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A Ridiculous Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

A R iculous Raiiway. ---o Regarling the Heidleherg railway we have given our readers some information The line and its working discloso so many we absurdities that we are confident a few particulars with respect to its history, and tihe reason for its existence in its present nu shape, cannot but prove interesting, and of perhaps amusing, to the general pablio. to When the line was first projected it was wl intended that it shouhi be taken through in Richmond, joining the line at Swan street I somewhere in the vicinity of Burnley, in going thence to the Flinders street station, of That plan would have involved level cross- a igs over three leading streets in ltichmond. ap and the local council, seeing the nuisance at and danger which would have arisen from w them, considered the matter, and endea- pi voured to to induce the Government to ar bi range that either the line should be taken tr under the thoroughfares or overhead. In gi this they were successful, and were com- vi pelled t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

BImJTISI! DE1~p.Ncr.-Accordiin to ellmlleancuir le{ rain i t section of the1 FrenchI proses is of opinion that. Great IBritnin can ho uist ucceOsfullfy attackOe through hIer culoniea nos thue mot onuorahtule points in jtofence ,hence we .Ioout hIe prepared for sqiualls.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Local Bankrupt Case. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

A Local Bankrnpt Case. --o An examination sitting of the Mel- h, bourne Insolvency Court was held last T week in the estate of E. J. Powell, at of Narracan,selector. Mr. Roberts ap peared for the trustee, and Mr Phillips ' for the insolvent and a witness. E. J. Powell, the insolvent, was ex- 01 amined respecting the ownership of 80 P acres of land. He said that the land V was pacrt of a selection taken up by his it father, and that in a statement which R he (the insolvent) made to some cred- e itors in 1886, he mentioned that the land was. to be transferred to himn in about twelve months. but that was a mistake, and he had since explained it to his creditors. When he made the state ment he expected that the land would become his, because he said it would. tl Since he had assigned his estate to creditors he nad put up a house on the r land, but his father found the materials. c The value of the 80 acres was £4 or £5 t per acre, James Powell, father of the insolvent. examined, said th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wanton Cruelty. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

Wanton Cruelty. Six little bogs, who, o age?r ranged from 9 to 12 vears, worn charged at the Conlling wood Court on Tlelelay with killing a: lorsn, under ciremnstancee which involved cruelty. Mr Miller proseented n hehalf of the Society for Prevention of Crunlty to Animals. 'Two laorers. while wosrking noar the Studlley Park bridge on thl I t inot. o'w the defendants ridling a hIrso ahont tlhe park all day. Towards.evening tih boys pelted time Iorsn with road cmtal. until it. entered thie Yarra. They cono tinned to throw at it, until it disappeared heneath tie water, and did not again rise. They caught two of lt'the lyo and tnok theot t tthe C(lellineg?~emod watch .1hon". whuere they gave their nnnllo m and those ohf ilte theher ton (- ' h. Inaoh nno. '|The h ln o linedthenm Is, or G o?uer, imlprisou itont.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Death of the Hon. A. T. Clark. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

Death of the Hon. A. T. Clark. Tt is our sad ditty to annonce the death of the lion. A. T. Clrrk, nays the FlHrald. which left Molhbornn on the 4th of the present month. honuni for Eigl.n.l, on the 19th inst. The svoiel arrived at Cn Inmho on the following day. from whence acahle tneosare convoying the intelli?cnce was rere:vwd hb Mr Smith. Mr Cark's partner, in Williamstown on 3 londa s Inst. For a considerable time prior to his de parltre. aMr Clark hadr not enjnrel good health, and his mredical ndvisero counelled a saon voyn, go which it was thnoght would have a hIeneoiialeff,.cpt. 11n was onftering from incipient parlan~ is. and although when he felt it, it waso not feared the at tack would have a fatal tnrmination. Much sensation has been cnaued by the news in Williamntonwn. where the deceased gentle man has lived for mati yeers, and whdere he waors:ateemed and respected.for his many sterling qualities, not the least of which was a largo-heartedness which prompted hlil to porfo...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

MORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LATE OF THE' CRICKETERS' HOTEL.) S KGS to inform his numerous Friends and the Public tenerally, that lie has Purchased Sthe above well-known Hostelry, and 'has thoroughly Ienovatedl and newly Fur nished itr Tlhroughout. ellnow ollfrn ?IltST-CLASS ACCOMIIODATION for Travellora, Visitors, and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINHE AND SPIRITS OF TIIE BEST 'PROCURABLE BRANDS. HOlISEi AND BUGGIES ON IIIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' IIORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITYT GRATIS. THIS SPACE NOT PAID FOR ! ANTYONE MAY HAVE IT AT A PRICE. CRICKETERS' A RMS HOTEL, MORWELL Henry Breed, Proprietor, AVING just purela?ied this famous Hotel, Which for comfort TIand oder all others excel; Mv 1atrons will find I am willing antd able To keep the best Drinks and the very best Table. My servants are civil, attentive, and kinld A quality seldom in servnet you'll fin ld; liut'when ounce btnined will hut add to the charmns, That attract all my friends to th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

