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DACHSHUND AND COLLAR BUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

DACHSHUND AND COLLAR BUTIUN. " Htinler's collar button rolled into the bureau," " And ho' sicked' his dachshund after it," " Go on." " The bureau is heavy. and stands close to thu floor." " Proceed." "Tihe dauhehund Is tho thinnest dnohh nd that over breatlhed, and Iho otll(i just squeeze under the burenu." " WVlI Y" ''Well, the duchehund reached the roltnr button nnd nt once snlwlowed it. It stuck hllflwaiy down and thickened the dog so that h eoutlidni't pill himself Imst theu hnoip. 'o ?lindir had to call Int I II jtll tntor of th,' lint and they lited thi' buh 'tl oil the d g." ' \Wht aboutl the button Y' " Hlllthr suld he'd let thel dogi keep the hbutton, ii might need it." " Need It P" " Ytis, lu oumesomebody collared hllm,"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOURKE-EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

BOURKE.EVELYN CRICKET -ASSOCIATION. According to the draw the clubs take the following numbers : Arthur's Creek Central... 1 Whittlesea ... ... 2 UUpper Diamond Creek ... 3 Diamond Creek... - ."4 Arthur's Oreek'... .... " Greenshortugh .. 6 SEGOND ROUND.4 Jan 17: 24 Feb. 28 & sar. 7 2 v 1 1 5 4 v 3 2 3 Jan. 1 & Feb. 7 March 14 & 21 1v4 Svl 3v 6 5v4 5'v2 6? 2 ~62'w 4 ____ oTSr Twc Saturdays vacant (27th 'Dece'ier' ad 3rd Jauiuary). " iThe ':mtehesl to be played on: the igroands of the clubs first mentioned..

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CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. ORDER OF PLAY, SECOND ROUND January 24 and 31 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

CIOCKET. THE CAMERON TROPHII. ORDER fr' PLAY. BECOD R?TND January 24 and 31 Christmns Httills Caledonia Kinglake v Panton Hill . Kngaroo Ground,a bye. . February 7 and 14 Kangaroo Ground v Kinglake ..' Panton Hill v Christmasa Hills Caledoula a bye February 21 and 28 Caledonia l Kangaroo Ground Kinglake v Christmas Hills * Panton H11ll a bye March 7 and 14 Caledonia v Kinglake Panton Iill v Kingaroo Ground Chrislmas IlillR a bye " Matches to be played on the groundotf the clubs fBrst-named.

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 12TH JAN., 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

SWHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTIILY MEETING. ,MONDAY, 12TH JAN., 1903. The ordinary meeting of this Council was held on Monday last, there being present :-The President (Cr. .Draper),. and' Ors. Cornfoot, Morris, Murphy, Nicholfon, Reid, Thimas, and Willis. The'minutes of the previous imeeting wroe. rend andconfirmed and outward correspondence approved of. CORRESPONDENCE. From Delnrtmout of Lands and Survey, 11th :December, as follows : Referring to your inquiry at this otliae to day, in regard to the application of theo Whittlesea Shire Council for the reservation of the unsold portion of the-Whittlesea township for park pur. poses, I havr the bhonor to state that .the District Surveyor is now engaged 'it the Ipreparation of a report on the matter, the result of which will be commuunicated to you.-Received. SFrom Clerk of Courts., Collingwood, re Wardrop v. 13onsett; Shire of Whit. tloses garnishee, returning cheque, as a payment into court is fee han to be paid. In forwar...

