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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

ANDERSON'S CREEK. '-4-- (Paox OUv OW CORtSerPOxDBNT.) A concert and ball in aid of funds for erecting a hall at the village settle. meet, WYonga Park, was hbld in the Mlechanics' Institute, Warrandyte, on Friday evening Isat, the attendance being hardly as good as expected. The Settlement residents have always to the beat of their ability supported similar and other efforts for the Creek, and it is to be regretted that there was conspicuous absence of a certain por tion of our comtmunity on this occasion. The concert went off splendidly, the songs and recitations all being iup to the mark, the nigger boys trie desere. ing special mention for the admirable manner in which the lade executed it. The attendance at the dance made up for the slackness at the concert, and proved a thoroughly enjoyable ens. The following is the concert pro. gramme :-Overture, Miss F. Hughes ; song, " The cows are in the clover," Miss Ilewish; recitation, "The Villian," Mr L. Taylor; duet, " What are the wil...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIAMOND CREEK. DIAMOND CREEK CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

DIAMOND OREEK. ---0-o- DIAMOND CREEK CRICKERT CLUB. The Diamond Creek Oicket Olab held a concert and ball on \Vednesday, 22nd inst., when the opportunity was token of presentpsc the trophy won by the club in last year's competition to Mr F. Orme, one of the oldest players in the club. The President of the club, Or R. Weduson, occupied the chair. The performers were Messre R. Mitchell of Fimzroy Cricket Club, Fern. leigh, Wood, W. and H. Cook, Miss Bass, Mrs J. Bass and Miss A. Lawrey and also Mr Odliug. Owing to the darkness of the night, the attendance was not as good as had been expected. After the first part and the interval, the presentation of the trophy was made to Mr Orme by the President in a few well-chosen remarks upon the appreci. ation of the club of the service rendered to the club by the recipient during his long connection with it. Mr Orme suitably expressed his thanks for the handsome present and for the good-will shown in presenting the trophy to him. The trophy, wh...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BUILDING WITHOUT CORNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

A BUILDINC WITHOUT CORNERS. The now St. Bartholomew's Hos pital in New York is so constructed that there are no internal corners to catch the dust. There are absol utely no angles or projections in the building above the basement. All Intersections of all surfaces meet with a uniform curve. This has been carried out in all details, not only the walls, ceilings and floors. but also the stairs, shelf and table standards, wilndow' recesses &c throughout. The sash and doors are so constructed that there are no mouldinlgs or broken surfaces be tween the fralmes lnd glass or pan els. The surface of the frame meets the glass with a feather edge,, and the corners of the saislh and door panels are also rounded that there nmay be no lodging-place for the col lection of dirt or foreign matter. The angles or corners ablove the wainscot line are run in plaster. Especial care has been taken in the construction of the operating rooms. The rooisi for more important opera tions is colsisdere...

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NOT SURE HE COULD READ. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

NOT SURE HE COULD READ, " Well, John, (did, you taki thei loto I gCave yo to Mr. m?L ithers'l? inquireluld in gitlilllema of hilt ruiutic " Yes ir?," repllltl Johllnl, " hiut I don't. thihltl hi Cinl rend It." " (:nullut ruadl I7 ? " excllillt ill h gietlllllelt, " \Wly Huo, hnlui ? " " Illecl uts hI iN liiullll ll'.. W\hile I wtrll ii ti room hI au d nlu i wlhelr Ily hIut was, ltid It wor' ol lmy hiauil all tho tluno."