Letters to the Editor. [lre do not identiy( ourselves with the views expressed by our Correspon dtnt's.] Editor MIorwell Advertiser. Sin,-Having exhibited my Diorama of the world in all the principal halls in the southern hemlisphere fer long periods, with marked success, and never failing to give the utmost satisfaction to my audiences, which has been testified by their plaudits, and borne out by my press notices, I may mention I only cater for the intelligent mind. I was surprised to find a few in Morwell in the hall that should have known better forget themselves by their lewd remarks and low conduct. I suppose humanity is like some nseless timber, so coarse in its nature, that it cannot be polished only fit for the axe to split in small pieces for the fire. There were also a few mischinvious apes that wilfully de stroved in a few minutes, that swhich took ages to produce. I do not know what steps Mr Lutted, the worthy sec retary will take in the matter-as it deeply concerns this...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

Notices. FERGIE and HARVEY Solicitors, Conveyancers, and Proctors, MIELDOUlINE AND TRARALGON Mrt. HIarrey will attend Morwell on Tuiesdlay in each week, and alternately on Mondany on Sales Day. NOTICE, W ALDON & IIOUGHTON beg to announce to their subscribers and patrons of tile lorwell Advertiser that they have disposed of the copyright and good-will in tihe business to Mr Jolnr English, Morwell. They most ro spectfully beg to return their sincere thanks for the large measure of suriport accrrded to themr, and they trust a kind continuance of tile satme favors will be bestowed on their successor. (Signed) WALDON & HOUGHTON. J ENGLISH in entering into pos session of tile .Ilorwell Adrlertjser begs to state he will continue to conduct that journal on the samr broad and fear less lines established by his predecessors. ile trusts that by a strict attention to business he will be ablle. not only to re tain tie confidelnce of the present sup porters of the Alorwrell Adrert...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GILLET POISONING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

Tor GTLrT tI tISOutNIt CASr.-A ver dict of wilful murder was returned against Mrs Marcaret Spann yesterday at the corotnrr inquest into the death of William Edward Gillet, which took place from poisoning under pecular circumstances on the 26th April. The evidence adduced on the previous days was supplemented 1by that of some other RwtnesSes. whose testiauny wna nanhly intended to support the theory that, the poisoning Rwas accidental. Statements by the decensek were quoted. in which he said that he made over nall his property to Mr Sapnn for her kinlness to him in his illness and that he was determinedl to give nothing to his relatives, who "only tried to get syhat' they could out of him " Coansel then ad dressed the jury. Mfr Wal\ h contended tnat the evidence disclosed a definite ochonme ini the mind of tMrs Spann to get, hold of OGillbts ntauey,and that she was prompted to poison him when she saw the prize wsas about i to slip from her grasp, Mr Purvce replied on btlhalf of Mrs S...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAMBLER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

THE RAMBLER. --c-- Br E.T.K. We now turned our steps hntnewaod. Sam at the rear talking to his parrots, who semned to amnise him immensely, as with head erect and brilliant eyes. the livelier of the two appeared prepared to dispute the right of its being kept isn sch close confinement; Sam occasionally catching hold of its beak, till the bird indignant at tne familiarity, reversed the state of affairs by firmly nipping hold of Sam's finger, a fact that was unceremoniously annoulnced to us by a moat abrupt excla naltion. Uncle Sami's risible faculties were now for the tius being in total abeyance, in truth he looked quite solemn for a few moments, and earnestly eyed the bird, as if engaged in the solving of some new thesis in philosophy-but ihe must have solved it very rapidly, for there changed over his countenance sunch a comli cal look of unutterable disgust, as - would tax Iily power of expression to record. lie did not improve it tmuch by asking the parrot to laugh, but we are n...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DREADFUL SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

