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Carriage of Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

* Ciarriaic nf Fruit. 'A deplrthini , rdpro3enring the fruit grdiwer of thie country distric;;'waited upon the liitlway ('lCdtiniuntr·o on .'Tuesday to nree thnt edirta'n imnronvemmnts and .on. resaions shliould he made with referqngC to the exiting syste?m un1 ir nhioh the frtit is carried on the Victorian Railways. .1r. J. ,T Shillinelnw, s"-ratnry to the FBnoar of Viticulture, introticed the deputation, who nsked "that a r.douction should be ina'fe in the minim un w, ight allo'wed for parcels of fruit as m r:hanrdise, and that. smaller parcels sholdb be carried a listalifee of 100 at In. At prons't the minimunm weight is 001h, and the freight per 100 tmils . I. 6d, by pIns?nog"r and In. by g'On? trains. If the Inower rates were nlioe,;l,. it ?noin contended that the grow-ri wiwumltl he eg'datly iUehefited,. an 'tihy would rece' e more orlers direct fiom consumers, nid thabnt the. latter woulid share tteatrant.ge, in tihat thie midlcemnnh's lfrofit wouli hobi sn d. " Comolaiuts ny...

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

The Norwell Athletic Club. The number'f eompeitors iri the varionus events to be ratn on ' oster lonlayr; uadur the anfpices of th aouvle club. .,s will be I suee bLelow, are .-eredit'?l-*o < d. ,lot onl: as to numbers, a d a?s regar.is pedescriaun, c and rthere is no doubt with fr, weather the It g athering wil 'prove as 'leat a succss as It t Ihas h-retofore. Mr. W. J B -ss"l[ 1 as been indef'athtrhlu in st'l, ei the wants of visitrnr is every en...t-lahle m'nner so that f w ea prothisu th:,de wh, a: ten:l a gýrm.l day'a i uting. .Appele:d hre the aocceptanccs :- t SHEFFIELD II.LNDICOAP. DW. W. alnt, urth Melbourne 6 T. J.. Childs. M.affra .. ... 6 '1:. R. Bvrehad!, Balvyn ... J Mathlees?n, 3 tra ... ... 'g J. J. O!ee n, Oeolong ... ... 10 p E. A.' Scott, Geclonng ... .11 , •J. Stafford, Cnoroaman ... 11 J. T. h,1ikzer, M3tra n.. 1.. 1 W. .hthriilge, Sale ... ... I 1 '"P.' 'Y Meara. Hillside ... ... 12 n W. Silver, Ca.rlt, ... ... IS R. Melnnels, D.rlimarln .. 12 A. Kee...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Influenza Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

'The Ittlhnlnetai Ephl Cniic. Theri is oitthing frdslh'to afntn fith, respect to the notbreak of influenzia heyind the Fact'hat. revinrts aRe coming in from variolus suburbs, to thei effect that it is eteunding its area of attack and its growthl in ihiti~ nity; and as "an "instance of this it may be moimtionnd that on'e inedical practioner in Fitzroy has i15 cases of influenzn, out of a tuotal of 66. under his prnfessional care. i~fost of the miedical omen'regard it s' the true disease that 'has bcan making itself so unil nasintly fe!t ihn urope; bit 'although this is the case, it cunnot he said that the disease is malting its appearance in the cnlony for the first tiine. It was thought by many thtt the present oiitbrleak df sickness. is nsthibh more thatn the ordinarr .March visitation, and tant thle faect tnat t is practically the saime as the IEuropean inflnudohb is really an identification of the disease which under thart name haes haid stich an enorfnfus effect in liurop i ntu ...

