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TREES ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902

TREES ON THE FARMK. (Fronm "TheI Journal of the Depart. nieiat of Agriculture of Victoria."). By H. Puro. , One of thle most striking features of of the present-day scen,.ry of many of the farming districts,of our Stnte is theL general absence of well enred.for plantas lions of shelter and timber trees. We are more familiar with the gaunt dead forests giants that stand like mystic sentilels of a glorious past. Farmers I cannot you, who are hound by every tie of gratitude to the trees for their kindly shade dnring the hot nooeday, and'ut to their warm shelter from the cold winter blasts, do something to enciur age the growing of them I Your intfi once at the Agricultural Societies' meetings and at your conferences would do much to forward the movement. Oountry teachers I instil into the minds of your pupils the love for trees. Do this, and you will encourage them to reflect, and save many from future mnental stagnation. A farmer generally aims at obtain ing .from his land tile best r...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STIRRING WAR CRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902

STIRRING WAR CRIES. FROM HISTORIC BATTLEFIELDS. Variousbattle-cries, says the " Hegimentl' have been employed by nations in their vari oun conflicts, a fact brought to our mind by America's battle cry In the recent struggle with Spain of " Remember the nlaino !" "God our help !" and *' Our Lady of help I" wua the cry of the Norman host at Hautings; while the incenannt shout of the Saxons in the lime battle was " Christ's Rood ! The Holy Rood I" Coming to the Battle of the Standard, we lind that the shout of tle Scots was " Albnnaich I Al banaich !" (We are the men of Albyn) ; and when they were repulsed in their desperate charge the Englislh taunted them with shouts of " Erygh ! Erygh l" (Ye are but Irish I Ye are but Irish !) When the two armies closed in battle at Bouvincs for the mortal shock, the war-cry of the (Germans was ' Kyrie eleinon," and that of the French " Mnntjoye St. Denis !" When Simon do Montfort, the founder of the English o'arlia ment, was slain at Evreham, the s...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOLD OF BULLER. HOW HE WON THE V.C. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902

TOLD OF BULLER. sOW HE WON THE V.0. At the present moment a popular life of Sir ReLdvero Buller will be read with intereet, and lthrefoie Mr. Walter Jerrold's " Story of lis Life and Campaigns " (Partridge) is welcome Iand opportune. Buller is a Devon shiro manl, like Drake, Sir Richard Gren ville; Sir Welter Raleigh, Monk, Marl borough, and many another military and Naval hero. Tho Dullers, however, were originallyn Cornish family, a fact which was clevoerl exploited by the youthful Redvers when in i fix at the mouth of tile St. Law runce on his way to Canada. The vessel was delayed by fogs, end as provisions ran short, uliler went, snhore to aln islet where ,toera were kept' for shlipwrecked snilolt. The wnseap in charge refused to give sIpplies: "' No,' she said, ' tile supplies be for they who'm ehipwrecked, not for such as you.' "' But this is a Government depot, and we are servants of the Crown,' insisted Bul ler. " Can't help it, you'm not shipwrecked,' uloe the reply. " The ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902

Golden Wedding. WHELPTON-SHEEDY-M'NAMARA.—On the   22nd November 1852, Edward Whelpton, of Hull, England, to Margaret Sheedy-   M'Namara, of Clonmel. Present address:   Moonlight Hill, Queenstown.

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LILYDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 28 November 1902

LILYDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. (From the Lilydale Express of the 21st inst.)         The annual celebrations to commemo-   rate the establishment of the above church in Lilydale were commenced on Sunday last, when the resident pastor, the Rev. J. M. James, B.D., conducted two special services, at 11 a.m; and 7 p.m. respectively. In the morning th rev. gentletman preached a- powerful sermon from the words, " Go to the ant, thou sluggard : consider her ways and be wise."-Prov., 6 h chap., 6th verse-and in the evening Mr. James took his text from Jeremiah, 5th chap, lst verse, " Run ye to and fro through the streets of Jerusalem, and see now, and know, and seek in the broad places thereof, if ye can find a man,"etc. At the time this command was issued to the prophet, the preacher said, "Jeru- salem was in a very bad state, as bad if not worse than the City of Sodom." Applying the words to the present day and generation, the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HE FOLLOWED THE INSTRUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

