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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
.FISH 1 FISH I! FISH !!' -resh' Fish for Sale.,: every. Friday. '.7R. W. PARKIER, of Kangaroo Ground, = i begs to inform the public generally that he is prepared to supply customers every Friday with Fresh Fish at reasonable -prices. Oysters suppiled All orders to be given in on the preceding day. Strayed T?TO my paddock at Kangarno Ground, L yearling yellow NIFEltR, .few white spots, branded like J near tromp. If not clamnted within three weeks and expenses paid to be sold to pay expenses. S. CROWE. January 23, 1903. Lost, ARK Brown or Bay PONY, 143 hands, hollow back, four white feet. branded u near shoulder, white hit.ne on m face. 0C Anyone returning or giving information as to his whereabouts will be rewarded. W. G. GRAY, Upper Diamond Creek. -Kanga roi Ground Athletic Sports. : A MEETING. in connection willh above will be held in the Kangaroo Ground Hall on Monday Evening Next,at 8 o'clock. All interested are requested to attend. W. NICHOLAS, lion. See. Public Notice. The Rabb...
EXCURSION TO HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
EXOURSION TO HAMPTON. The Eltham Board of Advice have arranged for a "Stat. school excursion" to Hampton, and the Correspoindent (Mr. J. Jarroll) informs, us that the date fixed .on is Thursday, Iarch 5th riex,,and ,a special train will ruu that day as follows : Leaves Eltham for Rlampton at 8 ant. Leaves Hampton for El?hain at 6 p.m. : STickets will be.idsued at the follbo - leg ratiftonc ,Tunior acholare, inder 16 years, u 10d. Senior acholara' 1B6 to 23 years; ls 8d. Teachers. 81 Sd. Adults .d. 6d. Theseticklets will shortly. be otain. able. frni :Mr ' Jarrild, t?. .techers in the districI, and from Mr. R. O. Harris, corresponden.t of Board 'of Advice 141l. ::Tlhe excursion is notb to be confined to the Eltham school alone, but adljacent schools are invited to join in. Everyne, attending will have to arrange for their own refreshmenta , hot hot ..water.. ill be provided oa the ground ,at. Hiamptoa.. Should ' the wwepth?or,prove suitable ? ;irtonter tunar b is ire to reult. . ,
UPPER DIAMOND V. GREENSBORO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
UPPER DIAMOND 'V. GRIEENSBORO'. T'his match was played on January 31 and February 7, and resulted in a wiu fur Upper Diamond Creek on the 1st lnnings by 60 runs. The second innings wasnot completed owing to Want of time. UPPIER DIAMOND.OILEEK.. Curtis, b Partington .. 3 H. Sinclair, b Staorling .L 7 T. Stnne. b Godwill .i 29 J. Cox, not out ..1. P. Sheehan, b Godwill 3 T. Cox ruon out .., 7 J. Mlills. b Godswill - .. LSeblru. it. Starling, b-Godwill 0 Ward, bi 11. Starling ... 25 Haley, b Godiwill ... I J. Sheehan,nbsent ' Sundries .. 8 104 Bowling Analysts. Partington, 31 runs I wkt ; B. Starling, 18 runs 2 wkts ; Goiwill, 40 runs & wkts; Elliott, 7 runsu wkt. Second lunings.. . Curtis, c Partington, bGodwill ,... 14? iluelair, b 'artington ... 1 T, Stone, e II. Starling, b Godwill... 32 J. Cox, sand b Partiugton ... 0O I'. Shteehan, u Coothmbs, b .lliott ... O T. Cox, absent J, Mills.e Elliott, b Andrews ... 13 Sebire, u Andrews, h Partiuglon .3 Wanl, c Amlett, b H. Starin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
Ana nia Cured. A iase 'ihr Soutb Yarra. The Case of Mrs. E. GESCHKE, '(By a Mldbourne Reporter.) A matter that may have escaped the notice of many subscribers to the literary world is here reproduced by a writer who was specially commissioned to call on Mrs. Elizaboth Goschke. a resident of 56 Wicklow-street. South Yarra. The lady's remarks are given verbhatim:-_ "For tea years I suffered the meat acuto misery through poverty of blood; Before I had developed into womanhood there was a languorous expression in my yese, which betokened the first signs of failing health. My former agility gave place to a weary liatless walk, and my rosy complexion faded away till I be came as pale as death. Noighbours freely exprssed the opinion that I was aoing into a decline, and, indeed. I feared so myself, becanse I not only lost all my Sonergy, but every particlc.of strength, besides. I always feli weary, yet I did not do anything in the shape of work to brinhg about such a stat of exhanustion, an...
