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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 190[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 16 January 1903

:,ý . u s ,L: '', ' . ? . ':' Published Every ,Friday 'Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY1i6,, .too. .A bazaar was opened yesterday at the Hszelglen Hall, in aid of the build ingsfund, and will.be continued to-day (Friday), Tendere are invited by the. Depart ment of Public Wnerks for" repairs jandl paintitig State School.No 2054, TancLk'a Coriier.. .Se advt; The balance.ileets of St. Andrew's Goldfields Comtinon and Anderson's Creek Goldfields Common, for last year, are advertised in this issue.. The etatement. of receipts and eox penditure of the Yeh Yean Pic.Nio' Fund for the year 1902 will be fountd .in our adertisinig calulnns. 'Entries for the ElthanuiRaces, to be. held at the Elthem Park.on Saturday,' 31st inst.. close at Morris' Evelyn Hotel, Elthamu, to-morrow, Saturday, 17th inst. The Hon..Dunoen Gillias. has bteri staying at Kangaroo Ground the past week for the benefit of hlis health. ' i is a gues at athe rtlesidence f thi Hon. E. [H. Cameron. : A grand bannar will he bhld in the D...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REASON WHY [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

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Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOT TO BE CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

NOT TO BE CAUCHT. A folir Iday tyip to I l,ncin (o for n?imi? lmehcnlie frumi Io l'n nll t1he North ('mcintry wis recentlly irrntllgold Iy Illhtr villr. cnil the N)ont oll ltoll liIt ip ,t n hI ntllry not. l thll atnlld mile frml tihe J wll, ? w -arlllrand, '|. he tlir fnlllci rt nilf rn hri 1r i llll th fllwhri' e n v?crn it I o l Illlc betweeniIt till ('n itIe-Ill ch r ll n l'l·l lll ll thc 111 l I iitmihir: " W elll, II --. 's tc ? h unte, " haw l ,ill d yoia gioodl cighlt'c renc?ti" ' iIn rliy' uiood, tir,"' rtlilll'il MbI Ml'Ichcoecc " huti hiccctt, tw ii'clc? lin flllllllll l kllln l},l III lly IIII+ l llr llln l n I' ccccci n ockccclc lc ni mc Ion' anci c d cicl hadn't pfit, y Illa n ho.ts Ou ltl h?! ' n ltlll, e*nd ,' I :fwe dl. ' thcv'ron cIclr Illy IlIcInw, and they'r thly'll t top. I knh w c i'l hit ti l cllh flc t11 Ihck n llof yc' , (lMn-td nighc ttI

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAPSE OF MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

LAPSE OF MEMORY. When Lord Eldon was chaneellor, his house In Queen-square caught fire, and to sare the seal from robbers he buried it in his garden, but lnfortunately forgot the exact spot. Ouo is not surprised at this teio orlary lapse of memory on the part of great awyers, a Late " Telegraphs, pnar It. ro. cords to to ll another story;--A lea leman ho nto considernble eminenre III the State, andl who previous to his elevlationl was living in St. George's-equaro, Edinbiurgh, was oncen found early in the morning Rneking iIn vain for his residrence. l le ppealed to a houso maid loni i? doilortep. " Ilassie, ran you toll me hioch in ,lohnie ---' hulln o? " ie asked. " lh, m10n," reieliodl the girl; " hot you're Johnnto yerenlf,' " 'Tha.' n nt what SwIntL to know," tle lhoangry retort, " I want to lnow where Johnnla --'s boupn Is 1"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUSKIN'S CHILDHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

RUSKIN'S CHILDHOOD. The ilrstdated " poem " (of Ruskin's child. hood) .was written a month before little John Ruskin reached the age of seven. It is a tale of a mouse, in seven octosyllable couplets, " The Needless Alarm," remark. able only for the unexpected correctness in rhyme, rhythm, and reason. "Scotland 6t lr8"ll-rsggeeted two poems, of which one is really interesting for its sus tained sequence of thought-the last thing you ask from a child-and the final stanza has a glimpse of wild imagery of the infinite, like BJlakeo' beat touches : " The polestar guides thee on thy way, When in da k nights thou art lost; Therefore look up at the starrj sky Look at the stars about thee test." But these are only the more complete bits among a quantity of fragments. These summer tours were prolific in notes; every thing was observed and turned into verse. The other inspiring source luring this period of versification was his father-the household deity of both wife and child,whose chief deli...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SHAKESPEARE GALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