HE FOLLOWED THE INSTRUCTIONS. -+1 A new patient after having been thoroughly cross-examined by the doctor had received minllte instrLc tions about diet etc. and was dis missed with this instruction : " As for smoking, you must limit yourself to three cigars • ilay ; three light cigars'land no more." After at few days the patient uip. pears ugauin in the consulting rooa.'" " Well, and how are you? ' asked the physician. "I should bCe all right," replied the man ; butll your, orders about: smloking are dillicult to follow Iaiiml soriry,'" the' Doctorl si caltegorically.; " but.-l10 no oore'thali three cignrsi a day You inusst 'just.L . put ill), with it,' : Sl utt. doctlor, it ,eally ' is n?iw-' . fill' busliess.s Wouldnl't two ia d?s li 1 feel very ill, vory, time' 1. smoke."' "\hy, mian i i??itt in the' . r ? d i" you smoke for at cul if that, is tuLli case " the doctor ronied;; , ut doctor, wasn't it, yourself whio siid three cigars a day and no inbir i ?' ~Of couise I thoughlt tth...

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THINGS ABOUT MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THINGS ABOUT MEMORY. IL IN now m0llil thailt iiiiio'Iu,, e110 laid1 tIilcc·I III cltrltt1t, '!'hough yu((lltu foI'MI'tfli of rIeIlIllt IIIII)llLi'III pH gO, 110 persons (00)1h Ii lung-pat 11001) t III eo lilOei morder, Illid 1001 Ilvii ligui l 1011111 8001e0 IlIHOllI NlNtl otely ou11. or ricollletoti eLforo thie di0'10u of 11ull1 y ( old 111ogo deoay ) lInllll011 Wl'hue In thu (101111 111 of favor, an hiiitoi'&tto 001'vnL~t.IIll recitedl froolo Clrofk itiil I Iubrioo for hours, but IIn heIatli sio know no word of ulthur Illlllguugo, her 'trinlig lIilIg tItl to theu oxul 1 f 11111111 bri illu'L'Nnlo1110 loft by t.w owolullolllg Iulord loony yullO' b)010r0 of iI ilohltlul 11011p.01'. A wVomooii of 711, dolltrioo fin)m IOluuIOuto-1l0m101111, ii , 1101' i Ohaly de hirioto, rl'olootolI rnoto'.Iv II I Iindoo teni I In thu noxL fow days, Ni"l' vIvi d 0001 It ode iiiili of00. thu oxpwol'In curn of boo' Iifo, toiki )I to iul)ltgilnlOy friound In Iiglli itlt," O'lreil tlul (2(1. liih)...

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HOW TONGUES INDICATE CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

HOW TONGUES INDICATE CHARACTER. -.-·- Linguilstolugy is thie most recent crlze in 'uris. If olle prefers to call it glossomllllcy, well and good. Unllder either name it means tongue reuding* ulll it threatens to compete with palmnistry. 'that a tongue can tell the character of its owner is a reaslnable supposition. A tongue Illy evemn, to expert eyes tell the conldition of tile owner's liver, and frolu such data manIy con clusions may be reached. (liven the state of a mlan's liver, history and prophecy both seem possible to even the average deductive logician. But iluguistology has to do only with the shapeu nd form of the tongueo. A big tongue, it seemis, indicates frankness ; a short tongue, dissimnu latlion a a long and brood tongueo, garrulity and generosity ; a narrow tongue, concentration and talent it short, broad tongue, garrulity and untruth. The onman with a very short and nitrrow tongue is a liar of true artistlc merit. 'li'h disclosures of lingulstology maLy be thriillin...