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CANADA'S WANT GREAT BRITAIN'S OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

CANADA'S WANT CREAT BRITAIN'S OPPORTUNITY ------ Canada '- to-day offers a:'. better chance to. the'yoning iienil and women. of. Grditt iritain f andl Ireland look ing ,out 'for, pionitablo. settlemlent tlhat has " over hitherto bheen the case, riot -because the o country ' has grown older,. but because o.thellontin - ion Grvornmllenb has used and Is still prosecuting overy practlicable a= vailitble neatlii Lti render agr icultoe and" dairying atid their allied mech anical in iustries all possible assist I ance to 'atlieve success and to conl-: mnanid prosperity. Canada invites the suri'plus populti tioil of the mother country to accelt' settlement within her borders which extend froim the broad Atlantic to the peaceful Pacific, and from the Arctic Seris to the forty-niinth par allel. ]lowv few realize whlit the " Domnliion of Cananda ". really mleans, especially: in tile old homn? Ialnid. Canada is 40 times- as large as England and Scotland co?iljllied, 'ivith gallant little Wales ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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OBITUARY. MRS ISABEL DUNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

OBITUARY.   MRS ISABEL DUNCAN. And old and well-beloved resident of the Bulleen district passed away on the 13th October, Mrs Isabel Duncan, who had been a widow upwards of 45 years. She and her husband, the late Mr Alex.   Duncan, who was for several years in partnership with Mr Robert Laidlaw, of " Springbank," Heidelberg, arrived in Victoria in November 1839, by the ship, " Palmyra." They moved out to Gardiner's Creek, where their residence   was a tent, and subsequently settled in Bulleen. As a girl Mrs Duncan (Isa-   bel Ramsey) lived at Melrose and had many pleasurable recollections of the old Abbey, which were revived for her after 60 years by the gift of a book of views of Melrose Abbey brought to her by the Rev D. Fraser after his last trip to Britain. In the early forties the Rev Mr Forbes, who had come to Melbourne in January 1839, held Presbyterian Church service in Mr Duncan's barn among rural surround- ings, the pulpi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ANTAGONISTIC GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

* ANTAGONISTIC GERMS, In most instances these reproduce itheir species by shedding spores or seeds-small .spherical bodies. They increase rapidly and their ivdtsto products, or ferments, create uidc-e sirtable taints, flavours, and decdnm positig coniditioni. .Thtse are antag onistic to good keeping, well-flav oured butter and cheese. They are always associated with diit, filth,. 'darkness and bad snells. HOW TO CONTROL TII1R t GROWTH. Pnstetir; by means of an elaburikte series of experimeits, found th?it thi great isaijority of thbie bi"ganlidli, whilst they lived in low elllpera tures, and even in ice, did not coni znenco to increase uinil they reached a temperature of about 50 de'g. I'. Froni this onward the rati of propa gation steadily increased until body heat is reached, or about 98 deg. F. and at this temperature they drrived at their maximuni rate of incrdas. Beyond this taigd a ?.teady decliiz'3 (aker place, and ,when the ictpeldia ture 'oftl17.deg. F. is arrived at the ma...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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DAIRY BACTERIOLOGY; OR GERM LIFE IN RELATION TO OUR DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

DAIRY BACTERIOLOCY; -OR CERM LIFE IN RELATION TO OUR DAIRYINC INDUSTRY. JMy H. W. Potts.-In the Agricult uira Journal of Victoria. ;-- - ,'iiact?riology is one of the youngest sclen'ce. and although history dates tbiick 'toi th researches of that emin ent 'Dutch philosophei, Anton Leeu-' wenhoek, ill the latter part of the seventeenth century, yet its real sig nilicanco is a matter' df modern dis covery. . It now occupies a promin iut plalce in the laboratories of path ologists, chemists, brewers, agricul turists, dairymen, tobacco manufact urers, tanners, and others. It was not untiLl the middle of the nitneteenth centilry, that it was thought that; "these lowir forms of plant-life had iany. relationship to decomposition or.clhtnges in.organic . ?,nrocts icls termied rt i.iinttions, or that 'bacteria possessed any inflti oenceo.'lihe' cause or pidogress of dis case It sias L,startling awakening to oitoderh scientists when the emln elit chelmist, Louis Pasteur, as a re suit of his c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

