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GUN AND TELESCOPE COMBINED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
GUN AND TELESCOPE COMBINED. Sodern gunsllll kill at a much great or distance than those manufactured half a century ago, but tills is not suich (n adlvalltago as' it appears to he and for the simple reason that the soldiers of to-day have no better eyesight, than'those who fought in the Crimean War, anld consequently the greater the distance of the tar got the less likelihood is there that it will be hit. With the object of bringing dis tLnt targets nearer to the eye, aI novel ifle lhas eoen invented in Germlany. A - telescope is attached to It in such a mlnanner that a mIarksnilan looking 'through it, rau not only see distant objects clearly, but can also take 'accurate aih at This now rifle has proved very ef fective when used fur ordinitry tatr get practice, but has not productnl such good results when used for shootinsg wild game. Theil reason is that because a talescope on such a rifle serves practically the same pur poseo s all opera-gluasl ln, a. theatre, tuand miiost wild' a...
AN ARCTIC INFERNO. THE EXPERIENCES OF MR. DE WINDT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
AN ARCTIC INFERNO. T1Iil EXP IE.liNCi S 0 11i. 0 1DL_ r WINDT;. c I? i."-wD*.... -. .. -- Mr. 1Hairy ic Windt,' recently enter t ainedl and astoiiished at largei audience by an account of his rent I journey ."From Paris to New York, v Overland." It was a story of hard- I ship, suffering, -and persistency" crowned with success.: The syli ' pathlies of his hearers were strongly excited by what he said .of Srednl Colymnsk-Lthe most remote political settlement in Siberia. , Only. two of thei exiles, he certified Slutoly iluocciiL."? S~o il'it afire tlh` p sufferings of.. the. little commiunity - from cold and hunger that 3O per Scenlt. become insane, and a large pro Iportion commlllit suicide. "This ac cursed spot, this Arctic Inferno," - was the lecturer's commlent,"lshould Sbe wiped off the face of civilization." s After they ilad passed through "thle - coldest place in the world, where the templerature was' 78 degrees below - zero," after Imany of tile reildeer lhad died, ald 'tlleir...
Saved from Death. OR THE RESCUE OF BETTY LEITER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
Saved from Death. -on THE RESCUE OF BETTY LEtTER. ~--+-- John Loiter was in the throes of despair, and sat by his fireside nus ineg over the apparent cruelty of 1ortLutle. .'ivo years ago he was in a good 'iva of blisiness and account od 'b his fellow-lieti ta prosperous trdtleslan, : butL since thenoudisatit.r: hadr followed disaster until ziowi: thd oilly vision is' ruin. ` lheo ner great calamity:&lt;thi t.had severi been lex)Cct0l d nIeI Hle fi failed th til t· i tworI 0seizAiig Ills verýyJ lill ; 1111(1 thoughJtrohnLeliter coild tiotee be-iý y'oiiRl 'the blckiess l e??O,=tllo ii.esoi~ir; ` there were two Rifeil ebrs of hsi faut 11 . bwloi'oindfibific~di. thlilihere's a ilsver lIning to eery cloud. lrli}These were his wife and daughter Dtflty. ieyhey were determined, if I possible to. retrieve. the family for rined 'Jol re.i.... l oi sltrictly celtll rciuth;'bothelr, whl? leed the cptittal smallll cattle ranlch in Amlerica. Thii Loiters had not lolg been set tled in thei...
LICENSING COURT. Before Mr. Keogh, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
LICENSING COURT:. Before Mr. Keogh,. P.M , &nbsp; &nbsp; The following transfers of publicans' licenses were granted--The Farmer's Arms, Greensborough, from Samuel Poulter to Albert Saunders. Eapper; Eielyn Arms hotel,. Diamond, Creek,. 'frou 'Mr? Ellen, Brennan, ez.xctrix of Laurence a reenna (deceased), to liss :i Julia, Brenna ;: Burnt Bridge hotel, `Ringwood,. fiom, Ernest Rainaford to, iMary Jane Divis.
