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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XXXV. THE HALLS OF A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOSTER. CHIAPTER' XXXV. TIlE IIALLS OF. A MILLIONAIRE. Sosme great writer has' iell said that in omnu lives a fewt ronths, often count for Smore than twiCe a 'many other years do. Of thie trutli ;o that utterance Doria Lonsdii-le' was having proof, now. : Prior to that sniowy morning in December,. witll whillich tis chronicle of her life bu gan, the, period of. her. youth and early womuanbood bad spent itself, quite : prosaically-almost uneventfully-save in the matter of small.things. Andi.thel from that date the hitherto. anmoothly-tlowing current of her life had been ruiled, broken, even storm-swept. First hand come that perfectly honest and manly declaration of nlfectrin'ironm tlhe tackler, Frank Baldwin, which hIadrbeeni set aside so easily, to the ultimate joy and liappiness of hir own dear fraind, Daisy Ray. Then had come that triumph of hers at the school concert; the note from her master's elder son; his expression of friendly interest in her...
HOW FOOD IS BURNT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
HOW FOOD IS 'BURNT UPRI The influence of over-eating onil re spirationc is not less inlportant than is its influencce oi the circula tioec. ''lhe obesity which it so fro luIectly causes seriously interferes with thce respliratory mnovements. A distended stuiulllch, mccoreov\er, thrusts the miidriff uplwurds and thus t0o stricts tile- breatliching area. Over calilg ciloCT ellects respiratllion by its iicll:e lcc 'c dul tile ilhiic;t'; bi, its stitllu luting fiction ei tice lung' cir'ccultion it stlirnulactes, tihe re.pi?atory. iiov'- ihentsrcncllil. it lclay fuiIther alignlient thecse iimovec?iclts; liy distulibig-ll tilhe Scetloi' of t?l?hi itcrt'iid lcilncdecicilg tie' cIncvtli ieit of ld, tioougi ocgl1 iUilgi1lhc liespcractiol iss. i'effected icyby oec acctilg .IIl yetl anotller why, cie thallt, See?lcst' hic ic c vbeeic - gelleritily dver-' looked ' every iua ticle of food ilWhicilic cs ccblecic icc ad cd ioes' ccot .go to Iti crease the wiceight of tlis bbody, acid is. not direc...
LIFE OF WOMEN IN THE PHILIPPINES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
LIFE OF WOMEN IN THE PHILIP PINES. -+- In colmon witll otlher sellli-h?l barous nations, the Filipino deemus manllul labour of any kind quite, be neath his dignity, and his wife is ex pected to do all of the work neces sary to the support of the family. rn the most poplular section of the Philippines, outside of the largo cities, the oultivation of rice, haut boo, and bananas is the chief illtlus try, and the women give these things the little care they need, while the mlen devote their time mainly to cock-lighting and other sports. Of course the domestic duties of the Filipino women are simple, because their lives are so siumple. The Iouses are small, but they are well kept, nod the women are neat in per son. They make their own clothes, but anything ir, the way of embroi dery is purchased at shops. The education of the Filipino wo men is sadly neglected; even among the higher classes the education is superficial to a umarked degree, while in the lower classes the \wolmen are dense...
ANDERSON'S CREEK SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903
ANDERSON'S CREEK SCHOOL CONCERT. The ninth annual school concert was held on Thursday, 19th inst., in the Warrandyte Mechanics. These concerts have been uniformly successful, but the last surpassed all the others in point of excellence. For the last six weeks Miss E. A.'Mitchell, of Ring &nbsp; Wood, has been training the scholars to take part in a cantata entitled " Fairy Voices," and under her able tuition the children rendered an excellent account of themselves. Miss Hannah Sloan took the part of the Fairy Queen, and the Misses Hutchinson and Flood the part of the Winds. Masters Quick, Stewart, Lehemy, and Flood were dressed up as bats, frogs, and owls, the costumes being entirely made up by Miss Mitchell whose artistic taste &nbsp; evoked expression of admiration from the crowded audience. The little girls Bella Trezise, Daisy Quick, Daisy Blair, Eileen Sloan, and Stella Brown took part is the See-saw Waltz and their rhythmic movements added greatly to the succes...