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ARTHUR'S CREEK CENTRAL V. UPPER DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

ARTHU.r'S .CREEK CENTRAL . UPPER DIAM OND CREEK. This match was played at Artlhur's Creek' ii the 20tli Decemnibei and 10t Judulary. It ended 'in a ;vin' forth'll Centrails by .9 rnris. The Centrals. hid twoemen asenit itheir ist ieiings, and Upper Diualoid had one hbselit in their.secoud inid?nge. 'H. Green mnade two fine iniinl?s of 53 and '1 (not ol ) for the home team. Ward 22 asd T., Cox 17 did heat for the .visitore. .The scores were as folliw'%" : CENTRALS. First innirigs. W. Phillips, Co ... .. 11 F: W. Flaunett, ta Cox ... 11 Murphy;p, I, Mills .. .. 5 Greeq,:ci.bh,\ard: : °.; :. 53 A. Heimpel,. b Cox ... 0 P. Htnilot;'run obut ... . 18 E. Phillips, b Ward .:' :' 8 Harricon; tt Cx . . .. Wal.IPhillilis,. no out .. .:' 0 Sundries 10 11th .Bowlin analys is S bllq ( runs wkts J. Mill '":'".. 60.. 50. 1 J. Oet .. 90 137 4 WVit .. 27 23 2 . Second iniing. F. W. Hamniet ' .. 1 W; Phillips, , , Mills . .: 18 \V.H oinpel; b Curtis . : ... 11 Mann, b Curtis ..y 21 Greenn, notiOt ,. ...

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A KING'S LOVE STORY. THE LOVE-LETTERS OF KING HENRY VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

A KING'S LOVE STORY. 'THE LOVE-LETTERS OF KING HENRY VIII. The love-letters between Henry the Eighth and Anne Boleyn areof considerable interest, both to the student of history and the dabbler in literary enriosities. To the former the historic duel between King and Pope. which raged round the name of Anne, is an incident of the greatest importance. For from it the Reformation indirectly sprung, and the foinal denial of the arrogant right of the occupier of the Papal throne to meddle in the alffairs of our sea-girt shores. To the latter they affard an excellent example of the saying " that love levels all things." For they dis. cover the autocratic and despotic Tudor beseeching, cajoling his mistress in the every-day manner of the devoted lover. This self-willed King, who let nothing stand in the way of his desires, " roars him as gently on any sucking dove "; while the object of his fickle affections is not a wit less artful than tihe rest of her sex under similar circum stances. T...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY AT YAN YEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

NEW YEAR'S DAY AT YAN YEAN. The annual oinnuster public pic-nic was held on New Year's Day in the Mlettopolitan Board of Works Reserve, overlooking the Yan Yeau Reservoir one ef the moit picturesqut spots in the State. The day beling an ideal"oine for the event, there was a large gather. iug of the general public, including saome well-known and distinguished visitors, fully 2000 persons paying for admission to the grounds, which is an increase in the previous year's takings. Warnecke's Brass Band was in attendance, but the music was entirely neglected owing to the excitement caused by the Highland dancing and the bag-pipes, which was greatly appreciated and very favorably commuented upon by many persons present. The merry-go-round aad swinging boats, and.otlter side shows too numerous to meltion, afforded ample amusement for the children, and it is needless to say that they wers well patronised by them and gave entire satisfaction. OR the whole the pi-cnic was a thorough success, hb...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

E. J. COUTIE, Summer Hill, Kangaroo Gd., , N thanking his numerous customers for I. past favors, bees to intimate that he will 'as heretofore continue to sell prime meat at reasonable rates, and that cleanli ness and civility Is s tll his motto. Cart' will run as usual-Kangaroo Ground and Watson's tlreek Tuesdays and Fridays, Pauiton Hill, Queenstown, & Smith's Gully Wesdnedlays and Saturdays. ELTHf 1 BUTCHERY. W1Mv MORRIS '' G S to thank Ihis customers 'for their liberal patronage in the past, antd also desires to inform the public that Ihe h.s extended his round to I)lauund Creek and district, up as far as IHursts' brldge,,nd will run ,hsll cart there tlhree days a week, Monday, Wednesday, and,Friday. Kangaroo Grouisd will be visited every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. P:. R Y A N., r ? , TCEIEI, DIAMOND CREEK, B E GS to notilfy that his carts will run B as follows: Rlthbm, Researoh,and Kanuaroo Ground -Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sat urdays. Dlamond Creek to Arthutr's Cre...