HE KEPT HIS CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
HE KEPT HIS CONTRACT. I remember a friend of Imine. said a corn mercial gentlemco to come fellow-travellers who were gathered in the billiard-rooml of a London hIutel, who considered hinmself funny. He went to a well-known jeweller in ltegeut. street, and purchased a watch for £10, re ceiving a written guarantee that the watch wuold keep good time for a year. If the watch failed, the purohoas money wase to be refunded. Well, my friend had to execute sonme comr mnissions on thie Continent soon after that, and spent several motoohs travrlling aibout various parts of the earth, and it happened that lhe ri turned to London on the very day the guaranitr e on his watch expired. Asking ine to nccolrpanoy hiriIm, we went to thei jerweller's shop, and calling for thre pro prietor. my friend ltid down the guarlrntee, which the jewerller read, and thlnn expresed himiIself rcaidy to futlil his contract. l'he watch wu as plired Illupon tile counter, and wis found to be just one halrf-rminite too...
THE HOUSE OF SAVOY. TRAITS AND ANECDOTES OF THE LATE KING OF ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
THE HOUSE OF- SAVOY. TRAIB S AND ANEODOTES OF THE LATE KING OF ITALY. " Fear and Savoy have never met." That is the family motto of the reigning house of Italy, and to it every member of the family lives up. It dominated the life of Victor Emmanuel, it dominated the life of Hulm bert, nod those who know himin assert that the samel disregard of danger is a characterin -tic of the new King, who will reign as Vic tor Esmmanuel Ill. With his late Majesty the ilno eited instinct of bravery showed itself when lihe went, while yet in his teons, with his father to be pre sent during the struggle for Italian indepen dence. Later on, it was mlanifected on the battlelield of UGstozza, where he exposed himself so heedlessly that he was nearly killed ; and when Min Ilixio managed to get him into a position of comparative safety, the Prince irritably declared, " 1 shall never forgive you for nout letting me manage tifs affair alone." During the whole of his life, indeed, his right hand seemed to ...
7,000 VARIETIES OF TIME IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
7,000 VARIETIES OF TIME IN INDIA I';rigint1.,iz-I nziii Iti i thi L Iii i li,I line' i t llw llp Ilen t l0illls LIns tll lll01114 till llite te'lig ,rii lie hi ll3' rt11 it .1111iits1111 % hii ll it il' illi't l i I ii- th1 i li i'u-,ly )rillttl ll Ii I I 1 lIllI?nit 1 Tl h[it.lil i h (titilni. Nov\ 'li thl,,h. Ii. i I 11' u 11 lll LhiiU whl tl \ 't I 0l'i i t rlu r',u 1 11,, ' i of ii t lI-uIti u I I 1i 11' , iL -' ' -1114 - 1i 1 1-'111111 111. to 11' , e h' lw hel th rIi' 1w v vl th atl, il : w t \il Htill ItII'·, llh'11tllli fillP', Ih tml)h ll' I IIIII, MIIIfl r -tr 11IIi,, It I' i m 1lII V 1 II , 111 :0-1 nll' ,Ir t i lll-, 1 i 111 l)h' lf h111 l -1 l ll,11 I11 1, 11 ll v(,h ?II 1 . '7,000 V\tirilit' nin Il e,1 10, tol ill (1II, I111IIIII 'l'1lll l ,h,! i l' ; 1 h11 .
HOW TO PRONOUNCE CHINESE NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
HOW TO PRONOUNCE CHINESE NAMES. Taku-'ruh.koo, not take-you. LI Hung UChang-Lue-hoong-chafing, not ly-hung-Chang. Pekin-1'oh,-kin, not Peek-in. Shanghiai-Shaking-hmah-ec, not sehnng ot'ning Li Ynmeuon-Tsoong.e-ynh. Tien Tsin-Tccyen-twin. Nigh (generul-Nei-yoh. Tuel (coin)-Tali-ale. Yu Nan Fu-Yon-nahn-foo, not yunan fyu. ii i'chiuant-'Aiehchooiihin. Ngaiul wl- iuggahinggowayee. h~lno Tong - I.eet-a'hmoo-tong. IKinu UInou-Keeahmoo.diuhoo.
COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XXXVII. DAVID BREAKS THE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
COPYRIOGT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. 3IONK FOSTER. CHAPTER XXXVII. DAVID BREAKS THE NEWS. It was the morning following the party at Gotteabury Park, and John Bland ford and his elder son were seated breakfasting alone. As the reader knows. it had been very late-or rather very early in the morning, when the younger non reached home, and, in consequence, Iris kinsmen were prepared to excuse him for sleeping beyond his usual hour. As a matter of fact, it was after two o'clock when David Blandford gained his bedroom. That eminently consider ate young gentleman had insisted that the groom should not stay up in older to house the horse on his young master's return; and by the time David had stabled and fed Charlie, and got indoors, the rest of the inmates were abed and sleeping the sleep of the just-or unjust, fot philosophers seem agreed that there is little more chance of the innocent es. caping the fiends of insomnia than the ngry, but agrratthirst was upon him, and a vast joy was fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy ics And Nights Miserable. the OCa ofrMr. I. ORTINGTON (Be 1 s al R?prrfer,) S.y, ?e ta , to'ou sew -ter, "I wl t thsan by assring your Iu believe ou har. often spoken about a remarkable escape you had some ears ago. Do you mind telling me all hbout it?" With oharacteristio kindliness Mr. Fortington answered: "You shall hear v grythisg that happened to me. To with, it is as well that you should know something 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 night and then I - have to do a similar period during the day time, so that, you see my meals are taken very irregularly. Itood it all right till a few years back, when my digtive organs commenced to play up with me. A feeling of oppression it the che? t appeared directly after eating, combined with an overwhelming sen?o of drowsiness as if I had been drugged. I always telt heavy and depressed, simply going to my business ...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinins 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 for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorwing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert comnmunications hearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of rcceiving the writer's real naneL, not necessarily for publication,but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THIS EDOTOR Ole TUB YIELYN OB?BRVER. Dear Sir,-better far for Cr. Morris to wear the cap he wishes to place on my head re silence, otherwise he would not have given himself away anent the first law suit with Mr Shanks. He says the above suit was caused and lost thlrough the Council rising Craven's lane 15 inches above the natural level, but he does not say that all Mr Shanks asked for was for the culvert and outlet drain to be kept clear. Had that been done no law suit with Mr Shanks would have taken plaee. As to the law about draining private people's laid, that has nothing to do with the case, as the Council either had a right' to keep their culver...
UPPER DIAMOND CREEK V. ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
