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RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

RANDOM SHOTS. By a Biliouns .I'arksman. Now that the holitlays are over and the festivities of Xmas and the New Year of nineteen hundred antd three are things of the past, a retrospective and also : prospective:glance may not be out of place. The Boor war and the drought we have with our charac ieristic buoyancy sustained with that pluck and energy which form our national traits. Thern's nothing on. expected in that, looking at the stock from which we sprung; the only drawback to our national character, as the Age would tell us, being the Micawber-like spirit of taking our debts too easily. Certainly we are awfully in debt for so youn, a country, but then, to quote the aforesaid infal. lible authority Micawber, did he not say that with income nineteen and sixpence and expenditure one pound the result would be misery, but that with income twenty shillings and ex penditure nineteen and sixpence the result would be happiness. Arguing on this infallible basis, we have much casn for joy,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorzing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. WHITTLESEA FINANCES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

UCORRESPONDENCE. Without endorlnri .the opinions: of our corresponldents, we ehall be glad to Inneru cnmomunications hearihg upon topics of lpuble interest, whichlinny Ihe intellliently expressed and free from personalitlies, on condiltion of receiving the writer's real name, lot necessarily for publlcation, but as a guarn?tee of good faith ' WIITTLESEA FINANCES.. TO THE EDITOR OF 'rlB EVELYN OBnERVER. BSir,-I see by the report of the \YWhittlesea Coulncil that the overdraft oemounto to £509; and that it was admlitted by counellors that reckless expenditr t iute cih acme. They now propose to wilie out that overdraft by abstaining from any more expenditure. I woeld like to know if this means that they feel incompetent to spend the money of the ratepayoer judiciously. Some of the coun cillors in speaking stated that the roa"d6 were in good artier. The'wmal toad may be so; but in my judgment the branch roads and bridges are anything but, in a safe con diiion, anal I coneiderthat the.ec...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

A NE;WSPAPER APP'EAf. 1 IE . TheI followingo woil tih x200 prize re rlenly offered iy It kylleoto of Amelrlen cditoro for I trot Iblen Iwol p0o0.11 to Irwws 1prubrlr to poiy til ltete 011(0 Ct. 1l0u ItltOy mdtl ttllnled 00l or In lotu editor of the Iforhi, .1toooliin Co.' lvice. of treat elnt oft retlol lien, llnooet ment woni't s11a0d it 0110110 The morti we oortc there grown hollitto Itt, lliggor Iitlil0A oil Ontur JItllM. Onl our polnte onlto 1100 n01w illdlooy, NOW Itin elrlttie of ditlrerot Itito And hercFe coheerlihre Ititter, And wioll'th pay whati lit duet. '1101n lot tin ho up taol 'lottug Holed Your tlt o howeore nittli, Or whitot Ile moow of elonter 0trlcot I Us, W~u shaull 1tur u i p Limits t all.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT. WHAT EDISON MAY EVOLVE SOME DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

A NEW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT. WIIA EDISON MAY EVOLVE SOME DAY. Edison has been occupied for many months, says the " Music Trades' Journal," with a problem created by the commercial use of compressed air. In the hope that he could discover some process or construct some apparatus that would make it feasible to employ reheated compressed air, Edison got so far as to assert that if he was able to obtain a flexible tube that would resist a pressure,perhaps as great a pressure as 1,000 pouuds to the square inch, then he would be able to do what the capitalists are anxious to have done. --Just-as-Edison'sattentien-w5aesllS Englishman's use of metal sheets ' in helix," a man walked in upon him one day, and laid before him what seemed to be a rod, perhaps two feet in length, whose circum ference was in spiral convultions, suggesting 00 elongated screw. The novelty in it consisted first in the DISCOVERY BY A GERMAN inventor that the fluting of a brass tube sub jested it to certain changes, which...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STILL HAD HIS BRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

