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Grain [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

G1n1in The Australasian Mornagc aln Agency Company reIort:-Wiheat.--There is no alteration in the market, and thoughi the supplies coining flri~an are very largo, thie menland hoth locally and for export is ample, aol all offering is readily taken ip. A considerablt.e amoullllt of tonnlllge hls been taken up,- and exporting is Iroceeding freely. We expect to experience a steady, well-isustained market. We quot- inferior aud faulty, from 3s. Gd. to Its. Sd. good to prime, 3s Od. to 3s. 10d. pertbushel. Barley.-All golod moling descriptions lmeet with keen cotmpetitioi, miul values for such are advancing, but inferior and feed saimples alre steady at rates last reported. Oilr sales are-feedling, 2s idi. to3s. inferior to medlium malting, 'Is 31. to 3s Gid. fair to good, 3s 711. to ?s 2d. and a few chloicee s:u1nples to 4. 5d. per bushul. Oats have a good diemandl at unalteredl rates, the supply daily increasing. We quote inferior to good Calcuttas 2s. to 2s. 'd. light to fair average ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Moondarra. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

Moo ndarra. BiY A RIL'?IDENT OF MORWEiLL. it naemordance with my expreosed inten tion. I tall proceed tot mt detttription of Mtondarra. This pariti-at least the miet tettled tpart--lie' betweent tihe l'eers at t 'hllotmont Rivers. It consists of a plateau ( o~r more recent formation thiun the surround.r llcoulllv. Thewhaole of the coluntry it silstriaan, bt this portion is coeroed ititeart biy Itaalt, over wsich is deep,?ited all ti l soil-tthe dehris from the Ligth mountatins to the lnorth. Tlhis platcaw is traversed hv tihe 'I'yer livers in its two iranchles. .,aob's t Creek. linttel Creek, Ifappy Jack's Creek. and Coop('ller's Creek. These are all of recent t fo:lnation, and their present elod art tulet hiiheor than the original creek hedls co se s I' it Cy tile former tmayi nt cortree? ,nd with tihle atter in Circti, nans tohe alterld pihytieal ospect wouh naturally cause a dliffr't direr tion toi the more recent? stream.s. ' These crtel-s. weaering their teay throsl, tt e alluv...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

Iloolara Coal. February 11.-Air slhaft completed at lift. from surface, and con nceted with dit. S~amu of coal aft. thick struck in shaft at 3ft. Proposme to continue adit level iat. wide into hill.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

1110-N9DF61W1L's :SS ~ERVICE:%. Clhurch of! Exglan :-1i "i nnter, 11 n.m.; S inniny Scwln.l N..rwill, t3 pin. ; ]Iniwerll, 7-lmnV. A. IL. Edwnrds. l'run1hytninn (21hiniel:-Yiinner, l 1; 1 [mnc1l nvndl \oinl, 11; 11irn'1I, 7.--tu. J1. U. W~ilon;I, tn* . coltntnunio sinR ii ccý \c` h.it .?rwnC. 11, nc:d jicda icit.77t. .A

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Property. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

Proplerty. C. It. Wilke and Co. report Laving sold Mr. John Kitrwin's farm n Ier \lorwell at ia satisfactory price to vendor, also some township property in Traralgon at a satis factory price. They have also let for a term Mr. John Clarke's farm at Calligneec, also Mr. R. Willis' farm near Traralgon.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MARIAN WILLIS' DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

MARIIAN W EILIS' DRAMJLTIC -This lady, who has been touring through Gippalnnd for the last nine weeks has. ac cording to our contelmporaries, been most successful, and the welcome accorded her inl Bairnlsdale. Sale, Walhalla, &c., has bebu most flattering. She is without doubt ans accomplished and graceful actress, possessing a most rrepossessing appearance, and gifted with a voice, which either for pathos or sterner elocution, is given only to few. She is supported by a company which will com pare favorably with any that have yet visited Gitpssludl and to mention a few of th. names well-known to those who are in the habit of attending dramatic performances either in Melbourne or elsewhere, will con vince them that they have a treat in store for them. There is that sterling actor Mr J. IB. Steele, Mr. I. F. Keogh. Mlcsrs, llughes, Simmons, Osborne, Coulter, Lewis, and other gentlemon. Miss .Violet May, Miss Dora Kleogh, Miss Julia Ryan, and Miss K. Neville, with such an arra...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