CENTRALS. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
CENTRALS. First Innings. SPhillips, b Orma .. . F F illluer, b Orme ... .. .,. Hlemnel, a sub. b Cook J .Im rpihy, Urine ... ..: . . rI , . P. Hrammet, b ImllOndl... ?: ' 1 Green, a Leebhl, Webb, ..... I .`Phillis; . b din ulsiumn I. Murniphy, b . .. 3 SMann, C0nout e .. Oycea c 3 1 I :. e nr4? . balls I .run s w kts OrPl?m.is 66I 'Jo 41 3?. . H?e, o:s? ~i4 i- I :i " !,Cook ;:: ": - 4 '3 ;i . l':- : . : Second -ti i . .. S -V WP1,111is Lt' oLirey.; Ilusrrioglon Hempel actC Cokc l ilarrigntuon: .8 4h.??; Green s;tu n "ut . 4 5 F. Phlllips,+ b Ilhrringtnn t . V Phillipe rim nut .. HarrIson; b I n . 7 P Hanmmet; c .awrr, bIEdmeoinls z,.;.: b -. , lsJ - rsns wkt Harrlngto?n . 4'.)- Il 4; ' Webb ,'.. 35 20 3 A. Edmonds .. 4' 19 _2 Ormoe -.. 30 23' .U DIAMOND' OREII;.IC First Innings. Orme, b Green.i . .: :..' ILawrey, b llempoln Cook, b Green... . WVehb d W; Phill~is, b lnempel .. A. Edmonds, b Hempel.?. '... '0 I,.raeh, b Ilemnpel ... .. S. lEdmnond+, not out ... ... 12 !+a., Wilson, b ...
ARTHUR'S CREEK CENTRAL V. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
ARTHIUIVS CHIIJICIC OFHNTIIAl Y. DIIAMUND CI , tEIC, Thi maCtoh warn plyod at Arthur'e Creek and endod to a win afor the lonol men 1,7 II0 runl, Vor thI Conlltrlal, I, Groon mladeo two ilno lsaor of to n?d'' ieo? not, otWor Ihe vlitore, Webb mode 00 lot out, On Lhn lsoulld ity H, Ih ollll, l n birslll, s ra lll r theo hlting trn1m In)luto 1t) l illlntorlotlullml Uoiuldent, Teo aoronu i'e tie fIllon I
A GROUNDLESS FEAR. A Woman Afraid of Herself. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
A GROUNDLESS. FEAR; A Woman Afraic of 'Hrself 'Walking along a country road in the dark, one often imagines that'every tree or post is comtte human being heet on mischief. Sometimes one is afraid to even look back, so fixed has the idea become that someone Is stealthily following them. with intent to do harm. The darkness pf the night and loneliness of the way sleecountable for snch a state. But what can be imagtloed of, a woman who, during tll the day, was afraid of even the noise made by her own foot. steps ? Nervous, irritable and deptessed I afraid to movo, fearinl to see apin thosp nearest and dearest totter. Snuch?lras Once the condition of ire Littleio Johnstd;of 142, Crown-street, Sydney, before h Slo was restored to perfent heailth by? I)r. SMorno's Indian Itoot Pills. " My nerves were entirely rulltr, ownl," slte say?, "and every thilng I wished to do seemed a troublo. In neither lay home, or surroulnding could I take en interest. Indlgestion farst brought on my ecriotas i...
KINGLAKE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
..KINGLAKE. WEST., The annual distribution of prizes in cominection with the Kinglakb 'West Snate School (Mr Wni. M'Aulil'h, head teacher) took placion 1Vedndsday afternoon, 4th inst.,'there being a fair attendance of parents,:. Mr; Chas. Rwscthorno, local member of the Whit tlesea School Board of Advier, presided, 'aid; before presenting thle;rizes, gave " the scholars good, souud: kindly advicoe :and urged them to strive-to obtain a ;good education in their yduth.t The fonllowing 'prizers rwe awarded .-C-las VI, 1st (duk) H ?iry Pollard, :tned Walter Thomti; "l adnai' lost ;Sella Campboll, 2n4i Hull.; santp. bell';'class IV, 1st EInessi le, 2nd Ethltl Pearce ; class ~I I n,,;t ,ai,. M11?'Phe.ren, 2nd' l ie . ,o-a,", 0 acld a II, 1st Elia, Denerraz, :'anrd Iobhrt Scott ; class I, 1st Silly ?ullrId, 2iid James Burton. * Tih procoedings cleosd? ,with- the singing of the National Autherim.
