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A MEMORY OF THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
AM EMORYOF THE IWAR a:INNOTH AFRICA. ·.tI A small- party led by the con'- e illander, enters a farm to see if any n stragglers still lurk within it. t What It scene I Piles of blankets, c saddles, imnpedimenta of all sorts, v broken: wiil)dows; dors wrenched iOf t Int the wild rush, for the open air anl v over' all the iile atmosphere causedl by al; hundred men . sleepl)ig in. a space too' snall for thirty. In one rooI the stump of a candle Is guttering oli the table, nuld by its ey iie lio?.t?htli'i ,, Soneinm un dci' Iie 1 iiiatess si says he to the " olicer?' Cnin out of tha ; I ?'] SNo ;C ilyt " ule atilnt or a Il fetchbr; y I Stillslcl ie '!'Nothing h tere,' -snys the'ofll h I iaind turns alway ; Biit the trooper ' stays. behind, still ;ooubtful, iallin?g loudly. once 1c01, to thli iiotloioless heap uo1)011 the hbed.?? Fiiially convinced atl last, liho ralse hise rifle ith laugh n slutcllolga nttr cssx.» e;. Biut something squla ma n "rages beneath tho blow, and a ted" P4a1i Ib...
STOPPING THE EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
STOPPINO THE EXPRESS, mild Inldooi a ilw Iouyy 12221 111111fy I hngs. UOna IN aliIOlol, Iiglii tord I thinlk tIh htIhoy oblilglngly tiy Into Ow 10(10 l' 1 the1 iouit who lovim iuenredlrl. I 2n0 111(f lIdly got Into thoi Irulo lit I.oiuliii ll go to llrlt to ll r li ton, 110nd iioolilth bl li ke ii'II hr i,ioiii' of thii ' oooiiounlelnli' ' ookiil iiio love oNi 'p boy whlt I wnll rm.. I 10 until d, ' 1'III D11) 1 rCINa youi i ltI. 01 mlii', re lii 'line lh , 1110'101. 220ea ' ,oWuo 111,1 guardil Ieei'OlYiit lii oorniitg, itu(ll l Il2 QOhlleI0 111111 I210,1110 wI h wlI1.20 the2, lot 10r'. ' I'lI trolila to,' stahl Ow 014il luO', for i Into i ir 12i22ii20 outul baio1.' It is oiI II I att 01121 b1 el I ,' 1111t 111'i t i t l liii Mot Cot is (oou'hl'o~ '400 iii eloiggjia 21' t f (,'0l I (rxlrllalllrll 'bee 11y btlguyuu uuv'· when,* iilggluI" II'IIYl:I( IIigullr ul1~u0I Iuo g lu 1 iu lull whit ii,' 20uhu h gf n I1g1011 h.ul r11I
PADDLING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
PADDLING. There are many prejudicie whicrh cling Ic our minds long after they have bern proved to be baseles?. Who wouldl have tllought that it would take a letter to the grave and reveit send " Lancet " to pleadl for o;ddling as not only a delightful bult healthy recration for our children ? Yet it would scon thlit the British parent, led on by certain nmelnhere r of the medical profession, is indeced sonme t times to forbid the cool laring of little lege Sin tihe incoming tide on the ground that it "driven the blood to thei head." What in conspirucyl It is the old tale of confusaion tof cause and elfeet. Were it not, iideed, 7 that we know that in every profession the ' faddy " class is to be found, we might be, led to despise tIli medical profesaion for fur a nishing such a prejudice worthy of the oMiddle Ages,woheu washing and bathing wert a deemed superlluous, andt productive of like r dangerous " lhulmours." yu remember, too, r says the " Globe," that the snalo genus ails croa...