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HONEY A NUTRITIVE LAXATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

HONEY A NUTRITIVE LAXATIVE. Sir John Sawyer, the well-known I physiciao, is never tircd of dilating Supon the virtues of honey. Address inlg thie imeubers of the Warwick shire ]leekeepers' Associationl recent ly, he declared that lhoney was a nil tritious food, capable of adminis Itrating to ,every activity, of body anid i, indl of" miIscular actio!; and of resistiance to cold iltd disease. iIf - wer co.nsu0no orldiliniy sugau i t hlis to be clilgedt' illto glucose be-` faiie . ueci; ci assiniilate it;. blit the Ib?e Ils: alli :il"ly done thi ?? at l rL: foi llus wil, regard to the sulgar? solition ihich. it t'ook from.i the flower. 'l. sides. Igi,lg nuitritiouss, honey is val ulible as iil tlxative.

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Debility. SOME HINTS FOR THIS WEATHER. HOW TO KEEP HEALTHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

Debility. BOM&1 HINT FORt THilS WiEATHI?I HOWm o IIC? P hKIEAITH Y. General tability is a slate which is generally oased by a coonlnation of nurvous ox auctiol, Indigestion, de. ranged live and constipationU It is brought abo t by the sysetlr being run down. Thle funtions of the body ere irregular and weak, the waste matter Is niot calried ol properly, the blood becomes poor, and the compllexlou salow, Th'le wholn sysltenl, in caes like thils, needs tonlng u1'." The diet taust be regulated, and a remedy must be taken that will put the tUiges. tive organis in thorough working order, For this work, Ilile Ilcans for llilloneinee are the very best epelillo, as tlhe'y ot III a gentle lllunlllnr, antd re an onommnunded that thely rlpair the watet' of the ?nrvlnll syollunl, land allke pure, luicit blo,md. le IlRes oan ovary lhanld e ofioTti?g cur's for dtbility mnd all nsuln er i lnltuil te, ull ?h I n loss f1 tnon, luck of plhyral forou, A&., A&e. IllI, lieltnn are...

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THE BEST MAN'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THE BEST MAN'S MISTAKE. After a fashionable wedding ill Washington, the " best mIIn " started in a great hurry for South Africa. O Illhis return to Washing toll after an absence of solie eigh teenl mouths, he received the warnl'l rst sort of welcome from his old us sociates. A dinner given in his hIo our' alTordemd the Ilrst occasion sinice the wedding for dnnlinig evening dress, and ill the Illlst of the pro ceedings, havnlg occusion to feel nll his waistcoat pocket for somlething, lie electrified the party by drawinglll furth at hundred dollar bunk nlote. Whereu did it collie froIn ? Who hall put it there Ills fellow gluents hiid all sorts of suggestions to oflL'e one10110 of which neelled slltisfactory. Early t~hi nIext lOllling the truth flashed ulerLus ifs mIInIfIIu lie culled 111p11 theI clergymilan t ho had pe. fOlllluei the alllllrrhige coeinony. * YIoII rei'metimber thie fact, I sltlt pose," midl the vlsltoir, " tof la ryimg Imr. ii- and ltiss 0- about u. 'lyear aitd a Itlf...

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"COMBINES" AND PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

" COMBINES" AND: PRICES. Shoild anlly ritisher with, nllrrow mIleanls cll'press any linsgi viig ialibolt the possible clfect of Amlerican ','colli biles " on his lean purse, It is us uillly explainlled that even If a Illonou poly. resulted, it would be rather to his advantage than otherwise.Work ilg explleses would be cheapened in ImanIy 'ways, Llid tills economyLy would admit. of lirger prolits and lower prices. Theoretically ( says " The Globe ".) that contenition up pealus to be so0Ulnd eough, there, is lno question that great businesses, like big ships, can be operated at less proportionate cost than sMiall ones. But there happens to be ' a case in question jupt ll ow that justi lies scepticism about the alleged lowering of prices by :successful monopolies. The American Beef Trust is un doubtedly among the most prosper ous of the more recent " combines." But its success in " cornering " supplies has not benefited the con sumer on either side of the Atlantic. While public feeling...

