,100 :; ;;D Bowling Anolysisi :, milsto 1 ronsn wkts : I Dohut '0 2.?1' A o vilson .13 Sg 20.?: , . . "';..;HRISTMIAR HILLS Si loan lb 8peor I?llDotiflb .h.toPing ' 7 A IlJohllt b Topping: ? i 0G. Love; b.Speerso 8?3 A. Love, ITopping .. .. 0 Iall, a nod h.b llo 0... . o J:~J.tlou,untooto.tu :,., ::, 1 ; . tWheoladiln ...
BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
BOUItKE.EVELYN ORIOKET; 'A SSOC IATION. Accordin , tb', th dra :tlie clubs takeo.t?e fillowin_:gnu, br :-er ,Arthrl r's Creek Central :. 1 1 - - -jttt esca Diiuo?drl Creek. ? ..; 4 S Arthur's Oriek: . , 5 Greens;orough... .. 6 ;t IlRST I'D: ":: UN Oct.2-5 & Nuv. 1;. :; 6 & 13 'ov 8' & 15: Dec.:20'& Jan 10 4 1 v-3 '' " 4 v :: JNo1 r "2 J" 23 v6 2v 6 SECoND ROUND. Jan 17 & 21" 'Feb.& 1 7 2 r1 - . 5 4. 2.v3. 6v5 4v6 Jan,' 31& Feb 7 March 14 & 21 5 r 2 6v 2 Feb. 14 & 21 SNOTE-TtW'o S,,iurdays viacant (27th :Drcelsiber And 3rd Jasuary). TheP Iutolhns to hI playod on the grounds of thu olubs first mentioned.
DAISY DIALOGUES. "A NEW YEAR'S DAY WIN." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
DAISY DIALOGUES. .By V. S. H. "A NEW YEKAR'S DAY 'WIN," " Who was the fellow in the front seait, girls? .Such fair curly hair," said Daisy Hamil t ," the other pic-' nickerd. " Who? The cricketer I Beato'ne of the 'eleven at cutting in- " ',.' " Cutting hurts, its unkind." " Otherwise the' lonely man,' "again hazarded Isabella Talla. "No, guess he isn't. Who is game enough to sanuggle him off all day 1"' chipped in Daisy. I" If you 'can," responded all. " What will you take me for 1" Got any other games ?' queried asleil. "-Why I" asked Daisy. " Because -I will bat you a new.skirt that you cannot' get that little cow. licked curl by the side of the parting." " How long 1": " Until the parting." " Hrrible-.puncl your head for that." ,' Then I will be hardly punished Daisy." - , "And the puny then may shed tears, I suppose." " Usual thing." "Rot I Keep to the point. How long'will yolt give tse lseabel ?" " Show md the curl Iefore tea time." " Really, that nice dream of a white skiht w...
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
"1STICIENG TotdTRnR It Aot. SouTS OF WrI ATuRR."-The fri?dship between man and man which oenbles them to stick to. gcther in all qorts of wrather is a friendship worth hnving., In times of prosperity some of us ran hnrdtlydlistlnguish a friend of this klud from one of the other sort. Hut let the storm clauds gather mnd we soon know who the true friend is. And when' the clouds of sicknessgather about as we tarn naturally and instnctivrely to Holloway's I'tlls nul Ointment. They are the only friends whoce friendship Is worth a rnp at such timers, We know it, and we turn to them, confilent in the knowledge that they will restore no to heIt.