Bent Like a Cripple. NO COMFORT. NO RELIEF. NO REST. A Friend's Obstinate Persistence. The Case of Mr. G. EDMONDS. (By our Reporter.) Telegrams indicating the duration and extent of the falls of rain which pnex pectodly oome to the relief of the patient agrioulturist just as ho is resigning him self to the disastrous resulte of another drought are read with much eagerness by the townsman whose supply of water bas been nearly exhausted, because he will also gain. It is unusual for men to trouble about the welfare of their neoigh bours unless a personal interest is nm olvoed, but our reporter found an cx ception to the rule in the person of Mr. George Edmonds, of No. l0 (apel street, West Melbourne. '"Three'yoans of inenuseo suffering near ly killed pre," said Mr. Edmund." could nob make out what on earth was the matter, as all that time I had dull pains in the ohest as if it had booeen crushed wit, h . The distress w could not get my reath properly, for there seemed to be an obstruct...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED) LATE IN COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

(Aai Riaorts rteBgs ' LATE IN COMII . It was a wild, stormy night. Fierce gusts of wind came swirling down the narrow mountain gurge. driving the, rain and sleet with faull force against tilhe windows of a lonely itin perched amoung the rugged hills of Northern Italy. le ing far out of the ordinary tourist track, its worthy landlord had been consider ably taken aback when the previous day he had been suddenly called upon to provide aeconnmodation for a party of seven, three of tile number ladies. They had inltendel d pushing on the next morn iug but the steady downpour proved too much even for the enterprising spirit of of the leader of the party--Mr. Sefteon; and he had been forced to confess that a "halt would be desirable until the elements should prove more propitious. The party consisted of Mr, and Mrs. laumsay-a shrewd old Scotchman lately married to an adoring little wife, young enough to be his daughter; Mr. and Mrs, Sefton, under whose chapleronage travelled a pretty Americ...

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DEAD AT THE LOOM; OR. THE TRAGEDY AT MILLSOM'S MILL A YORKSHIRE STORY OF 1830. CHAPTER XXII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

D'';EAD AT THE LOOM ! OR. THE TRAGEDY AT MILLSOM'S MILL A YORKSHIIRE STORY OF 1830. CHAPTER XXII.-(CONTINUED.) It was a new idea, under tie inlluence of which Tom strode towards Mrs.. Fernie's cottage to learn if indeed Liz had made any comnmunication to Mr. Millsom. But ere reaching the door he paused and hesitated and resolved to go to Millsom's Mill before calling at Mrs. Fernie's. It was quite possible that Mr. Millsomn had come home ; in any case. .Hargreaves might know something about hin. SoTom went forward. Under uie trees it was very wet, and ýthe road was much softer than the high way had been. licund about Mr. Mill .som's donmin the trees were ill full foli age, and had the (lay been 'line the place would have appeared full of beauty. Mr. M3illsom's garden was gay with roses, sweet williams, and other flowers. In one corner Tom noticed that some dig ging had beeii done lately. Had Mr. Millconl come home, then P " What were those sounds P Loud talk inga nd laughing-several...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

LAMP RELATING TO NEWS. PAPJ RS. I. Snehcrlhera who: dotnot give express notice to . contrary, are cotntidered an -?;. t.n-uo-htillur their achtcription._ 2. If enhtjerihers order the ,lioontinu ane of theil perlodeleale, the pnhlisher may continuell to send them until arrears are S. It subaeriber, refuse or neglect to take periodlinolo fron the oiflie to which they aro directed, they are hell reopooiible utnlil they Iharve ettled their bill., and ordered tihe perioditiD to he tdiceonltiuIUed. 4. If nitheeriberv more to other places without luiforming pihliohere, atod tithe paper, are aeltt t ttheir former direction, Ilta siiherthers na responliotile. 5. 'the court' s bihe dli ied h that i refis lIo to take perlodletal froml the ofll'e or rellmtolitit or leavintli theIm uncalled for ( I |I. If enhItIincilierl pe in advaneioLnti for perillicale, they ore hotnl to gRive notice to thie puhilletr, it the eind of the time, that thepy do not wieh to continue l akin( it, otherwioe the publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

