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COLD STORAGE FOR THE LOCAL FRUIT TRADE. (Reprinted from the May number of "The Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Victoria.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
COLD STORAGE FOR THE LOCAL FRUIT TRADE Br G. H. Romssox. (Reprinted from the May number of "The ourial of the Department of Agrioulture of Victoria.") Though there has been a considerable development during the past decade in the application of refrigeration to the preservation of fruit for transit in a fresh state to oversee markets, little has been done to adapt the system to local needs. For this the fact that many varieties of apples l?d pears keep fairly well, and for a considerable time when stored at ordinary temperatures, "is partly accountable, and the wide range of fruits, covering an extensive season, that ant be successfully grown i-i the Commonwealth has not been without influence in the samne direction. The comparatively limited amosunt of space available in the cool stores, eand the practically prohibitive figure asked for the accommodation has furthered hampered progress. As a consequence. growers have bee n content to look almost exclusively to the expalnsion of the...
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
"S BTICKINO TOITtiItt IN A l OISOnTB OP t'oA'rTIOI.'-T1'I trien idhip betwuoot omn ani nmll whlich unnbleg them to stick to. gather I nitl sorts of wenther Ist n frielnishlip worth havingl, 1in ties of prosperity slonm of up?t?u hordly distinguisl a rl'Uit of this klntldtlm one of the other sort. tl t lot lti stormn oloudes putier nll we soon know who tihu ltue itietul is. Animi whenI tihe onlnds or s:eknelakntrhlmhutolnl we tulrn uninInly tkl flostlhIet iVelyt to Il tllow i., t I'llts witl Olhintlmntt, 'ihety itr tli? only hrit.m, whleno frlhndthip i tn wtth n itI tllt iuch tines. Wei know 1I, And wit ltr'n o Illlhel eo , .inul h Illu klluwludyu that they will ruIle lu s ito htiollt ,
Indigestion And Cholera Cured. MATURE AGE PRAISES BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
:Indigestion And Cholera Cured. MATI'URE AGE PRAISES BILE BEANS. S .I liave suifTered snutily from Indi geattuti," says Mrs A. A. Liowe, of 14 Little Lyons St., liallara.," which was accomlpainisd y hradachesaa pains in the sidse and disturbed sleep. I was * induced to try B1le Beans, and gained .immense benefit therefrom. Three yeara ago r had a violent attack of "Ohlers, but Bile Beans speedily drove this out of my system. I am now 58 .years of age, and have beau a resident of Ballarat for forty years,: and ant, consequently well knew.. I never fail to rec,,mmaand yoar valuable meudicine to fellow auffoere." Bile Beans have now a world wide reputation by coring Biliuuaeass, Headache, Ilsdigestion, Cou'istiatien, Piles, Dobility, Fema.l Weakneasae, Nervosantese, B.d Blood, Pimples and all skin marptions, Bad Bre'lth, Aus,,mia, Loss of .Appetite, RIheumatism, and by givinig tone to the ; sys,'em will waid off Coughs, Colds and I.mflu.,ze. Bile Beans are obtaisable ······ · ·
ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
ELTHA?I RAILWAY, : avre Melbournei 7. 8 aad ..38 a m;, ,elr Hel Hidelberg8 25 and 10.5 a.u, ·'1.re Io1? Grg?aM Pb mrlveaO 1idr72nut ;tavea ith?m-7,aknd 0,3 am Leave Green hororgh 8 minutes aInter. Leave hII lelberg-8.17 and 10.17 a m.n, nd 6 47p.m . " Leare Melbourne--7:38 and 9.8 an.m. 1.10 nnd 5.10 p m . Leave Heidelberg-8 25 aud 10.25 a.m. i .55 and 5 55 p.m. Leave :?tha, hm-7-'.35 sand 9.2l a.m. ; 1.6 and 5.5 p m. Leave lledelberg--8 17 and 10.17 a. n.; .47. and 5 47 p. m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
