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THE LIME KILN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
T'lE LIME KILN L LF l. the( ant "Dar In seartin' linge I should like you cot to rememtber," seail Brother Gardner. as 1 State Rights Sdith l inally get over his fit me of coughing and the hall becaume quiet. slit " In do fust place doa-ian who lies will a knock a iman down forcallin' him a.liar Fe jist as soon as a man who tells the troof. In do oex' place, if a Ia11 says you lie, ant ,'r you doean' lie, how do you prove you dean' by hittin' him ? What men lack in argy mont tloy will try to make up either iu B, ridicule or bullldozin'. Wlhen you liar of a lpusson wid a conlidenshul friend you CO heyv found somebody to be sorry fur. A loan may Iov your respect an' tadmiration fur half u century on general principles, an' yet lose all in half a day by rofusin' to T indorse your bank note. Mioas' eleryt man has his rweak side, no' etoas' of its, except D de drunkard, ar' hypocrites We hide our w- akness, while we exhibit his. A roligun I which can't slhot up a church for six Sun- T, da...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
SIHotel Notices. MonW LL FA?InLY HOTEL. W.. Muirdoch, '(LATE )F 'THE CRICKETERS' :IIOTEL:) -BEGS' tuo iform his nu, roi Friedsndand the Putlic GeneraUly;that he I?e Purel;ced J . the abovenwell-know Hostelry, and Ihts tihoroughly lIReovated nd nd newly Fur inished it'lhroughout. HLn v otTer IhlIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for T.raellers, V'.isitors, and Others. "i-1*FRST- ,,ASs. ALCOCKSC BI LLTARDi TABlLE _.VWINES .AND SPI TS OF TUE IEST PROCURABLE :BRADS. C HOISES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. " G (GRASS PA 30CIS FOR CUSTOIMEI:S' HIOSES ONLY. ST- I:LING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. 'Ta.ns 'SP. c NOT P oD FoR. ! -o- •AN NE MAn HIAVE IT -AT -A PICE. MAY-- 1. . -CRICCKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, .MORWELL Mifenry Breed, Proprietor, IIA INl justi purchased this fameos litel. Ii hich fur comfort andl order aill ,.ther excel.; Mly li'a ns will'lil I amn willing and absl, To keel the est Drinks and the vcry bust. Tlable. '1y c i ants nrc civil, attcnti'e. And" 'iild- -A qiisl ty snhliiie in s?e anml' co ; tile: 'lut wv...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
'TO-01,ROWV'S SERVICES. WESIt.reA CIIUURCI.-Divino service will be held in the abiove church on Sunday next as follows:- Norwell, 11 a.m.; Driflield, 3 p.m. ; Moe, 7 p.m. llec. Mr. Williams. Latrobe, 3 p.n. Supily. .PItEStvrEtltAN Clllcn.-Divine service will Ie? he'd in the above chulrch on Sulnday next as follows: Yinnar, 11 a.rtn ; llazelwood North, 3 p.ut. ; Morwell, 7 p.t. Mr. Eldridge. Counrit or (IF tl.xsn.-Divine service will be hell in the above church on Sunday ne.st as follows : Morwell, 11 .trm. and 7 p.m. ; Morwell Bridge, 3 p.r. Mr. lEd lwards.
MORWELL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
MIOILWELL CIIICKET CLUB. ----+-- The annual mieeting of the 3[orwell 'Cricket Club was held on Teslday evenillng nlst at the lhon. secretaroy' Ilace of Ibuhi :essa. '"'here was a.fair attendalnce present, ;and Mr. Pnoko was voted 'to the chair. 'The minrtes of the prolitfinary anneual imeeting were read and confirme'l. The dlain. \W. Parson, M.,.C., A. U. Groom, .L. L..A., anil F. C. M31ason, l:s., were ap -pointed honnorable gpatrons of the club. iMr -J. English was ppinled to the ofllfice of !president, and \1'. Mtlrdoch anod 'T. Theon ?iald, vice-presidents. Execultive comI - tnittteo:: Messrs. BIake, ltuidlaw, rlarris, 1'Turnllev, tand O'Connor. Ilon. Secretary ;and Treasurer, My. F. L. Davidson. Delegates were appoinllted to attend the comnmittee meeting of thl Morwell Agri -celtural Show on 'luesday Inext, to confer "' re' tile ue of the Show-ground for pra ctice. The future meoeings of the olib were iarranged to take place in Mears. Marriage, Lawrenson, and Laidlaw's office, ...