SDREADFUL" SUICIDE. On Monday people received a dread ful shock when intelligence came to hand of. a terrible, case of snicide happening at Moe. Mr Windmill the newly ap pointed stationmlaster it appears hrdl been suffering for some time from mel ancholia, and it was only last week the wife of deceased had waited on the traffic-manager with a view to obtain a holiday for her husband before entering on his duties at Moe, as he had been suffering from too close application to his work. No action was at once taken to relieve hihn, but an officer was sent up to assist him until he had become ac quainted with his new duties. Early on Monday morning this gentlemen Mr McCaw was awakened by hearing Mrs Windmill screaming out loudly. He immediately rushld nut to her' as sistance when he found MIr Windmill lying in the yard, razor in hand, and a gash in his throat. The unfortunat-o man was.then in a state of collapse aI d died in a short time afterwards, It is believed that the deceased had f...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Ex-Justice of the Peace in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

An Ez-Justice of the Peace in Trouble. --o- At the Hawthorn Polica Court a nhary hea, led old man namel William Hurst. said to he an ex-justice of the peace, was proceedled against on the charge of u-ing obscene language toir. porter on the (Glen flrrio railrway sttion. From the evidence given by a numo er of witnesses in sup port of the prosecution. it appeared that at four o'clock on the 6th April, the dlefend ant travelled na far as Glenforrio. Porter Scanlan was in charge of the wicket, and defendant attempted to rush Ihrough without producing his ticket, aossrting that hIe had paid for it and that it was hist proper'y. Scantlan replied that as the ticket hadl heen uosed it rverrrrt,,l to thr' Departre it, whereupon Hurst called him aitbsive nates?. anol also threatened to got him the sack. and havie his coat taken off as hle had done in thie c.ne of othlers. De fo ndant denial having uedr tihc languag aq alleged, and comtplainal Ito tihe bene thathe was inulthll on a previosl a...

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 — 26 May 1888

V.ltuh. :!i rti ·,.Ž.,.,,. Johin Biusnsead AND sON'S CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS T As Supplied by Her Majesty the Queen IH.R.II. Princrs, 3Beatrice H.R.H. Duchess of Albany His Majesty King of Prtigl. and His Majesty King of Bavaria. Etc. Etc. Etc. And accorded The, Legion of Honor, The Order of Villa Vicoza. J. Esdaile & Co, Ci, CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS. Awarded Gold Medal and Special Diploua, Calcutta, 1884-5, where The Esdaile Piano Gained 66 points out of a possible 70 points. Agents all over Gippsland. MAFFIRA MAFFRA ! IIPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce that they have lhave takan tihe premises lately occu pied by Mrs, Gersand, and are now offer ing for Sale a new and well assorted etock of GIIOCERY, IIONMONGERIY, CROCKERY, GLASS\WARE, TIMBER, B1UILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. NEW TEAS! ' NEW TEAS! Kaisow Buds. &c., Boxes and Half Chests. Al Value. All Goods have been per.onally selected and bought in the Lowest Markets, and wil...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brutal Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

Brutal Assault. --n Aheont hnif-p'o six n'-orek on Sttordnv night o:lt. \Mr Ri,harnl Go0vh. a spnrt 'ne inotrnlit. while in otnnrtenay stfret Nlr?th ?,Ilhnurn,. hnad orennion to gn into o rioht--nf-wav. when he wao earagely se inon hv a navnlnr mnner nte?llll a-nn Waits who residle in the nnighhborhool. and who heat hirm with nn iron har'ohon'' th?.heaed in a fearu tni manner, andr nearly broke hi; acrr. and rnhhod him of a ri;n whicll he wI e wearing. Frem the dlnc-in tinn given of his anonilnnt hv Mfr .inch Dltnr?ivn Whtitney prnenrerler to the hous? nevrpie'i hyv WVnttn, annrl rrestedr him, nne' in thre hous,,e he foundt the hbar of iron with which the attnok was narles The nffende w'r hrmogl t np at the City Court, and re manded till next week.

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 — 26 May 1888

VICTORIAN IL:.\ILWAYS. R!PARATE TENDE\If Is are invited for trh t Ere.etion of et.ls shcl nalnd plat fo.rm= at C-a,.lvili-. Narrnaan. antld Wtarrin.. tn. naot the 1.o ail Norra tne. Par ticulars at the l n *'-ir ,"r-in-chi " (s Oflce... ste.r stret. :twl at \\Warrtdsl. 3I... 11ss Sal stati,,n. I'relimi. ary del,,it in each Tel.,?.. a?ccmt.ani?l byiv t w e,.r tr.elitni.sarty lt.,,-it. ans sen rr!t,.d ""Tender 7 for ?.?i; shedt. cCe. (a·1 the cae may ,he) minet he seleysitved in the Tendelr tisx. Sr, retarys Office. Spencer -treet. Miclbournte, at or tlffore Twelve .celock testn of Mtorlay. 21.t Maer. No telrder will nece?narily he ancepted. By order ,of the C',mrni-;ivner.. P. I'.LABREITOilUC E. Secret:ary for lailrways VICTORIAN RAILWA.YS. SEP.ARATE TENDERS are invited for L the" urndtrmentioned work;, ete. Tnsslrt. accompanied by the nercessary preliminary dieptr it. antettc nrtlred "' T"tstler for- -- " (as the case msay be.) m~ct deposited in the Tetlser-hox, Secretaryle Office. ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 May 1888