THOUGHT IT WOULD BE EFFECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
THOUCHT IT WOULD BE EFFECTIVE, " Il lnrlr ll," iniitl 1 r. 11'kLtI ,I n hlie Intuitedt all Itil frout, "tlo I , " t')utlII yon rella l* bur ll it wi t lot nld i yi mterahl whiyll youi i niu ?IIIl'l i tf'l l'iin Ie lfr leavinl Ii ( flr our pirin ' S I thi? u , I ri'i . ii) I hoipl I rhill rot have l'i 'l ntoll ti Ilie It tirlj ii " ll ti ll i i t rie Ii hIn e Ind ii o iii d " Yoli,*. "' \W ell I \twlh \,tl woullli. , IAveIII ifl, Ih ,l b t h lo hil'uY - I lr i tlhr )d 1r ?gpien lintlitlli .All), MIuli it l1 11t 1 " lt l te'll ' 11 11b 111 6f, IL 1 ItlIt ,Il l 'tll 1i 1 oti [ h a l it a ll hgill' l o I I se )In m y bull lnelsl
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr. B. FORTINOTON (By Local Reporter.) "Without any other end than to per form my duty to the public," said Mr. Samuel Fortington, of No. 485 Rath down'streot, Carlton, to our reporter, "I will try to help them by answering your questions." 'I believe you have often spoken about a remarkable eacopo you had sonme years ago. Do you mind telling me all about it?.' With characteristic kindin ess Mr. Fortington answered: "You shall hear everything that happened to me. To begin with, it is as well that you should know somethinog about the hours I have to work, for I consider this a matter of. great importance. I work a number of hours on one shift at ilight, and then 1 have to do a similar period during .the day time, so that, you see, my meals are taken very irregularly. I stood it all right till a few years back, when my digstive organs conmnenced to play up with me. A feeling of oppression in the chest appeared direc...
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XXX. BACK TO THE OLD LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
I;COPYR.I aT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. -iY. J. 3MONK FOSTER. CHAPTER" XXX. :BAOCK TO TH1E OLI) LOVE. t Aftr ii't hiat su'rlittitiou overlhauling of It letter intended for his father's eyes nlone, and the ex.lnamations consequent on his reading thereof, Geollrey Bland foid begun to pance his rooni, his dark face mirroring all the fleeting passions, e: moLions, lind feeilinlls, flitting swiftly through hlis cunning brain. . Then suddenly fie went back to the table, lifted tile liaiisy ssheets, and began to perune thlem rInewI--Imore slowly now, as it lie desired to renssure himself on doulitful points, and commit the general sense or the whole to Ilia memoay. As that letter han Io do with thlis story it may bIe given in full here. It was to the following eflect: " 29, PLllerington-street, Liverpool. SMarch 27, 189-. " ly Dear Mr. Blandford,-At last, aft ner all this running about, here, there, and everywhere, I have dis . : vered. lomethilng which you will be &iladtoh ar of. I fe...
ARTHUR'S CREEK V. WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
AR?TII J'S. URS Cti?EK V, Wv R?L.uSdCA.. This matek was playetd oa tie-Artlur's; Cheek cricket ground on ?atuarnays.Jannary. - stat and Februairy 7lh, ned reslned in a.' wlne fur Arthur's Creek by' wicktal iadtt : runs. kFullowiig ere the scote' ? :' ',' °.: ··: :..b·;- -:W.iIIrrTLlisE.; +'" ' , s":' First Innings. V. Carey, e. b Ei.. lneett- .' . Mluintuosh,_ b Bh?n .3. . Owens, a nti b. Aptd ..i 1 Wilsonl;b i r. Baseltt .. itiwart, c,.b a lted .. .. 1 Ross, I b w, b Apled .. liolton, e,. b 6pted .. ... 4. Flowell..c,. b ird .. . 27 Cue. not out ... . I Buller, b I. lonssett . ". Downie, b M1. Iassetr.. .. O. Sundris ... r... 3 S BowlihgY Analrs.i Mf, Bssett, 2 for 11 ; E. uniLsett .1 for 12 Biird, 2 foa 12; Lo.bb, nolle fan 8; Er.' Bassett, 1 for i t .,. Apted, 4. for, 14,;.D. Christian, non?u for 6. Second Innings. Carey, lE; Bnssott ... . 3 dilntlosh, b Apted l. 4 'Owens,a I4,. . assett ... ,\ilsou. b1.. Bassett .. O . Stewart, not out . . Ioss, rum ?nt .. 10 " Bolton, b l .. l....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
