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EVEN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
£rEN Ur. A trtavelling man who had-long been noted for his fnult~flnding propensities at the hotels along his o?tu ifnally started a 'hotel on lhis own account. Under the flaming sign, 'Toti rists' P'ara disc,' he had inscribed the legend : ' Oldbhoy know juist what the boys all want.': One night ho entertained one of:the hotel clerks 'of .hi.travelling danys who deliarted non : early merning train: VWhen the n?woiproprietor went out. next day to hind the cause of the insuitslcroswd on lo side dfalk, he found -an:additional notios neatly painted under his own :`'ind, by George; he jiust lets them want it.'
HE WAS SUSPICIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
i W LL'.:i] SUSPOICIOUS. They had a chip at police headquarters the other day who was .run in on suspicion. Capt. Starkweather wanted to pump him a little to establish his identity and right to Le turned loose again on.the:community, and thcrefore sent u man down stairs'to bring him up.. 0'.ou are. wanted upstairs,' observed the officer as he unlocked the door. ,tWhat for?' 'Man w.ants to sec you.' iLet him want.' You come on.L '2ot much!' it took two nlei and a tu.sle to bring him up, and as he stood panting in the captain'i room that officer asked:, '\Vhats the reason ?O~tdtidt't come quietly along?. , 'I it you ,,ho ,want insot ? 'Oh. this fellow said It was a?man, and I thought he was "going to get me up here and then yell 'YcGinty' ate. 'e
Humour. THE OTHER WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Hu. .troutr. TUE OT?EIt W AY. ' Well, James,' said the senior member of the firm as the young man entered his presence, 'this is the beginning of another yeatr.' . ', - 'Yes, sir.' SThe year 1890.' Yes, sir.n' ?,You have. bcen with us-lets see --just ten years.' 'Yes, s ir.' '.Yot begun at £" per week, and swe arne no)v paying you S' I: SYes sir. . S'Whicle most convince you that honesty, integrity and perseveralice wills bring 'any man to the top. Are you convinced?' "' anui, slr.' - , \'Very good. Now, thef, I have a surprise in store for you. I have had my eye on you for some time, and I have not filed to notice your zeal for our interest. :It shall be re warded. . Next week you begin on a new deal, your salary will be.-let's see?-will be £2 12sv per week. , L hope' nd trust that- -: :' Sir, it is too latoe?: interrupted James.. '?' How too late : , ,.!Why, I have engaged with another tirnt at £2:ils., and was just coming in to give yoounotice. . .
HEALTH RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
HEALTH RULES. Dou't contradict your wife. Don't tell a man he's a stranger to the truth because he happens to be smaller than yourself. Errors of this kind have been known to be disastrons. Never. go to bed with cold or damp feet. Leave them beside the kitchen fire,where they will be handy to put on in the morning. It is bad to lean your back against anything cold, particularly when it is an icy pavement, upon which your vertebral arrangemenet has caromed with a jolt that shakes the buttons off your coat. Always eat your brekfa before beginning your journey. If you haven't any breakfast don't journey. After violent exercise-like putting up the stove or nailing down carpet--never ride around town In an open carriage. It is better to walk. It is also cheaper. 'WIhen hoarse speak ls little as possible: If you are nrothoarse itsvon't dt you any lar?i to keep your mouth sheu, toe Don't light thei firo with kerosenc. Let that hired girl dd it.' Sihe haun'tt~"iy wife a:u d children. You ha...
Concert at Boolarra. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Concert at Roolairi. O.'Frid-ay'oevroing last the lowntliip of onnhirra wis ecnlivened by ain ilniusil ninflux ofivisitlrs, ':et onn-atteding tie concert to be held in th i Proatbylrian churcl in aid of the Iliilling food. Before tie appointed time1 fir.the-np'ening of thiprogrniiiiiie.theo Inilling was packed, many standling at the back ,Mr. -Pratt, acting in tho capacity of .clorinain,(wlhieh iposition, by tlio way, he' occlpiedl ninstcerelitiably) taid they.wore ill well iiware of 'tlii'nlject for ;whicch lle concert had boun.got upi. It :wis to liolp tho-clinrilh, anti he tlt, that it was a beautiful thing to know tlat whatever our little ,difference- : tliriiilhnlt thie week .might hel that on- Siniays we could githlier ronIundi one coinnln alter undl commullneln with our God." li be lieved !tlie building was now £30 in dlbt. and. it was ito wipe off this snimll sil tie ladies aind g ;ntlemen ontl lire prgralline hlla sogeneronlly. cnolll forwiardi witi their valotmhle *-unsita...
