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THE SMART YOUTH LAWYER WHO BUINED THE FAMILY'S PROSPEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

THEH(A1tT 'YOUTI LAWYER WHO RUINED 1rlwwAafLy'o I'OSPEBT.or Being kldthat In one of thie Bussian law courts theereIs acaebwhich bas been on the docketfor more than 400 years, we, are re. mindedof the humilating fact that our own beloved cotuntry is very young. Still, we are proud to"say that in the brief time of our national existence we have succeeded in acCamulating a large and chioe' assortment of caes which not only show our excellan in. tantions, buit give evidence that in time we will have the =most elaborate and costly colt lection of an antique law cases in thocivilised world. ??hbelleve we have no neichcbumpish lawyers as the one of whom tue story In told in London. When he was ayoung n?man his father retired frqm practice leaving the buls. ness to h Within ?u the youngp- - came home and pr proclaimed: d 'Well father ave ndone i nthree trays what you couldi t do min all the years of your practice.' - 'What is thatu my son __ 'Ihavo settledl~hat-e el ate hose't , 'Settled it...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wreck of a Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

Wreck of a Steamer. A telegram bm been ro eedd att ydn Y, (rnm Rlichmo?d River to tho efft thaat the small atcmmorComdt.is aground at the bar. The Comet is a woolen rnem l, 82 "tnn, and was on the trip ronlud Ifrom Clarneo [tlivor, when, fomehow or another, sho stunk hnrd.' the crew left her and shortly after she weut down ln .2 feet of water.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GOOD JUDGE FOR DISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

.0 1o001 JUDGE FOrVL OrTANC?. Clara (at breakfast taible)-"il don't think there is anch, if any, difference between ab. senct-mindedness and reverit'; perhaps the" latter in a more dreamy condition. Now, list night, for lfustanct, when ?eorge was here,. Sdroppled Into a reverie, and seemed tohavo gone miles and miles into drelanýl before.. ----" Tommy (interruptipg) Ill bet the. se wa? only one lap to the il? .

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelist. MOIRA. An Original Australian Story. CHAPTER VI (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

f4ovelist. MOIRA.. An Origigal Australian Story.0 "CHAPTER VI (Conti.iui)." 'I'm afraid Miss Olive' ho said in a low tone, 'that I did not impress you very favor. ably this afternoon ; the fact rwas I had h t arrived from a long journey, and in m anxiety to see my dear friend, your father, I did not pay atteitionr to dress. I hid idea of meeting ladies." "You nave known papa some tine then, said Olive, ignoring the apoldgy. "Very many years. We were by together; sad boys, I'm afraid. At a raIte we used to be flogged pretty often.. "At school?n "Of courie, at school. Wm ford? " Tho squatter did not nosw ford deftly changed the co.ve " You have travelled much, ri?" "I have, madam. It is r oin wt Then, I suppose, 1vill 5 lug stay in 3Melbourne . Well," he answered sl ly, "thatdcpend upon circumstanuces. Passions are sometime very expensive, you know, and this passion for travelling I find very much so. I may settle down here. At any rate I am very favorably impressed with the place-and...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

Si i r .my-".k.:-" e - '."..ý,"ow t,, ,?.r" . .... ch.. p t?han ..... re t ,heireison pp: to s to be t... t;, . ., , ' / .ry ar ,, apit l 31 ".t ? o , ? and! b:y.1 , the anu actu "ers .... . -l ! 11 ,h• are , . ..'-:I. !. ? ···. .. .. .. , -llwi" '":- 1' o do -. ), h. erj n,.,. ,. t h -. E, li" h d ',". .' , ', ,. from :th , -ol . • t.-,," .ct , . . .,e. ,th- ? . 'n "" • ' " ;"ý; ' . . i . ^ý,.>t ksti.J-Jf+-.i ý=tw;.:t : :...... .. '., . . . ,? 1, '?."': ..ý ,. " t '........, ? . : i.e hrAND i I8r1 h OF SUCh? ES 'IN" LIFE i 'tS e "uitto of thisr Si ret' _ae aon ' this A y supyR g n Cothng at such moderate prices that brings it within'thir'reachl The •sesin' may se asked, How can this firm sell cheaper than any other? the reason' appears to o s to be that they have " aee?s arge Capital to work on, and by this means buy direct from the Manufacturers (being a Wholesale House thepy are allowed to do this), either in the English and Foreign Markets, or from the Colonial -Manufacturers...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