,li m !;,t;KtY, JUA ',1 Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal plane (,ft Swan-street), RICHMOND. r h years manufas .,usc itl for HIole and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S, H. W. Pither (Lote of MeTclurnu e Markets). The only legitimate Produce Merchants in the District. L ARGE supplies always on hand of the LA fellewlune: fone Dust l uperphosphate (Cumming. Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed STarturian. Algerian, S . Dansh, Stout Victoriane"' ,Sed Yorkshire Hero Peua and Sirata. g~,c- em.; lCss thin tlelboure? prices' Chaff, Hay, Brau; Pollard, Straw Barley ' licme Meal, Rye, Tares, Reek Salt Seed Manize, Garden Seeds. , Everything In the. LINE UNLY kept Iu stock. AGENT for he celebrated " alvitis. A call ill cesneinee everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, Zi-..-T-D.A .LE." Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) AXn Tree EXTRACTORS, FORIEST DIEVILS, Are still to the fore. . Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attenmion. Agrrcnltural Impleme...
AN EPILEPTIC'S DEATH. THE RODDA CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
AN EPILEPTI0'S DEATH. i- THE RODA OCASE. The interest excited in this case some sias?onatha.agei lias-aleon revived by a charge being' dlidhy-D.Deatniv' BU?rvett against Josephcl IlBehdno Rodda with having hetween tilhe 1stiday of Januay.' anda ;tlie 22ndo day: of : A.ughst,. 1903, unlawfully, received ?io. board in his house at Re?eiarch(the teanke not aeing nn as'luoi, hlocspital,' r hiusbI licenlsed under the Lunacy, Act 1890) a patient namned Annie Loisaa Wealkbr: (since deceased), annallaged luinitio; contrary to thel form of thse artute in that onel made anisdiroyidedd The onsewas heard at theiElthani Court last Tuesday, Th.'ls Si, lhttiihti,. E¶q, P.M., and Joh tiaoll, Esqi, J.Pi, leinig on the Benlh. Iuspector M'Gann priosecuteod- o behalf of the Crown,'and Mr, Ouldhafit appeared for thie accused. Instpector Al'Gann said the prosece tion was brought ustder the Lunacy Act.1890. The patient had been on the premoises during 18 or 14 years," when on"' the 22def\A' igust,;1902,'a...
A MYSTERY OF THE SKY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
A MYSTERY OF THE SKY. -+- One of the Iunsolvedil proIbleiims of nstroliomny, which his pulshed wide the' doors leiling to unew 'marvels of 5science, is the behaiviour of that isuch-tallkqld-of phllenomenonll, Nova P]ersei. the "flllillg stLUa that spralng iiapparently olut of nIothinlg, all gave birth to, or was turned into, t. ne hula. It seems imlpossible to exaggerate, ill speakting of the st.llendous char icter of the accilldent, the catis trolphe, or whatever the tremendllous eventt may av\'e IbeenC, that lpuLt Nova i'ersel in the sky. Ccrain linies of Ireu?onliing based oni the plhehInomena observed, have led tol the conclusion that if at thousand suns like ours Coullll lie throwin ilto onle scale of a lnlance alld Nolva Pel' sel into the opposite scale, the Ilt telr would dtrop like leand, Itland the thousand stars woul .kick the hLeatil I l'hlatL vast, inIconlceivable mass lihung unseen, iiunfelt, unIuknowln, in the rayless voil of space, capablei of masteriing our miighty s...
