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WHITTLESEA SHIRE FINANCES. WHO WROTE THAT LETTER? [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

WIITTLESEA SHIRE FINANCES. ---- ---- WHO WROTE TrIAT LETTER ? Imnirirditely. after. dipposing of the .'orre.siioiide.,rce at lthe"ast ordinary Ineeting of tie Wliittlhsea Counoil the Pr;sidiait said he had a mItter to bring forward that should receivo the atteh: tion of the Coriacil, and ' ilthpt wans regirding a letter hieadet " Whittlesea Financese" which had appasred' in 'the Press; and which shliold riot pass ua". noticed.: O. r Willis rWho wrote it I The President. Thats more than I can siy. Or. Reid (with a smile) .LOr 'homis. Or Tlhlmasio - plead not guilty.: I wouldn't and'conlda't he guilty of such wild ronirncing. The Whittlesea Cotincil :iS not in a position ,to. be ashamed of. We have:nuo loan river our heads, and to-day the overdraft is reduced down to £400. There is no reason for a letter to have Ieon written in such a strain. I can inform " Rate payer" that thoe very by-ronds he is so solicitor a about accounts for our over. draft',>c bpine, renttooree yon Msich ro...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

MELBOURN]? HORSE MI ARKET. Messrs OAmpbell and Sons, Kirk's Bazaar, Meolbourne, report :-A larger supply of osuntry horses forward for the week. Tile demand still centinues. jgood for Indiau remounts, and gunners, African remounts, stout ponies (14 to 141 hands), good carriage pairs anld buggy pairs. Draughts of all descrip. tiqua if young are in bettor demand than when last quoted. Aged draughts are aill dull of sale. The feature of the week's business was thI sale of 85 hand of cast police horses on aecount of Il.M. Oovernmeont Tlhaeo naimaul were all sold and made the highest average for many years past. Omni Ihs and deli'very horses are in requl.st and stout aOtive colbs from 14 to 1l1L hands are easily disposed of at satis faotory prices. No change to report lie ordinary atddle and hartess horseas. Wt quotea:-Extra heary tdranhts, subjeut to trials nod young, £3ti to £45; aged draughts, £12 to £18; fatit htorses, £25 to .£:3 i; ominibus hIreno, £15 to £20; delivery sorts, :£1 t...

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ABOVE THE CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

ABOVE THE CLOUDS. " One thing I could never understand," said the judge, as he looked around at thlree or four guests after dinner, " is why every body seems to expect a man when telling a story orally to confine himself strictly to the truth, while no one ever demands anything of the sort from a writing story-teller. it isn't fair. Besides, it is based on wrong principles. When a man tells a story, he ought to make it just as interesting as he can regardless of all considerations of truth." " Dangerous doctrine. Might be extremely demoralising," observed the dominie. " I can't think so," returned the judge. " Take the case of a host, for instance. I hold that it is not only his privilege, but his duty, to entertain his guests with the beat stories he can tell, and give no thought to truth. And I 'II undertake to show you that it is not demoralising in any way. You ren member having heard me mention the tramp trip which I took around the world when I was a young man, I presume ?" " ...

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ADVICE TO TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

ADVIC' TO TOURISTS;: Soime penelo are ulways complainlog and don't know what's the cause, And if they'll make a study they'll find its Nature's aIR s That's crytig oht for change of air, perfect rest antd quiet. Take my advice and in a thrico take coach for Warrandylo. The 6.40 train for Heidelberg you get at Prince's-Bridge t At Ueideolherg Coach Wilson is always on the fllge. 'You take youroseats upon his coach i you'll Ssee soIme pretty sights As you trot alongwith horses strong on the road in Warrandyte. In one hour lrtl forty . minutes you'll find you will be there; And feel quite pold you came luto the fresh . and Iracing air Of Warraoldyte, a little plcoe, its bu'lit upon the tirdr, Where you cuan safely look forward toa s. ounl ll han ealthy liver. We have two Ilhtels to call at if you chance to want a feed. Y6i can hare the best attention that any. S body needs. At the Wrnmndytu HIotel, kept liy Frank STTezse, You get the beat of everything at a very S ' modlerate price.' T...

