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A Foolhardy Proceeding. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

A Foolhardy lProceeding. ----+--- A respectahlv-dressed" yrinng man created a coiisiderablo i unt iilf of ex-. citentent near the Queen's Wharf rester day. Hlo deliheratoly:pluligod into the rieor and swamn out to:midstreamn, when Ite was J-bserved -to throw up his hanuds and sink. ' Thu seconld mate f thli' 1)awn, witnessing'thu man's erratic "noveritonts. at once ijmped into. the,water ind .dived." for the foolish man, oarid lifter'i:onsil?eiabl difficulty succeeded in, bringing him ashore. - I-Is appeared.to be :quito dr.atnged; whether'it 9was fromi drink, insanity, or \the shock, cannot be said. At -first hae declared that he was General Garfield, and snublequdntly said thatlhis noae was . 'Morpan, and -that hi was a railway employe, ioiding ac t IIaivk strret, 3W ?>t IMelbourne. H16 was rerniandld to 'thoi hospital for treatment.Ais -

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Morwell Advertiser. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1890. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

T I-I 1? Fillua. , , API' ^I I., 11:0. 'folies of the W'rr'iik. PVnSTProNsEINT'.-Tih nrlal flrinihltlt chittle sales will notlhe held in Mna'well on l otday o n acoiunlt of lh ].aster l[ollhlnys. OU 1. ' nrci.crm:Y.-'Ihose int onio n a r lany time to visit t1 ,lba.r.,.c, to secu'e no'. Inecommnoduioin .'h ilhl cionstllt I onr 'directory on the ftlot pIWO. TO OUR Pn TIsllS.-T-'? slI:ttritslr -Olte'o will he clo1d to-.Jay ,.d 31to'l y next, Good Fiaiiy an; d Ealsar Monday. P? rnenDi:ErTutiASi.'.--The Thlrl dale Sports ale to be hwld on Mo ondai, 21ist inst. A *.gran l concert mid hall is to be h:ld in the 'MechaInlics' in the cvening. FOIITTInI T BE 11 :ttiso.--,Mr. 1W. It. Stephenso.n whose premises wiiti othirs Sweremdte troyed by the Sile is temporarily *mrryilng oil business a littl way back fromn :the street. * GntCULTtArnAl SOCIETY'.-A meeting of 'tbohe above society will be held on Sat irday afternoon to pass prize moilcy nwardedl at Ithe show and settle otherliabilities. 3lonR...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Cross Breeding. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

Cross 1- Breeding Bly C. fltrrnttl0x, VLT:erusltS.I: SunIcoo, Ca. C.r (1001) liroP. *(Continued from last is?s:.) M3r. Chas. Le, sun.. President iof til r''art Itugg.ens l'arm.irs' .s?sociatios, .also ruf:s to the influenel which au l im porne or ro.s-b-el f,:ialeu exulci-es 1n t purelbredl a.nle a itli which it had bleu iated .I dI not think, however, that l.her are any solli grolnls for litl a be lief, rltwitih stlnfltin the two ii;nstanles adilllcl Ib M[r. Stlreet in sunpport elf it. Certainly if it were ii fact, it would hi:vo hmI i most di1iulgingo itilition le aginst the cltabli -h alent of any pole breed of lnilslal ; for,l in th.u uarly forllioi.n of diistinct breeds, Sliioe of pore broeed lhas inva.riably moire crosn-bired fui.ilesa to osrve 1huln ptlo-bredl If thller i such on infli·tceo whlih o.ccasionally im0kes its apilloiraneo in the Irog?eny of thue Malll with plre breld feoiilhes wlich hoe serves sobl'sequently to hOilig iliated with crosti-brlds, it uillIt ie an int...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

Arigrllt ii0r1 G oossip. I Thie irrigation conforence eniabled MIr. Deakin to set the community right with regard to many macttters. MAor par-' ticnlarly wan tiis'ths case in connection with the fininciol aspiect of the question. A section of the press, public, and Par lincent hare for some time been nursing a well-dercloped bugbear to the effect that the colony was spending a great dlnl more on irrigati?n thaln it would ever get back. But so ifr this " great leal " nappears.to be a very smnll sum l inldeed. 'There ire but 25 trusts .es tablished, and upi to 'date thlese have invested only £283,000 in their irri gnlion works. Thie nationnil ieailworks have absorled £18(,000.or"but little more tlhn the cMeAsrs. Chaffey Brothers have expended on their two small " colonies." Ultimately '£1,187.000 will be spent by the various trusts inl carrying out their reticllnaion works, and nearly a million will Ib required for national liead works, or say £2,500,00' nltogether, allowing for furth...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Victorian Institute of Engineers. BROWN COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

Vi'ctorial Institute- of EIgineers. BROWN COAL. A rPA'ERn RAD DEFORE TIelE VICVTORIAN INSTITUTE or ESOINtas its, M.snIIC fi~TIl, 1890, nY Mn. EDWARDcn SEITz. TcI recent discoveries of brown coal in Gippsland are of such vital imnportance to the industrial progress of Victoria in particular, and of Australia in general, that I feel it my duty to .Iny before the memlbers of this Institution sonue itn formation which may be of use to them, and to all thoseittetested in the develop ment of Victorian Brown Coal Mines. When we take into consideration the large sums of money annually sent from Victoria to the neighbouring colonies in exchange for their coal and compare this amount with the annua? production of brown coal on the continent of Europe, where in some parts it is almost exclusively used with good results for all heating purposes, it is natural that we must comei to the conclusion that brown coal must be equally vailuahe for its here in Victoria. Should we be able to find our own...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Morwell Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