STILL HAD HIS BRAINS. Dr. Whipple, the Bishop of Minnesota, tells a good story of a man who came from Now York to prevail upon the Indionls to sell their lands, which were very valuable. Ilo nMked the Bishop to help him in his negotiations, but the Bllhop refused, know long he wished to get the best of the Indians So the man called the Indiana together him. self, and said: " My friends, I~have lived 65 years in this world, and the winds of 65 winters have blown overmy head and have silvered it with gray. As a true man, I advise you to accept this new treauty at once." The moment lie sat down the old chief sprang up and said: p' Look at mel The winds of 65 winters have blown over my head and silvered it with grey, but they have not blown my brains awaycouncil was ended. The council waa ended.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XVII. THE MAN WITH THE BLACK PATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

COPVRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. CHAPTER XVII. THE MAN WLTLU THE BLACK PATU H. It was a sunny day in the latter half of February; the air, though clear, was sharp, and the loungers standing about the streets had moist red noses, and icy feet and fingers. It had just gone half past twelve; streams of cotton-workers were pouring out of the warm mills into the chill thoroughlires; many of the younger lasses and lads were bare-armed and unstockinged, running hither and thither in search of those who had brough t th eir dinners, and one wondered that the keen atmosphere did not chill them to tihe bone. The older workers, and all those who laboured in the weaving shed, reeling rooms, and so forth, were more decently clad ; and it was mainly among the classes of female operatives named that one noticed the greatest number of pretty . and inelligent fes. .. ... At the cornerot the narrow lane which led to the Swan Meadow Mills, there stood an old-fashioned hostelry known ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

J,T, MACKEY, JUIR,, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal Pln?e (ef, Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 yeare manufatturinlg for noile and ;Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. "S. H. W. Pithier (Loute of Melborne .Markets). The only legtllimate P-aduce Merchants in the District. . L ARGE supplies always on hand of the following B - Bone Dust Ssperlibusphate(Cum mlng, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed . ''arrarian, Algerian, ,, Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata S em. less than Melbourne prices Chaff, HIay, Brn, Pollard, Straw Rici Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. Everything in the TINIE ONLY kept in stock. AGENT for he celebrated U Salvitls. A call sill cnonince everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, LX rDAL.E. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) SITU3.1VIP AND ' Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fote. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricaltural Implements, &o. Best w...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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The Burglary at the Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

. The * Burglary at the Bank. BY P. BEAUFOY,' It wtainted: tll?ce ?daj?s to ,tho glhad festival' of: Clnlstihnas;'? id' tlhe'. sirt of the season wtiso?aall thi:'iiig, brighteninig ,loolh hlaces, 0( hringing pmiiles to sou, countetnance. tihat rarely fOigoi o telie..iiel'Ss stilli cileitly tlo indulge li? tle t.rlatation 0f it ;Iigh? . h l lnL'=: gaiety isiiita:its inf?ctious"as tsaliii'?s? ,id p tithercfus dlid it comdriiabout ti i nal., isjy alImor hid-miniidd 'idividtaIlI . eaighLt ai sharp attack of joviality, froin his neighbours, ancld astonishell lhis ac gilaittaniced by aji,,elriln,i to think thie world it faiit:i en llliabUle sort of plac?, a.ftel i aill. 'But, Frank Ilfrltrce, clerk at the big'. bank in Rothceriwod, was un uitteribly iitisdrihlbl, and dit not' shairo ii tihe gencral' rcJoicing for Frank was very tuclh in love, a?nd saw no likely prospect of making his sweetheart his wife.' With all the presumplltion of youth he haid actually darted to aspire to the hIiind ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