Public Notice. Mathieson' Davis (Late Peek, Hudson & Raynor,) A U CTIONEERS, ? , :Land and Estate Agents, And Valuators. Agents for . J. M. Peck and Son; Gibson, Hudson and Co.. Fourth Victoria Building Society, Imperial Insurance Company, Lon don and Lancashire Life As surance Company. Wool & Grain. .Ioney in-any sums on Leasehold or F.re hold. Fire! Fire I 1 SALVAGEc SALE. SALVAGE SALE. J, D. ROBINSON . EgS to intimate that he has removed ..I his Salvage Stock to Mr. Morris' ur niture store in "TARWIN STREET. Next to MIR. HEDLEY'S, And will 'hold a Clearing Sale 'for a few weeks, J.. D. ". also desires to adknowledge the .great assistance rendered to him during the late fire, by which means'his loss, though con siderable, has been re duced. OOTS AT ANY PRItE. C. W.HOWLETT `:ARCHITECT, Brighton .Street, Flemington, ana Irelasd Street,' West Melbourne. (Oppoeito North HMelbourne Station) 'PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS PREPARED. Desigps Submitted ' Estimates give?. NOTICE ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK. ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS . VALUATORS, k. TRARALGON AND MORWELL. Government Land Auctioneer : J. D. LAIDLAW. Swor Valeator ... ... J. GRAHAM. TO-DAY TRAPALGAR, CLEARING SALE. L AIDLAW AND GRAHAM has been favored with instructions from W. G. ee y, Esq. (whose lease has expired) to sel . on the above date on the ground adjoining Township of Trafalgar without the slightest resIn,; Al hils al Herd, Horses. Pigs, Household Furnsture, Dairy Utensils, Etc. SFirst-class Dairy Cows In full profit 1 ringer, forward incalf 4 Yearling helfers 1 , steers ! Fat cows SCalves 16 Pig. I Pre bred Berkshire Sow (with young) Dairy Utensils. consist of:-Two churns, two doaen milk dishes, 1 6gal. Cream Jar, S•galdo. 2 butterTubs. pair of scalee sad wghts, Household Furniture and effects t let of sundries. Also on account of other owanr-60 hbad of mixed cattle. Tzhrm-425 cash over that amount 8...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

BUSINESS. DIR ECT OR'YS oAdrertisaementa uder this head will Se isenrte'd for Pe. W1. per quarter. 11MORWELL. DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest a cheapestand best, Oamerdcal-road Morwell. '" NY ONE wanting' aod have orhalr . t, call on C. A. S6 fITI, Hairdressdr, SCrmmerctal-road, Mtorwetl, . AV'ANAGH & HARRIS, Cheap Cash. L' Store. Drapers,Grcers, Ironmongers, A&c., Commercial-mroad, Marwel. H f EADLAND,' Painter, Paperhanger, ..e Glazier, &c., Station Street, Morwell. ' 'ELLEHIBR,'ClIubHotel, Commer. Ea cal-road. Morwell. Best brands I kept. 'Good stabling. Commercial.road, NUorwell. SAIDDnAW' GIRAHIIAM,'Onatlo' Sales: JL men, Stock, Estate, Financial, and "General. Commiselon. Agents, Morwell and IrATSON': CO., 'Goneril 'Storekeeper: Mj. 'CommercIal-road, 'MorwD l. 'Boots . and Shoes'aespeelality. - '/RIS. WILSON, rFaocy. Godds Depot, . Co.tsmero.at-strect,;MtWt - . DONOVkN,"Crlcketers' -Arms Hotel S' Commercial-street, ."Morwell, Best ales, wincs,and spirit...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