A SHAKESPEARE CALENDAR. Tihe aptness of Shakespeare's remarks, their fitness to the exigencies of life, causes me to regard hias calendar with a superstitious awe. Time out of mind he has hiit the nail of the situation on the head with a precison that has startled mne. He has advised, can soled. reflected, anod even predicted in a way that has made me exclaim, h Surely this Shakespeare Calendar must have been com. piled for me, and me alone!" Sometimes he has commented with a sort of grave reproof after the event; thereby produeing the im pression that he had watched the course of the day, and, pondering over it, pronounced his dictum. An instance of this comes to my mind. I was spending an hour, on a wet, gloomy, afternoon, waiting for a train at Woking Junction. As I sat on one of the station seats, watching the rain drip on the line,.' noticed a little group coming along the plat form towards me. It consisted of a couple of policemen and a handeuffed convict. The convict worn a p...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

ELTIHAI RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. . S Wen DArs. Leave IMelbourne-8.38 n.m., 4.10 p.m. Leave lecidelberg-9 25 n.m., 4.65 p.m. Leave Greensborough 17 minutes -later than Ileldeberji and arrive at. -hamY25, n fte le vin IIctidil Leave PieiJel erg-.r.7 a.m., '1 47 p.m.. SAToUDATs. Leave IMelbourue-8.38 a.m. ;2.10 and 5.40 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-9.25 a.m.; 2.55 and 6.25 p. n. Leave Eltham-8.35 a.m.; 15 and 5.35 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-9 17 a.m.; 1.47 and 6.17 p.m.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

Shire of Eltham. .EASTERN hIDING. 5 EI1E NDIIS sare hiiitef up to Ipmni: on I nodayi'. the :2nd prox,, for the execution of. the fillton lhag wnrk? vria : Supplyiti, ?30 c.y; of, diretl on ? the : tlbekon's C'reek and lhealesville. Specifieatlons to be seear at Overseer Slements', Yarra Glen. C: S WINGROVE, Secretary , Elthtni Shirc Council. January 9th, 1003, Shire of Templestowe. NTOTICE is hieslir given thnt the Coun :. ill of thbi Shire .will meet at the b.hiro Hall, Temspletuowo. on Tuestay. the 27th Jnuuary, 19113 at 8 o'clock p tn.; for the purpose of .MAKIN'A iGENICRAL ]tA'ItR of One Shilling it the Pound upon the estimated Net Annual Value of all Ilnteable Proprty in the Shire ot Temple stoww for the" period ending on the 31st December, 1903. A statemect of the proposed rate is open for inspection at the bhire Secretary's Office, Te?:plestowe Road. SDITenip ? T m i ,e, 20t ; Jam - - 1903 INCOME TAX SCHEDULES MIIrADE UP; reasonable chargo. Letters promptly attended to. WILLI...

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THE FASCINATION OF FALLING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

THE FASCINATION OF FALLINC. -4+-- i'rofessor fleirn, of '/turich, main tains that. depath from falling from a lofty height isi ph tlsanlt means of ending existence. Professor licirn fell and slid down a mile in the Alps some nll lrs agot. Hie slipped on a snloi-co?eredl crag and fell feet first. The wind dashed him against nia in clined*rcliT, and he slid down this on his hack, heaid lirst. for nearly a iile, laceraititlng hics hndls in the at tiilllt tol chlclk his speeid. 'lhrll gholl it ll this sliding aid faillingl his thgi htl s were clel a ull Iid his ilrs deliglihted with c-lestial har olltonies. 11 thoullight of thei! shuck wheln 1I0 shlIld stlrike hottnLni, iand he foilr'saw that his opell lillgt Ir.lcturell atL lthe u illeii rsily lie? days Ihencet ioutill hale to he postponed oir ii bIidoltnoe. When he st rluck the ground he clea irly hieard thelii. sharp crack of his heaid anllld the tlhiid of his Ibltdly. It seemnld il hi n that1. a hig black object was rushitng past hi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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KANGAROO GROUND BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

KANGAROO GROUND BAND OF HOPE. The Kangarono Ground Band of Hopel meeting wria hol.l on 1Monday evening last. -?alisi s B. Nicholas and NM. Johnston were appointed joint secretarios, Miss J. Cameeron h..vi0n resigned. The programsol, which was not as long as Usual owing to the nlon. appearance of:several performers, was as follooe.:-Revival song, "Tell mother, I'lleo there," the choir reel. tation, "An itncidont of Nine:y Eight," Miss Annie Marsh ; deot, "' There is a Home E'ernal," Misses B. Nicholas and M. Johdston; recilntion, " The dog at his maste'r's grave," Miss Girtie Barns ; song, " Only Tired," Miss J. Cannlmroul; andli-ess, liMr Kerr; song, " List to the ..Conventi Bells," Mr Topping; recitntion, " Which loved the best," Miss Rosie Ailay ; duet, " The Lord is our Leader," Missrs D. Nicholas and M. Johnston; revival song, " My Mother's Bible," the chair. The Childree of the Streets make special appeal to feelilng hearts when the winter season is upos, us; and hero comes the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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MARRIED LIFE IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