MARTIN'S .PIor ad P LLS ar'u unversally recommended by rie lcaning .Medical Authonitrs. Afford imirediie re' ieX So ld b6 altChemists in Auctrelasn. Peopdcrkr.MARTINCiCrmlstScuurampton g AGENTS : DUNRDIN &' SAINSHU Y, MI LLUIIURNN. E.J. BUTCHE R, Summer Hill, Kangaroo Gd., TN thanking his numerous customers for l past favors, bees to intimate that he will as heretofore continue to sell prime •meat at reasonable rates, and that cleanli ness and civility Isitll his mottO. Carts will run as usual-Kangaroo Ground and Watson's t:reek Tuesdays and Fridays, 'Pantoi IIIII, Queenstown, & Smith's Gully Wednesdays and Saturdaye. ELTHAM BUTCHERY. WM. MORRIS: B EG'S to thlank his customers for their liberal patronage in the past, ?ntd also desires to inform the public that he l'ts'extended his round to Diamond Creek and district, up us far as IHursts' bridge.nnd will run his cart thlere.three days a Week, Hionday, Wednesday, and Friday. Kaugavoon Grouna: will be visited ev?tr y T...

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ON THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

ON TIlE ROUCK "F.GIBRALTAR. - as- cln et<' countriis; wnb t-'^ the exception rather than t.11 rulO to carry money in one's pockets, it is 110 UlllICOllllOll custoIlm ell ii clnhrch collection is mnadt to deposit in the bag or plate a paper nlmeuo. with the nUinloit'ildicated thereon. In Ce.ylonl this contribltion is called a chit, which is redeemed in bulk at the end of tiie' month by a collect iug 'olllccl of tho chuirclh Defalilllters ac'e° very tow in nuniber but anly paper of this description not taken up is aa bla~ik lmark against the con tributor which tells againstl his re putation for creilit ill the Colony or district "in" whilli' he haplpens to re-' side. A few days ago one of the military clioplilns' at' .Gibraltar hit' upon what he thought wits a singutlarly happy idea for inducing his congre gationl to subscribe mnore liberally to' the oifertorles than was -their custoin. This ' ws 'thitt tho. m11on instead of putting theli peniies into a bag ( or, rather ref...

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ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

EITIIAM RUALVAY, TIMrl1 'rAIILE. wVuiic I)AYS. Leavoe Mclblirt'e-8.8 aIm., 4.10 p,m. Lcvoe Ilvldelhsr,-I 25 am,, 4,55 4.66p.m Leave (Irersabaorsagh 17'mtlnutim later tlhai IIlelurebie, niod arive at Irithalli 5 minutesa tter lovlni IIuldieIbsrg, Leave IHttiai-8.:15 ,,ai,, 4.5 p.m, Leveo Creeiilhoros,4h 8i mintues Inter. Leave IuieI·elerg-i.17 am., 4II?7 pin. KATU1IDAYR, Leave Ielbouriu-8.rs 8 nl, 1 2.11 anld 5 .40 p 51. L~eave ll~dtlllhrg-ll.25 mall,,, 5.55 asld 0,25 p.111. Leave lcl~ltlhnm-8.35l n,ml, ; 15 and 5.75 Liiaee Ileldnlbmru-r- I? a.ml. 1.47 aid 0.17 pill,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Openeing CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

'H~e (opyright).. 14` %tIrrtin4 1Ikomanrce of uiibr anb: an' Ei etralia By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Tlio Thirlstones of London," ' lfoijiiog the Whir~iiird," &.. SUMIlAIlY of Openling CIIAPTERS. llailcoll Il'razer, the ownler of a catttle stlttion, is statling at the hut, ill the wilds' of Wcstern Austral in, wileil his mate. Jiri' Connop,' re tur'rns' fromt the nearest settleileoit with letters and papers. Fromi the hltter tlhiy lea'rn thatL flnids arc I? lig rdilsed ill Mlelliourln andl Sydney for an expldcitiou to search for Sir Johbi V\lle?lger and his companion:s, who have been lost cwhile exploring. While they are discussing the quest loll, t'stranger, hatless andtl bootless aid ill rags staggers up to the hlut ,.aid nlpetals. for help. IIo is Chillcs 'Travers, one of Sir John's coltpat S ions. Of tle sixteen who forlmed tile' exi)cditioIn, all but Sitr John, Tria' el's, and Ma?iuice Yorke, thei scient 1st,have perished. Sir John, is lying almost unllcolsciotius a...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DELHI OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

