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FACTS ABOUT LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
FACTS ABOUT LICGHTMUI. Witlhout doublt lightning was the first electrical phenome non that was ,ver observed by himnmun beings. To this day- it reimlains the least known ;id 1'1 lcsits inlderstoo d :of iiatural Ieletrlicll inituuLifstatLIons, except, pcilrhaps ,the alruroril: 1'i'lhlre" is Ia va.stL deal . of miiclin celtiln oenue!rniiig Jite ,dangeir: of lightlllliig a1nd tin nature t, ItC. -Wlhein' thii i?. tmiisphere "is hiirgied iwithi Witerl:bl; ~iupijointi" ll i sio dyiily or cmllent in itsi colder- illlier' stratai is itellet:ted dotnw anid" causdifi ="?"itlen-", satiii i nd l exceedingly s"imnil drops of ivatier ,re rni mif.il, clai heiariiig, nn iletilca i clharge. T?'me cousoal ila tlio oflthese. inlti larger dtropis:yre suilts in ia very' gireat iincreuniieit tof the potential of ttihe cthatrge,. since the fpaiuicity of the driop varies with its dfilteter, aind the volulnic of the tirolp willt the cube of the diiiaineter. Sl'lleco-scituence of this, is that it istake; for...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
Purblixherf Every IFci~ilny Mormnq~g FllDA)YV NUVI(B( IEll 2, 1002. The aonnual and ordinary monlldd ,uoiling of th: I'iikuiin Hr (lNroon Onuull will bo heldl at tOin (loanull.Ohla or, l(anparoo Oround Ilotel, ao AMooday afoutroooo inext, The. Rev. E. C. Thomson will preach at Upper Diamond Creek, Panton Hill, and Queenstown on Sunday next. Meesrs. Morton and Coghill will hold a sale of cattle, etc., at the Kan garoo Ground Hotel yards on Thurs. next, 4th prox. At the Heidolberg Court on Mon dav. last a transfer from MIr. Thomas Besoell to. ir. Wm. Parker of the license of the Kangaroo Ground Hotel was grantel. . . Thi. Tetplestowe Shire Council will miieet ti t ransact its ordinary monthly bt'sinsoa at the Shire Hall,. Temple. tiowe, on Monday evening next, com mencing at half-pest seven o'clock. By advertisement elsewhere Mr. Wm. Parker announces that he is now the licensee of the Kangaroo Ground Hotel, and hopes by supplying good lignors, attention to business, and courtesy to cu...
AMERICA'S GREAT GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
AMERICA'S CREAT CUN. IWhat - esaid to. be the most pow-( erful g'un in the world hlts recently beein co:ipleted atilhe)Unrtedl States Areesal 'at t Wateevlindt pskiYv rkk It l ins'':'lin. gu.i iid is' the" first of a series of simnila?r'gigantic weapons to- be constructed :for the coast de fence of the States. Other rifled guns of large calibre, heretofore constructed are the ltal inl gun, . calibre 17.76in.; the French gun of 16.5 calibre, and the Armstrong gun of 16.25. calibre, which is carried on the lbattleships lienbow and Sans Pareil. The range and energy of the American gun will vary with the amount and qual ity of powder used, andl the question of the actual performance of the gun can therefore only be determined by actual trial tests. HALF A MILE A SECOND. With smokeless powder as at pre sent proposed, the gun requires a powder charge of 57611B , but if the 'old black powder is used 1,1761h. will be required. With a mnaximum powder pressure of betweenl 7,0001b auld :8,i)(O...
WHITTLESEA ANNUAL SHOW. THE WINNING ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
WHITTLESEA ANNUAL SHOW: o0- THE WINNING ESSAT, Following we have pleasure in publishing the 6th class essay which, took the prize at the last show at Whittlesea : ESSAY ON THE SEABONS. (6Tn CLAss.) The seasons are a great blessing to all mankind.. Our Creotor- has so arranged them that they give flowers, fruits, corn, and vegetables at a suit able time, and each for our use and pleasure. First comes Spring. with its beautiful flowers and fruit-blossom. Summer follows with ripe fruits and corn. At this season the farmer is busy harvesting, and is often weary at the end of his day's work. A little later on the orchbdist is busy, too, picking, and packing all his fruit. Next comes Autumn with cooler days and heavier showers, which are much needed after the hot summer. In Autumn we have grapes, figs, and many varieties of late pears Thera is great beauty in the Autumn. Almost every poet writes of the hesutiful Autumn tints of the leaves. We have often gathered theio for they look so pre...