THE WHALE AND THE SALAMANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
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THE ENGINEERING WORKS OF THE ANCIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
THE ENCINEERING WORKS OF THE ANCIENTS. Tilhe engineerilng works of the itncients, ohither viewed from the standpoint of tho lalynman or fronl thatlll of thoe profes sional engineetr, are, acays "Enlgineering," awe-inspiring, and always fill theintelli gent lman witlh wontder, nIt alone at whallt were accomplished, but also, in additiotn. it lwhalt tlhotse old natintll ooll- vof t lt problemis they were eoiled uip(In to olvet'. 'rhe highways tuiltby the fiHr'nt ,. in tiwitl erlntl and ailong the shotws of thille ldilerrlllll will coIlyn pI're favoitiurlably ith If thlhle't-conot rittIed romts of the' rLs?rit, ldaly. The'rllr meti('hods to[ tnrliatllllIItig naiitural ohi i Clst dlo show it lremarkble gria?s of engineering proi)r bleins, annd it t meat ingennity ill over toini g dillieulties.
GREAT MAMMAL ONCE DOMESTICATED. POSSIBLY STILL LIVES IN PATAGONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
GREAT MAMMAL ONCE DOMESTICATED. POSSIBLY STILL LIVES IN PATAGONIA. a WLat is perhaps the most remarkable discovery that lhas been recorded up to date regarding primeval man is an t nounced on such authority as to be en tirely beyond cavil or charge of sensa tionalism. It is that natives of Patagonia, savage or semi-savage, did, rcome thou sands of years ago, keep in captivity and s domesticate, lot their meat and possibly for their milk, certain gigantic sloths nearly related to the extinct iegatller ium. To urove the fact, Dr. A, Smith t \Voodward, a well-knownEnglish investi gator, and D)r. Moreno, of the National Museum of Argentina, have laid before the Zoological Society of London speci e mens of the bones and hides of the r animals, which were found inl aucient stone-walled stables, unmistakablysuch, vtogether with great stores of cut hay (the a latter being obviously fodder for the .beasts), the shoulder blade of a man and implernents of human manufacture. There are reasons t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
SMITH'S GULLY ANNUAr. WIll be beld at Smith's Gully on EASTER MONDAY, April 13th, 1903. A BALL will be held in the evening In the Hall. Admission to Ball, Double ticket 2s. Befreshments provided. Donations to Plc-Nic will be thankfully received. FISH FISH I! FISH !!! Fresh Fish for Sale every Friday. R.. r. PARKER, ofKangaroo Ground W1r. bU to Intorm the public ',. jllt, t h. I. preepeard se S -?h ' r b " Medical Notice. OR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.C.P.,Lond., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted 'Every Wednesday, AT Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Ground (if instructed at Iel delberg before II a.m.) Every Friday AT ,reensborough, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Diamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, V ISITS ELTtru, Tuesdays, 12 noon. GRnaNSUonooou, Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m DIAxeon? CoarE, Fridays, 3 p.m. DR, J. T. CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN S KANGAROO GROUND Every Monday, I to 3 p.m. QUEENSTOWN Alternate Thursdays, I to 3 p,m. 0. F. GMELIN, M.D. CAN be consult...
SETTLED OUT OF COURT [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
SETTLED DUI U1 GOURT .A lawyer riding hin bicycle on a foot path was caught by a poli'enllln. 'i'The oyclist at once allm oil the path anld tried to reason with thle policemllln. " You aren't really going t.o run zne in for thsl ?" he asked. " Yes, sir; I cln't help it." W" ell, conme In hern, nod we'll talk hoout It tover a glu?es of omlnehig " 'the pol 'lllilll followed the gentle m1111n, o ordere(0 d two glllitoe of beer, one for hilmllsl, the, other for the police mnl, both ol which were lhlshed before ' lurely, yot urn lnot rleallly goillng t llllli( ii funl aboi ut tbhin '" "I must, lir; It'i 1ny bihinres?," SAli then at thell snllio lt t It will bo my husiness Ii report, you for drinkling beer while on duty," 'li'he pIt'leiin'iii's expirelusioIn changed, " Y"ll'l, ni llwwy 'r,1 I tlll ? i ?" "' Yles." "And II sharp onll, Ioo," Hud lthe 'O)p" Sheli wl tl ul nd ai lllllullnlned I('the dor01 b Irhind 1111 .
