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A SMART YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

A SMART YOUNG MAN. SmalllrtL Young Alan: -tmorl mollrning, ?ir iluiiut. Alr. Mullion (iracible old glnt): Unlt-nh! (tod-nturt, (tentt kuhle tog you huvi with SYu·I-u;I i ibethin blond houd11: lrrihi1 natlng ; tIlken I hl lx orchain to ho Jl him. If unvn111e a1nhi lever lo1k croon Iat me thln wt.uhi 1t'ur hihn it, lpin-e -yr-, indeed. I'Im ,sing to 1lve h1111i killed. '|'nn dalngmemi o y nt know.I"I 11 " I should say sn." " Y I-aI ; |nullt do it IIn lll intllrust 1 Ilulllont, y.\r llu llllghter hs' n--lh, s toe, nntr I ,h've called to tunil your conltuut lhi got It.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BROWN'S DECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

BROWN'S DECEPTION. Brown's type-writer had a cold in her head. Brown, who was an impulsive, gewsr non man, observed her soiling and asked her what she was doing for the cold. " Nothi'g," she said. "I'll crall up my family doctor and get him to.prescribe for you," said Brown, kindly; " It's no use belng uncomfortable longer than necessary." While he was waiting for Central to give him tllhedoctor's number a startling thought came to him. What if the doctor should mention to Brown's wife that Brown had telephoned him about the typewriter ? Brown's wife quite believed that Brown was posseRsed of charms that attracted all women to him irresistibly, especially typen-writers, and she was wildly jealous of the industrious soul to whoma Brown was really interesting only on salary day. " Gad," said Brown, as Ite -thought of the 'hlnder he hind so nearly committed, " that would have raised the deuce." SHtifllol" came tlhovoieo of tile doctor. " Hullol" replled Brown " That you, doctor,? Say, ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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LILYDALE SHIRE FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

LILYDALE SIHIRE FINANCES. The following report was rand hy the Secreiry at .th, last omeetiug of the Council : I herewith uhminit for your careful conHideration anl amtended estinmate of receipl' and ,xpendliture for tlle y.ar ending 80th Septonnlnr, 1903. It will hb remlmbered that, when oar ordinary estimates were prepared in September last. a difficulty arose us to the amount of Government suhsidy likely to Ib availalle. Since that estimate was prepared, we have received in Govern. munt subsidly £3.20 3n 5d, which covers tile year endion 80th June, 1903. It is thounht by soenn inuninilpalities that, afrir June next and before September 301h1, the end of the municipal year, the Governmnont msbsidy, calculated 'onthe hasis of £50.000, will be available, or, in other worde, that the nilluiipality .will than re~rive another £320. I an afraid thit we are not likely to receive any inre subsidy ladring the prosent fin.ncial year. Thle following is an antended esimnato which shllows the ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE DEAF HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

TaeE DflA ItIon.-No. 33 Of The Illus. Iraled World of 112, Chiswick High Road, Londun, \I., England, coulains a description of a Remarkable Oure for Deafness and Head Nolses whiclh nay be carried out at the patient's home, and which is said to ho a certain care. This number will besent free to anay deaf person seeding their, addres. to the Editor.

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ONLY A TRIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

ONLY A TNIFLE, 'hle Int m Illehull WVII1IniI,1 Ilow wp uone anhiclw nt 14 uytoprun h tuarIllu I oeoy rh fur ilgul ItIII In 111101110 hhv i iu iiliiii d I'I lii ciii i liir iiu tl l II II bIr th i, II Noi~!, If.III' Iluvnwn 1 InIle llidr. Ivell ' yv, I Inlvl, " Irpllllnd he I ll·L I' Idreldelnllv, '' IIII It ward Ierimti v s111 l! C11 and I. 1 ,1 111 It t11 41 11 wI~lll I. III~ Irful-lro w 11 i itit iiiu tlii ii iii t, iitik o w k it lot',tly mitt teal iIt wetiitIunIt,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