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SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. T'o make potatoes white when cooked they should be allowed to lie-pared-in cold water for about two hours. When an eiderdown quilt has got hard, and lost all its elasticity, hang it in the sun for a few hours, and all the life will come back to it.' If larp, gets overturned water will be of no use in oetinguishing the 'flames. Earth,' sand, or flour thrown on it will have the desired effect. If you soak the wick in vinegar for two or three hours ,before using, your nlamp will 'give ,a better light and will not sanke. You should dry the wick before lighting When paplering a room with a thick or hti* vy paper it is sometimtis founld d illicult to get it on e'en. After 'pating it the first' time all thmoroughly well, hang the lengths on ait Ilne. until very nearly dry, 'i'hen rLL-pusto agnn, and It will lie on quite even nionl without any creases. When' washing blankets make a lather of boiled ouIp and topidl water, nindl allnw It tabliespooiful of household ammt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

SDiamond Creek Literary Institute. Will he held on 'r'TIIUllSDAY. FRIDAY, & SATURDAY. 29th, 3oth, & 31st January, 1903. IN THE INSTITUTE, In aid of the Building Fund. MAnT ATrrnactoss: See posters. IE. C. LEACHI, Secretary. St. Andrew's Goldfields Common. A BSTRACT of the Ae'otunts of the 1.. Manatrs of the above-temted Commont, itr the year (or period) com mnentina on the first dny of October, 1901, and ending un the thirtieth day of Septem. her, 1902, both days inclusive. IEChlPlTS. To Balonce ... .... ... £8 8.11 Fees for depasturing- Nu mher 09 head of large cattle at 2s ... 18: 0 au all cattle at s .. 1 0 0 ! £f9 611 ErXehnDITuRe. TBy Salary of Ilerdsman .. £8 3 6 ,, Auditor's fees ... ... 1 0 0 ,, Advertisig nnd printing ... 0 14 0 ,, Repairing bridge... ... 0 15 0 ,, Balaee... .. .. 8 14 5 £19 6 11 We certify the aboverxtract to be true and correct in every particular, E. U. CAMEROON, Pro Managers. I,the undersigned, having examined the srcounnts of the manage...

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OUR SUBMARINES. THE MOST EFFECTIVE IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

OUR SUBMARINES., -.+E.-- THE MOST EFFECTIVE IN THE WORLD. 'Tho submarine boat is now a part of. the .British first line .of defence, arid:i I may, notL? beyout of,. place' to :briefly 'stateoi · wlhat- their cipabliaties aniid qualities"'nre, 'is' ro edby the. iiian?? :i ialns wehichl ae taken place ii' thoe (oevoilhlii a and 1 tuiucleici I)ocks at.. Dazi wrin-rik=iitines (where` they: armo heing builta by 1;Messrss ' ic and 'also b 'bi' thea 'niitged ?'trish Slhiche haee bee"n cairred oit by experts i.n the Irish Sea olf VaInoy Iclaii, . nea arow SThe' Adiiriralty orde for n:oia of these boiats: ai enotiilisted tio essrs. 'Vickeis.;bs it teirns out, mtoroe as experiinential contract; and the, con-;' tractors hve;e fully taken advanlitago ?if the eally. expierlicces of the work ing =of 'these'' boats, with t',lie'i r.eslt` that in' the last- submarine ll achuelid' the pirozllctfon is "av ve practical :ind pfomildable engine of war.. During thel past twao oi' three imnouths the boats...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

THE BUSY MAN. Who eats his breakfast In a lump, takes ten minutes for lunch, and overloads his stomach at night. needs a searching remedy like DU M Sons's IsNrAN ROOT PILLs to keep his digestive organs in working order. A Pi'll after a heavy meal, and two or three un gins 'to bfd, keep the Inxer and kidneys 'etive, and the ??lomacl clean. Do bloase' INDran Rooet Pr.,Ls are a perfect blood. purifier, they get t the cause and cure all affections of tir digestive organs perfectly and permanently. They also are a positive core for liliousness, Constipation, Head. neahes, Sallow Complexion, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Piles, Pimples, Boils and Blotches, "and for Female Ailments. TAKEN ILL IN CHURCH. A LONG & DANGEROUS ILLNESS Clements Tonic Again. The Case of Mrs. A. J. CAMPBELL (By a Special Reporter.) Practical subjects will always receive far more attention than mere airy flights of theoretical imagination. It is, there fore, anticipated that the substantial les 0son to be lear...