A NEWSPAPERS APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
A NEIWSPAPEI'It APPI'AL POEM, -o The following won the £2,10 lprlzo ro. contly offered by a syndleate of Amerlent editors for the beat appiol poem to lews. pnper aubaerlbera to pay up their arrears, the lucky anld talented author Is the editor of the Recky Mountain Colt t Lives of great mnle oft remind uis, lInolet men won't stand a chanclle Thu lmre we work there grnwa behind us, lliggor patches on our Ipnts, On cur pants oneoo new ndil glol?y, Now are stripes of diiteront hue I And bemusete aubseribere linger, And won't pay nu what in dro, Thetn let uts he iup and doing, Hetnd your miti however nnalII, Or whent thnll l111cw of whiter *rikoe ius, W e slall halvo litIlit pn t t of ll,
LOCAL TALENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
L*OCAL TALENT. (From the Eusendon Gaette.) We have much pleasure in slating that Miss Tilly Aston, a popular g. senldon towns woman, has lately most signally honored Moonee Ponds by sending an Ode to London to the publishers of ( Good Words," in response to their offer to award substantial prizes for three of the beat Odes upon the King's coronation. There were 74 Odes ?n?o N ..Ze.land, li forom the Aus traiin Commonsea'lth, Europe 6756 North and Soutnh America 161, Asia 42, Afrioa 17, ald the Islands of the Seas, 57, total, 1,084. Out of this huge collection of poetry Miss Aston', has been, with three or four others, printed and nd published along witl the three prize poems, thus showing the high merit of her work. The proprietors propose shortly to re.print these together with about 25 of the rest in a volume, to be entitled," All Emnpire's Greeting." We feel quite sure our readers will join with us it euuoplll tentig Miss Aston. Appended we publilsh a selection from Miss Aston's ...
TOPICAL ARTICLE. LIQUID AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
TOPICAL ARTICLE. I LIQUID AIR. ,: Discoveries, lare- constantly taking ' place in-the'faisnciatling domainin of -&lt; science.' '-'J'lTe secrets of nfatur re atre:/ hielng 5 gadiliys l iaid bare- to [ss. 'hint was. no`iso long ago acceplctid as f?isoluble,? Is nhow regarded as, ia Ia .itat?t ti ' tFfact; and the. scienist, It w?ith the: toiiichalhinc of; oiie w. ,lll red ?i t the buci; ies.'l is harnis ing ti to hi chai lot wiheels one. after another of thense forces of natuer of [" wilic h`, ilh til ;recently hae hacld no lknowledge or concept.ion. ''. here, s c every whereb: a note of curious ex pecta1ioct? that science, or a::ccident, i.?i hout to imake cleai other inyster- " le? tlihia trrou ? id iis. We feel that thielhign of to-day, whclih to our; limited .vi iion and inarrow Intel ligenci ?see anso w; wOiderful-the i lier :fectioi' s'to say, of huritan skill aiid:. ilngeligiit;y,. will-soon pass away, anid be discarded as crude, clumsy andt 1lreposterousc Lookitig ulp...
INDIGNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
INDIGNANT, -.--@-_ TI'h l guard of a 'I?rnt, exculrlion rtitn was surpritt bIy the violent tugging of tihl ronttolnicatlonl cord by ouni of t.he patssengers, .tlkinlg out of thu window he was Illtuchl ihlirintid at nlitIg aI wontan franllltihully wtavling her arms anll an ,tntrlolll lt from tint wintdow of onto of thu cni'l l orw, It ws oi ldent tihat snntuthing hild haplpeneld, mtid heo ?Iditlly roulglht his train I IL situld still. " Why dtiln't ypr, stopl b)efore now, yer luol ? " luP Itnwlw'uorId ilIdignIutit ly, " Wi't?' Julat linsad ono of the intl t t muih llltlluNta I've seen this Ila"Iy S yea?t' I "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
J 1 MACKEYI JUNR, C;: ordialand Bitter` It'oyal Place (oft Swan-street), RIOHMOND. 16.l years manufalurling for Halle and" Mackey. .iLilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H W. Pither (Late of Melbourne Markets). 'The only legitimate Produce Merchants in the District. SLT ARGR supplies always on hand of the L..- following t Bone Dust Superphosphate (Camming, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed , "'rrtarian, Algerian, I Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata Sgem. less than hIelbourno prices Chaff, Hay, Bram, Pollard, Straw Barley Rice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt SMaize, Garden Seeds. . ie iu th LINE ONLY kept in AGENT for be colebrated U alvitis. A call sill caoviner everybody. S, H.. W. PITHER,' LIXVDA?LE. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letter I'Palet) AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOR(EnT DEVIL`, Are still to to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. .Agricaltural Implements, &o.. Best workmanship. Warburton-rd., S...