UPPR DIAMON' CREEK V. ARTHUR'S 00113K. This match was played at Arthur's Creek on 14th and 21tt u t., resulting in a win for Upper Diamond Creek on Ist iunings. The Upper Diamond Creek batted ono min short in each innings." The scores were ! UPPER DIABaOND ORIEK. First innings. Second innings. L. Curtis . 1 ... ... 7 :J. Cox. . :9.. 2 J. 0Wa.d . 4.. 4 J. MIlle . 8 T. Stone: .. 25 .. .. 12 s P. Shechaa . 1 "t. ' •0. ' J; Sebiro ,., 4 2 , h. fialey . ... 0 , " 0. uudries, . 13 5 Bowling Analysis. lit innings.--h. Bassott, 0" for 12; Er?, Bassett, 0 for 10 t ov. laisett, & for 25 t Apted, 4 for 28 Bird, 1 for 10 I Christian, 0 for 10. tad innings,-h. Bassett, 1 for 21i a Gr. Bassett, 2 for 2t i Ev.i Bassett, ý0 for 8 Apted, B for Ig Ilird, Ofor 6 I Chrstilan, 3 for 10 I Fraser, 0 for 6. AlTIIUIt'S O1RIlK, First lniags, Second laniags It, Bassett .,, 55 ., ,,, 21 D. Chritian .., 2 ,,,. ,, 18 v. Itassett ., 25 ... ,,. 17 ., BIassett .., I ... ,,, , 2 , Ilickey ., .1 snot nut ,,, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
Indigestion Cured. PERMANENTLY AND FOR GOO1). " It is with pleasure I write you this estimonial abeout your Bile Beans," ye Mims Elizaboth Fraser, of Railway ce, Benalls, Victoria. "I aoffered INDIGESTION and bad blood wo earq, cad hearing piople talk e greet-orth orf Bile ecided to try them. I toek contents of seven boxes in all and i ow a new woman, thanks to Bile ns." Bile ieuans have now a world e reputation for curing Bliliousntess, adacle, Iudigestion, Constipation, es, Debility, Feuale \VWoakessos, rvousness, Bad Blood, Pimples and 'ir askin eruptions, Bad Breath, I Anaemia, Loss of Appetite, Sleopless. neso, Lumbago, Rheumatism, sad ia * fact all allments that owe their origin Sito defective bile flow, assimulation and , estlio. Mile lians sre obtainableo from all medicine vendors, price Is IId or 2s 9d large box, (contains thre. times the quantity of thue Is Id size.) ,r ' . ,.. t ý ý ya+R1t, / "" S TICKINO 'I'TOl'ETH IN' AlS OIUTB OF WEiATinIt."--'I'he frirIdship bhetweon ...
THE ADVANCE OF THE MINING ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
THE ADVANCE OF THE MINING' ENGINEER. jolihn Siecaton in 1752 was thu first mtan iwho ever'styled himself i':A civil engiiieer aiid 'inith 150I years the business has over been growilng inoro and nore of an oxact 'profcs-' sitti; till now it is of equal import San'co',with- auy of the learned :.pro-;; :: Ifes'sons,' a dndd idemandsa s : high ' ita 'g quality of: intellect .-' , ; !;, Tihe business- ofmiini ng eineer, ; I his .;not as yet reached' so high ait I standard, , but it:is' dcstined to sur Iass It. 'Th old -rule of thumb .is; 3 being rplidlly discarded, and the id- ' vitce is Ioticeably greater in thi last. 20 years that in the 'prccecdiiig il"ayears;? "'' , /" :, ,.-:* '*,- ?**^ .*^ S'Like the miner 'who has lfad to grý0 o' hs way painfully upward, th niidgi''" engineer his "had to l'be creative in. his fuictions, ltud cause n i 'demand- libefor furilshing -thc corre- .: . lativo supply. -'rThlOscope 'o 'the nrin- 'i' ' iig enginee&r .is becoming a tremen-i Sdois . ...
(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 March 1903
( CoPyright.) SThe -) 0o- .- •.- o -".a Ii BLeKMAILERS ai %tirrinog Romtance of Elnllanlb anb lletralia.; By W. Murray Graydon, Authoor of ."The 'Thirlsa o n of London," "Heaping the Whtirlvid.".' &c • St1\MAl- of Oipeniing CIIAI'TEIS. slit clnt I' mrzci, a isquatter, . is st.iatlu,li st??g t-I?the door, of his liome s? stttl, Iii' th ?iilils : of: W steini Atist- S ti- , i:" li Ill' OverIseCe, JIIim ConinotG : eriitls fiiotili itet;l steurest settlienteilt S lit: Itilet tei' i;u?d Ipairs. Whille thley, .'-i?e lilklig =togetliei- a stra'iger .?i : it ut'lil iisciaticlteldfi.tiei ; sttigges,i ut to tiiei;; d a niil ipettis for .help.: fIT eI CGlithrle Tr'livers, Whlio hlits atc . ssis itcosill tilel hiri .1 ohn Viallenlger oil1 til : ploring ? expedition. l'ie partl. Il ":.i i teul I s ?o.h Ids lptedO son, Lturetice J liougilts V'illeniger .'whin hou ItlI pre- it S tusitly' lisowisttl ini intsrt of Chlitil- t loneri. ChIUlloner, ignorant of Ith tinglei Itslippeiitigs ill the ...