THE DELHI OF TODAY. BY FRANCIS STI?PFOIRD, IN THE "DAILY MAIL." Q.-Describe Delhi. A.:-Thl ancient capital of India, built of red grauite, on thie banks of the SRiver Juruna; The. Grand ,Moguls " reigned th+bie.' tfiwar t I?a?eig- i "t1ih' M?utiny and captured. Lord Roberts -little " Bobs," the gunner sibaltern -led a storming plrty, and'*"n a V.O. InTJanuary they are going to have a dubrhar theren. Q.--What is Delhi famous for I A.-Ruins, memories, and historic brenches. Tllere are two or Ihrer mosques, a palace, a fort, a pillar of victory, anid Obandni Chtwk, \which rlay be a chutney or may uean Silver. StrnIst. Q-Is that all i A.-What iorei do you want I Tlhiere answers describe with Ino uindue exi?geratiou thi very vague ideas whlichi idely prevail regarding- that city of India which is to figurn so pro ruirently in: e t "EnElish eowspapers during the next few weeks.r Ec',a 'its protiuitciation. duos not alw'nys come triplpingly to the tongiie " DIlly' : it 'is. not '\ Del-alhi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW EUROPE WAS SAVED BY ENGLAND. THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

HOW EUROPE WAS SAVED BY ENGLAND. THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SEA. In the second volume of his fascinating story of the Great War, which began in 1703 and ended in 1815, Mr. W. II. Fitchett con cerns himself chiefly with the struggle for the sea, says a contemporary, and supplies some masterly descriptions of the. famoss fights which made thiasperiod for ever glori ous in our naval annals. THE FIGHT WITH THE, VENGEUIR. Here is an example of the writer's style. He is descsibing the Brunswick's and Ven geur's part in the battle of June let: The curve of their hulls made a little space betwixt the guns of the two ships in the bat teries fore and aft, yet they were so near that the men loading the gun at an English port could see the crew of the French gun oppo site busy at the same task, and the rival gunners raced Curiously to get thesr gun die. charged first. At one particular port a curi ous incident took place. The men belonging to two guns opposite each other, says an ac count written by ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 5TH JAN., 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

ELTHAM SHIRE" CO'U'NC I L ORDINARY MONTHLY M1tiRETINO.. MONDAY, 5.tTJAw., 19O.90 , ?i The ordinary meeting of this Council was held at the Council-Chamber, Kangaroo Ground" Hotel, an. Monday last. Present : r- Or. Bath, Bell, Cameron, Morris, Smedley, and Scott. The President being absent, Cr Bell moved that. Cr OCameron cecupy the chair pro .tern. Seconded by Cr Smedley and carried. . The minutes of the annual meeting and previous ordinary .meeting were read and confirmed, ,sand outward cor respondence approved of. CUoRREPONDBNCR. From Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, 10th December, in reply, relative "to paylment of the Board's contribution of £15 tonwards expenditare 'upon t'e road betweeri the tridgerover the Watie Rive' sand' the junctioin of the New Chlm anid 3leyer'a Creeks, informing that the Counlyl's request as to an advance is agreed to, arid the money will be paid " the ctcaqte :e tiet C iuncii' sarv?yor. The Sutrveyor' iid that £5 had been spent on the road in...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

SAFELY THIOUGHI DANGER. LIFE IN JEOPARDY. The Case of rs. . RICKARD. (B8 our A'epcrter,) There is in most of us a feeling of gratitude that we have been brought safely through past dangers; but somo times people forget the manifold mercies which hare been extoaded to them. Not so, however, with MLrs. Marion Rickard, of No. 118 Lygon-strcot, East bruns wick who stated to a reporter that by divulging the ensuing facts she would be rendering the best possible servioo to those whoso lives are in jeopardy. Pursuing her opening remarks, Mrs. Rickard said : - "Unfortuately for myself, I was nob born with a siliver spoon in my mouth, and I have had a lot of worry and a considerable amtount of hard work in my time. So many adversities culminated in a complete break-up of my health, I felt as if I wanted to work, but I had not enough strength to do it. "1 got very restless at night, sleeping only for short stretches, and waking up wits a start from the most awful dreams you could think of. Wh...

