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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
SIn,--flesire to bring before the atten tion of the tpublic a most barefaced swindle perlpetraled on the collrse, on the occasion of the Morwell races, on Boxing Day. I am well aware that the Club are not re sponsible in the first degree, hibt s tihe oeloting wtas coniled Iltndl ttIer r heir auspices it is a part of their dutyt" to see that no in diridttal perpetrate so nidaeinlus a swinlle, withoutl taking sftep to preserve tlhe Ipurity of their meeting. Tih facts are as follow : -At tihe conclsionet of the lday's racing, na swo?rpstakb nof £2 was gort tlp, antd tihe starter, Mir Walsh, officiated i t.hat capa city. One of the Imembters in thle swteep Mr. Thos. Carrigg, started only as the hnorses entered the etraight, and gallnped in post thie post ahead. 10e claini,,d the stakes from thIe holder and obtainer tIhetl, and hei refulrs to refund theon, athblugh the IJudfige awnarder tIhe stakes to the real winner. I amn perfectly\ aware thlat Mr. Carrigg can he proceederldl ainst for...
Sleeping with the Head North. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
Sleeping with the Head 1orth. Thonperstition thathnunan beinges hould sleep with their heads to the north is he lioevd by the French to havo for its fomtda tiot a sciontifiefact. Theoyaflirm thateach hitln s ?vteom is in itself an electric hat t,'y, the head being one of the electrodes, the feet the other. Their proof was discovered fro'm experiments which the Academy of Sioence was allowed tomako on the bodrl of a mant whowasgttillltined. This wattstaken the instant it fell and placed upon a pivot, free to ntove its it mighlt. The head part, after IL little vacillation, turned to the north, and the body then remained stationary. It was turned half way around by one of the professors, and again the head end of the trunl: moved slowly to the cardinal point, due north,the salne result being repeated un til the filcal cesartion of organic movement.
Proposed New Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
Proposed New Railways. -:o: Thle following is a mat of now raihvnyn it is the intention of the novernment to introduce in tile railway hill of next session, to provide for 800 miles of railway: lilus. Sale to Part Albert .................. f5 ionsudale to Yarranl ................ 48 Beeconsfield to (;enbronk............ 19 o to o \Valhalla........................ 25 Extention to Nenrin .................. 13 Lilydale to Wandin Yalloak and Warburton ...................... 21 Bonalla to King River ............... 30 Bnmuxhtohne to \Wonlsthorli or Twkesdale ........................ 11 Nmr;llhn to Conronearse............ 1 t Staarll. l to St. Arni nul ................. .5 Briegolong to C(bhunnalh jlivemr ... "'
The Holiday Railway Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