FAMILY HOTEL. W. 'YR'DOOM, Late of the Cricketes' Hotel B EGS to inform lias nmnerons Friends and the Puilic ienerally, that he has Purchasced the above well-known Ilostelrv, and has thorioughly i enovated and newly Fur mlihed it Throughout. Ile now offcrs 'IRST-CLASS ACCOMIMODATION for Travellers, Visitor, and Othlers. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIAlD TABLE WINES AND 'SPIIITS OF THE '-BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. HORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. CRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HOUSES ONLY. STAI3LING AND CIVILITY GIRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KELLEHER, PROPRIETOR FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMIODATION FOR VISITORS AND COIM •' MEIRCIAL TRAVE LLERS. All Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choicest Brandls. GOOI) STABLING. GOOD JILDD OCKS. Buggies and Saddle hIorses Ahways bitainable on Ilire. CRICKETERS' ARhM\S HOTEL, MOR0IIWELL. H ENRY BREED, Proprietor. TIAVING just purchaseed this famni Hlotel, 11 hich for c,mnfort and oir lr all otherc excel; M Pl'atrou. will l I iunai willing and ableI 'J'To keep tie hlst D...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MORWELL POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

M&O1 WELL POST OFICaE. MAILs DESPATCHED. Melbourne Up and Travelling P.O. train at S n.m. Down Travclling P.O. train at 11 a.m. Boolarn, Yinnar, Darlimnurla, M-irboo North at 11 n.m. Foster, 11 n.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays only. Hazelwood, at 12 noon. Movwell Bridge, at 1 p.m. Mnelbourne and Up Travelling train, 6 p.m Down Travelling train, 9 p.m.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE RAILWAY. INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

THE RAILWAY. rINOIOnIATION Fo? TIIAVEILElLs. During the Ilonth of Decemtler Passenger Trains will arrive and depart fromt the va rious stations as follow: TIhE MIAIN LINE. Down Trains lcave Sale at 0 "5 a.m. and 4"42 a.m.; Truralgon, 8"4 a.n. and S5-51 p.mn.; ,lorweil, 8"26 a.m. and 6l13 p.m. Up Trains leave Melbolrne at 6.12 a.m. and 4"31 p.m.; Warragnl at 10"10 a.m. and 7560 p.mI.;,Trafalgar, 10"44 a.m. and 8'30 p.m.; fMoe, 11 a.m. and 8"46 p.m., Alorrwell 11225 a.m. and 9"11 p.m;Trralngon, ll1-48a.m. and 9"34 p.1m.; arrive at Sale 12"58 la.m. and10.l44 p.111. 0MIe00 LINE. Down Trains leave Morwiell at 11l45 a.m.; Yinnar, at 12.10 p.mn.; Boolara, at 12"25 p.m.; Darlinluria, 12"45 p.mI.; arrive at Milirloo North at 1 1 p111 Up Trains leave 3lirbob Norlh at 6.10 a.m. ; and 4.30 p.m. ; Darlinutirl at 655 a.m., ani 4.45 p.m. ; llnool:ta at 7"15 a.tt., and 5.5 p.n. ; Yinnur, 7'30 a.m.; and 5.20 p.m. ; arrivoe ,it Morwell at 7t55 a.tm. Train leaves 'farwell for Yinnar to Boo lara 11.45 ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MOE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEB. 12TH, 1887. (Presided over by A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M. and S. W. Brooke, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

UIOE POLICE COURT. -o SATURDtAY, Fol. ]2THI, 1SS7. (Presided over by A. W. Ilowitt, Esq., P.M.. and S . I. ookc. Eoq.. J.P. G. F. Sctherrcte v W. Librctt. Order for the amounlt--13 S:. lenfrey and 'McCulloch v E. Witton. Order for the mount--si6, with iTs costs. ]iocklanld ro. v . v A. Lambert. Mr. Ser jeant appeared for the plaintiff. An order was made for the amounLt-£1 13s 8d, with itosisd costs. No coses came before A. W. Ilowitt, Esq., P.I., in his capacity of W\rden'