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Nervous Prostration For 15 Years. THE EFFICACY OF BILE BEANS ILLUSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

Nervous Prostration For 15 Years. TIIIP EFFICACY OF BILE BEANS ILLUST'IIRATEID. Thera are few complaints that create less sympathy than nel vrusness. Yet the disorder is a 'vey distressing one; at times the fore-runner of more dan gerons and serious Inaladies. Impure blood is the prelisposing cause of nervousness, but thi root of thie tvoubl is 'invariably disorderedl live, a.lud digestive rgans. 'Thei beost known th . s orgtitdundoueltdly Bil? Be- n, aq witness tie case of Mr E. I. Leo, a pinnoforte tuner of 5. David Street, BUnllrat. This gintlenii says :- " For fifteen years I have been tulffer ing from nervous prostration, bilious heatldche, and fits of depression, which troubled me greatly, and I thlunght I Should be compelled to abandon my pinfession as a pianofortP tuner, on account of my work aggravating .the nerve trouble, but I am thankful to be able to say that sinc. taking Bile Beans I I do not know that I hare any i:erres. As for-the depressed ferling I have not experie...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

SFIS HERITES ACT 1867.' CAUTION. The follotiwg Extrcts from 'the Fiherres Act P190,' and lProclamations thereundcr, amuending to date, ars published for general information. Section t5.0-Any person flshing with a not or fixed endino in any river, c.rek, or -treani;orvrithinhlanch distance;from the mout.: thireif asnulay. e, prqqiaimed by the Governor in q.cunec1, shall Ibe liable to a penalty"' f not ledr than £f iior more than 420;. ; h, , - -· ection 10 ---All nets'containing fish shall he eliptiel ln the water. Any person draw. leg on to'dry land 'oy net containing fish shall be liable to atpenalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20,? Section 20.-Any pierso knowintgly .tak. ing or assisting or.attentpting to take nany filshiot idlllli?enous to Victoria, or ane; of such species, within three years after' their introdlution, or tiny further llmeprolaimed. or hvning iadvertently taken sucih fl.h and shlall,not forthwitii return the same to the water in which they wcreiecaptured, ...

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A MOHAMMEDAN VENDETTA [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

A MOHAMMEDAN VENDETTA A short time after the war between France and Morocco, the ruler of the latter country, the Sultan Abd-er-Rahman, sent an army to punish the inhabitants of the Rif, who had burned a French vessel. Among the various sheiks who were ordered to denounce the culprits was one named Sid MahommedAbd el-Djebar, already advanced in years, who, being jealous of a certain Arusi, a bold and handsome youth, placed him, though inno cent, in the hands of tlhe general, who sent him to be incarcerated at Fiez. But he only remained about a year in prison. After Ilia release lie went to Tanglers, remained there some time, and then suddenly disappeared, and for a while no one knew what had be come of him. But shortly after his disap pearanee there were rumours all over the province ofGarb of a band of robbers and as sassins which infested the country between tabat and Laracce. Caravans were attacked, merchants robbed, caids maltreated, the sul tan's soldiers poniarded; no one (lur...

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QUEER NICKNAMES GIVEN TO CELEBRITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

QUEER NICKNAMES GIVEN TO CELEBEITIES. The longest nickname ever bestowed upon an Individual owns that given by Sir Walter "col? to ais friead sand publisher, John Bal lantyoe, who hnd a most pompous and dig, nitied manner. It is an name one would oot care to be called u on often to pronounce Aldiboroitlhoeeophornio. Sir Walter himeelf had a scre or more of nicknames, of whIich two of his beat were a liomer of a poet, and the Wizard of the North. We are so accustomed to hear George Washington referred to as the Father of his OUnutry that it perhaps does not occur to us that lie had otler nicklnamen-a-nll most com plimoentary, as ins quite right. The Atlas of America, the Flower of the Forest, and Lively Georglus are among a few of the dozen namoes bestowed upon hilii by admirers. Shinkcopere O led tilrtynone epare ahnd distlnct sobriquse?t given hilia, of which among the conmplinmentary ones waa the Swan of Avon, and one not n fltlltlering wses The Upstanrt Crow, Alexoander 'Pope a f...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

DEATH. ROBERTS.-On the 19th January, 1903, at "Stoneleigh," Kangaroo Ground, Mary   Ann, relict of the late Charles Wiltshire Roberts, passed peacefully away in her 76th year. "For so he giveth his beloved sleep."