Medical Notice. R1, GORDOH PHILLIPS, I..lO.P., Tnnd., M.R.C.S., Enr., IsS.A..Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted .' Every Wednesday, AT :litlmmnn, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Ka.iaron - Ground, (if inotrneled at Bel-. . , d elberg .bef re II uE., .) a :Eyery Friday r. renihorongh, 1.3l to 4 n.m. .)inatond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. OR, J, T, CHAPMIAA . YARRA GLEN V[SITS KANOAROo) oROUND Every Mondey, 1 to I p.m. QU?iKNS'TOWN " IR.S. CAMPBELL, TRAINED . NURSE & MIDWIFE. Soutdoor patioets attended. Terms moderate 'Tanck's Corner, Doreen. Ananrria Cured. :'A Case in South Yarra. The Case of Mrs. E. GESCHKE. (By a Malbosrns Reporter.) S'A' matter that may have reaped the -notice of many subsoribers to the iiterarl ,world is here reproduced by a writer who was specially commissioned to call ton Mrs. Elizabeth Geschko. a resident of 50 Wicklow-street. South Yarra. The l1ady's remarks are given verbatim: "For ten years I suffered the moat recute misery through poverty of blood. )eforo ...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
ght Culy ebxeruc , Publi..hed Every Friday Morinq. FRIDAY, JUNK 5, 1903. Mlass will he celebrated at Si, Joseoph's, Yan Yean, onl Sunday next, 7th inst.,'at 11 ant. 'lThe dates of th. Christmas Hills Qundrllel Club ageaimblies are adver. tised in this isse., The annual nmeeting of the Yarra Glenu Horticultural Society and Fruit glowers' Asuociation is advertised to take place unext Mondany, 8th iest, A deputation was litroduced by Mr OCnteron, Minister of Mines, to tthe Postnmaster.General last Wednesday, which asked that a post tlfies be r. established at WVtson'a Oreek, on the ground that silnce the post-ofice had been abolished in 1896 the district bad growtn in importancee and particularly since tlhe opening ot tihe Elthattm rail. way line. Senator )rake promisld to call fur a report spOl the applicatiolo Immediately alter the business of the Elthum Shire Councal had twen disposed of last Monday, a pleasant little ceuemony took place. Councillnr E.' II, Camlnrotl invited his bro...
THE DWYER COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
TIli DWYHR COMP'ETITION. A meetiag of delegates of te various dllle who will play for the above trophy was held at Mr Con. Dwyer's Healeaville Hotel, on Saturday, 25th ult. There were preaent-Mesare J. J. Wilseo and Atkinson, Healeeville ; Carey and Wilsen, Yarra Glen; Hooper atnd Beal (proxy), Lilydale ; Parks nnd Sptlain, Coldstreemn. Mr J. J. Wilson occupied the chair. Mr E. A. Carey was elected as secretary. Condition were arranged for the qArrdn tke competition, and the followiingi the draw : June 4...Yarra Glen v. Lilydale June 6...llealesville v. Coldstream June 18 ..Lilydele v. llealsvilll June I3...Coldstrerm v. Yarra Glen June 20...Henlesvllle v. Yarra Olen June 20o..,Cohlltream v. LIlydale June 27...Yarra Glen v. Coldistream? Juuu 27...Healeavllle y. J,llydlnle July 4,...Llydale v. Yarra Glen July 4...Coldtreamo v. lealeaville July II..Yarra Glen v. llealrvelle July 11...Lllydnle v. Coldstreamz July lB...l ye July 25.,,Yarra Glen v. LIlydale July 25...Hlalesville v. Cuold...
ELECTRIC TRACTION. A RAILWAY PROPOSAL. WHITTLESEA-MELBOURNE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
ELEOTRI[O TRACTION. A RAILWAY PROPOSAL. WRITTLBER A-MELBOURO N T'rRA IWAY. At the request of the Minister of Railways, who has given a great deal of attention to the subiject of electric traction, Mr. .T. D. Gillan, the electric inspector of the Public Works Depart menet, has prepared a comprehensive report on the question of providing an electrical service on the line between Whittlesea stid North Fitzroy, thence by a new street line to 'Melbourne. " The scheme," said .rli. Gillan, " contemplates a continuous electric tramway between Whittlesea and a suitable terminus in the city I think this would be quite practicable. It would involve the construction of an electric tramway track from the city nto the south end of the Fitzroy rail. way branch cockepur line, via Napier. street, Thii tramway would be oft'he same gaune as that of the ordinary railway lines. Northward of the Fitzroy cockspiur line there would be a small portion of: new railway or tramway .construction required, curVy...