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Railway Manifest. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

VAxUOflr.s.-M'GanIlrn, Iledle, Applegate, Keegannl, Itintoul, Godlridge, henry, Hari~ris.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

CURRENT'I' NEWS -4--- MoosDAnMRA.- l imotler column will 10 found ant interesting letter by a resident of MIorwell. * COM5PLAINT.-Nu?mecrous complaints have reached u oof ncewslpapers we hae posted not having been received. All we canl say is we will take every plrecaution to see that each of our subscribers obtains his copy. IPOPULAR R]EADINGS.-Thlese entertain ments will again commnence in aid of the Mechanics' Institute, on 4th March next. CRICKET MIArenl.--A cricket match haos been arranged between Thorpdale and lNor well on the ground of the latter on Saturday 26th February. It is requested that the fol lowing players will les punctually on then ground at 1 p.m., viz :-Mlessrs. Speans, Fer guson, eonkc, Jones, Cavanagh, Wilson, Date, McKinnon, Leviston, Suffren, Nind (3), Davidson and Waldon. The Thorpdale teamn will consist of Messrs. J. C. O'Connor, Dumaresq (2), Keogh, Nicholas, Gunn (2), Loyd (2), Gordon, Cornthwaite. CIOhrrAL SOCI:TY.-A largely attended meeting was held in...

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ST. VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

. ST. VALENTINE. St. Valentine, the patron saint Of lovers, fond and true, D]escends to earth one day each year, 1His clients' forms to view. For young and ol, both grave and gay, Together still combine, To celebrate his natal day, Each sends his valentine. The ladies in their snug boudoir, List anxious for the bell, Or waiting for the postman's knock, Tlheir throbbinig bosoms swell. The milkmaid working at the churn, Waits for the hour of nine, Tlhen starts with beating heart and cries Here comes my valentine ! The schoolboy verging into man, On careless mischief bound, To master, usher, tutors all, The saint's work sends around; And if the pictures ugly are, And trenchant every line, Don't scold the lad, if him you know, lBut blane St. ,Valentine. The crusty bachelor at homr, With goaty foot on stool, Sits grumbling at his toast and eggs, And growls till tea is cool. Some former friend and iBenedict Will send an ugly " Guy," In rage lihe tears it up, and bids St. Valentine good-hy...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

TO CORRtESPONDENTS' r.ctters nad otlcer commiinicntlonn iuittcIuJ fojr iucrti.ln i tihe ncis eelunuiiishrndI be :cli u cld to 'Izc EnIt'Iuce. 1.cjcctrl letters cann!ot Ih returneiid iuder any~ circmnIItancIL· whatsoever.T

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

Topics of the I)y. A LONa discussion took place at the meeting of the Agricultural Colleges Council, held on Tuesday last, on a letter from the Minister of Education, in reply to a previous communication from the couucil, asking what steps could be taken to hold the examinations of the best five State school scholars in t each of the five agricultural districts, to I enable the successful scholars to pass on to the Dookie M'odel Farm. The Minister of Education, informed the council that it would be impossible to hold a special examination, and sug gested that tile last examination for State school scholarships should be taken as equivalent to the examination asked for. The council was so evenly divided in opinion as to whether the examination should be left to the end of the year, that it was decided to postpone defi nitely dealing with the subject until next meeting, when there' might be a larger attendance of members. Mr Madden, as a regular attendant at the council meetings, prot...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Why do they Marry. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