GENERAL INFORMATION. The jaw of the shark furnishes the best watchmaker's oil. In each shark's Jaw is found above half a pint.. The. highest inhabited spot in Europe is the observatory att the summit of Mount ELna, D.,076ft. above sea level.. The scale of the human voice, front lowest bass to highest soprino, is four octaves. The average voice has only twelve notes. Camel teams are now being used for the carriage and distribution of mining machinery on the .North Coulgardle gold fields. Memory is an essential that can be cultivated. There is no acceptable apology possible for ai pourt memory. A great deal of tLinme is not required to cultivate nletiory since, when on a train, in the street, ,or anywhere else, in fact, one rnmy be meonorislug, and every scientific truth intelli gently committed to memory it an advance. It is generally agreed nimong nat uralists that the tortoiae is the longest lived of all aninala. 'Tere are mnllniy nstalnces of theh' 'ttaitin ing the extraordinary a...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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MEXICAN PROVERBS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

MEXICAN PROVERBS. Thternare miny line epigrams and provolb, in Spanish, used in Mexico. 1illny f thlem cunnot be truanslitd no ?s to pi rwvrve the torsenees nnd olptnes of the origlinal. Mnny, of comuIoe, are thie sllt, ni the tngllhoh proverbs or aimlty ohnnF, Ithn nilnll". 'Thly ura ueed wlh lil p{lnbln varhety of Ultllllrcuo tlion. .1 gulntllulln who woll nuallln nlilr n rup otf young l di atId n iIllwuy utlltion, ibywih ther' iroowtll kisu'r, otoud it, an lung ol lie could Lli I ihn Iproteitld: " Uou't, count your Ioney i In the pronl of thll poor." 1°olowhig urn ilme of thli provei l nuot Iuncomltmonly hilard In blosicln:- " lin who laoer venturre will never cross Ilthe en." ''There's no gain wllthout pain." IVlioa cunou intelr i cloueid mcnil h," " Iothnil the Urums le the Devil," " A cmt In glovewtlll nurer tlieh rute." " To theiI hlungry no bradil II dry." " A hook thiat In shuit I0ken no chllolar," "il'Th good llllndrr'a wasnllls lthlu hrt flrlt," " o evil will Piinur ri hi...

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BE SWEET TOOTHED AND GROW TALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

'BE SWEET TOOTHED AND CROW TALL. -+r-- 'English girls just reaching woman hood, and the next generation in-its early teens, are usually tall, stand ing aL head or more above their mothers., Although this .hs been re marked on over and over again, anti been nmade the subject of learned dis ,Quistions, yet no generally' accepted cause has been found for the fact up to this time. Now a physician "of note says that it is simply a case of lengthened sweetness. By " sweet ness " in this particular case the nature of -the young ladies is not re ferred to, but .their diet. In fact, statistics of recent years show that Britons of both sexes are increasing il height and weight. Why ? This physician replies-Sugar ! Great iBritain has qluadrupled its saccharine consumption in the last score of years. This is now the latest ex plaination of an accepted fact, and it will have to stand until the next one comes along.

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. At 'ihe Elthala Court on Tuesday last, "Constable Kelleher 1lcharged Edward-Jones, a miner and a resident, of iBack' Oreek, Queenatown, with iattemptd i the evideinence heing Januiary -lst, nflited a very serious wousnd in-his throat with a razor, and had to be taken to the Mlelbourne Hospital for treatment, ilawhich insti tution lie had been for over three weeks ; that lbe had been drinking heavily for some time ipreviously and was not 'in his praper senseus when he cotu Is itted the not. The accused expressed regret at hav ing at tetptIed ,to tak ihis own life, and stated that he had taken thepledge not to drink liquor agein, asd the Bench dischargedH him, at' thei. sames tilm adtinisturisg to -hiru some good advice.. ..