WRECK OFF POINT NEPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
WRECK OFF POINT fNEPEIN, -4--t News was received from Queenscliff at :9 o'clock on Wednesday night thatcanother shipping disaster had occurred near the iHeads. On the alarm being given that a 'essdl w-.; ashore on the Back Beach, the Qouencli lifi-boat crew quickly-mannod :their boat and starledlfor Sorronto. It was impossiblo to reach the wreck by the Itip, as the sea was ranning so high. A sea man nameo Calcraft was successful in reaching the shore after the vessel struck mabout 9 o'clock on Wednesday night, and lhe followed the tolograph line to Point Nepeaon. Out of i pemrsoans on I board i35 waore saved owing to the promlpt assistanco of the lifeboat ro?nw. Thel crow wa;s suc ceossrful in firing ai rocket witll attached line over the vessel, which had parted amnird 'hips leaving only the stern above water. "''lhr captain of the lost steamer ably airded d1h elotrtr.s roe the lifer-lot crow, and all 'wol, rrorairled writih the vesnel were get off ,?tttaylGoht.
ON THE PLATFORM. "Coming Events Cast their Shadows Before." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
O% TIlE I'PLA'I'FmI.1. (sY ctin?meus.) S'Coming Events Cast their Shadovws Buforeu." Tife scent is in the air. Stonewv'alliing tactics, and . tienty-two hlour sitting surely give sitts' of increasing tldisc'intcn, and probablu sarly dissohlition. The signrs of the tilnu areu inal sufliciently clear, when Cr. PIterkin coine:s prolineculy fortlh witl his lpatriotic ,mtlrat, Indl F. C.-umbrcella in hanid-us of yore, invites all and sundr' to general irrigation. 'l'hwru are signs fron othelrr utarters that drenite prleparations iv (at lreenut narleliss us pirants) detrllrincd to Ie tih bor a chantieleer or Ihu )ccrsion., On whilhni acqrtiilliiiice, hle of the red coat ani ban rmadie his hurw before jludge andi jury ait late otn 'thursda la.t, in the capacit oif(I efender of his oweni liberty. In this instarce lie proved that the adhge --" Ieo that sr his own tlawyeIr, hia a fool for a olilent. d i t rnot in hli cse Ippl. His prees?hsire eliqluence an un it lshiug ilmpcudence latd its el...