Why do they Larry.-The great majority of khclish cmdical women un doubtedly marry either before or soon after they complete their curriculm ; in fact, one almost fanc:is that me!n ither previostly seek as wives the very typ, of wimen wlle intellectual tastes they pretendr to detest., or prcrently apply mtatrilcnty as a solvent of sexual ll copetition. Be tht as it may, the result is usually tile sameo to a clever Girl when she asks leave to quit her hnme and study metdicine. Her family not wishing to loose her plehasant companionshlip, lausibly ,object on the ground that as rhe will most likely marry soon the cost of her medical educationl will ie so much money wasted. But why should a medical woman always be expected to retire from practice after shce marries ? I can even conceive of cases where through the misfortune or ill health of her nusband, it might be her duty to throw her celf into the profession with increased ardor and energy. Actresses and musicians do not deem it neces...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1887. ROAD TO MOONDARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

` itl Uorwull f UUrlit i . VOX POlP ULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1887. ROAD TO MOODIlAIlIIA. Oon contributor in an interesting article in to-day's issue shows conclusively the importance ;of Moondarra and district. At no distant day, it is pointed out, that this district must bocone populous and important, therefore it must from its position have a direct influence and bearing upon our town. It lies directly north at a distance of about 20 miles froim MIorwell, and it is a standing re proach that no road conmmunication exists between the two places, except through the neighboring towns of Traralgon and Moe. We have a well constructed bridge over the La Trobe on the road; but there is no further coutinuation of tile road, and the bridge is in a complartive state of disuse. This is not as it should be, when we consider that Walhalla has for a period of over 20 years provided a profitable market for the produce of places as far distant as Upper ,laffra (.10 m...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

In a Tigers Clutch. - The London " R eader " tells this remarlkable story : In 1812, a party of British naval and military officers were dining in a jungle, at some dis lance from Madras, when a ferocious tiger rushed in among them, seized a young mid. shipman, and flung him across his back. In the first emotions of terror, the other otficers had all snatched up their arms, and retired some paces from tile assailant, who stood lash ing his sides with his tail, as if doubting whether lie should seize more prey. or retire wit.h that Ie harl already secured. They knew that it was usual with the tiger before he seizes his prey to deprive it of life by a pat on the Iead, which generally breaks theskull ; brut this is not his invariable practice. Tihe little midshipman lay motionless on the back of his enemy ; but yet the oflicers, who were uncertain whether he had received the mor tal pat or not, were afraid to fire lest they should kill him together with tile tiger. lWhile in this state...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

A Travelled Dog.-Savannah rejoices in tihe possecsion of a dog with a history, and if thei " Morning News " is to bhe credited, with something more than average dog sense. It is a little black and tanned named " Ex press," owned by Mr. J. IH. Tucker, a clerk in the Southern Express office in that city. Express has spent ten or twelve years in the service of the company. When he was a puppy he used to run on the road from Dupont to Jacksonville. He was then owned bya mes senger on that line, and accompanied his master on every trip. lie had a snug piece of blanket in one end of the car, but he gene rally preferred to perch himself on the top of some box out of the way. Naturally lie made dozensof acqroaintances among his own species at all of the stations. Tradition says that it was a daily occurrence to see the village dogs run to tile depolts to meet " Old 35." the train on which Express wasa daily passenger. They apparently knew the whistle of the locomotive. The moment the conduc...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 February 1887

The Contagious Disen?se (Animals) Act as p?ssedu. tiorolh cunmmittee, and has been read a third time in the IIouse of Leons. The further progress of this useful measure, as well as Lord Vernon's Butterine Bill, will, however, be checked by the dissolotion o' Parliament, whiich is rexpleted immelintel Ear-Marking.--?r. Treadwell, of Win. thendon, uses a metallic strip of an easily bent metal, inserted on the ear and bent Aound, carrying hisown initials, the year, and a number. It is of American manoufacture. Thet lasping button a:lvertised of Shellield natnufacture is equally eflicient. The onm Ier gives a reference to the flock-book, attd thus to the whole history of the animal. Looking at his prize sheep at Henly on T'hura 'day last, Mr. Treadtwell used the references :na , lldul by these numbelcs to give the whole history and pedigree of each sheep. Thus, S30. the second-prize sheep in his class at JIenly, was by Royal Shrewsbury, larn by YoungFreelatnl,first.prize old sheep at Ie...

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