Short Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Short Notes, Moenors.'o . F Mandon of Flirboo Fa fuon1 J. Cahir of Bno'urro haves been _ ppolritod .ustices of the Pence. t ton- meoting- will :.td1eo.ploco in tho JlecbolLe's-lL tiftou 1orthflunzclwood, thito oeoning in nid of tho fuods of the locl R'resbytorino Chourch Tho bdtohor' shop oh eontly built .by dllr.' J. Mahor, of Iloolarm, odjniniog "his hottol bng boen tdkon by Messrso. Howlett and Allen 00 in branch LotabliRRhnrenco tobihir: Maort wIl shop.
FISH CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
.-Take the meat from the bones of any kind ofecold.lsh, shich.latter put?with the head and fins into a stew-pan with a pint of "ater, a little salt, pepper, and an onion, nud a fag got of's veet herbs to stew for gravy. :Mince the, meat, and inxo it well: ,with! crumbs 'of b?read und coldpotatoes ,equal phrts, a little parsly.and sedaoning., Make into,a. cake, sooth tho white of anegg, or a little butter or iilk;, egg it over and cover soith bread crsmhs, then itry a light brown. Pour the gra'y Fver andstew. . gently for fifteen minutes, stirring it gently twicoor , thrice. sernv hot, and arnish with oticos: of lemon or parsley
The Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
:'-' ie Wh tIlerii's Court. Mfr. Foster, P.M., sat in his icapacity as M?iniii..Wairden at Moo. on .Thursdary, 27th ilt., when the hisiness was exceptionally heavy, and the mfollowing licenses wera· recnnimended ": :."JaLies Wright, Victorilai Coal Mining and Industrial Co. Cdnutral, 640 acres, Darlinrln a,thel land to Ib held undlersearch, license forS16 years, anmonnt.proposed to bo invested, .5000. nJaenos Wright. Victorian C. Al.; M anh I.' Co. Western, 550anores, Allumbeu East,",15 years? capital,Lhi00.I. x:v.t . '" :'James Wright; Victorian C. M. and I. Co., South iWostorn, .584 'acres, .)1 years, James Wrigh?t, ; cioni i'C. M. and :. Co., Northern, 544 acres, 15 years,; L5000. ?amesa Wright, .Victorian C. 13[.,i itI. Co., 100 arns.'15 years, L5000. ?Ienrt y Godridge; 'Greot -[16rwdill Coal' Mining Co., 1?or ell, 640 acres, 15 years, 01000: ' Jolmn IRollo, Orient 'Coal Mlining Co., Yarragon,.35, '15 years, ';5000. . ..,braham iand Arltur.:Milnor, Qneen's Gully Gold t 'Iising'C...
POTATO PUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Tako cold roat meat, either beef or mutton, or real niod h'm, clear it froni the gristle, cut it small, and senson either with zest,or peplper anrd salt, tid cut' picklec-boil and inash some potatoes, and innke?tliemi into ia pate iwith one or t vo egg4, roll"it out, with a :'dl t of flour, cut it rotid 'wIh a 'saucer, put somo of your seasoned lmcat on oio half, and fold it over like a piff ; pi[nck or nick it neatly roarid, nnd fry i. a liglht.brown. 'ThIsis, tie-iost elegantr method of preparing' meat tlift' hhs becan dresed before..
PASTE FOR MEAT OR SAVOURY PIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
-IASTEY FOII ]EAT 0I SAYOURIY PINS. Sift tipo pounds of fine flonr to ole and a half of good salt butter, break it into.asmall pieces;,nd.wash it well in cold ~aiter; rubb ently together the butter and flour, and mix it op il?. the yolks of three .eggs, beat together l ith al spoon, and nearly a pint of pring water;' roll it out and double it in folds three tuimes,od it is ready.