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
Published Every Friv.day .Merning. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1903. laess will be' celebrated at ~Vhittle see on Sunday next, 8th'inast., at 11.30 a.m. The ordinary. monthly meeting of the Whittlesea Shire Council will be heold en lMouday afternoon next,. The Kangaroo Ground annual sports will be held this (Friday) afternoon. The handicaps appear on page 5 of this The Tunnel Camp Iannual aports meeting will be hild on the 17th inst., St. Patrick's Day. The programme appears in our advertising columns. The Diamond Creek annual show will take place next Wednesday, 11th inst. This ranks as one of the best yearly fruit displays in the State, and this year the programme arrauged is a particularly interesting one, anid should draw a bhamper attendance.
KINGLAKE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
KINGLAKE RIFLE OLUB. There was sosme little excitement on the local range on Saturday last, whten a pony, kindly given by Mr. A. H. Whelpton for competition among the members of the club, was shot for. The weather conditions were perfect, and there was a good atteodasce, in cluding several lady enthusiasts.. The firing condttionsu were rather novel. Each. competitor was to run 30 yards and then fire nine shots, the whole time not to exceed one minute. The run down seemed to affect the nerves of most of the conipetitors, especially the younger shots. The restilt proved very exciting, and the scorer aunnouuct-d that it was a tie iotween T.-` Mason and J. J. Traill. In the count back,- however, it was found that the latter led by one point. The arrangements were carefully carried out under the supervision of Oaptain J. Lowrey and Secretary Traill. Dlr. M'Auliffe acted as time. keeper. Twenty-nine members of the club competed and the following are the highest scores - let shoot I Sod sh...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
OLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The sulJoined Table, showing the Close Seaons for Game, is published for general Infomuatlon. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. TlER WHOLE YEAR. All Aostralian Fain,. with the exception of snakea, in Natolnal Pl'rk near Wllson's 1'romontory, all birds, except sparrows and nonahls, not Indlgenlous to Australia, and heir produce (Illudlung egge), antelope, ,e.eethrg, btjard or willatu koy, Calsfor. -daes quaIl, deer, emnus, eplhthllanlras, fan tall, fly.catclera, great kibnglihatr or laugh. nog juoknrs, grolse, Ihis, large gre' kallgarooa (tmatcrllpul eglganteu), great red lancltrona (,moacrlopuo rutfum), lyre-blrcd. utagpteo, elallpie lurk, lntlve hears, owls, partl Ihlge, pllh ntall, p'a ypuu, Ipolrgnt or ltopokes, rohin?l, reals, sutnllhoroll ston plover or entlew, swallows, warblers, whlte swans, wrens. 14th day of Julln to thie :tlh day of Deccem ber In eacll year. Black wanl, wild geoae of all kindl. 1st day of Augeust in each year to the...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
FISHERIES AOT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracta from the Pisheries Act 1890, and Proclamations thereunend, amending to date, are published for general nfoormation. Section 15.-kny person fishing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream, or within sash distance from the mouth' thereof as may be proclaimed by the Governor in Counciled, shall be liable to a p t lty of not Ism than 6s nor am"?. ,ta spded.la'thb wate,; aU tldrnws F. Y i5fl g ontodry had' aiy' noat eoantaila fish I shall be'liable to a penalty of not lss than I 3 S nor more than £20. Section s0.--Ay person knowingly tak. g or assing or attemping or attempting to take say I Aish not indigenoes to Victoria, or any of such species, within three years after their Introduction, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently taken such f8sh and shall not forthwith return the same to the water in which they were captured,shall be liable to a penalty of £20. Section 21.-Any person puttlig, attempt. i...
ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
ELTI-AM IAILWAY,A TIME TABLE. WmEK DATS. Leave Melbourne-8.38 a.m., 4.10 p.m. Leave Heidelherg--9 25 a.m., 4.55 p.m. h Leave Grecunaorough 17 ninutes later thau Ileidebera, and arrive at Eliham 25 nminue after leaviu I oildeierg . ... : '»«.».| ..! ?A .tjo ;gl.iM -k S SATURBDAS. L.av ,Melboarne-8.38 a.m. I 2.10 an 6.p.m: *. .,..' Al Leave Heidelberg-9.95 a.m. ; 2.55 and 6.25 p.m. Leave Eltham--8.3 a.m.; 1 5 and 5.35. p.m. Leave Heldelberg-9 17 a.m. ; 1.47 and 6.17 p.m. /
ALLEGED CHILD MURDER. A YOUNG WOMAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
ALLEGED WlELD ALIURDEr.. A YOUNG WO.11AN ARRESTEDt. The discovery of the body of a male. child lying in the railway tunnel at, Healeevills on Friday last has led to. the arrest of a single wohtam named. Pauline Riohmond, aged 1;. oan charge, of child murder. The body was found by David Stew.. art, a platelayers whlio wis peossing through the tunnel, when he picked up a brown paper parcel, containing the body, wrapped in two newsplpers. An, inquest wsee hold at llsaleoville on Saturday, before Mr Green, J.P., whea it was stated that the child lhd been born alive, but had died of suffocation. Inquiries were made by Oonstable liockig, who learned that on Wodnes. day last the accused, who was at oer vice with Mr Oharles Mitchell, near Ilealeeville, had left, and that it was apparent that she had given birth to a child, The constable, who did not know the girl, saw her at the Ilialee. vuile railway station on Friday, when she wasee carrying a brown paper parcel, These fact wire mentioned...
KANGAROO GROUND SPORTS. FRIDAY, 6TH MARCH. HANDICAPS. OPEN HURDLE RACE. 150 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
KANGAROO GROUND SPORTS. FRIDAY, GTIIy ý.,,. :., HA. i NDICAPS? OPPns H6oDLn RAC; 150 yards. .E. F. Andrews J. J. McMahon . A. 1I . White ... ... . . 17. C. Wliite. , 9 M. Kensody... . .. .20 A. J. SJ. loan . .. 20. OPEw IIA2OIOAP. 130 yards. H F. FApdrews .... .,M Dillon .. 1 . J. MUcfahob 4 G. SaLltago ... 4 W. G. Lonen .. . 16 . G Sp rsD ·... .. W. e, e?- . 7, A II: ?White.. .. 9 G. . Whlto .. 9, 15 R. Mosst .. 9. 16 C. Cmleroan... . r. 16 A.J.Kenedy ... .. .. 16 J. JDohnsto........ 16 SDIehnw0T HANDICAP "'130 yards. C. White 1, A .LIers . 16 . McCalmeron... 16 h,. en ....ed ... 16 W. J: Whelc... 16 A, Ainley ... ' - 16 0. Cameron ... 16 J. Johnston .. 16 W. MlcCailu ;. 16. G, Mcadooe:...- ... 16.
POISONING RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
POISONflNQ. RABBITS;' Last year the residents.ol Arthur'si Creek and Hazelglin heidl a public meeting at which it was; arranged:to take combined action in poisoning, the rabbits. A day was appointed: on which to lay poison, all those present at the meeting agreeing to adhere to it. Notice of what had been decided on. was sent to alt those landholders, who did not attend. the meeting,, and; they were requested to fall in with, the arrangement made. Most of them. did' so, and the result was. a wholesale slaughter of rabbits throughout the district. A public meeting in the Arthur's Creek Mechneics' Institute was called by advertieemen t to be held on Fi'bruary 21st to. make arrangements similar to last year. Owing to various causes the imeeting was not well attended, and it was postponedl to the following Saturday. Mr. Wan. Reid was appointed chair man. It was tsanimously agreed that it was necessary to lay the poison as soon as poasible,.so as to have it done before tho autumn rains s...