ALPINE GLACIRES DISAPPEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ALPINE GLACIRES DISAPPEARING. --+ Hotel keepers in the Alps have a new trouble and are complaining of the loss of patrons. The attractlve glaciers are said to be actually plus sing from the landscape, and as they recede the hotels along their bor ders are becoming scarcer. These glaciers are not running away, by any means but they gAre deteriorating slowly with a perssst ency that means their final annthila tion. }lotels that a few years ago stood very near to a great river of slowly moving eie now find them selves a considerable distance away, T'he famous glaciers of the Ithone have a;runk several thousands of feet in the last JO years I consider ably more than 100ft, a year, A nulnber of the well known glaciers are also shrinking at about the tsme rate, and the fact is establish ed that these reminders of the great glacial period are certainly disap pearlng, ? mm mmmm.? m. ?
HOW NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LOST THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
HOW NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LOST THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO. r'he hattle of Waterloo is not a dlilicult one to follow. It consisted of ' series of frontal attacks on the, . English, position, .Wellington's :soale tlili' being to quaintail hin ls 'grolild 'till lllicher'arrived. Till° the aftir naoil :when the Prussians beg.al ~~1 arrivo;, .thoe issue . seentei ldo ulltfusll, :diid indeedl at one tim;le 'after Xey's? fl.ces?sfiul att?ekoin 'Lit (laye' Sainte' It seemed as if Napoleon would giain ti rdity.' ut B when lilicher's' tlrdois arrived,; aind there` wois nlo sign of Grouchy'; Nipoleen Wans `enio pe llbrl to hnard"coverythlllig, oiln tho chalrge'. of the G r irdl whitch wit- repulsed with:_ great .slaulghter.; l'hls' decied.'i the daiy and. Napole,;n, leving ?ltheg cdii n1iantl of the ldeieorallsed reiinalus' of hisatrinyy to Soult, hurried to P-Pris. A wivhole' libary' ofl polenical liter lture: has been writteli ol :the callso of Nap'oleobn's 'defeat, !and 'ithoiigh' nmilitary ;criti...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
We have rereived the following letter from the President of the Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, and willingly undertake to do all ile our power to assist so deservlug an institution. All donations forwarded to us will be acknowledged In these columns the following ssuno,--ED,, B.O. Dear i8r, I beg to hand you the enclosed collect. lng card, with the request that you will kindly do all In your power to assist the Austin Hospital in its present urgent necessity. The Institution (the only Hospital for Inegrables in Victoria), has many claims, to. consideration and support. It is : A IIosFITAL wherein medical aid and skilled nursing can be obtained by people suffering from paralysis, rheumatism, heart disease, or other chronic (i.e. slowly progressive) all. ments. A SraATomno ,where those affected with Tuberculosis (the Groeat White Plague) are Isolated (thereby pre. venting the spread of lnfection) and provided with all the newest scelntiflo methods of treatment. A IIoms for all who suffe...
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
MELBOURNE: H&ORSE AI ARKET.': Messrs Oampbell and Sons, Kirks' Bazaar, report :LA full supply of couutny horsts forward for tbo week. Prices for medium and inferior animals, especially if aged, show a slight reduo tion on last quotations. Young extra. heavy draughts are boa ordinary aged .-n quieter owing to the nu?uber coming forward from the dronght.strickon districts.. There is good enquiry for Indian, and African rentonate, upstanding town hacks and bnrness horses, strong, active delivery and omnibus horses, and shapely ponies from 14 to 141 hands. high betwetn 4 anld 6 years old. There are buyers for well.hred grilfin horses from 141 to 15i hands high for iume diate shipment, and well-matohed. carriage and buggy pairs are realising pri?es well up to lato quotations. 'lore is not muclt change in ordinary saddle and harness horast . Our ordl. nary sales cotmlpise -Extra heavy drauglits, subject to trials, .£:3 to £42 10s; ordinary cart horses, C.28.to j£113 modiumn draugh...
ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
ELTHAM RlAILWAY. TIME TSABlE. WEEK DAYS. Leave Melbourne-- 8 38 a.m., 4.10 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-9 25 a.m., 4.55 p.m. Leave Greensborougl 17 minutes later than Heldeberg, and arrivp at Eltham 25 milutes after leaving [Ieidelherg. ' Leave Elt~im-8.35 n.m., 4.5 p.m. Leave Greensbhorough 8 mnutes Inter. Leave Heidelberg--.17 a.m., 4.47 p.m. * SATIIDT, . L Leave Melbourne-8.38 a.m.; 2.10 and 5.40 p m. Leave Heldelberg--9.25 a: m. 2.55 and 6.25 p.m. Leave Eltham-8.85 a.m. 1 5 'and 5.35 p.m. Leave Heldelberg-9.17 a.m ; 1.47 and 6.17 'prn. n.
LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
LAW RELATING TO NEWS. 'PAPERS., 1: Subscriheri who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishine to continue their'subscription. 2. It subscribers. order the. disaontinu ance 6f their periodicalse,the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are poid. 8. If uhbscribers refuee.: or ngleect to take periodicals from thbp apifc. to which they are directed, they at? held4res onsibje until they ave settled eir ills, a ordered the periodicals to bddiscdutihued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing pnblishers;'and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responeible. 6. The courts have decided" that "refus ing to take periodicals from the office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of,intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay. In advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the putlisher, at the ed of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, btherwise the pub...
Indigestion and Headache. SEVEN YEARS A SUFFERER. BILE BEANS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
Indigestion and Head ache. SEVEN YEARS A SUFFERER. BILE BEANS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. Mr. Richard Wilson, of No 9 Ore. morne St., Fitzroy, Melbourne was a great'eijffleier from Indigestion and Headache for seven years, He also suffered from Biliniusness, Debility and fullaide?a 'fter eating. His appetite .hecatils impaired and his sleep broken. In his anxitous endeavours to. remrdy. his deplorable oqndition, he consulted Doctors and also went under hospital treatment, but to no avail, and as may well be itragined he was in,na sd state of health, when Bile Beans came to Ilis sesistance. "This,was the turning point. however-Bile Beatns acting in their usual efficacious menner,. quickly restored I r. Wilson-to heallh for which he is naturally very grateful, Bile Beans harv now gained world wide praise as an undoubted specific for Biliousness, Indligestion, Constipation, Piles, Bad Blood, Pimples and all skin esAaptlins, Debility, Nervousnoes, Anaemia, Female weakneesses, Sleep. lessness, He...
BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
BOURKE. EELYN.CORIOKET .* :ASSOoIAT6ION; :. ':. According'to the 'draw tlhe.elobs take the following numbers:' Arthurs Creek Central;-,; Ir ": Upper.Diamond Craek .. !Dinmond Creek... "'4 :Arthur'? Orek''... 56 . Gre8siebornugh ... - FIRsT -ROUND; * Oct.2 & No., I. fblC,.8& IS3 5 , ' ,4 ,6 . "NovT. 8' . 15 : D 2"Jani : .64 v3 a 41 2v 5 * ".': : s ov. 22 29 1,6 ; . '1 & . ' * . .: 4* v ; SECOND Roupw. Jan. T17 & 24 Feb,28 2& Mar. 7 2v1 ,5" 4 s3 o .2 v,3 6, 5 . 4.- 6v Jan..aS& Feb 7 March:14& 21 1 v 4v, 3 1vl 3 v 6 5 S5 v 2 :.6z. 2. Feb. 14 & 21 2 v4 . : NorE-TwE o 8tlurdtlays av'oiit (27th December and 3rd January):", The mitches t.o he played on the grounds of the clubs first mentioned.
KINGLAKE V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902
KINGLAKE V., NTON HILL, This nmatc i?is 'omm.neceil o- the P?utoln Hill cricket grond" oqa Satni" day afternooin las;...,Peantpo.,?Hill; wielded the willo 6 iratiiid miade ..96 in their Bfirt iniins"?a kli'iilalkewho hatted oiae nianshort, replj d w~ith }40 odd.d At tlme timeof drin-ag, stumps,` Panton: Hill ~'id last one ? icket in: their second in? lgsfor annme 20 runs.i The umitch will:e on tit~o-morroy? (Saturday) after'noosat