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BABY'S PORTRAIT. (Sketched by His Mother.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

BABY'S PORTRAIT, (ikelt'lblyI li 1 Mant144r.) A li111t tlewl h ,d of 44;44lr lviilrl A ilolnily 1114 no4.l Twoii little c11 p,'km u to riinl 4,4 lair, WIll bylly 411m14444l p l n .l 11440 er Ilke 144 I 444p43 I4 44 ro13. A Hllaitr II ilih 44 1frolun4 4we64, A 11iy ll44 1114il11414 'li 44 1444, A ut il111 1 11111111,1 IIle 144 I1.144 1 3'wyo i l iig 4444rui 11(11 Ii I lih ', A balbyI (44441 44r he4d ee 111 Iti 44444 HIIFFL I plul ogylipl IN Iunl l ll I eh~1uhlle 3414441431 144 114~ ¶~vll Ilr n I( T'1444 t4.t14.4y1 44t14 I9 . Iii tu11 4 1444 * l114 , 'Iwu i'hubb.Iy 144ind1449 1441 1441t 14111a4 And4 ica444Iig{{ fiii't 44o44144 A lro lilch 111liIIn 11 444443 1110od ate, He4It tinily 4443.44w dlon' 34u 334e '33444 nrti rt 01414 Lirlby 1 The1 441lhhilk tnid fi14 he iI41lgI4Ii hi, " U rluitlo 1104 4IOiil ufi, 14 liuv ii'how IS Iu 44t1111144114 114414iu ,' "Niue,11 t1111 1411444141 Iii' 114' luiikm ill II4 wa 111441 441441 IIIaur4 11 1 hg I, 10411144444411 I It hosi wthat4 I tilt hiulul

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

AN EX-MAYOR'S OPINION. The pinllon of a man is often useful, especially when the ?l o Is well known to be a master of the subject upon which he speaks I then his statements are more than mere opinions, they are ahsaltte facts. Such for instanc ts'the statement recently made by Mr P. A. Phillips, ex.Mayor sof Auekland, who, after spend tei maniy uIaefutl years in public service in New Zealand, has lnow come to permanently reside at Wool lIhra, .ydney. Ills opiniolt of D)r. Morse's Indtit Iloot Pills ts one foulned upon the Itmost snhatantial grounIds, for he himself has personally tl?stedI thim, and found theitm, to use his own wurds, of * inestthuble sme. " oisuffered," he says" fsmi stu. lence, dyspepsia, and Indirestion, tt?rether withi their ustul train of horrors. In my search for a renmedy, I tried every knowni lmedicine, a ld I mustI ihaIve Iken it ctrl -ltad of drilus antd pateit medicins es. All II these swere useless. Nontte removed thle cauIse if imy trouble, andl I s wi h...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorging 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 of publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

CORRESPONDENCE. Without euldoring. the opinions of our correspondents; we shall be glad to insert colUluniications bearing tiposn topics of public interesti which may be'inltelligetly expressed tond. free from personalldes, on conditio , lnf receiving the writerfa real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarauted of good faith, TO.THE E?0TOR OPFTHo EVEL?T OBSERVER. Dear Sir,'I;i reply to Councillor MIorris, I do -not knlow of'any person wishing to illegally draialand for private individuals. I do know that the resources of the Council were severely tlxed through the law suits. As to who' sas to blame is a matter of opinion for that trouble. the hlorang coun cillors contending they were right, a conten tion which Judge Hamilton's decision in the last case bears out. But what I want to say is this: That tronble is past and done with; its effects were nullified by time. When two years ago the Council went into heavy expenditure on the by-roads, over £200 going an Bruce's C...