'., S mut Ldnrtls.ments. 'VICTORIAN RAILWAYB. •ADDITIONAL .TRAIN. O N and after 17th March an ?aditional trainswill leave lMoe'fr Thorpdaie at 010 pm., in onnecetion with the 5.40 p.m p ra um Melbourne. By order of the i:omaissioners, ;p, . LA&BKRTOUCHE. Lecretary for Railways. I C.TO R;IA N RAI LWAY 8. 'ChrAP Excoatoites. T1R acn? second rem ta tickete (the former to a limited exteint). availab? bý the specialsonly.gong, and for return by al edisty trains for 21 days (d~ay of eC calnioo and retur' iuechd',d), will be iued - aunder, and the trains will run on the dates speellled. The scond class return adult Sam are quoted after eottain principal stations, and proportionate rates will be barged two or from the others (as the case may be). The first class fares are double the rates for second clam; children under 16 years will be charged about half-fare. For farther partleulars, -see handbills ex : :hitd at stations. Gippland (part), Thorpe 'ulae,sdMilrldolines, ThurndayF tb ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Banyip Azais. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

The lau.vlp- Aaia. - it noto lie teitrol itnhat, attr ail, the pur tsit of tlhe h"inyip"-.will laveI to, be ankdi with -sich unplrofitable piroceedings .u tilhe' hnting of the "~liikr'litIrived 'to be. Over and over again jontple oeam to Ilave got -right -on the tracks of this ivysteriouls " Attrili.tn native," only to lind .that in the untl hlie has tiaugatl, to evade them, and tit keep his S?erets to hit sulf. The latet a.conuut of Ioled tor success, endilng in di.-coitngint failure, reaches .t "frir the inui,;l.hutrhond of Eittrou. Neatr this floiurishing townt sip is it swamp, -whtich ehas for mnore tian six years lust borne a hadt runtation as thl Ioolie of uonolatbitog .-atore fearoulle. oven than snktes and typhoid gennr.- Dark tales were toll roundiIselectors' hearthl of how dogs have been known-to fly panic stricken fron, the untianly pot; but no humtan eye haild s 'ydt rested on the mnnster. At length, however,' the'ltnur of detection arrived. Only a few days ago a reUelen...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRAGUL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

WARttAGUL WH1OW. The,-sixUthannual -how of the Warragul Lgrtitlttralt Beciety. was held- Tuesday. lat.' The inclemency of the weather mlli tated against the attendance, which we estimateplt blmout 600. The entristwamr ood; totalling nearly 1200. Owing to the wet weather t young fellow who was riding; one-of hr.:A. C. Lyon's animals-in.the' high'junsp, met with a severe accident. The hore' fell., injuring the lad internally. The' sufferer was at once removed to Lyon's Hotel owhere, under the care of .Dr. Nolan, he is pregressing i?Wroralily. -The crowded s'ate of' the show rooms rendered the work of the, judges'eomewhat difficult, and in more than one instance mistakes weremade. Ettrick secured first prize in the draught class with Admiral second, and for brood mares Messrs. Crichton, Wilson and McLean carried oEff the honors. For dry mares thebr test was-keen,' Messrs. Wilson, Henderson and English secuting the prizes. Furthe draught gild-' ing four year old farm horses, and'the spe...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cro[?] Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

Br C. "ITrcrtote, TerittV.lAtY SRRosoN, Cara or Goo HnOPr. th'oe moat·titable stnl prollihthle breeds of stock for the colony, and the moastt approved methods of timlproving the exist ing brleeds of our 'doinestic animals, are, subjects vEich hae recently receivei selch a Curgo share of public attention, sand have. been so fully and atly expounded by; lecturers, esatyist.s, anl writers to the press, that it wenloutl ahnnat.impneasihle for me to add anything whichi woul, Ie of any practical value to that which must be already well known to niost breedera who have -givn any eonSiilerition to-"the' Ilt tl?h'romlt rl s ioh:'[ tlhi to utnake, therefore, I :will eaonEoio ery ay sttention principally.to the cowiidetletio of co sfor two points of intet?st and •practical im portance.in connection with cross btreegdig, which, ailttnogh "frequently r.ferred to, are elidom explinind in anything like a -satis factory n rnesr .. . , The frst'lnint icn;nnetinn ;wth erno' broeding which I wish to d...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Stories. A DEAD SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