SUSPECTED CAUSE FOR CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903
SUSPECTED CAUSE FOR CANCER. .*+ -'I- ''he ordinary house-fly canllnot in. oculato directly for its mouth-parts are only capible of sllppilng, yet it is an everyday experiellnce that flies do bite and that they bito more in the later summner months than In the spring, and that the fly which bites looks like a houso-fly. During tihe last year Dr. D'Arcy Power has trea.ted tilree ipatients for carbutlcle who attributed ,their con dition to the: bite of a houso-fly. 1 Dr. IJ. T'. Iowne poits out in tile 'Lanlcet' that there are two kinds of lholnse-flles, the conllon house-fly and th)lu stoIllmxys, the house-fly havillg hiarless lIlmouth lt , llrts, lland the stonloxys being arlmed withi a oullltulftee nt of lancets.: u le house-' fly is t little thue larger nilld Illd its headll dolnwiards w'ltI at rest; the stoIIn 5s 1has three ilterrupted wlhitish stlilpt on its hbnck and holds Its head erect. ]lo itakes those who are inlte'ustu d ill the question to notice whether it. Is the ilmoxys...
DR. BARTON ON BALLOONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903
DR. BARTON ON BALLOONS. At the monthly Ineeting of the Aeronautical institute and Club, Dr. Biarton said that he had beenl en gaged some 20 years in balloon do signing ; his present model was the outcome of uioiny experiments. The prominent features of this and the three sets of triple neroplanes, he explaincd, would obviate the loss of gas and ballast, 0701bs. lifting or depressing force could be exerted at will. The propelling arrangements con sisted of six sets of double-bladed screws (the blades being ,further tripled one behind the other, vene tian blind fashion), arranged three on each side in different planes. They were to be drivenl by three "bucket" motors, each of 45 horse power, which it was estimated would drive the airship 25 miles per hour in a calmi. Petrol would be carried for a 48 hours' run and the balloon would be manned by a crew of five. The 'length of balloon will be 180ft and the car 104ft. The latter is' it ad with an automatic balancing de vice actuated by a...
RICHTEOUS INDICNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903
RICOITEOUS INDIDNATION. ,\ gonlemh.I i hi lIIi I ;r ' tw'e " lAtaHIkink kl w ltr inhomu, unil, ainiotong o, ass Sitiii 4 p 'I ltll otole teo ptit oif thlii rood lg, I t it ll h l llll ito( I litll iliil It ttl WItL - i'l* fol wiinth timtoii ri llo ii p a It l'Oh illlli lI 'imii, viiII I rt 11111 t l Ion- vl1 III li t Ioitillllai , II lii I p- t o o!1io Is liIt ii it Ihl I ll? elllly .l ty ole (:,'ll111 Ih"11 nlLl?ll ? ": \\'hill's* .!' #hlly, tilt I ',?lkee'tlulllt; I lm , lll II l rtI IIIs I ¢aVn v I d.,,' 1 Ilt I ntol 1 :1| Ilir Ill stI. \Vin ia n W all 11,lll1 1111 h111ll, ,,I 1111,,,llllll?, 1(lllll 1!!*? i 'PLi IUIJILII)(II
A VOTING MACHINE. AN INGENIOUS INVENTION WHICH WILL SIMPLIFY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903
A VOTING MACHINE. AN INGENIOUS INVENTION WHICH WILL SIMPLIFY ELECTIONS. Just pllorto thes adnption of the famous Ballot Art, thirty yearn ago. the cold, stern looking Westminster Hall-down which the visitor,which the scene of a certain historical trial vividly fixed in his memiorv, is apt to look down with feelings akin to awo-was put tonn unusual use. The Parliamtnt of the day was conducting another trial in the Great Hull-a trial which, like its famous antitSpe, was flaughit will co con?ideralbc con sequences to the State. This time tite people wele being tried; an cndeavour was being made to discover how they would conduct themselves in an election in which the votes were secretly recorded without fear or fa vour, bribe or threat, and removed from the inspiliting surroundings of THIl OLiD HUSTINGS. For this purpose iolling boothls wer cereclel in the Great Hill, and the London people gave unmistakable proof that they possessed the intelligence to enable them to record their votes...