SMARRIED LIFE IN FRANCE. --4-~ What acurious being a Frenchman is1 I1T6 meets a woman for one hour in a crilsh, klows 1o more of her, well, than she does of himi, and yet 'he is- prepared without a qualm to: bind himself by the iron chains of. ,matrimony to .pass' the rest of his na.tural life: with her. }Hie dis -not- overwhelined with a love which robs him of prludenco and reasoir; the vainest womlnn could not. explain the phenoulenon that Tway. ,He is epris, if you like, but that Isa the strongest term permlis sible; he faces the situation calmly and deliberately, when in the ap proved manner he makes his pro posal through a third person. As to the courage of the woman on these occasions,' well, it sur passes coherent' thought; imagina-? tion totters before the surprises, the eye-openers that must be inl store for her. But women have an extraordinary amlounlt of courage stowed away be neath an often misleading surface. , Lombroso, I believe, says it is a lack of imagination, comb...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

" STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SonTs oF VFRATHI:R."--The friendship bictwecn maln alnd man which enables them to stick to. gether in all sorts of weathrer is n friendship worth having. In times of prosperity some of us can hardly distintguish a friend of this kind from one of the other sort.' But let the storm clouds gather and we soon know whoi the true friend is. And when the clouds of icekness gather about ds we turn naturally an!l nstinctively to RFollowayt'sPlls nnd Ointnient. They are the only frierils whose friendship is worth a rap at such timnes. We know it, and we turn to them, counident in tihe knowledge that they will restore us to health.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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BOURKE-EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

BOURKE-EVELYN CRICKEi ASSOCIATION. According to the draw the clubs take the following tumbers :-: . Arthur's Creek Ctentral..:; " Wlhittlesea ... '.... 2. Upper.Diamond Creek.. 3: Diamond Creekl... ' .4 Arthur's Creek .. .' 6? ' Greenehorough' 6. SECOOND ROUND Jan. 17 '& 24' Feb. 28 & Mar. 7: 6 v6 4v6 ,. Jati Feb 7 Marh 14:21 5v2 6v2 Feb 14 &21 6 v3 .1 2"v4 °ýýrcenibe" andT 3ld'3asuuer?.? - The m,tches to !e played on the grounds of the clubs first mentioned.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COFFEE CROWING AS A BRITISH INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

E. CROWINC AS :A RITISH INDUSTRY. The cultivation of the coffee plant in British- dominions has now come to be an .enterprise of very wide inmportance, and one -that sure ly deserves tho.attention of all Eng 'lishmen tof- good mental calibroe,,who seck. for fortunes in. regions lying beyond- the :seas- It; is a lucrative lindustry,' as well as an ,interesting, one, as this short narticlo willen d'teavoir. to show, and' brains nore than initial ctiptiitl is the nIlecssary ailljillict of success. . i?'lhis is specially the case now; whehn: vest 'tritcts of muitabl' soil lin dilei" ent parts of the worltdre I'elin piac-, ically untouched owing to the errond conts inipression :'having got 'ahroadtl ?that 'only' in 'limited latitudes wastl the lpropagation of collffee possible;. r'h coffee shrumbli indtled ill.,grow hin lilltly anid stratnge. places, - varying only iIoutp.ut ,ult d l?lalue ;: .and it. hhs ra happy klinack of recompensing -by r:abitidant" gr'owth where it'/flls short, tin...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY, ORDER OR PLAY, SECOND ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

01110K KI'. Tlls CAOl ICI0 '*'ILOPLLY, QUliuls io PlA,sy Il):(I'IWI I1II1IN) Jniiiiiry 21 11114 li Cllrlnllllnl Illlls r (;nlltl lnuln iClnlUIll ! r 1' I tllatnol IIIII 1(ogInroo (]rouna in Ilyu FeI'ruisry 7 atih ,A{ 1Ctiiginron (lrouoil r ICihil hike, Ce 'nleel III Iiyo emC 111 041 l 7 D11)111 atl t SIy F I rnnryrr 91 and 98O CnIlII4IegIIlI IIui nroi, (I rolullnd I(II tln&&iiiuU rllllln 111114a 1'ulrlul ill it Ilya March 7 antd 14 Caledonia v RIigla lke aiurotn hill v KCangaroo Ground Clrislams Iilla a bye Matches to be played on the ground of the clubsl-irot~nuned.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TIM WAS PUZZLED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

