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THE LIME KILN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 January 1888
TI!E LIME KILN CLUB. Among the sacred relics Ilatel received by the iii'nin.l is an old fashioeld planta tion hoe, forwaiured by a gentleisan at SeolusAla. It is a relic of ithe das of slaserv, weighs about as nmch las a Ylnkele,, plow. and sisxty-eight lifferent tIei hers of t "dle identical hoe day choppeelld cotton wid thirty yvers ago." Indeed, Trager} Smith Sorgliiiin Davis, Antironv BUshrod an sl Eld-ler Lellingwell, have lositively sworn tol tile notches ct iti the hianlle,alld have t wept sad tears oerv bitter memories. - aREIONiATIONS. :The folliwing Il onorary lemihers of the ' LiMc Kiiln Chibl have tendered their resig IliationsU for the c;alss Inlllled. f lhanr. Waihiington IDon, of V\'icks hurg, 3liss. This gentlemnan invented a rat trap which could also Ihe Isedl for it milk stool. ai waggon-jack, and a sp ring tonille. It wlas furtilher lwarranted toll eaittla only the old rats, leaving the vyouing ones for sonic other fellsow, but when the club wiis askedl to elllars...
Extracts from American Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 January 1888
Extriets frotl .lmeriitl Papers. The COtnlllecicUt recentil a gang of tlraIlps killed anll atle i. farnlers dog that interfered with them. An attetmpt will bie Iade to unite all theI coal miners of the United States in a nattiall orgailnizatiOll. Thie numeler about 2 d5,000 , neni. A Michigan girl who11 recently chased a robber wt it a pitchfork ant d made him dr,, his booty is said to hI overrln with ad Imirers. The V ice-regal Council of India huas passed it law to check the slilaghter of wild birds lsed by- the 'European iemand for varlilOtl l spectie f il.; l) loilmgeo . lAntonio infante., nlol rlemnant, all:tle t nh ascensllion at St. lolis. in a hot-air ballhoon WIIten atilout 500 feet above latnd, the tair ship Imrst, aid fell very rapidly, with the ilrllontl, who struck ullon arn iron rod and was killed instlanttly. Int alnnoneing the aicemtlehelent of the Prilnces Beatrice at liahnltrl ('astle oI lo-nda, the linglish Conrt Circuilar Ilen-l tiunal that it wa.? the tirst i..;...
YARRAGON. Under the Verandah. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 January 1888
YA1RRAI)S. Under the VeIsrand . (nr Aoxi.sx). T'he jolly.-l vs are keel ing still progress ing by letap and bounds. This may Ihe expected, because each member of the fra ternity is a hoat in himself, and their united force sweeps c In irresistibly as .Noah's flood. Oblong-hall,their recent place of meeting has Ihad to tb vae iCtld inll Con.ellllellpte of tile increase in their nrumbera, and their attention is directed to seccring tile Me chanics' Illtitttte. Opp onents of the newi church however are in lpower, and will not grant the use of tihe building. An annirl e!cection, however, decides thiel control for tihe ensuing year, rso the jolly-boys lhave resolved to effect a " CUoup-d.e-Atta." Thet subscribers alone are eligible to vote for tke election of thie maiLgeir rnt, land the "jolly-boys" are qualifying all who know hows to vote lthi correct ticket." Should this expedient fail a great " Colp" has been resolved oln. Closely coipying tile exiampele of the Russians in diealing cc...
The Gippsland Presbytery. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 January 1888
The Gippsland Presbytery. The Malfra " Spectator " reports that on 'l'iesd?lal aftelrnonl the Preahl?try of tiippsll?t met iri the lresbhytelilan t:hutch. There wereU r.Csent tin let's. 1i. (. Cin nor (mntderaton,). I. Rtoberts, J. G. Wilson and iL. Tait, Messrs A. Morisnn and (G. Sligh. Apoilogies for itseniice were readt frouii the Rlev. -.1 Grniidwiatier and I1). Camlerion. The miintes o:f thi last mieiting were read mintul confirimed. A deptuttion from the rntrarlgn congregatinn consist ing of Mlessars. t. Sligh, A. \\'alkur and T. )lnncan presenterl a request, tllht the Preshyter , wnuht take thel necesisarvy step tol mtIte ''rnilguon an indletlendent ciliargo 'with a resident minister. On ihntunjition tf the Rev. L. TIati, seciandedit'by lhe tInv. .I. Itherts, the ti llowing resolntion weas adoptled:-T-'ihat the Preshytery hlarn uwith iIt1h1 satisfaction % thue l'rgrnns of thii TII:ralgllo chlarge, Iand ill aclll?dan with tlhir rueLtCL altppint tlhlltl '.;G 'I !I., Con ner t m...
WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
(roM Ot TPs. oW cont:esrposnsT. The Long Tunnel Exlended G.M. (t". \Ittpears to have a pro.tperts futureI ahttiel. Sic. a?tl II ic levels, and snieit . hivre been turning out nrld pIabnhle stron for the last fwci months. On Satnrdav last stoie cf in. mIllnen rielhnms. wan strlltk (anl haI everw ntecParanee of ecntinuino ) in No. 10 level. 'fTce cn tractors xlpect to finilsh the prrsont ilnk durine thi> week. and will then put in ol'ninp vet fr No I. 11, where there i. every prbability of strikintg the same ?h?ot. they havelabov;~ if so, tthismint, oght to pay good dividendt for yearo to cnmne. The long Tunnrel Gt. M. 1Co.- ave cotnm mcnced to get macthinlery and winding giear in order to repair and sink the exCpreso hafit. Thif mine hali ollly been c acil for leaciatin to leepI tie water dIwni fr vear,. but after be ine repaired. will btei snk to a depth of 10olft to work the lnew shulotf qtton proved to exit t west if tie shaft. and at preent beiig workedt from tthe old Watlhall...
A NEW CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
Whom did Adam marry, and when did he marry her i Oe Eve. What was her bridal dress ? Barely nothing. Not even a ribbon ? No, she had no need of o:e ; she was a rib-bone herself. When Adam and lEve were in the garden ing business, what time did they commence picking apples ? In the fall. What was the first step they took in the sngar bursiness R:laising Cain. Why did'nt Cain make good sugar? Bte caus hlie twsn't Abel. Spirit as well as smgar cotaes from Cain : what evil resulted fint this Cain's spirit! lIe got slewed. What reason have we tor supp,?te that Cain got slwetd ! He went immediately to the land of a-kl. Why did he go into t he land of tld ! To take unto(t himself a wife. live ibein the only living wom. an, whm did le take for his wife! (live it up. Whet was the wisestst mn ? Noah. \What did lihe knowlt ! ItHe knew elolugh to go in out of the raini. it is p?t;rsistentlty rnvistounrtd.l tha:it lhtssia intenhs to sime I"lrzeromt the principal city af Arnmrmias. in .As;tie 'Ti...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
(ontinercialt l Ilttelliellce. 3Messrs. W\hitinev and Potpe report having sol dluring tihe last week allotments in \\'idit subdivision at the rate of 12401 per acre. t)0., Wedne day they sold furini tore and effects ou Ibeialf of iMr. J. It. lBaird at satisfactory\ returns. On Salltr daivthey had a very s-iecessf'ul clearing sale at Glengarryv n acouint of -1r. ''. Miilhs, who is leavsing the district. Orr, Graham and Yoi?ng rel rrt :-At oIIr vard's on il n la last a small supply forward, which was quiitted privately at satisfactory ligures: Messrs. lMalthesun and Davis (tle P.eck, IIldsiin ail Ilviynur) report ;-A\t our yards isn Mondali a fair sapplyh of stuIck forward. \VWe shl-12 and 181ms. mixed steers and iheifers. 12 5s, 2 year old steers, L] l1;,2 year lhi heifers, L2 Its: i sourr iId steers, L3 l3s ; :? uear oil heifr,. 1.4 ls ; cows with calf, L4 1417s Gil ; store iul locks, L4 14s ; working bullocks, L8 7s idl. The Farmers Co-operative Business Asso ciation of Victoria Li...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