LILYDALE SWIMMING BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
LILYDALE SWIMMING BATIIS. The fIllowing Ihtter was received by the Lilydule Shire Council, at its msortig on lMonday, 25th ult., fi'ou the Secroutary for Lainds, ini rfeoen c. to the Ialhtls quiationi. v:a :-" Ini reply to your letter of the 29.h ult., I have to inform .you that the Honorable the Minister of Londs, having reconsidered .the matter of the swimmingt baths site at Lilydele, sees no reasou to depart front the proposal conveyed to your council in a letter addressed to you on the 20th idem. Or Janson : Well, what are we going to do about this e? 'lahe President : Recive it. Or Tl'ylor : We must do something tmore than that. The President : Well, reply to it. Or Kilpatrick : Fall in with the suggestion of the Minister of Lands. Or Taylor said that, of course, he. did tnt knlow what the views of those councillors who were interested more particularly in the baths t iovetoenti might he, but it seemed to hiim that the suggestion of the council was the meeost liberal that could...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
OLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The subjolned Table, showing the Close Beasons forGCame, is published for, general Inforimation. , All previous Tables are hereby cancelled, IlBI WHOLE YEAR. All Anstralian ra'in, with the exception of snakes, in National Park neoar Wllson's Promontory,all birds, except sparrows and linahs, not onligenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), anmelope, hea eaters, bustard or wild turkey, Califor • lant quell, deer, emus, epltlhianuras, fan tails, fly.catchers, great kingllsher or laugh. t-4 s, grouse, Ibis, large grey' Rkan.g.rous (lsecrpus gigalteull), great red kangaroos (miacropus rufus), lyre-birds, mlagpies, magpie lark, native beers, owls, partridges, pheasants, p!atypna, portargus or mopolkes, tohin, anal,, sitthern stone plover oi rurlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrelns, 14th day of June to thle 2l0th day of Decom. ber In each year. lSlank swan, wild goese of all kinds, l]t day of August In each year to tlhe last day of ba...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
'FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. .The following lExtreto from the FisAeries Act 1890, and Proclamations 'thoreuend. amendilg to dale, are published for genpral information. . + wi. net orfxed'enktinea i' any' rivre, creek, or ' eperea. or within lsulh, ditaenCe, from, the rv. r wcruul , shall' be :lia Isis a . %nsly of not' less than. £21bvor more than £20. ioction 16.-All nets containing fish shall be emptied in the water. Any person draw. ing on to dry land any net containing ish shall he liable to a penalty of not les. than £ L nor more than £0o. Section 20.-Any person knowingly tak. log or assisting or attempting to take any :feb not indigenous to Victoria, or any of .,i such species, within three years after their ,L Introdoution, or any further time proclaimed, i rr having Inadvertently taken such fish and ,?eshall not forthwithr return the same to the 1i? water in which they were captured, shall be liable to a penalty of £20. Section 21.-Any person pottrig, attempt. og in to put...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
COURTS. 1903: ' Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the:undersuontldned places, on the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, rz. : Name of Court Day F P April May Juno July August Sept Oct Nov Dec A.M. Heidelberg . Monday ... 10 2, 231 t s2 e 23 t 627s* t ,25 1,22*t 6,27 3,234* 14, 28 5,260 2t 231t 21*t Anderson a Creek Monday . 11 9 9 , 20 1. 8 13 10 7 12 16 " 7 ltham ....Tuesday... II 10 10 21 12 9 14 11 8. 13 to 8 Healesville .. Thursday... 3 30 26 23 -21 18 16 .13 10 8 5 3,31 Lilydale - Friday .:. 30 ls t 11 f 6 1 t 1 .'t ,15 5°t112 1*t.0 7, 14 4, 11, 18 2.9, 16 6.13 4.11 20, 27 20,27' 24 22, 29 19; 26 17, 24 1, 28f 25*+ 23t, 3020+t, 2 18*t 31°t Ferutree Gully.. Wednesrdsy 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton Saturn:day ... 10 21 I2i 12 16 13 11 8 5 3,31 38 . 19 " Police Mngistrnte'. viasts. t Licerning and Wardcn's Courts. D. flElIIIMAN, . Clerk of Courts,
REPARTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
REPARTEE. -t* SAh, l lt Il, nant, rtd- 'allI iutu tI , Iilly, ' , I w I ni I I 'tlll ith II (i ' or Lwo vit InH t il 'Ihl t. I tlti' it littlll' Ih ll t IIH I tl) -hit i 't d i ' it litt'?ihh itill lhi I?hln to I) l tlllilt I IolIt to 11 h I 1, iti- Il ls of ti 1 I14 MIlnlilll (ia I 11. 111,,I'?, n 11 111t'1 11 111/ 1 ,un ' r I (wo I?I )111 it '' 11.-11 tt ,l i 11 lit, tl tl Io ilo an I 1(oll b1il Yati tIllhIW aI till I
WODONGA HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
WODONGA HORSE MARKET. Oampbell and Sons, Kirk's Bnzaar, Melbourne, ia conjunction with Young husband, Row and CO., Albury, report having h1'lI a sale ,.f horses at their yards, Wedoagea, on 26th May. About 300 head were ent,.red and anything fit for shipment or town purpnose found ready ante. Very faw Indian remounts or gunner. were forward. Draught hoa?es were enquired fr but very few of this olass were yarded. Well shaped 14 to 14J hands ponies and African remlnolte xeited keen eamnpetition and all of this class were quitted at eatis tfctory prices.