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DANGEROUS DERELICTS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

DANGEROUS DERELICTS AT SEA. •--+-- . , It is estlimated that at least eight ve~sels are wrecked anlnually through Icollisions with derelicts; and as the danger lurks beneath the sea, It is one which cannot ' be avoided through any power or wisdom of the ship's crew. When a wreck is sight ed, boats are sent out to fasten torpedoes to the hulk and those are exploded beneath the keel by electri city. Sixteen-pound torpedoes are used. They are filled with gun-cot. ton, which has seven times the ex plosive force of gunpowder. T'he average derelict remains a float about :10 days. In exceptional instances, however, they pursue their voyages with neither crew or port for years. They are apt at times to get into the current of the gulf Stream and uare frequently carried in a north-casterly direction into the track of the great passenger stenitlers which ply between Europo and America. At all times, it is estimnated, there are about :10 lere lict vessels floating about the AL latitc. 'Ihe gre...

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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 — 16 January 1903

The Gop BLaeKMAILERS. a ,tirrinO 1Romance of Elnglanb anlb alutralfai, By W. Murray Graydon, : i Author of "The Thirlstones of London," "Reaping the Whilwindl,".i&ci SUMMARYMof Opening, CIIAPTERS. Malcolmn l.Frazer, thel owneir of a cattle stationi- is standillng 'at the hult, in the wilds'of Western Austral in, when ?hiils i:ate, Jim Connop, re turns froin m the nearest settlement with lettprs and papers .Froam the ' latteir they. learn that' tfnds ate b.e ing' raised in Meilbourone and, Sydney for an expedition to search for Sir John'-Vallenger 'ad his companions, w ho Ilave been lost while exploring. .While they are discussing the quest lion, a stranger, hatless and bootless aild in rags staggers up to the hut and appialsi fodl help. He is Charles Traver's, one :of Sir John's compan iorns. ?(Ofthe sixteen who formed the expeditioni. all' butt Sir: JohnaTrav , er, anl.rMaurice 'Yorke, ;the ;scient lyingt>' ail?ost -:unconscious :-*.at. the tra?veller'ts hut At-a' short'...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

J, T, MACKEY, JUNRI, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Pla.nA (nof Swan-street), RICHMOND. 16 years manufa, uri,.g for Helle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Melleorne MAarjets).. The only legitimate Produce Mercbants In S the District. :'; STc ARGE slupplies always on hand of the .1 .following :- lBoneDust . ' Superphosphale(Cumming, Smith & o.) Oats, feed whole and crashed d I 'arlariaun. Algerian, . Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata. gem, less than Melbourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley IRILCe Meal. Bs, Taes,e Rock Salt : Sied M?lze, Darden Seeds, ' . :, lverything In the-r rvB ONLY-kept-in stock. AGENT for ! he celbrated "Salvilte. A call willee.nince everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, .ILLDAIT..E. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Uades Royal Letters Patent) i i T TU.TVIP ACD Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricaltura...

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THE RISKS OF WAR NOT GREATER THAN OF YORE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

THE RISKS OF WAR NOT GREATER THAN OF YORE. England's losses in South Africa are large compared.with very recent ware, because there has hitherto been no great struggle be tween two civilised nations since the Franceo German war, and in fighting with half-eln lised peoples the per cntages 'of loss have invariably been all one way-in favour of the modern equipped armies. Even in the short war between the United States and Spain, which was not a stubbornly contested conflict, the importance of modern military tactics and scientific inventions could not be fairly estimated. The equipment of the Eng lish Army with all modern destructive agen cies to meet a stubborn foe almost equally well provided with powerful weapons will furnish sufficient data for some very interest ing military literature. CLIMATE BEATS BULLETS. The risks of war have never been quite so great as the inventors of the weapons would lead us to believe. The climate in many wars has been a far greater enemy than the bull...