The Holiday Railway Traffi. On Saturday the trallic, especially on thie country lines (says the ago), was the heaviest yet exlperienced by the lhailwayvde partiinent. This, ino doubt was tdle to the fact that the department decided not to run trains on Sundav, rendering it necessary for people to proceed to their destinations oni Saturday and avoid losing Christmas day with their friendl. The Spencer-street station presented an exceedingly busy ap pearance on Saturday morning owing to the large number of passengers desirotus of booking for stations along the Sandhurst. Geelong, Hallarat. Serviceton, Queeuseliff and Northl-eastern lines. The crush was so great that it was found necessary to des patch extra special trains to Ballarat, Sand hurst and Wodonga. The various country trains for Melblourne, in like mlanner, were crowded to their fullest - capacity. The total numbllter of arrivals and de'partures amounting to 25,024, as against 20,360 for tle corresponding period of last year...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
Hotel Notices. MOiRWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LTE OlF THE CRICKETIIl S' IOTEL.) E tS }o hinfa?ihii ieurnero ii?'ri p;ilr npl the PIllic ( nerally, tlhat, Ie lIt Isl',,,rclasd . ni bed it Throngl.nut. Hli now oflersFIRST-CLASS ACCOM1MODATION or ''ntrvellers, Visitors; and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S IILLIARlD TABIE WINES AND SIillI'TS OF TrIlE BEST PRIOCUIIABLE BRIIANDS. IlOlERSE AND UIlUGGIES ON "IlIRE. GClASS PADDOCKS FORI CUSTOMEIRS' IIOIISES ONLY. S'I'AIIING AND CIVILITY GPATIS. Tis SL ACE NOT PxAD FOl! --o----,. ANYONE MAY hAVE IT AT A P'RICE. CRICKETERS' ARMIfS HOTEL, M O W E L L Henry Breed, Proprietor, -AVING just 1Ptrchnsud this umenis Ihotel, Which fol r ctlfirlifr. n:tld order all llet r excel My Patrons will lilnd I ant willing tad able 'To keep tle bcstL lIrilnks nna tihe ery h?st 'l'lblc. lMy servants are civil. attentive. anti kind A A qiaidity sielioii inl se 'iiti t V ioll t ; ,lilt mmii nce onitinnid will int add to the charmins. TI'lat':ttilrat all nmy fricnt...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
.0 CHnICtI oF ENiI.ANI.-Divine service will be held in the albo ve church on Sunday next as follows : Mrwecll Bridge, 11 0a.m.; HIazelwood 3 p.mn Molrwell, 7 p.m. Mr A. Edwanrds. ProeS..rre:hiIA CtrrItcIe.--Divine service wil he hell in the above chullrcl on Sulellla rnexst as follows : HIlazelwood North, 3 p.m.; 3orwell, 7 p.m Mr J. F. Kinder. \\?V:sr,:YAs COtitU lc.-Divine service will be held in the above church on Sunday next as follows: .Morwell. 11 a.mn.. IMr. Rogers; Yinnar. 11 a.m.. lotrohe. 3 p.m., Moe, 7 p.m., Ir. I.I'. S. Algie.
Petty Sessions. JANUARY. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
Petty Sessions. -o J.A.atntt. 1888. Rolsedale, V'Wedllnesdaly 4th, 11 a.m. Tosngahbie, Thursday 5th, 11 a.im. Summonses issued Friday, 30th )eceut bher. IIeyfield, Saturday 7th, 11 tan. Sumt?onses issued preceding Fridays. Morwell, Wednesday lith. 9.30 a.m. Sutmnonses issued Friday 13th. ? .oe, Saturday 21st, 8.30 a.m. Sumtnonses issued Msonday 16th. 31irboo North. tVedntesday 18th, 2 pm. Sultiulonses issuted Fridtlay 13th. Electoral lRevision Courts will be holdeni at Rosedtlo and Traralgon onl the alppointed dates. Warden's Court, .Moe Saturday 21st at 9 t.m.t.
NEW MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
NEW MOON. MaoMn. DAY oF MoTh. TnME. JaUARY .. Friday ... 13 6 19 P.m. FEBRUARY .. Sunday ... 1 9 32 A.M. MAc .. Tuesday... 13 2 1 A.r. APRIL... . Wednesday 11 6 48 P.M. MAY ..... Friday ... II 11 3 A.M. JUNE ... Sunday ... 10 2 14 A.3. JULY .. . Monday ... 9 27 Pr... AUGUST ... Wednesday 8 4 21 A.M. SEPTEM?IER Thursday 6 2 36 P.M. OcronER ... Saturday 6 12 14 A.. NOVEMUBER... Sunday ... 4 942 A.Mr. DEcesiER ... Monday... 3 i7 46 I'..