PUFF PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
PUFF, PASTE. .Tq a pound and a quarter of sifted flour rub gentlytin with the hand half a pound of fresh butter; mix up :with half a.,pint of spring water; knead it well and set it. by for a quarter:of an hour ;.then roll it out thin, lay on it, in.small pieces three-quarters of a pound more, of butteri throw on it a little flour, doublo ituli in folds, and roll it: out thin three times? and set .it by for about 'n hour i,la cold plu ce.
HAPPENS THAT WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
H'srr'ss Tai.rT WAr.-On Friday after noon we'approaich d Henry Smith, of the dry goods"firm' of Smith Bros., and suggeted that he advertise his business in our paper. He conit~ously i pimidd that he would see us il the'buckleberry ?country?wherever that ii--Iefore he-s ould do bubiness'with' us. One word brought on-another, and the result was that he knocked us- down, picked up our half-unconscious body, and mopped it around until be began-to sweat his collar, antd we were then flung out of tlih door into the send. We can't and.'don't expect-to lick -every body we bmaptup asgninst in this' country. We have chiawed up;?even for every time we have been doneo up, nid everybody nays that is a record to boast of:" As for Henry Smith, while we owe him notgrudge, we'deem it'our duty to tfind outwhere?ie'is iwanted by the police, mid'we'll.bctl j barrel' of -sgar he jumpstb ti owri insidrblt toveo ekso,
RECIPES. MEAT CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
RECIPES., lake nmy cold meat, game, or poultry (if under done, all the better), mince it fine, with a little fat bacon or hatm, or an anchovy; eaaoi itvwith a little pepper and' salt; mix wnell, and make it into smaill,cakes three iiches long, half as wvide, and half an inch thick; fry these a little brown, and serve them with good gravy, ,or put into a mould, and boil or b:Ikei it.. N .B.-Bread crumbs, hard yolks of eggs, onions, sweet herbs, savoury spices, zest,.or curry.powder, or any of the forcemeaL ;. . . ' '
EXPLANATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Ex'.iLA.ATontY.-An.,eeplanation is due to.our readers!that;still another bicach.of promise suit -hs :becnHbronght~ang~inet us, making the eeventeenth in two years. ,This time'it is.?the WYidowambers who brings -suit, and 'rhc lays'her:damago at '£166;000. Society here is'jeculiar? -:'Lone wom?oeiseek this locality to catch sa bsi h Asnd"iud ly oin. married nman'is fair godmn, 'iid' ordiary couirtesy'is 'cbistria ed to 'mean Id '~and: a prioposal. Take the tlastcase for instance. 'Mrs.:Cunmbirs'~ inlted' us to dinnher. She s.id it ,iaina'cknediedgment of the powrer 'of'tl pipess. Wiepot oni clean oiirt and 'omind diirhalr, and she to6k it to meani that we were gone on her. e spoke kindly. oftbhe way'-she boiled corned beef, and she argued that we loved her. We praised her prune pie, and she repliedathat she could be ready i' three weeks. ·-'4 !j TheL~aiteen other suits htaei all been do. cided in our faior, aud of coursetlhis one willbe. It is a liiau to capture 'us or our ctbti,;hbt...
North Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
:(atrmt oun tOvs COtSnnsrONýrS.T.i ) The nustnl monthly -tncting of the i*4". Muclhalics' institute Committeed'was h;n 1 lNst Saturday evcine.. Tl'o forms of apTJ:I tcatito for pirticilation in the boernm ?. Gr;utt to Libraries were. receired hr t ` . Secretary, who wai instructed'-to fiil it "I Five ldozen nrtr hooks Ihave heei old ?l' : thle library. Those persons residing loa-i r wit., itre Inotyot jeitoinLed the Library;shl,: n do.so. therehy shovrig that the 'eff?oit'; the cnmmittee to provide geod.reanda -, mattler nre appreciate. . 'iThe East Jereanint RIadtl School, near . A. Cranwell's. is nowI open ulnder tc:rhing of Miss Carmudv. of Mirbhi. T ,r schioI was granted in the agremenlt tici the residents find a suitable ltilildinz, t:.. G(irernment rettingtsame anid plrovidhing teacher. It is not yet known where the Diani?el;r Drill, lately working on liennlett's Cri.?tk; t, be sent to. the plant is quite dismnacn _.,. and awtaiting onlers. The lInt bore was In down to n depth...