Poverty is in want £f lmuch. but avarice demannls evervythinz it has not. Everything we addi tiotr knowledge adlds t oullr mellans or useflnes. There are many lhinitng qualities in the mind of man, but Inone so useful as that of din cretion. A man named Te;ea:i married a 3[is Crovs. Ile t a;se. her unitl she said site wouldn't be Crots anll more, l110 who ha; not known adversity is but half acquainted with himself. Constant suc cess slh s itus but one side of thie worMl. Love never reasons. but proffuely gives gives like a thoughtless prodigal, its all, and trembles thcu lest it Ihas done tao little. In taking revenge a man is but even with his enemy ; butll inl pteilasn it over lie is su perior, for it is a prince's part to pardon. Anteharis. the Scythian sage. being astked in what reclrett learned ment differed fromi the unlearnled, aItnwveretd, A the living from tlhe dead: It cannot be too often repeated that it is luxuries, nolt nele&lt;sitis that Iriln ruli. \We are rui...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1888. INSANATORY MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
VOX POPULI. PUBLISItED EVEIItY SATURtDAY), SATURDAY, JANUIARY 28, 1888. I?SANAT.'I'lL ' ,1OfWELL. ----:o :- We may now congratulate ourselves that a permanent apilointment to the office of scavenger has been at last made The perfunctory manner in which this office has been lately discharged,. has left the town in a pestiferous condition; and it will require most imnmediate at tention on the part of the newly lp pointed officer, to restore the the town to a wholesome condition. Although we do not approve of Progress Associations running the business of the Council, yvet we are strongly inclined to the opinion, that a society formed on this base would be most beneficial, if only keeping our sanatory state under notice. At present our open sewers are blocked with sand and accumulated rubbish through which a dark pestilential liquid slowly percolates, givillg otl the lmort offenstire stenchl imaginable. A.dded to this, the arrangement mitade for the cleanliiess ofi simt of the baik ward...
The Fate of the Apostles. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
The ?ate of the Apostles. Tlle fidlowini brief history of the1 fate of the Apostle?s tnary hie new to those "whos, reldil. has lnt been evan?getieal: St. Mattheew is snppoled to, have snetleredl itariyltltne, ,r w-as slain with a swonrd, at the cite\ of Ethiopia, in Etgypt. St ItUke was lringed prlo an olive tree in Greece. St.ntllt was put into ia canltlirn of tail ing oil at homnie, and escapel dietih. tie afterwards died a natural death at Etiphelaeus in Asia. St tanies the Great was beheatled at Jerusalem. St .iames the Less was thrown fronl a pinnacle or wing of the tetple, alul then beaten to death withi a filler's lchtl. St. Philip wais hanged uip againtt a pillar at ltieraplie, ;a city iF Phy'ia. St tartholtelme was liaved alive tby tile command ol a hiartarots king. St A-ndrew was hmtn tto a crraa, aon, e lhe preachled tlite thuei people until Ire expired St Thomais Wau rmun tlriu'gh the tee IV with a laine, at Coromandle.l, in the lEat Indtie. St .ile was: shant to de"tth ...
THE HAZELWOOD COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
THE HAZELWOOD COAL MINE. On W'ednesday, several gentlemen in terested in the ]Iazelwood Coal Mine made a visit of inspection of that pro perty. TIhewere accomopaniedl by Messrs. Iomallson and T1 pping, coal experts. The object of the visit was to determine definitely the precise nature of the work necessary to properly and thor oughly develop the resources of the minio. On arrival at Mirwell the party ihad lunch, and anl illllllne int start was Inlale, tihe pair-horse trap of Mr. Weir being used for the occasion, under the charge of that slkilful whip, several grentlemen following on horseback. 'L'he usual tramlway route, for the noncle, was for saken, and the back road, past Mr. .Morrell's, chosen. Thence, crossing the Ridge, between Messrs. Ilorne mld Foster's properties, to the Hazelwood flat ; thence past _Iir. Nadenhlonsch's, -Mr. Arnold's, and other well-known places, until the boundary of the coal mine was reachedI, at Mr. MILrdochl Campbell's selection. The pace madle throug...