THE LIME-KILN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
THE LIMEOKIL V CLUB. --4--- When the meeting opened Brother Garl ner nnorunced that the regular programillte waotld be duliarted front,; antl the evening given iup to special iihjeetc. At this Imeet ing the prize for the best fall peiiins wueill le anlllotunced, aitl several inventors with tire-extinguishers would colme before the Inueting. TIE I'oEiS. Brother \Wavdo awu ebee, cllhairman of the culo'nittee'on Poetry, announcedl tlhat he aild received 162 entriesc for the prize. Somei were couplets, some stanzasu aind sonlle idyls, but for convenience cake all would bhi called poelnts. Of the unulnecr sliecilicd, seventy-ciglit were written by wolneli. Fourteen ditferenlt states con tributed, but Kentucky sent in the largest numbllter. The cmrmittee hall given the first prize to the following: DE DY'IN' YEAI. By IROF. IIOWtARD GIrAY. Upon her beir De dyin' year Ate Ivin' ; TI' Imiake a break, somlle cash to rake. Dis clile ar' tryin'. Each fallin' leaf Addis to iy grief And sorrow ; ...
SETTLING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
SF.TTLI~O UP.-A meeting of the Race Club was held at Breed's Hotel last night, for the durpose of settling up foe the dif forent events. This bnsinerss ws dlsposed of in the usual oatisfactorv and festive manner. A balance will remain in hand to carry to next year. 'T'aiNniS .-Tetnders are called, in an other coluin, for the erection of at Me chantcs' I ntitutt: and F"iee Library at Hlarelwood orsth.
FULL MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
FULL 1OON. J.sAR ... Sunday ... 2 S 59 AM. Fnunnru.. ,Mnoday .... 27 3S P.M. MARnci ... d'enesday 28 747 A.M. APRIL... ... Thursday 26 4 2 P.M. MAYP ...... Friday ... 25 11 20 P.. UnE ... Sunday ... 24 6 47 ,A.. ULy ...... Monday... 23 325 'P.M. Arrsr "Wednesday 22^ 2 0 A.H. EarTE.BER Thursday 20 3 4 P.M. 3crOBER .. Saturday 20 0 49 AM. OVEMnER... ,Monday ... 19 12 56 A.M. )ECE?MPE... Tuesday... 18 8 21 P.M.
The Tactics of Retreat. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
The Taotics of Retreat. (Fl'Ot TIM. " BAILARAT COU?RER..) Sir lenry Parkes is not nmaking pro gress with his two main schemes. His State ouse se semsdestined to go to the wall ; and he is no better off with his proposal to change the name of New South Wales to Atustralia. Yielding to the inevitable, he has informed Mr Copeland and the Assetnbly that nothing further will be done with regard to the State House until next February; and this atlnouncetmtent is accepted by the SNew South Wales Press, people. and the Assembly that there will be no State IIuse at all. The Premier is a little more fightable on the name busi iness. But this wits to be expected, as it would be hard for Sir Henry Parkes to swallow the two pills without making a wry face at least over one, on the name event, he has grown angry with the Imperial Government; and he Ihas given a hint that if tile Salisbury Cabinet opposes tihe change he will ,"want to know, you kItnow" whether its interference with New SouthllWale...
A Nihilist's Disguise. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
A Nihilist's Disguise. The Odessa correspondent of the " Daily Nws" writes :-" A case transpire.I here the other day which reveals in a ctrionis manner the sucecessful ' rnses' adopted by the Nihilists for the spread of their revoln timnary literatltre. An apparently half domtentel and harmless person. a yolln oman of some twenty-five years of age and very poorly clad, has for some time past picked up a precarious livelihood as a peri paietic vendor of almanacs, caleolars, children's story-books, etc. All these articles were of the cheap popular quality. Ilis basket an I wallet contained also the sit ?ry prints of religio?s subjects mouch affcetedl by the poorer classes.. A few days ,ao he was detented in the sae of Nihilist literalture. He was arrested and his stock c lnitscatel. Ills character of a poor im becile, eupported by the evidence of the polier., and his story of acqrtritng the for hihldon literature at a trifling cost front an unknown stranger, and his general incn htert...