STALKING THE GREAT ELK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
STALKING THE GRlAT A ELK. (By Hepry Seton-KarrM. 'P.) ,~a 13y a.coluobliiatio.iiof lucky circuli- st stances, I.:olice, fond- iysoltf, in a W 'Norwegian ll pine-clad? valley'? that .t shall .be naiueless, Iintelint on iy lirst i .First; ndil. .";most`impeortant`,tiee r bl waws lover, the 'dog, iwhose keen nioso, and: iquilot; sagcl tylIfoud lh. 'tgame wtiith unerring Instinctd;; 'alu'was lieid' ,i? iaslh by'Ivorthie;'"htl?? ntili wh'o-' iiliti :ahalwk iI"iwhile:i/, t;-o lthird .oft i e e, trio, did the shooting withi a f.00- d boreoExpres f rifle, when 'opportunity o `at intervals came.` Ninltel hnds or so at the . i shotildei , solno 70 stone io n weighit, aiid ilark giey to black iln .colour, an old bull-elk orimoose ought not':to a be `diflicult to' fin nd?'id kill one wouid thtiink. Dit ithe: Noriweglati s elk-hunter occasionally speids', tinio anild toi'l joi. ?eeks :iii vini '.IIn 'spite of his size oaid:iveighti, the .olk/can; h novoe noiselessly in llis woodlaliidl j lioiitn...
WHAT POLO PONIES COST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
WHAT POLO PONIES COST. "The present popularity of polo has caused the price of well-brea, fast. and tho toughly broken or trained polo-ponies to In ereaeo enotrmously, so that first-class polo seems likely soon to become a game in which only millionaires will be able to indulge. VtWho, ten yeats ago, wouhl hlvae thought of paying £500 or £G00 for a single puny ? Yet now we frequently hear of polo poni's being sold for 500gs., ?%s,., andi 700o. upiece, and only recentlly two polo-pnlien fetched resIpectvely 8r50gs. Id 900so . (If couurse.it woull bhe akbsur I o nupposC that the loevercet polo-pony over foaled could bh worth thiat amount of mloney, and polo players have in a llleastlle theelllrlv n 11o hlni for Itilingl lhe atnlket price of ponies it the high level that it Ioas now rlellachedll. vn in lltls of India the puny maiket is undergoing a simli lar trnfItfotrmntl ou. A few yearn ago I clever olo-llony wblld fetchl In the opeon market belween 160 rupiles alndl 200 rupeeia; liu...
THE CHILD WHO WANTED TO KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
THE CHILD WHO WANTED TO KNOW She was fair of face and-well, say, 25. 11er clothes were neat and cool. Pinned to the hosom of the shlit waist was one of the large buttons distributed by the Bureau of Information for the accommodatimo ef strra. gets visiting Kansas City during the session of the Democratic National Convention. This large button bore the talismanic woards, " Ask me." When site tripped into the car and took a s.at thie rmn stared at tier. The women did likewine. Opposite sat a middle aged wonman with her seven-year-old daugh. ter, who looked her desire to know what the button meant. " Come, sweetheart, and I will tell you." said Iho young woman. " Tlese buttons were designed for the pur pane of furnishing information to t the many visitors who will come to Kannan City nent week. If they are reekinig in hotel ora street or store, nil they need do is to aFk the wearer of a buttonl like thim. In other words. the wealcr of a button like this will answer i'question, a;nked. ...