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

CLAM OElY. One pint of clams, take 'offthe heads and chop, three eggs, flour for batter, season with salt, fry and serve hot.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Oar ,lelbsoirei&Lerter. Tit:re are not many joint Ist?k crem panies, large anl small, wrhose pr, its , ,xceed one-third of their capital is th.* course of any one year's trading, still less' for three year's running. Never=r thele's. the M'Culloch CUre'ing Con- n prny inited, have saeotiplishe thi ds feat. Mr. .io~nea '("1Pnlolrh, in presid ing over the sixth half-ycarly meetting of the coampany thebother day. Was able to tellthe 'shreholders that the profits of their three years" trade equalled the capital of the co!uliany, and left'£l1'.S7 to sparre; ad:l the dividenid. thee had paid were "80 per cent'opon their investedl capital. 'They hald provideil for all had T ilehtW; hrid plt by £1I.000 as' a reserve futl;d: anil propoedl to pav'a 'dirideld, nna buione at a rte of i20 per cent. c 1 VWhlen lIokiti over "figures like 'these, the first thinri that strikes nrio is that carrying goods from pilac to place tne.st; ihea ntroao husinoes andl the second thing is that M' Culloc...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

238 FLINDERS STEE.. 'Opposite Flinders St; Station. .. ý - ++ ..... . ` iiiinimiinmuii; . .. ... , ·: ,.· D E W LL AND SUR . OF SUCCESS IN. LIFE is the motto of this.. question ' may be asked; How can this firm sell cheaper thaniany other ? the reason appears to usto be,.that they have a very large Capital to work on, and by this means buy direct'froni the Manufacturers (being a Wholesale House they are allowed to do this), either in the English and Foreign Markets, or-from` the Colonial ?slsnufacturers. They. thentrunnui facture all their own Clothing and are in even a better position (regards first cost) than the Wholesale Houses of Flintei-: " Lane, who in many cases get their Clothing made by Contract, which contractor makes "a profit. Thely are contested to take a profit equal to the Wholesale Trade, and-then instead of selling to the retail houses of Melbourne, or your local Storekeeper, sell direct to the public, giving theu the great advantage of buying at actual Melbourne W...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Good Stories. A DEAD SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Good St ories. 4 A 'DEAD SECRET I was verythi.a nd weak with: onfei. mn~nt and privation, but I soon recovered my health and strength. I must say that I roade up by good living for my former c.mpulsory abstinence; and both in B ussels and in Paris, to which I next diectedmysteps,. I lived onithie best. or ficent restaurants in the- Palais Royal to dine. I had ordered my meal from the carte, when my attention was aroused by t a small piece of paper which had been t slipped between its leaves. , It ran thus: 'Feign eto0eat, but reatino fish. -bEemeaT i the usual time at your diner, to+disarm se? phleon,? but immediately' afterwards make yoeur ?ay`t. England. Be s?re, in' passing through Loadon, to call on Hildcburger." tl I had ordered a sole au gratin; but D when it arrived managed to throw it piece by pieco under the table. When I hl.d discussed the rest of my dinner, I sImmnoned the gaconanda aked for my bill. You will pay the head waiter if you please, Monsieer," he said. The head...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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NEW YORK'S BOY SOPRANO. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

NEiw rOml'c DDo SDPIANOn . StGeorgo' aChurch, corner Marcy and Giaes Avonues, Brooklyn, is said to have the inest boy, soprano in othlo United Slates.: Hisi ,voicoe is. so ?!wonderfully f ntnine that it is difficult to believe such a volume" of melody comesa from a boy's throat. H:o iangg two : solos Christmas' morning and during- the remainder of the service a couple of delighted listeners made wagers ss to whether the singer-whoim they could not see-were really: one of 'the surpliced choir'or ac woman hidden from view.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS INTERFERENCE RESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