Nervous Debility Cured. BILE BEANS AGAIN PROMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
Nervous Debility Cured. : ,91 . There are few complainta.that create less syimpathy than nervousness, yet the disorder is a vey distressing enes and. at times the forerunner. of more dan geroue anld serious maladies. -The lifer is the auase of tle trouble. This organ wbvomn?n deranged, intestines are dlis organised, the stomach is in.ae:taie :of rarolui ian, and the nerves.becimea coan tamisatedt. The body ;shakes, the omemnory fails, ambition is dead; and tthe patient becomes totally unfit for .duty. In such cases to attenmpt.to aotdirectly upon the nerves would be, arsurdi. The liver is the sent of the! evillanad' that organ must be repaired. ,gcM r E. P. Leo, Planoforte tuner,, af.:.54.,,David. St.; Balllarat, is assured of this .fact; This gentleman sui y eays ?iForifteei years I; have bieen suffiring froms narrous pros. tnation, bilious heatl>chety lstn d fitsrof depression, which .tir qbled,6Jnq groeily, atid I thought I asbiold bjLpoinmpellvd toý aliandun my prtofsea1on sa...
HOW SEEDS TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
HOW SEEDS TRAVEL. -- If you are out in the fields among the flowers in the late summer or early autumn days, you will notice many small particles floating in the air, some high, some low ; if you catch one of these flying motes you will lind it is a seed ; these spread thenmselves out and act like little wings and keep the seed front falling in its passage throughli the air. . esides being carried by the wind mallny seeds aret carried by aninals.' Slheep are great collectors of seeds, as their long wool catches and holds the l eed polds which are carried to the other cund of the pasture, or volin to some other farm never be fore' infested by that kind of weed.' "iovilig dogs, especially collies aull( other long-hafied kinds, bringl blrr"i of.-l burdock- and simnilar weeds t thellir owners' farms. Birds carryii y seeds .a: great distanco, not only In: thleir stomachs, but on theiri fethye.' soinotiines one will start with l ;seed iln his'-llouth and drop it on tihe way , SWater plnys...
NAPOLEON'S RETREAT FROM MOSCOW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
NAPOLEON'S RETREAT FROM MOSCOW. Hir Ilurnce Ilulnbomfd EPello In Ihd currcenL " NutluCul Ioi vlow "I tg (lo 10 OxftiIulltlco of JItttont du loyaý + doirty, who fought (null hiNt NnpeupOi oil n hu occatato n r u tht f urotiIIu; tr'ottt fromn 1lkntcow, ftuyom'olndo ctott un galhlloper to otto of thiu Itussln lt colllllllolll r lnw ll itdui w it (ito tolti of hlnl oxoltig 1(1 VI~tttlvlll'0t: .11 h11 lfadindlg ditylight ho would corto thy loive foNt tin way ton till boitunditnN oil fontttttoion frinoo plttin, btt til fot ta ttcl which thi ptonuhltg IltinniunN had omothod, hy Jlotttlng uptight l II thiu noowtlrlfln theo olrtnon of tlto ottoitty I that htad Iitilrolly I iuth ott avunun tit, of frtiton
HEALESVILLE SHIRE FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
IHEALESVILLE SHIRE FINANCES. At the last meeting of the Healesville Council, Cr. Oornish moved that owing to the straightened financial position in which thin shire stands, ansod with a view to its better and more economical working, the services of the secretary, engineer, valuer, treasurer, health officer, nuisance inspector, thistle in speUtor, and dog registrar be dispensed with from the 31st March next. In moving to that effect, Cr. Cornish said that he was sorry that occasion had arisen to necessitate himt doing so, but it was plain to himti that they could not go on its they were now doing, and seeing that the Govornmtent endowment wan to be denied thetm, the outlbok didi not appear too promising. The toads all through the shire were getting into a Iad state of repair, and the banker was not prepared to cash any' cheques except for salaries. They were paying £150 for )he clerical work of the shire; and as they had no money he did not see that an engineer was necessary when th...