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CURIOUS MARRIAGE SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

CURIOUS MARRIAGE SUPERSTITIONS. To show bow absurd ale popular marriage superstitions, the old proverb, "l Happy the blidbe the sun shino? on," may be instanced. Many English girls would think a wet day for treir wedding little les than a calamity. Yet its Eastern Luaseia the absolutely oppo site idea holds good. A soarong downpour in lookel on as the happimst possible omen. And if it is line the attendants at the core imaony actually fetch water and splash it over the bride and groom. AS TO SALT. Thlere is no more common superstition than that conneted with the spilling of salt. Perhaps it may prove intresting to readers to point out that the superotition about spilling salt can be easily traced to the ancients, who placed salt upopn the head of a victin in sacriflce., since it was regarded as an cmblem of purity or sanctilication. It was considered a bad omen if the salt was spilled in doing this. The Greeks and Romans look this custom of the Jews, and came eventually to regard th...

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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XIX. THE LOVE OF AN HONEST MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

cOPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. . CHAPTER XIX. THIE LOVE OF AN HONEST M AN. "You love mie! Will marry me to morrowl Oh, Master David! Master . David!" These words fell almost mechanically from Doris Lonodale's astonished tongue. 'The conversation between herself and her companion had taken such a sudden. and utterly unexpected turn that for the moment she was not mistress of herself. It was impossible, however, to mistake David's absolute sincerity. The rush of his amatorial confession, the per. fervid warmth of his swift declarations had swept the girl from her balance for a moment, and she hardlyknew. whether to laugh, cry, or bless him. " Yes, Doris," heo added, solemnly passionate, " I love you and am ready to marry you whenever.and however you. will, This is the plainest God's truth that I am telling you. The sight of your face, wvhen I first saw it two yearsago, stirred mk as I had never been stirred before; and I went on thinking aid wondering and dreaming...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorcing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing 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 — 16 January 1903

CORRESPONDENO . •Without oendor:lin the' opinions. of olr correspondent.i,we shaltl ho gld tolinsert. eommuntecationm hearing upon topica of pibllu Interest, which may;Ite. nteligently -expressed and free from, peroonalitiea, oR *condition of recelving the writer', real name, not neeesaorily for publlcation,.bak as a gturanteeb of good faidth. WRITTLa SEA JJNANCES7T_ 70 ToIE DITORE OP Tt EVELYN OISERVER. Dear Sir,--Will. yonr correspondent?, "Ratoepayer,'" n your last issue, who so. freely crltlcised the Whittleset Shire Counell about what they had. not done, give hits authority for such wild rotalncing sn he indulged in. 'The Whittlesaet Counclllors. never admitted reckless expenitlture as.tho cause of the overdraft, and never decided not todo any work during the present year, anl I can Iuform, "ltatepayer" that tlhe main factor In causing the overdraft Is the erly by-roads of th- tie-Sh iro e lteak of and wlshse a 3d rate put on to make. It Is by being too free Ia dealIng with by....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

In Memoriam.   SMITH.—In loving memory of James Neil Smith, who died at Queenstown on the 17th January, 1902. With tearful eyes we oft times gaze Upon that sad and lonely spot; God marketh where we all are laid, Dear son and brother, you are not forgot. —Inserted by his loving father     and mother, brothers and sisters. SMITH.—In loving memory of my dear husband, Jim, who departed this life January 17, 1902. Though Thou hast called me to resign What most I prized, it ne'er was mine, I only yielded what was Thine, Thy will be done. Inserted by his loving wife, Emily Smith.

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