KINGLAKE V. CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
KINGLAKI V. Af LEDONIA;. u Played 'at Kinglake on the 6th and 18th alt., and. resulted in an easywin for Kinig •lake by 1460 runs. Following. arethe scores : SINOLAKEh. r.h rot.t Inhiege R :Hbberdthl,t b w ooedson.i, 18. 1Wm.' urphy, b tlearao .. c17. A. Hubbard, h Bea..... ? .. 28 J. lMurphly, b enre 4 . Hilulbard, lb Bere '.. h.. 7 Clenerits, b'llere .. \Vanl. turlphy, uot out :- ...11 M'Auliffe, run out Campbell. c Ilartley, b GlIeno . ?oilllr, b Olenann ' Al'Mahon, e.Uoudson b Beare .l' Sundries ... :; 9, Bowling Anialysis '' lls I runs wktis Benre.. ;. 02 40 6'' SGoodlson .;. 41 34 I : Oleon ... 42 16'': 2 Setonr Inuings. W.r Hubbard, b Oldnnoni r .' WaiI Murphy, c Iartley, b Hrtley Bre 1 Ba A: Hubbard, b Fletcher ... 18 J. Mirphy, b Fletchler .. 27 J. Ilu'lhiri , b Goodson . ..; 0 Wnm. Murphy,GhOoodson ...; 16 Clements, a HIarley, b Beare ·...; 31 M'Auliffe, b Goodson ,... . l'l oln, b.Ooodson .. . . .. : Campbell, I b i?, b Goodeon:..,: .l Milller, not out ... 4 buudries .. '...
CALEDONIA V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
CALEDONIA V. PANTON IILL. Played at Queenstowil on December 27th and January 3rd, and resultesd' i-n ecnsy' win for Caledonia by 90 runs. Following are the scores : CALEDONIA. First Innings,. P. Olennon, b Plunkett .,, 18 0. lleare, o W. Plunkett, b Cracknell 88 V. Fmith, b Spry ... .., 21 J lisrtliy, run out . .., 18 F. Fletchller, b Cracknoll ,., 4 Duell, h Craecknell ... O. 0 T. Smilth, run out ... ... 4 Penko, I Spry ... .., 4 Kellcher, c and b Spry .,, 0 lllhl tiln, not out .., 0 Wlright, abeont ilyes ... ... 0 109 Blowling Analysis, ball I runs hwkt E. Spry ,, 18 19 0 V. Pipry ... 27 19 8 W. Plunkett ,.. 42 25 1 8. COrckliell ... 00 21 8 W. Crackell ... 12 12 0 Secolill Innnglli. ''. IIlIth h, , Cr'iicknell *,. 0 hlrl ivy, st, h W. Cracknell ,, 112 li?,nr, a \Siy. V ry, h Pllnkett 11 W. I). HmlllIh, hi (iliiUinn .,, 80 Ih'h'heir, h Illeni ni n . II1 I'nke, n and b l t llennon ... 4 1)ilell, run out .. o ., , I \Vrl hl, l b l Iown ld .. . 8 Kllher, ao A. Utruknill, b llwniard i...
THE LATE DR. PARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
THE LATE DR. PARKER. Thd London correspondent of the Argua, under date of the 5th nlt., writes :-Dr Joseph Parker, of the church in Hulborn known as the Oity - Temple, has just died, after a long illness. He was what' is called. * a"." 'powerful preacher," and he undoubtedly wielded a 'large influence among'the: Nancomformista. It cannot, however, be fairly said that be was a great man, like the late Mr Spurgeon, for instance.: He nevertheless, had a wonderful knack of using common place subjects to illustrute whatever he had to say. He was most apt in utilising the ten. denciesof the hour, especially in the world of politics, and the Liberal party, of which he was a prominent member, . experienced no more scathing criticism ,han his deliverance in the autumn of 1901, in which he showed that he was toe patriotic to be a pro-Bomr. Bui his style of preaching was too theatirial for many persons. He ppssessed. a thunderous voice, and would begin' a' sentence in a tone which almost raise...