slt i/s It,, sit//s stirs-, fist' lust list's Inntlon, hWn., En in hlh l,Iont n ts hd , criphIro tiltlistlls in s Mi?n, T hh, Intiltt i c i ns/i/sil' s?1 tl si/lt 1l 11 \l' 1 l'llf 11, , III thlon tr o i t II'isl IIlotl:d h it elith i /ue, stui r till be /ls i 1dellur. thin Lehnetr, Te. AY YRAK E ToHay Rakes. T Is the only Rake in the world equipped with . a s ROLLER BEARINGS and the only Rake on which the principal wearing parts are reversible, giving DOUBLE WEAR. This statement applies to the pawls and pawl plates. THE OSBORNE , ,s RAKE WHEEL contains 20 i steel spokes, set In a double hub, 10 spokes .bracing 1 \ against the other 10. Most other rake wheels contain 12 or 14 spokes, set in a single hub. There's. NO COMPARISON as to strength. TrE Os5O3n0. NOT THE0 osso... The Osborne Wheel Is PARTICULARLY ADAPTED TO SIDE HILLS. THE TEETH . o FURNISHED on the Osborne Rakes have it flattened points, and their points are set farther forward than other rake teeth. They GLIDE along the t...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

::.GENERAL INUFORMATION. Of. German toys £20,000,000 worth tare made in England. --+- On an average each penny in :ir. cutation changes hands eleven times a- week. Dainish lighthouses are supplil e 'with oil to' pump on the waves durt leg a stormt -4---+ - shantee Is one continuous faorIst with nsmall clearings,. wheei'':natl? i'lllnges have bednn builtf.: .' :. "It is a curious, fact' th at nearly all the weorld's gold and sllver itines are operated ..by -Anglo-Saxoni cap".. ital. :The United States import very-lit tie. salt;- nearly all consumed;,' or about'; 17,526,201 'bairrels, beibig produced at home. . ' "-4-- Tho shepherds of' Germany predict. the woathet b3 olisering , Lte wool on the hliacks of their sheep, Wheoiln it is very 'curly floe ia tlerwtlll . i .. . prevail i The Chinese 'never wear wool' not even in the depth of winter and generally speaking the entire popu lation clothoe themselves' in cotton alt the ~ekr'rounid. Exanlination of the hearts of the' vegetarian an...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

W tITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. In addition to that previously published the following business was transaected at the ordinary monthly meeting of the above Council held on the 13th inst.: DPU TATION. Cr Lawrey (President of the Elthsm Council) and Mr Rawstherne, attenldd the Council as a deputation from Kioglake re the 1Whittleses to Kinglake.TYe road. Cr Lawrey said he understood there was a report on the road, and h" woul I like to bear it first before giving his views. The President (Cr Draper) said he had interviewed Mr Dowden, Engineer to the Metropolitan Board of Works, who acknow. ledged that the Council ought to have asked for assistance in making the road in question ten years ago. There was some objection, however, as the Council had deviated from the old track, and the act specified only the old roads. Mr Dowden thought they were liable for 2 miles of the road, and said he would submit the matter to the Board. He (the President) would move that the matter stand over till next...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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TOO MANY LAWYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

TO : O. MANY LAWYERS. ".Te first, thing wo'll do," cried Jack Codeo, in Shakspearo's play, " is to hii~g all ith ltiwy.rs." A. i a iieiothod "of purification, tills policy iuay' be 'cbisidbired. drastic. Novebrthlblds, tHero viis somine reason in .tihe idea o; lit I? certain, that fronl the :daitn of civilization to the presenilt tilie, the la?dWrs lihavo bred mulch trouble anil' mischief, How ever, as niatters are we -cannot follow 'Jack Cado's ..iadvice. , lut thlere shotild h sonme .limitation put. uIpon . the power of the lawyers, to keep society in a conditioil of nit re.st tlnd turimoil. ir. Playfolrdi. ithe othler dy., in the Aitstralian Senate,; told his fellow legislators that theri i?ere too nmany litw?Lrsin the' H6use 'The leader of. the;Federal Govern= en,'t. and the leadel of the Opposit Lion,' said the stl&lfdy South Aus tralian. "''are attending to their private. concerns,/ otherwise we ,should . have, heard liothing' about postponi nIent (of the .;Tariff` Bil...