[?] COURT. [?] 19TH., 1887. [?] Howitt, P.M., and [?] J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
..CE COUilT. _19ri., 1SS7. owCiritt, P.3., and Circulatile . IFraser for the sum dl and delivered, &c N O . 4.b /d: nda,,. Odder r ". " d costs. Mr. Serjuant /aser. To recover cost of a .. ."'. The summons did not dis. ntity of the defendant, and it ,ed for amendment. This case, on .,lication of pIlaintifl, was held over ext court. 7 A. Donaldson v W. aout. Mr. Secjeant "on behalf -of plaintiff applied for an ad. Jaournment 'till next court. The summons not being served, the extension was granted. r'ilVEQAL SALE or DRUGOS. H. J. Shillinglaw v Annie Donaldson. This was a prosecution, for the illegal sale of drugs containing morphia, which were poison,not being a legally qualified practi tioner or pharmaceutical chemist. On the application of Mr. Shillinglaw the case was held over till next court, as the government analyst was not able to attend. This was granted. Same v Cavanagh and Iarris. This was :a similar charge. There was an irregularity 'disclosed in this summoons, as ...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. THE RACING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
'ONI I1'OPUI LI. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. TIHE RIACINGI CARNIVAL. Toe great racing carnival, in its anunal repetition, is again drawing nigh. At this season the feverish, restless anxiety of youth, seizes upon them to make an investment--to place all the money they can obtain on the favorite or their fancy. Knowing talk is indulged in by racy men. Expressions of confidence are excllatnged on the performances If various horses, and one would think their knowledge was infallible, were it not for the diverse views expressed on all sides. Of course, tihe greatest amlloulnt of knowledge can be brought to bear to establish the favorites of a race, but the race, until it has been run, is full of un certainties. HIorses that are confidently looked- to, perhaps, Are scratched, or come unfit to the post', ind backers have. not only to guagu the.merits of a horse's performancie, but tile reasons which actuate owners and trainers.. We .-do not wish to insinuate, that all owners and trainers ...
(TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
StI?.-Altlhuglh the 'TISEIt alwys enjoys a front scat in,, an hut. :lanla warm wclcomu frnm all the fartly. I mlrst admit that vur last issue w'a thl grandnst yet. lt twe?c. the Lime Kiln Club, On thI L'llrtfnrmu, and :lst. but no.,t Icst, what coucertts us all Your notes from tthe. TSar:,rt War ' Urrec. po1ndllt. As for, "" Tranr.:.n Souud tIhe War Note." All the vurig uncis had it off by heart hfIre g.ie to bi.d on :satu-a. i: . ht. .1ll the childreni in thc ni hll.urhuc l l ,. It now. Ideced. IPeterkul iis evercthing lre. Our pslly cot the.ather night icst us with a bhll calf, which i. alrealy thratene:,l l'eterkin, in honor f thei 'Ir.I gull Cthief (by the .yo'ng ra":als.) y thils wee',; [able news. I sce that the , lfair. of t?e New Ilubrides is likely to be anmicably' .t tled ; thanks to the Traralrn ?u ouncil. But. sir, inll nl. pillioll we have the F?rece nearer our IIIIIles than those lkinds. What do, . 1Mr. P'ctterki think of the "f Free l'asces," after 7 years service for...
TRICICLING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
TIoletctC.N.-Two gOIntlIetUon-sfty the Corier--cane to grief on S.Ltitr,~l lont in Lydiard t reeut through the machine swerving into thO strOet cihannel. l?th the riders lalnded on the fot-path ini rather undignitli?l atthtude. 'The eolderly gentln lian sulfu red nothing worse than ia t(i por"ry parting htw?eon him anl his favor ite beaver hat. The other party, however, found it nerucsart" to adjourn hurer lly to a tailor's for repairs to hir 4nthler regions.
ON THE PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
ON T'IIlE PLA.TFtOIM I. ----4-- - (Ior CurKtUS.) SSartts finds some mischief still for the idle lhanls to do," is daily exemplified in the conduct of soime of our rising genera tion. Their rude and often indecent remarks on passing adults certainly should cause the perso!s so anro.y?edl to take thelaw into their own hands. 'l'hair victims, however, are generally chosen, arid the anhoyannce has therefore to be put up with in silence. Poerhaps the pa rental relatives will take nlot of this, andtt when their powers of observation lead them to a knowledge of this tendency to larrikinism, they may be treated to ' home lessons ' with practical illustrations. If a straw: shows which war the wind blows, the objection of the cricket club to use the society's ground under the ilt posed conditions may not be without its effe t. The giddy excitement of Cup week e has produced its usual influence, and the t "hope that springs eternal in the human .I breast " built up in eager anticipatioti of th...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
TO-MORIRIOW'S SERlVICES. \est.VlE A CIRncul.-Divinet service vill be chll in the aboove church on Sunday next as follows : Hazelwood. 11 a.m.; Hazelwood North, 3 p.m.. Norwell, 7 p.m. Mr Algie, Pitseo?Itt:tAN UAO ltltrt.-Divine nervi'e will I? held in the above church on Sunday next as follows : 3lorwell, II a.m.; Boolara, 3 p.m.; Yinnar, 7 p.m. Ir E. Eldridge. C1nURCHl or ENGIA,.n.-Divino service will be held in the above church on Sumday next nas follows: Yinnar, 11 a.m.; Driflleld, 3 p.m.; Morwell 11 n.m.; Er Edwartds. Mass will be celebrated as follows :--lo tara. Saturday, 29th inst.; MIirbo. Sudany. 30th ; "rnrarlgon, Ist Nor.. at 9 a.m. ; M1r well. Ist November. at L1 a.m.