. r d tomas. the mantle, whose folds still cluing around me I was in total darkness-darkness solack. that at first I concluded some infernal device had been made e of to blind me. Bt, after straining my eyes in every direction, I was able to discern high above me a smallciular orifice, through which permeated a, met ed light. - Then -I eeamserb that I ;wa a?t blinad, bnt in some: sunbteerra dungeon. The surface on which I was lying was hard and cold-a atone pavemen crawled about, feeling with my hands, ede vouring to define the limits of my p Nothing was palpable to the touch, but the bare smooth pavement, and the bare snoth walls. I tried for hours to fnd dr, ut could not. 1 shouted for help; but ma came sear me.. I moust hav laid in this den two days and two nights-at least the pangs of hunger and thirst made me suppose that lenght ofim to have elapsed. The the terrible thght possessed me that I was imprisoned there to be starved to death. In the middle of the third day, as it see...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Morwell Advertiser. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1890. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 March 1890

FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1860. 'teaple of the Week. - ADDITIONAL Ta le.-Tn'anotherci?idmn the Railway Department advertise their intention-of running an additional train fromt Moe to Thorpdale. MOwUILL ATHILETIC 'CODL.- A Com. mittee meeting of the above club will be held to-night in the Mechanics' at 8 p.m. ExooestoN FARE..-Anyone wishing to visit Melbourne should consult the Govern ment advertisement re cheap eacursioes in another column. ADVANCE Otis'AND.-We seace by the " Otago Daily News," that Mr. J. F. Deppeler got first anil second-class awards at the New Zealand Exhibition for horse. tick beaus grown in Gipgsland. AoatorL'Uasl Snow.-The entries efor the Morwell Agricultural Show, to he held on Thursday next. 27th inst, close at 6 p.m. to-night. The show this year promises to be. much better patronised than those of the past. The entries already in are numerous and various many novelties being included. All who intend to eahitbit. can obtain entry forms at this office, at J. B. Mil...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CREAMED BRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

CREAMED BRAINS. Wash the brains and lay on brown paper to absorb most of the'water; fry in butter,' stirring in half a cup of milk or more with one, egg and a little flour; season to taste, and let simmer. a while, stirring constantly.' _

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUM[?] OMELET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

CI?MC OSMELET. To one cup of bread orumbs add one cup. of milk .and stir in four or sixt eggs; season with pepper and salt, and a little. chopped ham, if liked; .,fry in a well. greased skillet, fold over.sand. serve on a warm plato. Potato omelet is made by substituting mashed . potatoes .for the ciumbs: i"

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHICKEN TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Chop cold chioken very tine, put info a saucopan, season with pepper, salL ond mustard and a small piece of but'or, one tablespoon(ul of cream aed just enough water to cover the chicken; simmer allo. gether fifteen minutes end serve on buttered toast.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILK TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Toast the slices oft.bread, pile them in a dish,, which must be well 'warmed; boil some milk with a litlle salt, a teaspoonful of flour, one of buitter, rubbed together; pour this over the toast and servy hot:.'

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ROAST LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

ROAST LIVE. Take a calf's liver, lard tl an over; roll it in popper and salt, anbd .orstit in the oen with a buttered paper over it, basto it often while it is cooking, it takes about an hour to cook. When done skim anod strain tlhe sauce and servo the liver on it.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO FRENCH JOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

TWO I'R5ENCI1 'JOEhiaii··;,I,ýý SSmniith fin Paris)-' garcoCn, pailey vons Franoesi?' Garcon- Not ze Amerioantk nd, mon HolloeJonesa. Youback~from Pariso'; o N-not yet: ".,I'm at present dining on the bouileiardAV"wn't you sit own and tase a bitei 'on n

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