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The Proposed Creamery. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
The Proposel Creamery. There was not that anmonot of alncrity "I in Saturday's meeting-which are called to consider tie .proposal to establish a creanniery-that one could have-desired,. but, altlhough some little disconcertion was s Lpparent, it is quite safe to coinclude that I the preliminary steps which were taken at, it are encouraging, and if support is forth. I coming from tlihe farmers and clnirimen who for different reasons absented thom elves, such an 'institutison should "be existent in NMoo with a short space of time:' , . Tlere were ahnut twenty persons ptesont and Mr. P. Honster, 'the convenor of the meeting, was voted to thochair. Tlhe Chairman stated the object oftthe meeting, and read the pros.ectus of the Fresh Fnbd and IFrozen Storogo Co. HIo e nsked the' genttlemen present to express tlheir'opinions as to the advisability of tim venture. Mr. Bell aid lie hail been in Melbourne during the 'past iveek and through the. courtsey of Mr. Boyle had been shown all over th...
ANOTHER UMBRELLA STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
ANOTloHI UOMDRELLA &TOBT. The n umbrella thief ireasl, he is iii earnest, and"he is shrewd. Only a fe', days ago a pugilistic ,idividual entered the corridor, of an :otel 'and rested his' all silk,' in a corner, with this; pasteboard fastened to it:.,' The man -that;, owns this. umbrella can knock down an no ,and will be .back in five minutes.' In.one minate and a half the treasured artiole: was ,gone, and in its place was this j'?The gentileisn who, took , thist umbrella"c can;w walk; t'n mile an boir and wont bekbaclkat ll ''K
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
. Agriciiltitral Gossip. The change i n the=weather is already. having a beneticial effect upon the aspect of the country and now that the sultry dryness of the Autumn has disappeared, farming operatious, which pra'.tlcally have been at a standstill, may now be actively carried out. Hitherto.it has been only possible to deal wcith fallowed laud.. A few more heavy downfalls will, however, make it uracticable to put the plough in overywherb.e It may be confidently anticipated that the prepara tion of thesoil for the coming season will be actively pursued, in order to make up for the lost time. The advisibllhty of gtting crops in early is admitted: on all"sides. Graldersn somo districts are complaining of the scarcity of feed, and if the prognosti cation of a short Autumn and an early and severe winter turns out to: be correct they are likely to fare worse. Farmers who have provided a stock bo en~ilnge or evch of dry. straw. for fodder -purposes will be repaid their trouble should the ...
THE WAY TO GET THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
THE WAY TO IGET TIEREL. Jack ,Sprinter-'.Ii am dead in earnest, Mr. Dowi'es. The fact is, I am hlieels over hesd in love with your daughter.'; Mark Downes-' Well you athletes seem to hive the queerea notios. no What's the, rensl in' turning "matory ;omereaults. E Becaused you love my daughter that way, ro you think, youcan, as it were harid: spring into my affeltions ?
Cross Breeding. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
-* Cross Breeding. Br C. HrToitlo0, V PrInt'ARnY SU EON,O.o CAre or Goon HOPE : (Continued from last issue.) Wlhen Darwin wroite the paragraph, however, hle was .informed that the soname effects of cross brooding were observed in birds, in whichl the young, are wholly de velopod oitside the nother's hnbody, and 'between which and theo.otnher there is no placental, or -vrscidler connexion;' This opinion hIs, however,' been verifidl. not wthilitanlling that no class of animals are more frequ ntly crosseiu than birds. From the united testimineny df breeders of birds, such effects of crass breeding hIive not Ibeen olbseorved in themi. tlllitlu birds whicll have ben c ronssel witli males of :a ditRferon? breel, bread perfectly, pure prog smy when sorvue with ialeos of their own breol. Thi fact i all thle mrereimiark lbl when we consilde:r that, in the case of birds, a sigl trlllending is kntownt?s It illitpregllt inlyr oZe.o whir1".1 are laidl "ii 0?ceeAillin after it. '?Tl iidllienO: of...
RECIPES. TO CURE DRIED [?]F. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
RECIPES. TO crnsE ua anai .. Take twenty pounds of beef and rub it thoroughly with one teaspoonful of pow. deredasalpeter and ono.cup of salt; Mix one tablespoonful of brown sugar with one of salt, heat and rub over the meat while hot. Place in a stone jar overnight, rub again with the liquid that oozes out, then omoke and hang up to dry.
STRONG CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
BTEONO UiECfMlTHTANZAL ZVIDJNOI; Z.td SCoroner-'.W! enlri did you osoo? Editor Hull last?'J ' P iWictnoes Yeterds? :fternoon at a;. Did ho have any Breot amount of money, with,,im that you know aboutj?' Yeso sir.' (Sensation) : !hen you- think' that his death imay ha?o ben onunsed by foul play ' } Yes, it may have been, . Now, will you please tell the jur7ut, aimounto!,o.memieyEditr Hul i ha.when yo' Tai1l@via?' 2-i ,rk" cI 1 E 1 b c * Twelvemundsizpeoaoae' t inoio
RIGHT IN THE VAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
t fs alou6T IN THE VAN. Cleverton --How do you- like our Mel. bourno climate, Miss Calumet?' . ,Miss ,Calumet''(roin Chicago)-' Oh, I think t is, dreadfil; Smany endden' 'chogee.ý'you knowr Wha"i'tI coms't huotog il nacols onandoff, Mr Cleverton, i"dto t suppose you' gentlemen age` wvlllsir to t bk e a hk eeat with say olio.'