(Copyright) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
The - :.BLKM71MILERSi. Oi tirrinO 1Romance of ~6nglanu anb tuttraliia.:: By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The Thirlstones of London," "'l'lrpig the .Whirrwind,"' &c .U1IMAIRY 'of OfOpening Cf-InATERS. Y Ilahlcollut lnrzelr. at squaItter, is I " atiaudlillng -it the dloor of his hom e-l A :tciilt , ia ti"e wili?l of Western Atst it wliol his overaeer', .l li Conntlop I a tans ::"front the nearest settlementat Saith lett'rsa tand, pailiOls. While they.' t atre tttlking'togcther, n stlratiger, aitt let"s Iltdl .bootless, with tIllc'te r'ags abl)ouit his emaciaxcted frame, sl(nggers atli to theml, and tilppieals for lhelp. ie is Charles i.Tra'verl's who lilts i cuaplla)inited Sir Johlln Vaiflleger onl lan e::ipilring expeditioln. The party has been given tip for lost. Sir John ' dies illn razer's llhouse, lLter Ilakingkllg. Sn.\aill' in theo presence or a local 'J.P. -lealving ar aaulllty to'' his ,nephew', Osbert: Chillolierl;;: andol d lit i'est of his. wealth. to h'is 'adopte...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING MONDAY, 9TH FEB., 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MrFTING. MONDAY, 9TII FEB., 1903.9'. The ordinary smonthly nme.tjng. of this Council was held at the Codtncil ,Chnamber,' Mrs. Ryan's residence, Yao Yen, on Monday last. Present: The Prenident (Or. Draper), Mtorris, Murphy, Reid, Thomas, and Willis. The minutes of the previous meeting and annual lmeeting were read and confirmed and out ward corresponderice approved of. OnnRRESPONDssCE. From Treasury, form for completion re mnunicilpal endowmeint.-Attended to. From Puliie Helth Department, ra SHealth Ofllicer's report for 1902.-To be attended to. From I tnder-Secretary, asking" for return re female, voters, etc. " Or 'lhomtas snid that the work im. pns,.d by tthe Governmtnit on shire see. rtarias. was reaching such prolortions as tot make it n.censsary to ctytaider the lpositioln,. hy pnid hrSecretary to I wrrlir ?.k s tgreat part of his timne as taken up in compiling r.turns filr the Gnvernotment. He would like to know if the Secretary was ...
HEIDELBERG ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 February 1903
HEIDELBERG ITEMS. (From the Heidelberg Netvs.). There it now only one resident justice :o6Ethe peace in Heidelberg, and couse quently great.diflienlty.is. experienced ini holding courts, except on.the days the police inagistrate visits- the . district, hllicht i every fourweeks. .Some tilme ago the dllearth of:. magistrates was complained of;, and two appointments were. madeo ,First,- Mr.'V, Holland Wit created a J.P.,. and. subsequeently Mrirl. BD FFinney.:` ;Both these'gontle. men have since ceased to reside in then distriot, and, in the case of Mir Finney, ha mny.ne,ver permanently take up his ri?sidence here again. At' least one iore resident magistrate'. is urgently' reqitired in Heidelberg, and he- should be a man with a stake as tv residsntial: permanency ; further, he should. be: a man with leisure who could' filid time to attend to the duties; punctually. ,The Eleidellerg court cost about £1900 to cosbtruct, andti the .town.has been gazettecd ferweekly courts. ,. ? Mr A. K....
KIND FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903
KIND FRIENDS., The nlighibours weru very kind to the widow. Some Ibrought y'nlylpathy end good advice; others brouult Innterial cheer, food, rinllintl, t ind thul Itke. 8tlll othler, Ilnd thIse were the most conalderlte ofaitl, euI? and told her how that lho hlad aged tea .yearl n the three weitek?s slnca hllr husbanld's deatlth, " Hlow1 good of tl lnl" oaollmei d i'th widow, and wept teanrs of grantllud
HE WAS THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903
HE WAS THERE. lie knocked at the back door of a euburban house and tihe cook opened it. lie was ta sinister-looking follow, and the cook rhid on to thn door. " tody of tlh house at home P" he in quired, grutlly. " No, t embhid the cook. " MIster of the house at home P" " None of the people in Y" " None but me," and sho tried to shut tih door. " Ahl never mind," Ih growled, aet. tina his foot against it; " I'll come in and have a good feed. Let no that door," Hire let gr, the door. and the tramp went in and full Into the irmn of n burly policeman who was courting the cook contrary to orders.