Circulation of a London Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
It is ita I t hltat the avera,r1,t, f-i,'ttion If tll .r .. I.rmid-iStid;LIrd "" is over'2,1''11 111 cpis dily. .\ .orrr*s-lriodent, rightly :onjecturin, that there are very fi.w ?oplk whito can noff-hid fln :n in, . in llt. c"ncel(e ion of wh' tt t ll : e- fi~re~I ill- I port a taken ii t h trouhl tI . ak;: .llll ea;icula.ti?n with s: viw -rof shv.'in in a in I, more st'rikini light thi mI nilil . i f this circeula, . tion. 1 I1. - av that ti,.- b.vh . daily ai vi l?.o ?i ive- fir te i l lar i total -. 75, 4 5,106i Topics p.t"r py 1r- a niitih ir, whichlll, slimply aIl a rither, i, a t l l. Ihe on lit grasp of l any humi siiiil. If all the ahove c iillihr ns of copi , w..re johied so sil to lake one conrinor rolllll ithey woulh forll lll a ilnd of paprll ri .2,779 miles lonr, hy ift :lin. wide-:I lhngth of lpapr sullicient to g.o roui the orllrl at the |llEquator. again srlllnd via ll Po'el and then le:i v enirogllih fur lirn. inn?inse strealer of over 12,0i 0 lile in .englh. nr a ...
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
nOE. (F?iiROM CR i.ON cOIlit:srII NDI:NT). The u.ual Vnrdeu': Court, preidld over 1by A. W. llowit, tl q., P.M. was iehl on Saturdai y last. The applieation of Mr. .1. 11. .ttwcoidl for i40 acres for coal inie leie at Ilnlara was recotm mendled. .Appli.tions mndle respee tirdly by essrs. l'inain arnd Savers for :1;i acres each of auriferou i lal nIear Neeritu were also reointeilet. At the Police Courtna few petty cases were dealt. with, ineludiug two cases against C. Williamsn and C. IEastnt. for neglect to comnlply with the provisions of the l']Education Act. The first was muinleted in a stun of 55., atl the latter in 2s lid. Several debt eases were dis posed if. The Shire Council proceeded against four people for cutting down timber oni the ro:ads, lbut the cases were not pressed. and the charges were with drawn. At the conclusion of the court Constable Gohlsworthy was niade the recipient of a euirteous iomplient fromn the bench. Constable G(olsworthy, who has ibeen stationed at ....
PETTY SESSIONS. EEBRUARY, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
PETTY SESSIONS. E:ntll.UAt, 1888. Ilosedale, \Wednesldal s 1st and 29th, at 11 n.lm. Tooi'ngabnlie, Thursday 2nd, 11 nin. Stit"I uIt i selisstied Frida, 27th .l:lnuar\y. Ileyfield, Saturlday L4tl, 11 :1.11m. Sutil inooses issued tMonday, :tlth .Itnuary. Traralgon, Wtiednesdal'y Sth and 22ntd. I0ll an. Sumnttonses issued preceding Frilays. 3Morwell, Woedeisday, ith,. .:0 n. In Sulmt onsesissuei lF'ridaiyl0th. 3lo., Saturday 18th, 9.:1 a Itn. Sunit lntt"tses issued Miontday l;:tl1.
Leasing of the Sydney Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
Leasing of the Sydney Tramways. 'iThe N.S.W. Gnveormient decided, on .1nndayv, In lbre the traoimway service fo. t long priod, abhout 20 or 30 years, one of thle slipulations of thn leasle hing that the lessee or iesnsees shll intlrtdce It better motor Svalem than that now in m1me. What is meant is a cablue service, probhably not onliko that in use at 1elbcinrne. No linal arrangILemenll s, howeve\\ r. wero malle, as thel Government are dleirois on nseoing an ex periment tried with lectric monltors, lone of which is daily expocted to arrive here. It is possible the cabnhle system many be event inally usred in thi city, and electric montors or the pre?snt steam, enxension or both. will b use l in the onburban.