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TOPICAL ARTICLE. MR. SEDDON'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

TOPICAL ARTICLE. MR. SEDDON'S VIEWS. ---+-- Mr Seddon, who seems ,to have taken the imore proinlnent placo of all (he Premiers who 'recently visited 'England, in connection with- the cor oiatioan L ~iade ai nunter 'of ~lpeeches 'diring,. his, sojourit, in: the old :`land. lle has, mIndeed, soinmewhat astonIshed and lias certaimily naimlseul, his llress critics' lIy :iils' 'outspi~ken opinionls, and liberal advice, - The good. pIeolei:in thle mother' Itni]l have niot yet emnunicipated then selves front the l pitronising spirit with which, not, so`long ago, it was the, fashion:, to regii' the colonies. Even (ieat LBritain's politlclans do nlot seem. as yet, to realise tile pow er anid strength- which are represelt ed by the Auistraljaia depenidencies. Thl'he amazinlg efforit called forth throughout Australuasia by the Bloor wall', did muuch to opler the eyes of thie British lublic to tlhe real resour cos anid liopular spilri ,of people ill this part of the world. BuLt it would seem th...

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TOMMY'S CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

TOMMY'S CAUTION, -*I 'l'lo teacher had boon Inlprosiong upon her clns thei ndvantnages of i copotoncy ganelllod by lolest hard work over oine gacllodl by acllomllng, andl even hmIore (ustlionllable Ilunts, and, thlinknllg she had Indo a gront Imlrealsion uIpon hoer small charges Isle proceedod to ctuchlllo Lthem on the subjout I "Olce upon . a llo thoere wolo two rich ll1o, one of whomlll a1do his fortune by hontu tradlling, while the othler Ilndo his by' fraud, Now, which of these two auon would you pier et ou be? 7 'Toumiy (nfter c Iitnmoent't heelhti Ilunll ) I " Whieh mndi Ithe lmostl '1 "

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TREES ON THE FARM. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

TREES ON THE FARtl. (From "The Journal of the' Depart ment of Agriculture of Victoria.") BY. H. PYE. (CONCLUDED.) Both the oriental and occideental planes .thrive well in most parts of Victoria, es'pecially in the northerly, districts where some file specimens may be seen, notably at Tabilk and Benalla, and possiblv other places Reine deciduous, their falling leaves in the autumn make a litter, but the decayed folinae assists in fertilizing the land. The wood of the Oriental plane is superior to that of the western species but is less suitable for moist situations. The cork eoln is hardy and afflrds useful timlher, very durable in the prestence of moisture. The poppe'r, tree (Schlinus) is a rapid grower, anld is ornlamental in appear. unce. It makes a plesing cotraset to conifers, gums, and broad-leaved trees; it may be tseed as a wide hedge, but it makes a finestandard tree if trained up to onestetn. It is only p-opagated by seeds. Poplars are fast growers; some have an eecnt habli...

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THE DROUGHT SUFFERERS. A LOCAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

THE DPOUGFLT -BSFU ERERS. -o- A LOCAL FUND. At the November meeting: of the Eltbhsm Shire Onucoil £10 was voted tc the drought fund. The Plesident of the Ouuncil (Onuncillor John Lawrey), last Monday asked us to receive sub. scriptious for the same object at this ofice, as he believes there are a number of people in the Shire who are willing to contribute. We readily agreed' to his request, and any subscriptions sent to us will be acknowledged the f.llow. Ing issue, under the heading of " The Eltham Sihire President's Fund."

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ARTHUR'S CK. CENTRAL V. GREENS. BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

AUTI1UR'S ON. OtNTRAa V. OR3I1NS. Thie match we Iplayod at Arthur a Crock on the 9ond atod 99th Norotuhor, end after an exultntlg flnsh Ibt locale were the winnerb Iby l wukut and I' rtan, Ureeia. boroughb wore a man hahrt In the first touluge, Thle scoute orea nfollow I Suit h~iltU UGf I irsto ,, 3 J, tirlng run out , .. 9,0 11, Starltg II (ornm ,, 1.. 4111t ut. li toiuiio,.. .., I G1 Bowling Analysis. balls I runs I wkts JI. Green -. 83 so 5 W. Hempel ... 78 26 .2 Second Innings. H. Starling, b Green ... ... 4 C. Amiet, b Green . 0 II. Starling, b flempel ... 16 Coombes, b Green ... 3 J.' tarflie, e, b Green ... 0 L. Amiet, b Hempel . ... 3, - °:H. Elliott, b Green ... ... 0 ..... Stirling, b Green 3 H. Ellilott, not out .. : 8 Dusaen, b Gro.n . 19 .Gildin, e cGreen, b Hempel .. 6 'Sundries .. r7 89 Bowling Analysis. balls runs wkts i:,. H. Green 6 .. 286 7 7, ;W. ;WJlempel ..',84 3?4: 3`' CEITRALS. First Innings. HiHammet, c and b' Starling .17 i:LW. Phillips, b Glidin, . : 7 S.l...