THE Morwell Advertiser. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1890. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
FIlIDAY, 'MAROC128,'18-0. S 'ropies, of tie ltWeek.. , "EPARnTU?R.- The well known temper nnce lecturer and-Yorkshire evangelist, Mr. Matthew Burnett, intends taking a trip to England in the " Ormuz" on Frtday next, Mr. Burnett has been engaged as evangelist and temperance reformer for nearly thirty yeis;'and this long strain of hard work has shattered his health tosich an extent that his medical adviser has prescribed a year's rest and quietness as indespensable. Mr. iBurnett intends returning" to Victoria, and itis thouht probable that he will he pre. sented with a testimonial: previous to his going. ... Doas.-At ti. show yestcrlnay an old gentleman said to one of thoe stewards-Will you kindly show me the class I am compet ing inf " .Yes, answered, the steward with orc'ed politeness, it is Clnss P. Dogs, up at 'the top of the.yard, sir. :: "An c'acident happened to a young man named ' Poole," woin is:in th? employ of Mr, John itnglan,of Buln Buln, on Sunday lanst. le was trimming ...
SPEAK GENTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
SPEAR OZETLY. SI tiink,' said ,tho pasto, who was visiting a parishioner,:' that it is easie' to coax children .than to ý diso them. Gentle aoidol areO more: effectiveo than harsh ones. You "know what, t!l pmoet says:. ' "Speak gently;it is better far To rule by love than fear." 'Yes, indeed,' said the lady; 'Thcu.,sho shouted out of thoe window' to hEr little boy: 'Johnnie, if you. daant comae; in out of that mud holo I'll -break yjour back.'
A BAD ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
. See here, Lyons, you've ruined m;. In this account of- the ball I said that Mrs. Bunkerton, the famous lecturer on dress, wore nothing that was rema?rkablei': You've put it Mrs. B.' wore cothing.." That .was remarkable l' You can ;gfo th -cashier and get your money. We con't stand a man like you around here.'
Accident at Rallara[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
Accidcnt -at ,.:illeft. Shortly after8 o'rock on Tliurl-day morning? manr, igil l-1; iiamiel l'riýs Power, was found in 'an insens?ibl? "n dition At ithe redr of "Colhen'RCot'ffa Palane, Ljdinrd St, Ballnatt. It seems that Power, who had Infterl hbeen follm?, ing a threshini?fnrlhithe in the di.tricts snrrdaundlit I"Ballarat, wtnt to bed dn \Velnesday niglit abdut f1'elncie' in "a room on. tlie ourtrh storey of the'h tel. He was' then iotiwicated, was wan anso hiq, mhteo,Tohn Oumming, who occupied the same apartment, It is'?nrmii.ed' thiit Power, whhen n a dazed'condition, walke;l out of the window, falling abodt '50 feet,
A MEDICAL OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
'A MEDICAL OPINION. A medical gentleman practising 'in Melbourne writes tto j:us as .follo?rws: That an identiificatlon exists btweive. tihe ,,pidernie nowappelarin in th,taAnstraliasr and adjacent colonies and the disease .o lately: kinown in Europe and Amhrirar appears 'to be fairly well "establishlel. Arid in eonnoec'irrn ithil i t?is "lmhcalthr viritorit may n it be uninteresting top srilt ont a distinction in La Grippe Which may allay unarsliness in many quarters in to its 'v:rulence. A?lthough nt gnerally accepted, the coi:ensus of ol.lin:rnl amlongst tlhose wrionse experience renders them "capable o .'forming safe premuises as to the c-aruses "of direases allows that two phrases of influenza are rkliwn. 'Malaria is debiec.l .with the paternity'of drie kind, the othiermay be caused by a cold t mirky damp state of the atmosi.hrre. Again, both varieties may be enjoined. 'In malarial intflnenza the eiymptoms are of'a seridui nature, and effect constitutional changes more or less ...
An Unfounded Rumor. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
-n - h? . d .l.elum..... Ifr. Charles A lfre .Rnbey, of Ballalra who was arret'?d in .Wednesday hight is i .' the city 'byCOnnstable Rogerson oh "a chargeiof enhezzlin? money belonging to. Mr. Allison, of Carlton, rwas"brdught' before the police court to-iday and dis chargea. it 'seams that Mr. lRobey, who is well known in business circlesin. :,elbiarne; calls I on inspector Parkin-; son on Wednesday night, and stated that his wife had "inmoremd lim by letter that ." n warrant had been issned fonr 'his. rresthi 'for alleged enibozzlement. - The- charge.'l proved false, aiid lhe oas dischiarged.
Mrs. Harrison Lee. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890
SMrs.. Harrison-l.ee; Mrs. "_Trrison Lee,.. lady lecturer oh temperance, on Montday evenfin last, gavo"a most interesting and impressive discourse on "'The.Dnrk Side of Mrlbonrne Life " in'the Presbyterihn Church. 'Tho Rev. 3~irray intriouced Mrs. Lee to those present, when the eitted ltady hean 'her dioo-r's dnring. which .she pointed on.t the evil effects '.irod!need not only dn thsco now suffering from its eniss. but those. born in sin, those. ',hios 'life iwis to' prove a curs to them throigh an hereditary taint. "While drink WhB in thc:lahd " said 'the lecturess " the rioderite drinker wonld hepgt the drunkard, nnd the drnnlard the dlirsnmaninc." She told of the hrartrendinu scenes she had seen in' the goals, the dark alley of the great city of Melbourne, the hilded halls of vice and. debancher', and pleaded with those who were present to help by their example to driv te t ?e Purce whidh dnnsed thit'from the fne of their hentiful land. and hy the Iniv of proilhition,"find neade...