Gored by a Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
Gordtl by a 111111. MIr leo,. Mhxwell, (Co rnen t surrveyor, narrowly escaped being killed hw a vronn Ahlerney hIli which i ws runnilng in his pathocek. The animal whilst beiing driv"en tri the loose ibox, knckled tMr Maxwell down and tore his right thiegh open. It then chiarged Mr Maixwell again, but hIe seizoed the ring in tir bull's noro and, atl thoughr tramn ledt upon, stuck to it until a&lt;sistance llere. c ir Maxwell was huch bruised atnd weakened fromn loss of bIond, hut: is improving IuIr I),. McFarlaner's canre. Thoe Iuoll was snbseqluently shot.
Lawn Tennis. MORWELL V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
M[OORWELtL V. TRA itALtION. This matclh \wai played on Saturday last, and resulted in a draw, ach club secnr ill 2 games. Te following are the lboake and Bennett beat Shaw and Evtans to 1. Shaw arnd Evans beat Boake and Ben nett 6 to 2 and 6 tl it. .1inchin anid Mackintosh beat Corner and CialanaLgh GI to 2. C?trney andl Cvanaigh heat tMinchin nll Mackintoshl 6 to 2 and i to 4. Total :-Morwell, 22 games ; Traralgon, 25 gamles. The British Ministry at Maltdrid llhs been converted into an embassy, antti Sir Fr.tncis Clare Ford, G. U. It31. G., C. B., who has heretofore acted as British Enver and Minister in Spain, will continue to repre sent Great lBritait in the higher p)osition of Atlbassadolr. Sir Frlancisn F trl was on S:tturda"iy lliciallv presented to the Queen ile~rent Christina, by whoml . i. e w.a cor dially wclcomcd. Senior- Lientenant Thierens, 1. N haso Ieen applin:ted to II. 3I. S, Nelson on the Austraeian sqotadron. Lord Pandolph thourehill, who has lately been visiting ...
The Wife of a Russian Priest. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
The Wife of a Russian Priest. 'There is only one happy wonatn in lusiia -the priest's wife-and it is a cllllllln epression toi say-" Asl lilll a a lpriest's wife." Thue reaison why sr is s I;Ihappy is because ell r hl usban'll 's plitilli Ideilends onl her. If she Ilires he i?n"1 ned, and iea ;itt r a mere laiymn, anl his prol. party is taken away fo?lu him arl distri hteld. hallf to his chillren, and half to hisii IGovernmit ctt. Thisa drleadful contingencyi miakes the Iltssian priest careful to ut ai heallthylv iif il he cat, and iakles hi take Iextrarllinar good care io her after le has seereiail liher, lie waits upn hier in thie itelst abject wsy. iShe mst nevler get Iher feet wet, aln she is Ilpetted atl lit in hlt i]lankets if rshie has so luch as a cohl in iher iead. It is the greatest possible gtoil fortune for a girl to iarrya lussian priest -intinitely better than toi bie the wife of it nohll.
Extracts from American Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 January 1888
Extracts from American Papers. The hiotse of Dr. Samuel J.ohnson. at Lichijhil, E?nghland, has hem sood for £800. The lRoyal ,Engineer Corps of EltnghnI will erect a sp:endidl monumllllet to tiozneral Gordon at thei School of M1ilitary Engineer ing, Clutthain. A restaurant hali been opened in TLonlan for the exchtsive patronage of peopla who a? atllicted with corlplence, thle food lbe inog entirely anti-fat. Alorman deo lKeseor, the Lordl layvor of London, tho is staid to bhe' a IU0otttot Catholic, has appointed a Protestant clergy tman to be hic ofhicial chaptain. Quleen Victoria and the Prince of Wale" are the only oils in ttth fitur to bt given lspecial sleatnters blut\ween lEnglanfl, and the Contintnt at the cost of th, State. The P)ope is catosing a n umber of ,tinia ttoes of himself to te p.tin;dl for preotn tlltion lo tho tt sotvereigns who have stlit him presents on the occasion of hi, juhitee. 'I'lTh Princess Eugienie of Sweden, who some years ago disposel of her jeweels an...