VOX .PO1'ULI. PUll.llil.ED EVEI'Y SATUDIA.\Y.) t1 SATURDAYlti? , MAf 2.i, 1555. RAILWAY CROSSING AtAt~ -There omust be something radically wrong alwut tle way in which these gates are allowed to inennlnode the public. Mr. o English. on his return from the Hazel- tl wisid Concert on Thursday evening w found thi gaties to be closed against ti road traffic. After waiting in his pair horse buggy for 415 minutes on a cold tl wet night, he was cotmpelled to take the P horses out, and leave his buggy anl c: harness unprotected on the road, within 5 a hundred yards of his own door. It is tine the public should abk stwhy is this ft thus a TEsDERn.-We beg to call atttention i of contractor's that tenders are called in O our columns for work at Presbyterian Church, Boolara. DELAYv.-On Wednesday last the tmorning train to Sale was brought to a t stand near the cutting, at the ridge, v when it was observed a man was stand- r ing on the footboard of one of the car riages. He was allowed to enter,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. Players v. Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Crioket. Players c. Austra;lia. layersf, fArst inningr, 231. Auslrjl i: v3 k'ick '"tn ; : 2.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Home Rule in the Ascendant. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Home Rule in the Ascenia?t. Somne amusemlllent wans nused at t Mtrwell on 'Tuesday last, to those who were present at a discussion -between n well-knowis Homle Ruler, who is as sured in the A.M.P. Assurance Society, and a travelling representative of the Equitable of the United States As surance Society; and to the evident satisfaction of thoso present, the Yankee representative was '" knocked into fits." As the following extract will show, our local mants had a very good case to work on, and Australians will do well not to be talked into joining societies whose head quarters are as far awsay as Anmerica. The following is the extract referred to fromt the Insurance Post Ipb lished in Lufidon on the 4th of February last : American Offices in Australia.-" It has been a matter of surprise to us tihat the American soflices ever carried their well. known enterpriso so far as to estalilsh branches in the Australian colonies, where assurants have absolttely nothing to gain, and demtonstnra...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Letters to the Editor. C lI do not identmii ourselves with 0 the views expressed by our Correspon dtnt's.] Editor Mforwell Adtvertiser. A hint to " Possum Jacky " that ."The way of the transgressor is hard." TauNE-By and Bye. 'Tis time for you "Jacky" to le*oe. Your death knell is new pretty nigh, And repent, if you wish to enjoy, A share in the sweet by and bye. Chorus. In the sweet by and bye, " Poslntn Jacky" will be a disgrace, In the sweet by and Ibye He'll be scorched in that terrible place. Thy foes are a legion, and all On thy track like th ",onds in full cry, Thben off with you ".I cky' or else, You'll be caught ere thi sweet by and bye-Cho. Mrs. swears she'll have you, " Old Flick,"i Confined with her pigs in the sty, "'Tis the place for snch varmint as you" Then prepare for the sweet by and bye. Cho. The Boolarra "Burnt Stew" I declarn, Was naught, ulit a wilful black lie, Yourself is the stuff for the stew, Will be burnt in the sweet by and bye. Clho. The lasses and beau...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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American Description of Kangaroo Hanting. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

American )escription of Kangaroo Hllunting. We were under the improssion that the civilisud world had arrived at something like a settled knowledge of thie geogrnphy of Australia and the habits of the members of the animal kingdom existent hero, but the following from the New York Mail upsets all our calculations:-"'There are 6000 kangaroo skins received in Newnark N.J.. every week. They are all tanned in one large establihmoenot on Saesex-aven?ue and arc then tmade into fine shoec,....\~As traiia and New Zealand furnish kangaroo hides for the world. The kangaroos are killed in Australia. about 300 miles hack from the coastand shipped from Melbourne Sydney, and Newcastle, in Australia, aind frllm .Masterton in New Zealand, Up to IH69 tie kangaroos were killed and eaten in Ansatralia. an I their iides were cut up into lsho strings. But an Englishmian named Irlrtwn in that year disrovered the remarkable character of the leather, and brought scveral thousand skin. to this contry,. Ie t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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