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EXPLOSIVES USED IN BRITISH WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

EXPLOSIVES USED IN BRITISH WARS, Somte eighteen months ago the British Government, appointed av special commnittee to investigate the explosive qualities of cordite for military and naval purposes. Cordite has been the British ser 'ice explosive since 1889. The comn mittee was formied in response to numerous complaints that had been received fr'om South Africa regard ing the extenllsive corrusion of the barrels of the guns, and the uncer tainty of tlhe explosive's detonation. The commlnittee had for its chairman the distinguishied chemist Lord Ray leigh and among its members were Sir Andrew Nobel, of the Arnm strong works; Sir William Crookes, and Sitr Ioberts-Austen, a great authority on steel. The committee made ann exhaustive inquiry as to the co'rosive effect of cordite on guns, the Immense cost entailed Iy repairs, and the difli culty of preserving the explosive in varying clinates. Tthe cordite used in the British army and navy con slats largely of nltro-glycerine, al though ,...

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MOST PROFANE SILENCE HE EVER HEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

MOST PROFANE SILENCE HE EVER HEARD. During a golf match between the liev. I)r. Sterret and Justice Harlan, of the Unit.'d States Supreme Court. at the Chevy Chase Golf Club, near Washing. ton, the doctor discovered his ball teed up in tempting style for a line brassie shot.. With the utmost, deliberation he wentthrough the preliminary "w'igglea." and with a sminemi e elolt-.missed the Ill. For fully a mIinutel he gazed at the tantalising sp-here withouti uILtriing a word. At length Justice Harlan re" Inarked, solemnnly: D)octor, that was the most profane silence 1 ever listened to."

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WHAT HE MEANT TO SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

WHAT HE MEANT TO SAY. An indtitittit Jiiitt'i -ni t sayL I Inl In filt opllatln. fI Ihebe t hllingl tvit' Neill by it t' 111n(I 11 10 it . nnllWhl W1.14 illniply inIn vIii I v.ti iig tii bar urhiiinl h li" 1t iil.iliig a If(! tutu deI()lI)Lr.V H It pt'C)I110) r I r iii i 1 It t tt l iii lit ioniey. p I lilllol ind left. flit- ttU(n JIII led IL w~lt Mont-. tlit thiilniik'an y nat.r iii fi lm fro IltitI tlt huh flt 1 lnr I tilu-nil ti tinly, air." iiving Lthu Jillgi ulil July it miy Inok, at. iteu t1uiuiiui lint' 1laluill ilt lio Ihtill tuiliuu l, ' Lit w ith YMhulruu II W) M,

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WHY FISH FOLLOW SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

WHY FISH FOLLOW SHIPS. --+- There are mlany fish that have a curious propensity. one that obser vers have endeavoured to explain on a variety of hypotheses, and that is following ships at sea. I have at different times seen hammerhead sharks, bonito, albacore, and barra couta swiriming in the wake of a ship for hours together. Their case is different fromt that of the flying fish, which are to be found along with dolphins and porpoises, ahead of the boat, and which, so far as I have been able to observe, are dis turbed by the advancing bow, and do not attempt to keep up with the ship unless chased by larger fish a longside. There is something singular in this preference for so noisy a com pianion as a modern steamer, which unlike the more peaceful sailing ship of old. mnight have heenl expected to scare away such timorous creatures. Three theories have been put forward as explanatory of tshe habit. Some regard it as mere phlyfulness, the fishes finding their pleasure in gam bolling ...

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