MISCIE-LLANEOUUS LNTRKFEIEaNCE 0ESEN 0D. A late respected general manager of the eSt: -Paul Road on 'one coasion appeared at the repair shops of the"company in this city, aol beeioming interest, in the work of one of the mechanieo, remarked: Youngman, it 'seems to me you are not doing that correctly.' The workman looked up.with supreme contempt at the stranger and replied promptly, 'It's none of your business, you blamed idiot.' Thi' nettled: the old man,' and' in a, voice, trembling with rage he paralysed, the oechanic with , Yes, sir, it is'my business. I'm the manager of this road.'. Excuse me, sir,' responded.the poor fellow, %lI was not aware,of the fact, but you eea-when a darned tool comes around here we: can't tell whether he is the manager or nobody.'" The: oldgentleman saw the point and passed on.• .-:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Agricultural show. - 'FOURTRHANNUAL GATHERING N.'otwithstanding the ori: propostica 'tions'in the early part of the week, the .:'bdayhrok. fne dfin teilda thoe day dia ' *thiclitt-hiad beie decided to hold the ioturthi'airiual gathering under the':tus ".pices'oE the Morwell, Narracan, and SIMirboo 'Agricultural iand Pastoral ISociety. :Thio ;ipr'ttylittle shlw grdunrl p resented'the usual Scenre of bustle and S". activity,: horses here, chre,' and :every ! whore, "wlile the varicino pdns 'dn- the Siroritlhern side attracted tunnyy lovers of cattle, sheepj swine, etc. From early imorning rviito'rs from"a'ill parts ' flocked to the ground, anid slhortly ifter 'noon tihe number present 'was qujite .1000. A piarticularly good feature in this yehr' s show was thfivariety bf e'lilbits, nearly ove rysection iii thlovarious c'lases beling repressrtdht ' COlass:C., of course;' took :the riumrircal palm;,i butidairy and farm' I produce, cattloe swiie; &c., o ere well: :represented, wh...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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A SPORTING PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

A SOPO|TIN PIROPOSITION. "Loo?'y, hereo, mister", old a tramp, m rta gedo'unkempt and dirty, as heo walked up to a couple of travelling men.o '".I;ooky', hre; to either'ofyou two fellers aonythiig much im the iportin linllo " and ho, grasped his, gar mcnto over hi, stomach'a hb' made thcin quiry.Rj t rc> 2i' . .. ^'f:ýKhut ;do ,you ,waoth with t aspurting S' ,Well,,' iso.cithoar?of yeouo'tportso 'That's what I'wancs to know firsto" i:, ""?"'"' "Cy'mi~d, 'iie~aometiwm iuk~eo a het, if hao en?'get r good nco. BDut wliht do" you . n".antasomebody to get .rieh bettin' that -Itin S'a thin}' irty il in thirty dnys....Ald: it on'.cost himt ceht o faras Iam o cerned-nothln,:b th bitrd:; ' ! .:... .;.:

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Novelist. MOIRA. An Original Australian Story. CHAPTER IX. MR. TRILL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Novelist. ti MOIRA, oe Aq Origiqal Australian Stork.o A CHAPTER 1 x. - p - r. I At.TILL AGAIr. "A bombshell, sir, scattereth t : estruction. -A direful and most pestilent T machine." -.Marcus. I A. few days after, this rencontre, Ned Arden, passing through the outer office of his father's wvnrehonse, beheld the stranger who had aroused his ill-will. Face to face with g hmn; the Toung man's l were 'iuitcnsltted. The ieculiari resZ1 his ngalar and disjointed ti , have excited in the ordinary nbh rioity, -at rd perhaps amusement. t made Ned Arden angry. What r such is ".follow-such foreign loo o. ll. sort of fellow-to know tha r r . while he, hnimself, ha eer life, could not *kt h ' reasonable is that pi I on we call love so utterly egotistical is i?nt insanity we are all, at one period or other of our lives, sure to be afnlicted with. "Whom do you wish to see, sir?" asked Ned haughtily. . The gentleman raised his eyebrows. "I want to see Mr. Arden," he answered. "My father, I presume,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