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SETTLED OUT OF COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

SETTLED OUT OF. COURT. A barrietrr riding hda bicycle on a path was caughlt by a policeman. Thle gentleman at once came off the path and tried to reason with the policeman. " Youll aen't really going to run me in for thil ?" he neked. " Yea, elri I can't ielp It." " Well, come iinhera (n puhllohouae close iyi) iandi we will talk iabOlt it." l'te polrelllcmr tfollowedl tihe gentlemiln, whli ordered two glaeennof bcer, orne fir him o:lf, the other for tie pollicmun, both of which were Ilnlaherd are Ih again remarlkeud " Hurely 'en ternr nolt alelly going to make -- fiun abort tlin I" " I miust, istrlt I's my Iilnesr," " Ail thenl at tie rime tie it will be my buinnenl to report you for drinking beer ,while on dity." he i policentan'ia erxpreeclon sddrenly r4iani ett. r ire a lawyer, I aulplpoen, air 7" SAn a lsharl t o4le, nll" he wlllrlam ile wentt ot nodr left tle geienriman to continir! hil rlde,

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 2ND FEB., 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. -o MONDAY, 2ND FEU., 1908. The ordinary. monthly meeting of this Council was held at the Council Chamther, Kangaroo Ground Hotel, on Monday last. Prenent :-The Presi dent (Cr. Johlts Lawry), and Ora. Bath, Morris, Scott, Smeedley, and Taylor. The nminutes of the previous meeting were rend and cdcnfi med and outward correspondence approved of. CORREIPONDNBCE. From Secretary, Public Health De. partment, Melbourne, Gth January, as follows :-Sir,--I have the honor to forward the following extract from a letter received by the Board front Dr. J. Chapman, .of Yarra Glen, under date 31st ult.:--" In reporting this case, Enplhemica hurray (scaerlatina), Yarra Glen, I have to draw your attenttion to the fact that the parents suppressed giving information and tank no :precautions, sonme of the bphildrea from thy same house going to the school. When [ saw her she-wee desq'tamating, and I blame the negli. gencs for ethbr cases occuring in the neig...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

CLOSE SEABONS FOll GAME, CAUTION. The subjhined Tablo, showling the Close fiensn for Gtame, is puhiltishd for goner? I Innornuatlon. All previous T'rables are hereby oleaellod. J1ll WIIHOI.t YEAR. All Australlnu Fa'ina, with the exception of ntlkes, in Nallonal Pork noHr WIlson's Sromonrlltory, all birds, exceplt sparrows ndt nlalahs, not ludigouolla to Australia, anld -their produeo (Iholudl?g egK?), antelope, hen enters, Ihnttardl or wild turkey, I;lftlfr • Mlan qutall, deer, elslu, ellp thinurirlltl, fiian tolls, IIly'.vaichers, ureat klllllshier or IagtiUh inlgt Ji?kes, grouse. Ieis, lrgeo grey kioegircis (tllerlopus llcnteut), grerat rot kantirroos (unecrollol rufus), Iyro-birdls, llitnliie, oelaplo lark, native hours, owls, purtllldges, pbeasantsplatyptut, pluirglua or lllpolkes, rollin, seals, sao,ltltrn stoln - loter e I'turlow, swallows, warblers, whii a SWRUL? wrentl, 141hi day of Julno ln the 2ilth day of I)ecen. her IIn ruech year. Blanr awan, wild Ieemu of oal kills, li...

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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extradt? fromn the Fisheries Act 1890. and Proelamations therenoder, amendic g to date, are published for general - Ionformaatlion. . Ilot or zed, en?g u in anlla y • :rt k, or stream, or within such distance from the south thereof as may he proclaimed by the Governor In Council, shall be liable to a penlilty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. •.eetrie 16.-All nets containing fish shall be emptied in the water Ally perai draw hig oil i, dry land any net clanllning fish shall be liable to a penalty of inot less than £2 nor more than £20. Sectioni 211.-Any person kntowintily tak. llug cr asisting or attemiptitng to tako any fl.I'it t indgenous to Victoria., or any of such species. within three years after their introdluetlin, r any frlther time proe:llmed, or having inadvertently taken such flit and shall not foithwith return the aunle to tile water iii which Ihey'wirecriptured,aliall be liable to a penalty of £2.D. Section 21.-Any person...