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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XXII. "RENDER THEREFORE UNTO CESAR." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

COPYRIOHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. iIY J MONK FOSTER. CHAPTER XXII:. "RfENJI(R TIllERIFORE., UNTO UiESAR." Alarch had conlie' in, and a roaring Slhid wis . tearing over. the land, loud. mnouthed as a blualering braggart, and e.emninglyns eager to keep up an almost vanihlied 'rtipuition.l It, was evening-. night, one might havesaial, from the rattling artillery of the fitful gusts. and the pruvailing darkness out of doors. Insidu the.big dining-room at Park hurst House all was bright and cosy enough. & great fire blazed and roared in the grate, as if in rivalry of the wind ontside, the big gaselierover the neat table burnt clear and brightly, and John IBlsndford and his second son were enjoy Ing the post-prandial hour after their own quite fashion-now sipping a little decent poet, anon pulling peacefully at their capital cigars, and then rising Into fragmentary chat or lapsing into momentary silence. Geoffrey was dining elsewhere that evening with some of his more ambitious acq...

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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

Published Every Friday AMornin fRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903. We are requested to state that the entries for the Elthaim races, with the handicap., will appear in next issue. TIh Tenlplestowe Shire Council will meet to transact its monthly business on Tuesday evening next, 27th Ilut. The athual cricket msthb,.Fitaroy Trades v, Panton' Hill and dsltrict, will take plnce at Panton Hill oi Mlon. day next, 20thl inst, Mr E. Alder, of Diamnond Creek, advertises a sale of surplus stock of drspory, clothing, etc., at greatly reduced prices, and invitees inspection. Bulns oluven nores of irchard pro. perty situated at Qieenstown, and known as " Dick Wsller'a," was sAld at tih Kangaroo Ground sale yesterday for £100, theo purchaser being Air All WIIliaIns, Alr Charles W\alker, a very old colonist, and a relsidt of the lielees. vill diletriot for 40 years, diid at his residense, llalosvlll, on Seturdily owt, lie had been ailing for sasise thltsi, but desath oeate s,)muwhat sItJluddenly, Deceased w...

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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 14TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

.EIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 14TII JANUARY. "d-Present.-Or Brewer (President), and Ors Legton, Lothem, Rocke, Ryan, Dawvy, Rollasoni, Knapnap n, Wadeson, and Sirling. :.. From . J.. cad;'i instructed to have she footpath f rmed onl Station street frontegi of the property. From S. W. Fulton, enclosing eon tract note for purchase of 40 tIdeben tores in connoction with the Fairfield' special imnprovement loan of £100 each at par; likewise transfer of hia interest to council in connection; with sale to Tramway Company. From Senior Coontablo O'Sullivan, agreeing to accept position of sanitary. iuspectlr.-Roeolvedl that he be duly appointed. From S. Cole, conmplaining.of. the had state of the approach to Mrs Burke?s prolperty, Haidelberg road, Fairfleld. Etngineer instructed to spread some cinders. From Walter Withers, askino ,.that soona provision-should he made for the drainage from.hin property throtgh the railway Inad .ahtbtting! therraion.-R ferred ,o Engineer f?n: telreprt. , From...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