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ARTHUR'S CK. V UPPER DIAMOND CK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

ARTHUR'S OK. VUPPER DI1AMIOIDCK. This match was' played on the Upper Diamonhd cricket ground on Saturdays, November 22nd aid 29th; andresulted in a win -for Arthur's Creek by 2 wickets and 2 runs. Following are the scores.: . UPPER DIAMOND CREEK. First Innings..., Curtis, c, b M. iassett . .... 8 Cox, e, b Christian .. 14 *ebeire, bt BUaseett -.. 4 Sincinir, b Si. Bassett . 9 - Oillsob Er Bassett ... 19 P. Sheahan, b E. Basset . 5 T. Stone, not out .. 2 F. Stone, b EI Hassett - .. I J. Sheahanb BE Bassett' .. Haley, is Ev.tassett 0, 0 "-''T:Cox, bhIs Basseltt.::. , .0 sundries ... . Bowling Analysis.s :. E. Bassett, I for 19 i. ' Bassett; S for 14; Lobb, none for 8 i D, Christian, I 'for 15; Ev Bassett,5 for 4. Second Innings.' :Curtis, h Christian .? ' .. 8 J.Ceox, e, b E Bassett '.. 63 Sebire, b E. Bassett ... ... Sinclair, b a. Bassett ,.. 6 Mlills, c, b E. Bassett... .. 4 P. Sheahan, b Ev Itasett -.. 0 T. Stone, b Byv Bassett .., 43 SF. Stone, a and b Christian,... 0 J. Sheahan,...

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KING HENRY VIII, AND HIS MANY WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

KING HENRY VIII, AND HIS MANY WIVES, -+- " lly, you ought ato have seen old Hlenry the Edighth when he was in bloom. lie was a illossom. lie used to marry a now wife every day and chop off her head next morning. And he would do it just as indiffer cut as if he was ordering up eggs. ' Fetch up Nell Gywnn,' he says. They fetch her up. Next mornling, ' Chop'of her head I' and they chop it off. ' Fetch up Jane Shore,' he says ; and up she tcomies. Next morningl, Chop off her head I ' And he made every one of them tell hlinm a tale every night: and he kept that. up till lie had hogged a thousand anld one tales that way, and then he put them all in a book and called it Domesday Book, which was a good nameo and stated the case. That was his style-he never gave anybody a chance. He had susplc ions of his father, the Duke of Wellington. Well, what did he do 7 Ask himn to shiow up ? No, drowned him in a butt of mamsey, like a cat Suppose people left money lying round where lie was-what did li...

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PACKING AND STORING EGGS. PACKING EGGS FOR THE LOCAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 5 December 1902

PACKIING AND STORING EGGS., (From " The Journal of the Depart-. ment of Agriculture of Victoria.!') BrA HART. PACKING. EGGS FOR THEi: LCA..: MARKET, -': ' : Several inmprovenients are ; urgenitly required in thLe, nthods usually eta played in.the packing of eggs intetnded for sale in" the local market. The best prices can aever he realised from ai.y article unless put up ill anL nitrocivse mlannser, a statement which applies with particular force to perishable products, which are so liable to stearomr taintedl, Dirty eggs should never hi- sent. t, market ; l t eggs collected from clea , nests, slid sent in for sale with thel bloomt on, are always hotter in appl.r ance than those which have hoeta washed. In the past such olbjection able material as green sawdust and musty or dirty chaff has beea considered'. by many as quite good enough for packing purposes. When such sui- stances are used, in combination with, weak, dirty, anid unsuitable boxes, it is' little wonder that prices ofte...

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