Yinnar Races. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
Yinnar Races. -:o: The following are the weights for the Yinnarraces on New Year's day, which we received just before going to press. YINNAR HANDICAP. St lb Concord .............................. 8 4 A ica ................................. 7 '4 Coralis ................................ 7 4 True Love .............................. 6 12 Ladybird ............................ 6 12 Little Nell ........................... 6 10 Diamond ............................. 6 10 JiURDILES. Concord........................ 11 7 Jim .................................... 10 2 Achilles ................................. 9 12 Little Nell .......................... 9 10 Beeswing ......................... 9 7 Silver Prince ........................ 9 0 Sit up Harry ........................ 9 0 DISTRICT PLATE. Coralic ................................. 8 0 A nicea ................................... 8 0 True Loe.. . . 7 Truc ILq~ c .............................. 7 Little Bird .......................7... 7 Little...
MORWELL ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
M.ORIWELL ANNUAL K.aLS. -------- 0 - The annual races under the V.R.C. rules were held on Boxing day. The weather being delightfully cool, tle day was thoroughly enjoyable. The fields were I fair, andt, though, the finishes were free : from excitement, the interest being well maintained throughout the day. Tlhe pleasure of the spectators was considerably mareed by two infortunate accidente-one to tie rider of Brown liose and tile other I to our well-known townsmanl, Mr. Date. The first, Mr Rice's son, got his collar-bone , broken when his horse fell early in tihe nice, and tile latter got his leg severely injured through being run over by a horse. I Tile number of spectators was nuch larger than on any former occasion. Thle three card and monte Ien turned out in usual i force. Tle crowd was well-cotnducted and i orderly, and beyonit a few slight scrim Ilages, in which discretion was tle better part of valor, there was no incitlent to detract from the day'e pleasure. No pro tests wer...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.—86 Members, 55 Districts. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.-8- 6 Mlmbers, 55 Districts. Period elected for.-Three years, but As. sembly may be dissolved by the Governor when he considers it expedient. Qualification of voters.-Every male per. son 21 years of age (not subject to any legal incapacity), who shall be a naturalised or denizen subject of Her Majesty, and who shall have resided in Victoria for twelve months previous to 1st day of January or July in any year, and shall have been naturalised or male denizen at least three years, is qualified to vote for members of the Legislative Assembly.
Thirteenth Parliament of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
Thirteenth Parliament of Victoria. General Electoral Rolls are made up on ist December in each year, and Supple. mentary Rolls on Ist June. These days (via, Ist December and lst June) are the last days respectively for the issue of elec. tors' rights. LE~-SbLATIVE COUyciL--42 Members, 14 Provinces. Period elected for.-Six years. Qualifica tion.--Property of the annual value of £100. Qualification of voters.-(l) Freeholders of lands situated in any one and the same province, and rated at not less than £10 a-year ; (2) leaseholders rated at not less than £25 ; (3) occupiers similarly rated ; (4) joint owners or occupiers of property sufti. ieunt to give each the foregoing qualification; (5) mortgagors in possession; (6) graduates, legal and medical practitioners, millisters, certified schoolmasters, military and naval officers, and matriculated students. Rolls of ratepaying electors are made out in August of every year. Those who are not on the rolls of ratepaying electors must take o...
An Extract from "Punch." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 31 December 1887
An Extract from "Punch." CERo?cus sends us the following quota. lion from "' Punch."--" Curious illus. trations of tha variety of features that fall to man sometimes occur. We think it was Tlhomas Hood who wrote : " WhaIt different lots our fates accord, This one to be hailed and wooed as a lord, And that to be shunned as a leper. One to the world's wine honey and corn. And one like a Colchester native born To its vinegar only and pepper." " In a solicitor's office in Melbourne some years back there nere three clerks employed in different grades of clerical labour. No, doubt they chatted and hobnobbed fre quently together, as fellow-clerks will do. Each ef them probably had his aspirations and his ambition, but it mny be safely said that not one of the three when in the office of Messrs. Davies and Campbell, solicitors, could have any idea how widely different their walks in life would become. One of them, the IHonorable .1. I. Davies, became, a few weeks ago, Speaker of the Legisla...