LaildW & Graham:. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson'S& Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE,' FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL CO iSSTiON AGEVI'T S VALUATORS, -?c?r, - OFFICES:. * . 'TRAIRALGON AND 3MORWELL. 'Government Land Auctioneer;: J. ~D.LA2IpLArA. Sworn Valuator ..."".. . GRAHAM. :PRELISI WARY NOTICE. LANDIl. LAD. L ADLAW k- GRAIIAM, 'instraCtca by - . Cowie, Esq., will sell at an early date HIS splendid farm, consisting of 320 acre Il'i I?iles from Morwell; 3: paddocks ; fencing.post and rail nnd; spar. Pirmarient creek. 80 acres sown down; balance, good scrub land. 2.roomed ,house; timber, blaek-butt and blue-gum. Lease ,hold, 11, paid up; I cash; balance, 1, 2, and 3 years at 6 ,per 'cent. interest. TIRARALGON. rOS-NDAi. MARCH 31, 18s0. LAIDLAW & GRAITA1 will sell-at their yards S Heiters, springing 10 Good store ccws 25 Steers,.2 yr-old 80 Poddis 32 Heifers; 2.to 8yrs -onla .d 20 3-yr-old steers from Toongablie. Also on account of owner- -25 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

"BUSINESS ~DI RECTORY .Adve'tisemeoits . under this head twill re inserted for. 2e. . liper qiartser. . MORWELL .'-, A' DONALDSON,,Merchnnt. The oldeste £1 cheapest, and best, Commercial-road Morweall. SN OE 1 anting n good shave or hirt /;a:hut, call'onCO A. SM ITII;,Hairdresser, Comme'rcial- rad,'Morwell. " IAVA. 1 AG1i I JARnnis, Chenp Cash .J Stored. -Dragr'roc?rs, Ironmongers, lc.i Commerla nl a l, Morwell. JIBADLANDFaInterl Iaperhnenger, " laeier,&c.i Sattlo Street, Morwsell K"ELLEHER, ClubMobtel, 'Comser " Dial-road, Morwell. Best brands kept. Good.; stabling. Commercial-road, .eorwell. LAIDLAW ..sGRATIAM,, Cattle Sales. men, Stock, Estate, Flnnnciel, and. General Commissione Agents, Morwell. and. Tranralgon. SATSON &. CO., General Storekeeper; Commercial-road,, Slorwoll. Boots tenud Shoes it speciality. ; M RS. WILSON, - Fancy GOods Depot; ..J Commercial-street, oraoll. . ; DONOVAN, Cricketers' Arms. Iihtel P. Commerclal-street, . Iorwell. ,:Best ales, wines,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Public Notice. Mathieson f Davis (Late Peck, Hudson & Raynor,) AUCTIONEERS, .Land and Estate Agents, And Valuators. Agents for ' .J. M. Peck and Son; Gi.bson, Hudson and Co.. Fourth Victoria Building Society, Imperial Insurance Company, Lon don and Lancashire Life As surance Company. Wool & Grain. eoney in any sums on Lenseheld or Free hold. Firel Fire ! SALVAGE SALE. SALVAGE SALE. J, D. ROBINSON DEiS to intimate that he has removed B his Salvage Stock to Mr. Morris' -fur niture store in TARWIN STREET. Next to MR. IIEDLEY'S, -And will hold a Clearing Sale for s few weeks, J. D. It. also desires to acknowledge the great assistance rendered to him during the late fire, by which means his loss, though con siderable, has been re duced. BOOTS AT ANY PRICE. C. W. HOWLETT -ARCHITECT, rlighton Street, Flemington, and Ireland Street, West Melbourne, (Opposite North Melbourne Station) PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS PREPARED. Designs Submitted Estlimates given. NOTICE Misses F. k&...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