Morwell Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Mor\well Agricultural .SoCiety. - -- --.3. - The foilowing are the judges anp;..'-'' ted for the various classes : Class A. . ,C Bassil Gray.. D-Fat Cattle J.1 Mitchell. ,, -Dairy Cattle, R. Buchanan. E D. McArthur (H. Fnrnell, woo1`. ,, F. \P. Whiteside, .,G ,. H D. Wilson, F. Barr, . Kett. I F. "ortsmn, C. Harper ...... ICK . 1 li n.-lie. . SL G. oy, D. Chyne.; ,N W. Pride. J. Fallarton. O Mrs. T'hompson. JUDJGES NOT ACCEPTED. Class A Chas Peters. 3 B John Moore. ,, G A. IIsllanu. .V A. C. Lyons. . .O Mfrs. Napier. F F. A. Allardyee. . I K Gamble.
Annual Report of the Royal Veterinary College on the Investigations conducted in 1888 for the Royal Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
Aibnuial IReport ofl tie C:iyal Vete r riinlry College on the Itvesti tititius conducted i1n I8d for d the IltoyalAgricultnral Society. r By Professor G. T. Brown, C.D., Principal of tie College. AT the coomn encementl of last year thin grant of L200 per annnin, which hlad formerly been given to the College for prmtelting tile tudlly of pIrthInlgy, in relu. tion to the diseases of cattle,aoheep and swine, wias renewed ; and the -College was thereby enabled to defray tlht.e-'et of pur clthase nd keep of disen?ed llnu:ale which i were sent to the College by menmbero of the Society and also by mnemnhers of then veterinery profession. A Iartion nF thi grunt was devoted to the proseeal:io: If experilnental inquiries in referrnce ton certain il'fectilnse of the anitoals of fith ftara. and another portiontn othe paymetnt of expensee'onnected w'iilt sperial lectures and demonstrations on partieular.dlietsees r of -cattle, sheUp, and swine. It may he observed that the extent to whlich scient...
WHY REMAIN DEAF? [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
WIlY JIlsrCy.\ DI ..F If yna have faIde to 1w cured ,Iewharm nrite rte apply to f1r AurlI 0(J1u ,4 C1unlllnnntmt ellwbrnno. Their n dow rctelllr, euntirnly ucc 15 fal nfil ,u t!!rj i )enoatr,5ltedlntlI,,uLn t watur .wphtely winsea MA noe. Nnolnw-n 11w Ilw, Ia, Vlauwlwrgea. A.. no maltlo of how Iwottgloodlolg. phlkardrn kno lougecwawiny A(10100O04l dIescriptlvle Pamphlot freon e.II. All noa pppllnueesoos o uwdl lo re aLwlowtul dtroooghout the alvlL~aca \Purld.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 March 1890
,, ~ .. . ,. Opposite Flinders St. Station.. N -IN LIFE, he mto of this m a- b to by supplyMg otmg such oderat r that brings it inthiu ther reach The question may be asked, How can this firmi sell cheaper than any other ? the reason appears to us to be, that the" hane a very large Capital to work on, and by this means buy direct from the Manufacturers (being a Wholesale House they are allowed to do this), either in the English and Foreign Markets, or fro.n the Colonial Manufactures. They then manu fecture all their own Clothing and are in even a better position (regards first cost) than the 'Wholesale Houses of Flinders Lane, who in imany cases get their Clqthing made by Contract, which contraetor makes a profit. They'are '8ntented to take, aprofit equal to the \Vholesale Trade, and then instead of selling to the retail houses of Mclbsnrie, or y~or local Storekeeper, sell direct to the public, living thet the great advantage of buying at actual Melboure Whol t sale Pris. his yten of...