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THE JUDGE AND THE WITCH [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

THE JUDGE AND THE WITCH In her later years Mam Haney has given up family washing for the more prolitable trade of fortune-telling. She can reveal the past, explain the present, and foresee the future; she can locate lost or stolen articles, and bring back your wandering true love. She lives in a small house in a back street. Next door are her daughter and a large family, but Monam prefers an independent establishment, where she can live in a privacy befitting a sorceress. She is a dirty old woman, whose deep-set eyes are per manently screwed up flom much peering into the darkness of the future. One day Mrs. Curtise lost the gold thimble that had been her mother's. She searched her house thoroughly, but it could not be found. She valued it far beyond its intrinsic worth, and in her anxiety to recover It she resolved to consult Maut Haney. She had always looked on Mlam as a disreputable old impostor, but she had heard wonderful tales of her skill, and in time of trouble we seek aid at...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

hrt Outigo (bb toer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1903. The Yan Yean annual pic-iac. held on New Year's Day was, as usual,.a great success:. Mass will be celebrated at' St. Joseph's, Yan Yean, on Sunday next; 11th inst., at 11 am. The annual hall held on New Year's Eve at the Smith's Gully Hall proved a very enjoyable and successful affair.,. The an'nual me'eting and o'dinary monthly mnoting of the Whittlesea Shire Oouncil will be held on Monday A blazaar will he held next Thursday and Friday, 16th antd 16th inst., at the Hazelglen Hall, in aid of the buildisig fund. A watch night service was conducted by Mr Krr (of the Presbyterian Church) at Christmas Hills to welcome in the New Year. Twelve head of young stack are advnrtised as stolen or strayed from a paddock at Hazelglen. A reward will be paid by Mr James Kennedy; 15 Johnston Street, Olliingwood, for information leading to their recovery. Mesars Brown and Scott,l:the.well?. known and popular drapers of 401 ...

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UN-GET-AT-ABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

UN.CET-AT.ABLE. An ittnrtiiy iii tti.e IMkck (Cuulrit r.nr utly vl J.ll ii? 1 N(1 11111' a l nnv lI)(j. rYIIV 1 it w to wvvr liii goId (,( iiruheiiI~1 a I,. vdkinI. bot 111 oh iolul I hiu nIuiiiulhrj~iiujul, do. 4,I. up hiaiut. 'I .i In uoh III ii iiIi. 81. hoad gums Wl 1t hi 1011 11hyh~ hI01111 IitIIIhuill 111111 0 0 halthhrniy, uI ulVhhall Ih gehKlt-athhhhe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 9 January 1903

Notice. W. J. EVERITT, Wheelwright and Blacksmith, KANGAROO GROUND, IJ returning thanks to his numerbou friends and customers for their liberal support in the past begs to intimate that owing to the en,,iry of his len~=, he has Removed his Business to the Shop adjoining his late premies. W. J. E. has his shop complete with all the latest Machines for a ready despach of work entrusted to him. All classes of Veb!cles and Implements made to order and repaired. Coach painting a speclality. otice. M/R. GEORGE COUTIE belr to inform the travelling publle that he has bought Mr. Wilsou's LINE OF COACHES running from Eltham Railway Station to Queenstown. Two coaches as heretofore will be run daily to and fro, and an extra coach on Saturdays (1t required) to meet the 6.50 p.m. train. Medical Notice. DR, GORDON PHILLIPS; L.R.O.P., Lond., M.R.C.H., Eng., L.S.A., Lend Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Conaulted Every Wednesday, AT Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. aongarno Ground (if Instructed at Mel delb...

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