WITiAND HUMOR. She Knew it was roming.-lHe (at the ball)-' Do you know I have decided never to get married?' She (hrastily)-' Let us go into the conseorvatory.' Whlen.you.see aman who kisses his children in 'publi, you may be pretty sure tbit ho keeps the seats of their pantaloons ?oll dusted at home. Jisi playing -Mr. Jack Diamond Yiu hardly:look on ourn marriage as a r!ousr:thing.' Mrs. Jack diamond Why how could it be serious on 400'ai ,year ? Drs. Smitten- Bobby, you bad boy,; have you'been fiighting with .Tommy Slim. son again ? Dear, dear I I ahall have to get oen a new suit'. Bobby-i.Thats noth ing, mai: Yout ought'to see 'Tommy Slim. son:i His ma may have. to get her a new Most- women'have-Caller, How old is, your sister, Johnnie?' Johnnie- Belloe? O, she has two ages.: One in the Bible; that's 24;' the other is the one she tells pcrple 20' Bele (suddenly appearing with terrible emphaisels)- ohnnie mother wants to peak toou. ys B Righteonsly indignaat Barber.(suggEs rivel) Y...

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CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

CONCERT AND BALL   A concert was held in the evening in the evening in the Mechanics' Institute in aid of the funds of the Morwell     Brass Band, Mr. Date in the chair. The attendance, though appreciative was not so large as was expected The first part of the programme opened with an overturn by the band ' Rose and Thistle," which was very efficiently tendered, followed by a comic song "I   can't get at it" 'by Mr.Miles. Miss.   Betheras then sang " Jessie's Dream" very creditably. Mr.Irvin's recitation   " Waterloo"' was a great treat, next   followed the " Sword Dance" by Master Timms, of Trara!gon, which was admirably performed. Mr. Hannah's     comic son "Ii eilluln't' agnin brought down the h'u.oe, while Mrs. Willimins' sonig" W"on byr a Tsi?e' nWas v6iry well: rendered indeedl.' Mbiss .Khinhr also ac.nlitteld heroeslf snllndi llv. in "'"1'harl O Fivnn." :'A . I...

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Supposed Fatality in the Bay [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 March 1890

Supposed Fatality in the Bay. The police at Port . Melbourne have been informed by Mr Alfred Monk, 157     Rouse-stree,that his son hired out a boat to a man name unknown at about, 4.30 on     the afternoon of Tuesday. Thd man took the boat from the town pier, and promised to return at 7pm. The boy waited till midnight, but the man did not return. At Wednesday the boat a was found on the beach by two men named Johnson and   'Hlatts without the gear,    

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HE SAW THE FUN. HOW WICKWIRE DIDN'T PERFORM A SIMPLE LITTLE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

HE SAW THE FUN. HOW WICIKWM DIDN'T PRErORM A SIPILE LITTLe TIDIC. To make an egg stand on end withuat breaking the shell, place, a small looking. glass level on the tab'e, face upward ; take a fresh egg, ehake it violently so that the white and yolk mix, then place it upon the point and it will stand in equilibrium.. This was a.newspaper clipping young Wickwire read in an evening paper. Young Mr. Wickwire was very fond of par lor magic and would turn himself into an amateur magician on a moment's notice at an evening party or elsewhere. So he carefully cat out the aforementioned paso.. graph for future reference. A few days after that he was invited to a little private party at a friends, and as Wickwire was always called upon to help entertain any crowd he might happen to be in, he brushed up a few of his old chest nuts for use on this occasion. A happy thought struck him, as he ran accroses the newspaper clipping the afternoon before. He read it over carefully so as to teke in all...

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

1ýeeipes. Lemonsoe will keepreshber and better in. water than anything else. 'If.they are put into a' rorck and covered with.water they wil'keep =for months and the peel be as fresh as the day they-were put in.' In the' winter time be -careful they don't get frosted. In the summer time change the water about twice a week. This method' had been succe sfully, tested. : Tea, or coffee made hot (not .at all scorched) iefore the water is: addie, is much stronger and more fragrant. By putting three or four teaspoonfuls of tea in 'pot and setting it in a warm place, before infusing, it will be as strong as if made-with five or sis spoonfuls without the warming and be much more fragrant. Dow many good cooks know that vege. tables of disagreeably' strong flavors can be improved by tying a emall. piece of bread in a little muslin rag and boiling. them together? H.ow many have tried placing. some vinegar in the stove while cooking onions to lessen the odor ? Parsley. seed is as usiful as celer...

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