Extraordinary Notice. Tramway Boot Shop, 384 Smith-St., Collingwood, 1l r17 LII 8 IO('LTS a cheap as noy shop SIn the duNIril, (live n? a call adl jullln for yolrlo?svs. One call will be .ulllcleult PrcrUiCllloidlt 1 i Notice. i[ll. (IO11O10l COU'TIY I,?s to Inform L Iu Iravellngl l hlh1( Ilt111, h hme lmoullh Mr. WVllh.no'e 1 NIC Ol 0L UIAClIltS rnonlllll frolm Ihlllla lIllway Illll on to lnistoolownO Two ooenahso It horonlofro S1ll I 1o run dllly nto oIu fr,1'. d n 111 ?1 l Iclnh on ltullrdlys (It rlqullld) to 111out lhs 9,80 LIu, trailu THo DeiP INEAR.-No. 341 of The Illus. trated World of 62G, Chitwick IHigh Road, London, W., England;contains a description of a Remarkable Cure for Deafness and Headi Noises which, may be carried oht at the patient's home, and which is said to be a certain core. This number will be sent free to any deaf person sending their addre:s to the Editor. " ? ? -"?-I1 E. J. COUTIE, Summer Hill, Kangaroo Gd,, N thanking his numlerous customers for past favo...

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A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

A NEWSJmPAPER APPEAL POEM, The following won the i200 prize-re cently offered by a syndlcate of American editors for the best appeal poem to news. paper subscribers to pay up their arrears, The lucky and talented author is the editor of the locky Mountain Co!t : Lives of great men oft remind un, HIotest meo won't stand a chancoe 'Thu more we work there grows behind us, Iligger patches on our iants, On our pants once now and glossy, Now are stripes of different hue ; And tIcnouse sbsecribers linger, And won't pay us what is doe. Then let os be up and doing, Send your mito however small, Or when the snow of wintor strikes us, We shall have no pants at all.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

{J,T, MACKEY, JUIR,, Cordial and Bitter 1Manufacturer, .Royal Plnr' (oft Swnn-street), RICHMOND. 1 8 years manufanecen ip, for Holle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S., H. W. Pither (Late of Meilbourne AfarReta). The only leghiimate. Pr-dIte .lrrcllantsli the District. T ARGR applies alway on hand of the -L foiloing ic . Batie l)uaa Seupcrpbuhallhate(Cumlning,Smithl &o.) Onts, feed whole and crushed S ''arrtrian, Algerian, - Danish; Stout Victorian :Sed Yorkshire Hero Penas annd Strata enm, less than Melbourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley Rlce Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt -" '- Seed -Malze, Garden Seeds. ' eyery-thlninr h th INI. ONLY* kpt??n .'AGDENT for he celebrated " Salitis. A call will e.nrinee everybody. S'S. H. W. PITHER, LIL .'YDA.LE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Lettara Patent) AND Tree,, EXTRACTORS, FORHseT DEVIL'S, 'Aro still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implemenlt, &...

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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 — 23 January 1903

The Copyright. SjBnK ALER~3;~a[,;Sj. :i . tirttvthg iromaicc .of ;IiIni4 [ aib Ea uotralia. h By W. Murray Graydon, Author.~of "The Thiristonwes of London,"' Iteaplig the 'WhirlwintdI,"Bc: "jSUiMAiLlItY of Opening CIIlAPEIllES *: . J"tilcol: 'i. zer, the otwie 1f a ' tt: i clietl0statioini;, is :stanLllig .at tha 1u?~ ut;ll t Itit e h wihlsl of' Wst ;nri uh'Alstralk inlli, wiheiljleiIse, wh his ate, hi o o 'iiop.i(. ''i tuni. stroii t.e', -:hartless attlmient II, I U bl ttll lCI' "v*s .11(tit)gel'sLl' *'"o ( thill- het I Atitioars -f l pl( . is r le -l it: l ;thehl Oyileixr tilLhtto losared thI - ig raisedol Milniiquei randiii l Synythu 'l'(u .uleollpudition ltlL ~i Jolllc Tlr'v S :oullI i lleii jst l Ills g collil tiilpis, Svwho ias ive lill llucsti wile exlilbrin t JiTI ly 11P(ti'e' dinjisiliig tilthe (qtiNst llello, raOsngert htllc.,s anld bol tless -rted. in1 ags stalggers li|) to the 1lut S.inl aplteals for his7lp. ee is Charles "'.Travers; one of Sir John's conipan loIns- Of' ...