BALLOON FOR CONSUMPTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
BALLOON FOR CONSUMPTIVES. -4· That there is benefit to be derived from the rarefied air,: as well as ini clianatic chanlge, has. promp0ted . Dr. Naugier, . of rIaris, to sauggest. in ati recent paper before the' Academlic' d ,Medicine, the possibilities-of hospital balloons. 170 asserted that a tao hours' trip in the alr cautses? aRn iLancrease of tie red acorpuscles,..ati impro'vement that cottinuees for several dalys alfter' the asceent. Two such asacents in the course of. six, or seven weeks he con siders i mlore beleflicial to anl an actitic, thlaan an isojourl' of thr'ee Iamoaths in the amountains.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
TO THIN eDITOR- O TIR EVELTN ODIIR?B R. Dear Sir,-Your correspondent ' Rate. payer," in year issue of the 22nd nit., wrote no the straue of a man who is in his second childhood, and I considered It isqfr dig to reply to so meaningless a letter. His nom. munlcatlon served him, however, In giving Cr. Thomas a sly hit " below the belt," just as one of Cr. Thomas's letters (viz., re sign. ing of cheque) gave that gentleman the chance of vaucting his own importance. In your issue of the 29th," Another Rate. payer," seemingly very Irate at the mild rebuke to his bosom friend, accses me of egotism, or rather self conceit, simply because I express an opinion, not on the pronoun my, but on the general tone of certain letters, According to his own logic, he stands now a solf.coundemned egtlst as he has expressed his opinion on my bumble protest. It appears to me tooomuch like Satan reproving sla, but I am not going to brand your correspondent as egotistical as I do not hold with his logio, Ho...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
TO TBB EDITOR OF TOOB VBELY ODS?BR ?R. Dear Sir,-In scanning your correspon dence columns of the 29th lnit., I notice a reference made to the " hanging up of the works on tho Yen road for a little time." In explanation I beg to inform your corres. pondent that I was one of the party who exerted ourselves in trying to getalterationt made which we thought would be an ims. provemenot. However, appareutly wiser counsels prevailed, and 1, personally, am perfectly satisfied with my position and also with the maimer in which the Shire Engi neer is pushing on the said works at present. "Another Rate(,yer" is evidently trying to cast a slur at us, baut I can say that I bear no sooh malice towards anyone con. neted with the Conocil. As for Mr. J; Lawroy, I think you will agree with me, Mr. Editor, that he gave his reasons in a straight-forward letter in your columns some time ago. In conclusion, I would inform several anxious enquirers that I am in no way con nected with the correspondence no...
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 June 1903
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET, Campbell and Sons, Kirk's Bazaar, report :-There is little alteration in the market. A. very short supply of country horses forward for the week. The demand still keeps good for useful hotrss of all classes. Young extra heavy draughts are in fair request and sales have been afftc'ed at late quota tines. Medium draughts, plough and delivery hereus are enquired for, and upstanding hanks, Indian remnunts and gunners are in great demand and are easily qeitted at high prices. Well trained carriage and huggy pairs if young and sound are wanted; we have orders fort 10 pairs which are still unfilled. Omnibus horses are selling well at late quotations and stout 14 to 14 hands pronies sad order cart horses fled ready sale. Ordinary saddle and harness horses at Iaset week's quotations. Our ordinary sales camprise :-Extra heavy droughts, atnbject to trials, £32 10' to £46; medium draughts, ibroken, £25 to £30; Indian remounts and` gunnters, £30 to £42 ; buggy pairs, 60 t...