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ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

ELTIHAM RAILWAY, TIMI TABLE. WEEK h)ATS. L~ave Melbourii--8 38 a.m., 4.10 p.m. Leave Hleldelberg-9 25 a.m., 4.55 p.m. Leave Greensborough 17 Iilitltes later than nIqldubcrg, and ,urrivq at Eltham 25 .na I HN-,,". ',i «,?k'h lhv Illllwe I l(hrf. l - " * ., if . RMurej:3lliI-<- 5 ia.ni.4.5 p;wu. Leave Greeinlhoroigiih 8 minutes Inter. Leave Hleilelberg--a.l7 a.m., 4.47 p.m. SATURDATS. Leave Melbourue-8.38 a.m.; 2.10 and 5.40 p.m. Leave Heldelberg-9.25 a.m.; 2.55 and 6.25 p.m. Leave Elthan--8.35 a.n..; 1 5 and 5.35 p.m. Leiav iHeldelberg-9 17 a.m.; 1.47 and 6.17 pin.

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THE BEST WHITEWASH MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

THE BEST WHITEWASH MADE. -+--- Slake half a bushel of quicklllme with boiling water, keeping it cover ed during the process. Strain it, and add a peck of salt dissolved In warm water, 81bs. of rice which has been previously boiled to a thin paste, 1lb. of powdered' Spanish' whitening, and lib. of clean glue dis solved in warm water. After mixing all these ingredients, let stand for several days. If this wash be kept in a kettle and heated very hot be fore being put on it will be found to have the brilliancy' of paint, and is almost its durable. It is wonderful what, a little paint or whitewash adds to the look of a place-yea, and healthfulness, too-and it is indeed too bad to neglect using them where needed. '

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DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

DRUNK AND I)ISORD?ERLY, At the Eltiham races on Sturdoy last Constable DMurphy arrtsted a young man lnlted Ernest Arnmstroni on a elhare of beitng fould drunlk and disorderly in a publio place. Tih aceulsd was riling I pony and was aiout to start in thl pmoy miee, but tilh ntewardls decilded lnot to allow himil to do ao owing to his condition, and he wai thllorapon ata rrlesd. t was sub seqouenlly brought batorn (. 1S Win grove, Esq., J P., anl tdealt wili, I'le Iplaed lnot guilty, buit Ilthe ivldcn or Contabllds Mu rphily ai l lto alrll at his own spli'arine I'roved thLu ina Itlll hIe wio lined toi or three days'. TheI linie was pail. Ini lia si a ieint flor' deinlicoi Irln ntriong sinted thaIt tliht sltwards would nlitl hlim strt itl the r'ic I owing to tlhirlr la g iianotllher polly aklllnll, and Slity wn frlIii htened that tho poly lie Iw ridhing would whi , . i , , .,i il , , .

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HOW OUR NEW ALLY WASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

HOW OUR NEW ALLY WASHES. -+1 Tho Japanese rip their garments apart for every washing and they iron their clothes by spreading them on a flat board ad and leaning this up against the house to dry. The sunl takes the wrinkles out of the clothes which thus acquire quite a lustre. The J.apanese woman does her wasrhing out of doors in a wnashtub not mole thllan liil. high. The hardest-worked washierwonien in the world are the Coreans. T'ley have to wash about ia dozen 1driessn. ItL a tillm fur their hIitslibattlds and they have plently it do. The wiash ing in usually d(oe in cold watller itnd often in runnuig strains1. The clothes are pouided l with paddles until they shine like it white shirt front fres?t frim tihe litaulldry. In Frim Il Ih n ovel iIethodI for rattlhing iish is beinig testedi by ns glern, A tiny imirror is aittached tol the lie tnoir the Ihailted hooik. 'lThe nanumpnlna is (hlth lhie fIsh, when it mins ltsell i Ithe imirror, will cL-it hlde lhaIt. tiinte other tish in t...

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