HOW TIM WAS PUZZLED. ~Weddlig presLnta aro frlinitelyl distlngulshod for Ltihei' uselessnt's, atutd ~gtftiahkng a.t y tf tin its tit l?.ls -" l C1IPIf:tn lE \ ~I L nrt?l LfIIIP "PI· ll watys gtttentded with sone danger; but Ilheror is a conLtractor inI York shireo who rIonlists that. tiln ImoL ge?Icous intentolllons lmay tll'lurn out)Il dlsastrously,. 'l'hl Is how iL ca?lnl ahDLnt. A fithftl Irlih enlitloyo anOnnouel hIls delro to take al fortnight's Ioll daly in ordoer tlhe vllt lls ,lrother in D)bln i, u htic wnitiorkied so well aind steoily that ihn tlllloyer not olnly grtll eto l his r tl'i.'llstl ,L tlltItiie hitn a Irl'lentll of a large Iorol'tllluultlU. ''lho night flloro 'J'lln was to leave he lcclveol tlo gift, ftacc lll?lanied 1y Ia ofew itlll'reciative wordls, T'int stlareI at tue pIorltntintotu lor a leOw tIlla mnuts, and tihen naked : " Pl'hwtat ant O to dto with tiOt? " SWhy. put ytir clotl iIIs i i, it wlein y'o o laway, of courseui," alnswruii I th colitritetor, " lt...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

LAW RELATING TO NEWS. PAPERS. I. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are cosldered as wishins to conthlue their subleription. 2. If subhcrihers order the discontinu ance of their perlodiral, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are puid. p. If suhsribhers refuse or neglect to lake perlodicauls from tile ofice to whlich they are directed, they are hel'respoluaslblIo until thley have settled their tills; and ordered the perlodicaels to bo discontinued, 4. If subscrlhero move to other planes without informing publishers, and tile plmrs are sont to their former dircution, the sunhlarer her re responsible, 5. Tile courts have decided lthat "refus Ing to ltake perinldlcale routm the officle or relovhlug or lelving themt uncalled for Is primn fade evidetnce of intentiunal fraud." 5. II stau rihobrs pay ic advmanno for periodicals, they are hlouuI to give notilce to the publlsher, at the otd of the tiue, that they do nut wish to ellntiutell tkinu It,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

A WARNING. We have received the following conm munication from Mr Mark von Zeiler,. formerly of Pntou Llill, hut, now; of WLest Australia. ,Mr Zeigler is to beh complim?ented 'on his thoightfulnese.. and'his desire to prevont peoplehjour-. neying over to the West only to Iteect with possiloe disalpoitntment. The. letter and. extract spoeak for them-. selves ': 465 Dwyer Street, Boulder Oity, W.A. Dear Sir,--.I ari sending yoti a copy of our spicy little paper,. "The Stin."' I have marked .a paragraph in. " Mising,'g.' I. trust :you .may fild' space to insert it in yeour paper; it iimay be the. mrans of keeoping sone uoifrtu nately credulous person from couming to. this over-crowded place, and the diffoer ence between here and Vie. is that in Vic. though out of one sort of einploy nmnt a tania can insage to get sotlto. thing else, here tlie.only employers are the mines, and any mall without means"a and out of emiployment is either forced to thieve-or starve. I amin i constant employi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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AN INFALLIBLE SNAKE-BITE REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

AN 'INFALLIBLE SNAKE-BITE ' REMEDY. 'It has teanspired that the " in fallible remedy " used by " Brush er " Mills, the -well-known Guow Forest snake-catcher, for the bite of the adder or viper, is the fat of the creature itself nelted, bottled, a.nd applied a drop' at a time to the wound. The cure, he asserts is an affair of two minutes. .Mills has, of course, had iummense experience with snakes, having In his day, killeil or taken more than '1,000 venomous and 27,000 harm less specimens. The question is whether' his treatmlnlit Is merely a survival of the old savage hoinooo pathy which ordains theuhair of, the dog that bit you as a cure for a bite, or whether it is a rude form of serum treatmlent. " Vipers are exceedingly quarrel somel from the monulent they break the egg, and unless ininune against Ipenunlii' would long ago have ceased the exist as a distinct, species. hence their fat may be a kind of nutitoxin. Of course all fatty and oily substances are useful ugainst ]polsons w...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE WRITER DIVULGES HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

TIlE WRITER DIVULGES IIIISIELF. At the annual muioting held the samne day the subject was again reverted to. After the annual statement had. been finally passed, and a vote of thanks lipaed to the officers, Cr Thomas drew the attention of the President to the fact that there was a rstepnyer present, anld possibly would like to speak. The President.--Of course he can if Ihe wishes. The Council as a whole are trying to do the best for the Shire with the money nt their disposal, but if Mir Bolton has anything to suggest we will bhe pleased to hear him. Mr Thos. Bolton thanked the Ouon oil for its courtesy. He attended rihe meating that day iin respitnse to s letter that had apepeared in the prera, and he was disappointod that other ratepayers had not put in an apIpearanc. Hle had hblatn listeining to the proceedings of the Council, and one thing that had struck him was the amountnt of arrears of rates oni the Government settlement blocks. No doubt there was a dilliculty in collecting t...

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