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Messrs Campbell and Sons, Kirk's Bazaear, report :-An average supply of horses forward for the week's sales. The attendance of buyers has been gonod and compstition kern for useful animals in all classes Upstanding hacks, Indian remounts and especially gunners have bean much sought after and prices ruled high. Extra heavy draughts and plough horses have received attentio. and more have chanled hands thi weenk thlan forsome weeks previous. Carriage and buggy pairs are wanted and say ntmbera could find buyers at good figures, Active delivery cart horses and omnihlys sorts are in request. Stout phnlaon ponies are wanted for shlipmeut, Ordi nary saddle and hIarness horses are selling at abloul lest week's ratens Ordinary sales conmprise :-Extra heavy tlraughts, subljet to trials, £35 to £4. ; tmeditin drangihts and dolivery sorts, .C22 to £28; Indtlian remounlt and onners,.C 8 to £:38 ; buggy pairs', £0 to £79 ; carriage pairs, 100 ulinlss to 1:10 guineas : weedy...
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
GENERAL; INFORMATION. Slitin Ihs 'Ihad thirty-one wars in the lastL pne hundred years, .A1 wild du)ck' cano fly at a slteed of niinlty itles atll hour. -1- :. 'is said tlhat thfo'rigato bird. can fly an elitire week withoiutstolppliig to rest. The Australian telegallht is the only bird that leaves` its nest full fledged. A sutuare nilq in t?le rich river valleys of China will supportilot 3,810. pIeople. Ver"y few " pi holo's noses m-': set. - ,roperly?: oil their ifaces 8J0 rut of every 100 turn to tihe right. ýý. utelrgfa;U`D!' ph irt in the Woi'ld is that over thel Jler.el' Kistnia; in India. "It is over 6,00(oft, 'o ,produceo cashmeru shawl of the best quality requires the cul sLatnt labour of fouur peirsonls fuorla - eutir"u year.. -- 'Taking alll civilised countries the average tago at which women marry is -said to be tweitly-three and it half yeais. Demnark leads. the wolld in agri culture. Euch inhalbitantl has on fnli averagoe a capital of. £137 illvestedu in farming. -+h---...
THE GERM THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
THE CERM THEORY. 'iluo orij411 of (llNtL1141 0(1 foruiiil~y i MIIIjUOtL (ot f h&c1, ILt i1o jir'.tlt' Lthoroughly eOtabtIIHrli' that I ahiottUo t ((vt',V fuoi Iif 1dI9I0191U In cliitiii Iby thue hriiiod ntht Inhto hthi lIhuIpiIIt NyNhuttI or Lof IttuIit hin thuntluti itihitutit IorgattIltltH, 'Thhttti outi kuihd or ge htii btuhu t io, ilthll-px, iututht 9vitllot fuvut, ohit! 9o ()it. An hI 9 thu ruitthotn of tIu wh it o blood ttPI)I'ItINCIti t1 (1(1461,1' NI 90 wiii ill uu tihot gorutu, thu puifuotly hito Ithy body hu ietithy lmi-, Itittuni. It hi only whtii thu HyNtolIm Ibtottmti witokutml (ltII ItoU protEct Iw eo('At eloo thi 'u io ititithi to dIt) IIth' worki anutl t iib tchtckcih Rul'ttto got it hold an IIIhuh' ilyhlll bll l. 111119 ly wii (1-uItehi wIhvlthd e U1u h ftNuo
HE COULD HAVE WATER AS WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
HE COULD HAVE -.WATER .AS MWELL. ,A certain youthful billiard-marker was recently infoirned by his rem ploye0r that he would: lhave to o.be more careful in" the tttiten ofrchalk. "'.Uan't help it sir," replied. the marker, " I know.. the gents .wot ipockets the chalk ; but, they,'re,.r? gulaIU customers, and you .wV!oldn't like mto to .olI?end l.he,- would you, sir ? " '' Well, no," wlas the reIl Y. '.intl you could give- thetm a- gentle hint, You1 klnow 1 Th'l nmarker proliseed to do so and La day or two Inter .tu observing it, player pocketing a piece of chalk, ho nllppronched the cuilpril and remkinukd " You'll excuse 1tea, sirt; Iuit aire you cotlllected any .way with Ithe milk trade 7 " ' Well - yes," was the reply. " What of it ? " " thought so,". rejoined the youthful billiarld-matrker " by the llllOlllt of chltlk you carrLy away; Mly governor likes - enterprise', 1IndI ihe toll ile Lto give yo a h'lillt that if you swanted ia tucket of t'atetr !now laltl agait youi could? ha...