NO CAUSE OF COMPLAINT NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
NO CAUSE OF COMPLAINT lOW, Colmnl'l IIt- -- clllllllllled II crnclt rifle collrp. Aln iI tlletol l f . a regiment lIIIJ pi,! ,edl ohi liecfu(l rily ; there were Ino com.l phlinii. " 111 1t," 11l thn in retpe ingr offlcer, " I i hound toll tll yOul, (mlonl] II-- Ithn rullnllllr I11r%1o reilchlld Iic110 oIlf g nll lling nlllg llrriedi o enll xllosrvelj lllly Im g your nicrnt.e" " ThatI m y i lia r, thiell ) I, 1 ', i ll r," 11111 till' ( Zlllniii, i i 0 11 1111111lhii ii,'iiII Il Li I'lil)) 1tlh 1ilin 111,1 ' " l InIIiIIIh 11i 111llag bu I IIn lilnl llly oi thEi l I l ') 1111 nohing o, Ih1t1 kind in vgue now, bi i uil 1'v,, woi sill Ihe re?dy lm lilny li tlh regimnlil, and will not llhiw uii1' inl llk. n n: IlMa, yho lln'e g hi' tor Illy I llll l u t. iy0 II ill l t. 1'i111111 : I:ll e eil , 1 11vn y01111 0 1iI ii a hll e11 lianm 'Yeli. h NIo. '111' 11t'h 'l I Ih linvn Lto IalII It " u y tl give ul yur wnlah 11d
COMMONWEALTH CHARITY FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
COMMONWEALTII CHARITY. FETE. Tie following letter has been addressed by the Olhairman, the Hon. Sir John Meultyre, K.BR, to the lead. ing newspapers in Victoria, and was published by" The Argue," "The Age," and "The Herald" on the 26th aed 27th December reslpectively, " Sir,-By request of the Cowesitlee I desire to bring under the notice of your readers tile alma and object of the ahwe movement. Thlle appeal we are making to the people of Victorih Is in such a shape as all can help thosc of our charities which are so much in need of inancilal aid at present. It pltacticlly means a shilling sanlaciption, an amount which we feel sure will be willingly contributed towards the relict of the unfortunato Malice suffercrs, wiho are to share in tihe fund with our eharltable s1Itl. lutions. We peurpose holdlag a series of Indoor andti outoor public ontertainloeets,, Iolh In the umetropolitanll area as well as in the larger centres of population lolatid, and it Is by this means that we hope t...
Indigestion For Ten Years. DWINDLED AWAY TO A SKELETON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
'Indigestion For Ten Years. DWINDLED AWAY TO A SKELETON. Asa fittingillistration of the wonder ful. eticae t of Bie Beans in curing the miost severe cases of Indigasiion.aud Dyspepsia, we quote the following frimn Mis Laura Jaimes, of No 2 Rise St., North Fitzony, Melbourne. 'This lady says :-" For quite ten 'years I have been a sufferer from Indigestion and Dyspepsia, and I feel mure I would still be enduring agony if I had not the good fortune to have tried Bile Beans. And I can honestly say that a ierrdon sltlferillg as I suffered would tie mtuch better dead than alive. No food agreed with me; even liquid nourisnhmont made me stffer greatly. .I dwindled away until I became a mere skeleton and a burden to myself and relations. About eight months ago a friend siated Mrs Hlood, ef Market Street, Filzrny, advised me to try Bile Beans. The first hbo seemed to improve me, and of course I continued to take them. My case was a bad one, chronio and of olog standing, but with each box my s...
KANGAROO GROUND PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903
KANGAROO GROUND PIO? NIC. The Kangaroo Ground picnic was held on New Year's Day at !' Fairies" on the Yarra, Mr. Perbury. having kindly granted the use of his paddocks for tihe occasion. Gentle zophyrs were wafted from across the river and the sun shone regardless of expense, in fact the weather was all that could be desired. Tile residents showed their appreoiation af Mr. Berrachie's thought fulness by turning onut in large num- t ers. There was also a fair sprinkling of visitors from the mletropolis. Cricket and other games had their partisans. Races were run during the day. The tng.of-war caused much excitement. After a pull of some four minutes' dusatiun, the rope parted, and men of llrawn i and muselb were deposited on the ground in various striking attitudes. The second pull resulted in a will for Andrews' team. A ball was held in the evening in tile local hall, whicli was filled to over flowing. The attendance far exceeded the conmmittee's expectations, coase. queenly there w...