UNDER THE PALMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
'UsnFeR Tin: PALS.-This cantata, which is so be rendered by the Weslfeyan Choir, on the Ilth prox., is. we understand, a beau tiful composition, consisting of musical ren derings. The solos will be sung by several well-known ladies a:nd gentlemen of first danss ability. The advertisement appears in another cdilemn. LTCTItRE.- Mr. Algie's lecture on "John II. Gough," which was postloned last month. owing to the wet weather. will he delivered in the State School, IIazelwood, on Thurs tIoy evening next. Tt[Azet.woon NoT CO.II.A.-The first social gathering in eonnection with the above was held on Thursday last in the Presltyterian Church. The building was nearly filledl with members and friends. The President (Mr. Eldridge), occupied the chair, and in his opening address showed the advancement the Society had made. The fol lowing ladies look part in the entertainment -vie: Muisss Micinnes (2). Iliss Thomlpson, and Messrs. II. ThompsonN.N. McDonald, M1. M'Donald, J. Cranwell, J. T. S. Al...
PETTY SESSIONS. NOVEMBER 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
PETTY'r SE';SIu'XS. s\flitMtuiI 1W87. maIrnIjuiiiais ll i.\1u iy Hat i~ ouIr 10 'iii. SII)IIIIIIIie iaInII precedinig Mimwellmiien i ir'InI I 1r6i h.i 3 I . 11. VIIttN i i 11111iiiii I' iri i - 11ithiii g IJnn 'in ,tiirday :in HiiIh,1. Whiit.intivn rnleennir nn~ in 3\IlIIIiil;r Iiiiirii ing ( Inni i iin 1-iiiiur o1 th. rigt Soillii In11 ilieu pirile eIiil n III IIIIaiy ihin uii miimniiig iitugi naeilHigi iIn lion wias woriiivn iniiii tvh o Inimi iiimsi Iii~ Iri iiii 1 urs iiiui dtiu niiil .i rii ngy a l it, i I minil iv iii uuiIu tmuigertsnanel liimiiiiiilyi drewhiii a d gIIII limii in Iim fii ig er the hiur cajiug ulia lingal tivii leuin livly. Itw ilis ainvuuiiiatleUiu n lorg Innhen, 0 lai-t medical mai ll Il il gi..s nriauiiun. nina not i liaiing h inhu - lavin Ois ifeu
Morwell Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
Morwell Race Club. A ticoting of the aolve elub wau hold .at the MUclmnics' lustitutI last night. There were present about 30 geutlemuu. Mr. Murdlochl in the chair. After the clhirman exlaiuned tLe object ,of the meeting, he said he could not Oct as .secretary this your. Mr. ltintudl Imved, "That the races bo .huld on Boxing Day 0as astal4 seconded .by Mr. Breed sand currield. Mr. Itintoil moved, Mr. Turulov second led,"That the races be lehl under the V.R.C rules." This created.condlerable, discussion and * on uInllllUlent was mloved by Mr. Euglislh .Seconded by Mr. Stephenson," That the .races be held as last your, not under V..R.C .rules " The amendment was dust, and the anloion curried. Mr. Stephlensou moved, dMr. O'Connor .recoded, "'Tht Mr. liar is be ap,'ointed .llnl. see.; carried unanIlluolllUsly. The teueting then djuourned till Nov. 3, .nat 8 p.m., at Breed's itelc The u isil vote of thanks to the chairman ,terminated the proceedings.