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AN IMPUDENT THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

AN IMPUDENT .THIEF. At tie te r `of t ccr taili 1il uLgo couit ay of levants i ato d inking Snd .coniiscIshii iibou a 101611o0r bthiL. haud beeon ircently couiainltted :upon: thl'ii-?.?icar. Thelrih eipiessionii . Of rcgret' rand titillgiat lol weio' ?riiar-o the vicai, live gee " o T'hi. peasants directed ,,ihini to. the houlle. Tilhe strager theno .clled at the victrugo and saitd, - Sir, l hear that ;you have been "the victiiim of a disgraceful 'robbery ;,however ,I till' undertatko to produce the thief be fore your eyes.'. - . The parson was. delighted and, lec ing about to, sit down to'diinner, he invited his'ivorthyiguest to. joiii `hin. The latter idid not requirpe pressing, but ldid ample justice to the mealct aind drink set' belorehim. Jt)irhiig the meal hlie related how hoe had watched andl overheard several sus -pieious looking charadcters, and tfron his descrilptiol the clergymini felt convinced that they must have been the. thieves. Dinner over the stran ger got up fron ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

Light and Dark IDay ndl night, sunihioie nnd shadow, are not mlore tdiitrent from eachI other than x healthful from a sickly w)inarn. lhe woman who nuffer" I ro ill heall th i=,:-! Z t) cýý t n R1 sha on "and the . haIll ines of othOrs 0h 0 an . e ';<t:. . l. not help it. Those o n htmile , and e sing SIIIhalt in womn uius trtitel tile e tro i it todisease of the usu of Ott1 So Ie tItpl Itootr Ielr.t; they estailils? r ularitr , It ell inifl.tillu tion, purify thle blilod, id keeps the flowels, Liver, land .Kideyh 'ill i)eect woarking order. 'i'ho stolmtlch is kept clean and pllre; tle food heing perfectly dligeted, ith holy is nourished and stren.thl increoases. Do Moser.'s IN?IorA Itoot Plrl.s are a per feet anld positivecure for Bilioulness, Idli gestion, Constipatloon, fi?tendlched, fallow Comlplexion, Liver and Kidoey Troublles, I'tlee, Pimiles, Boils and Blotches, "and' for FIemale Alluents.. Putulp in authpr bottles, and the full name blown-thereon. A SLU1GGISH LIV...

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ELOCUTIONARY AND DANCING DISPLAY AT ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

ELOCUTIONARY AND   DANCING DISPLAY at ELTHAM. The elocutionary and dancing dis- play given by the pupils of Mr. G. Malcolm Russel at Eltham on the evening of the 15th inst. proved a highly interesting and meritorious exhibition. It is to be regretted that the attendance was not larger, and that greater encouragement was not given to Mr. Russel, whose endeavor to place before the public educational and artistic work of a high order did not receive the patronage it deserved. The absentees were losers as well as Mr. Russel. Those present were delighted, and "will ye no' come back again" was frequently heard after the performance. One gentleman was so satisfied that after the third item his attitude and facial expression reminded one of nothing so much as that of the lady who secures an excellent and un- expected bargain at a big sale. His remark was, " Well, I've had my money's worth if there is nothing to follow." While all did well, we must give premier position to Mr. H...

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 12TH JAN, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 23 January 1903

WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL'. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. -o MoNDAY, 12nt JAN., 1903. Present : The President (Cr. Draper), and Crs. Cornmoot, Morris, Murphy, Nicholson, Raid, Thomas, and Willis, THAT SAWMILL LICENSE. The Suveyor reported as follows: -I have to report that the President and myself waited on Mr McKenzie withr Mr Gair in reference to the saw- mill on the'mountain and carting the timber along the new road at Bruce's Creek, which was fully explained to the Minister, and he agreed to send up a person to make an inspection of the road with a view to the cancella- tion of the license for the sawmill, the license being granted to the Comet Co. in consequence of their having the tramway laid into the timber right from the Wandongstation. A person came up the following week, and I went with him to Bruce's Creek, but have had no reply as to the result of his inspection.   Or Thomlas elid that he had learnt h~L s...iin e , goialg t rm y.?diAn fa" F:op the' lici /is e be...

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