Mirboo North. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
Mirboo North. From our o(rI Corresponde!nt. A maitgisterial inquiry wao h'hld hmrn ti la?, 26thl October, r:especting the d:.t'h of ImliI b iith. The inquiry wav s Iproillod over hr \V. S`earcett J. P. The ervhhmidenc? of Mrs .Tinkeso wan to the lfolet, that tihe deceased,I who worked for her ho?oand, cumpllainml of being ill frmn et)tonituopti)n. le was 37 ye si an. nnt native of l)nllon, lancashire, EnI'llamd. I lela Iahe had come out front Engl' ttnl r for thei hen fi.t 'of hisheaolth. l)oceamedl had gone to brinw inn a call thn Ite Iprvilou mIrning. nhor ly after, the witness hiu.ard nllomtting. anld o ilnolediately goint toasecrtain tne calsne. oIt1 saiw Ihi imo his IhnIl,4 a nli ktnees, andl tuecalf heofore Ihlt, ais if iti the act of carrying it, and dlath immediiately enooed. 'The hun+band of the last \ritnsJa g've cllolrotira;tive eoriltence: The o)nly otiher evridence a.ihleod wAso that of \Witllniil.itim.rl.ai, whoi sa i, toi deceased iwas a cirsin of his, That +ha was 3 ...
CRICKET CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
CIIClKET CLUB MEE'IN G. A nmeeting, called by adovertisement wan held at Murdoch'is Ioitel on Vuedneseday evening. The objcct was the consider ation of establishing anather cricket club in Morwell. There was a good attendance I present, and 3Mr W. VWallon was voted to L the chair. 'le ch. o ciairmian briefly stated the object of the meeting, when t Mr. W. McCrory moveed "That a cricket clhub under the n10ne of the M3orwell Iln perial Cricket Club .0 eotablisohd" This wal seconded by Mr D. Dotnldson and carried unanimously. The annual subscription was tixed at 5s. I and the followinlg members were enrolled: -Messrs Crimins,. IIonry. M31'innon, Donaldson (2). Hough on., O'Connor, Keegan, \Waldon, .M'Crory Porter, I BIurcholtz, and Powell. Before the transaction of further business tihe whole were resolved inlo a CO)))littelt to discuss the qlestion how the chances of lMorwell might he affected in respect to the chance of obtaiing the premiorshipl in the cricket f11el for the season. T...
WRECK OF THE GLASLYN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 29 October 1887
WRECIL OF TiE GL.SSlYT . The steIam Navigation uhoard OI Monday 'at (states tit Age) delivere, thet foillwing itding in connection with the wreck of the artlue Gli tlyn: The Victoria Stream t Navigation IBoard acing carefully considored the evidence iven before it inconntectiuo with the strand. ig and subseqluent ialn iitanment of the harqte Glaslynt on the Ieela lReef, ill the Ilorres Sca. ont the 24th clay'of Februrary, 1887, finds:- 4- ' - i. That the hiarque Glaslynt, of. 372 tolts register, belonging to the port if ,Melbourne, fficial number 6(3,61l, and owned by BoMesses S. do Bleer and Co, also of Melbourne, left the port of FreICmantle. ill Western Aun tralia, on or about: the. 2:ld Janouary, with a eargo of sadndlwood 'and drawing about I feet of water, undIr the eonImatdl of Alfred L.uaay Rivo, and a crew if otflcers and sna menl, numbering 12 all told; f.lrther that theo easel vavd stanuuch, strtoig and il every re spect sea worthy. 2. That the Glaslyn proceeded on her ro...