3olrwell Athletic Club. r is aganin upon us, and with it, of .e, the pleasant little gathering wl nnutally takes place under the :oIs of thie .Morwell Athletic Club. [.,weeks past now hosts of 10. men have been getting their ntJs ready for the final struggle. Anlatter of course everyone has their ovinrticular "dead bird" for this onat event, and the pencillers are e(tetlcing work in earnest., Every thiis being done by the conuittee to tl the meeting a success, lad .to pdo for the comfort 6f visitors. Mr. bill deserves the greatest credit for hiflagging zeal itt condtlucting the It of secretary, and we feel certain hill be rewarded by seeing a large *nrpresentative gatheringon M.1onday n The Chamlpion race this year S'cause somle excitemellnlt, as, tall won last year in evert time, tig Goo. Bingham. This year the uion is--Will he win again, and become the absolute owner of-the aly? or is E. A. 'Scott going to hkc 15sees.? . Time will tell. hie following are the acceptances for variou...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

missellaneous. Certainly nab-(Applicant hands in somewhat wors doeament).-Lady of the house- Ahl, this is your' character,' is It?' Applicant-' Yes. ma-am. You won't mind it being rather soiled and gone, I suppose ?' A boy with a future. 'Tommy,r said a youngster's mother, ' there is a great big blot on your copybook.' ' No, mamma, you're mistaken. That's only a period Our teacber is awfully nearsighted" A Temporary Gap in Rooiety. - First Newsboy-' Are yer goin' to do ball dis eve ?' Second Newsboy-' New. Me taylor forgot ter put a handkerchief pocket in me dresecoat and I had to send it IneDngroU es.-4lfrae you 606 a %lik aspeets to Blacklot- ' Wal, I've beern that he has sanguinary hopes of bein' a missionary.' She ??H'ian you ever attempted to de. pholgistIoats the eophratio mmisoibility o the pueumatological anhydrousness in. volved in the myrioramic protoplasm ' He-' Well, not exactly. But 've eaten scrapple.' A man who itches for fame must scratch around lively to secure it. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

Lai.hw &; Geha.m. Laidlaw. and r aharn, (Late Marriage, Law renson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE S ALESMEI, STOCK;' ESTATE, FINANCIAl, AND t. GENEHRALCOM1MISSION AGENTS VALUATORS, Ac. fir . OeICES : t LRARALGON ' AND MORIWELL. Go' en?icnctILatid 'Auctioneer : J. D. TAIDLAW. Sworn Valuator ... ... J. GRAHAM. P'OSTPONEMENT. O ~ account of the .estcr IHolidi?s w:e will not hold our usual fortnightly sales on 1Monday Iext. LAIDLAW A GIIAHAMJ. GEO. EARLE. " MATTIIIESON & DAVIS. J. ENGLISH. PREL.IINArIY NOTICE. LANDI LAND I .TAIDLAW & GRIAIIA?I, instructed by " R. Cowic, Esq., willtsaell at an early date ;IIS splendid farm, consisting of 820 ' o. ariee, 11 milcs from lorw-ell, 3 paddocks ; fencing post and rail and spar. 'ernmanent creek. 80 acres sown down; balance, good scrub land. 2-roomed house ; timber, black-butt and blue-gum. Lease hold, 11s paid aup; , cash ; balnace, . 1, 2,-and 3 yeats at 6 per cent. interest . TRAFIALGAR. -TUESDAY APRIL STi. 1890. 'T. IDLAW...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

- SUNDAY SERSVICES. CCIIItCIIOF DNI1LA'1)-DIvlino aervkci will be hed o 010y atolw, -Mornoll, Il-ow,m and 7I,.05- Sir, 1t5Oi..A WESLI'XAI CfllUdIl -Dlriolo o,,o~w, will So lhrld next ba ty la ollowo -Mwoell, 11 port add 7 p~a. Dflol~old, 2.30.IO Mr. Linder. SALVATION. AIIIY.-i~very F'rilay, `opso` olr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

Public Notice. Mathiesonu IDavis (Late Peek, Hodson & Raynor,) AUCTIONEERS,. O ,Land and Estate Agents, And Valuators. Agents for J. N. Peek and Son; Gibson, Hudson and Co.. Fourth Victoria Building Society, Imperial Insurance Company, Lon don and Lancashire Life As suranee Company. Wool & Grain. Money in any sums on Leasehold or Free hold. Fire! Fire II! SALVAGE SALE. SALVYAGE SALE. - J, D-IOBINSON BE(S to intimate that he has removed his Salvage Stock to Mr. Morris' fur. ilture store in TARWIN STREET. Next to MR. IIEDLEY'S, And will hold a Clearing Sale for a few weeks, J. D. R. 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. SC W. HOWLETT ARCHITECT, :.: 2righton Street, Flemington, and Ireland Street, West Melbourne. (Opposite North Melbourne Station)' PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS PREPARED. Designs -Submitted Estimates given. NOTICE MVIisses F....

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Novelist. MOIRA. An Original Australian Story. CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

Tlovelist. MOIRA, Aq Origiqal Australian Storkl ° CHAPTER Xl. (Cie;,tiued.) Ills father did not disapprove of his son's intimacy with at class of people to denounce which was his cue. 'As we have seen the elder Arden was a man of keen perception, and he knew very well that the man of the peejle only remains so until the people have hoisted him kito a secure position. Then no man is so r ady t neurt 'the mob," none no pronounced in his'coriviction that what is termed popular liberty, is butpoputar loeltae. He is then ready to declare there wereene rights superior to those of property, and that the .wild theorio. which, in hit earlier political career be conceived to be troth, were but the crude impulses of inexperience and a false enthusiasm. Bless it all-let its count the liberals of these days on our fiagers. Grant?'dead, Gray dead, Lalor dead, Don" dead-thy°y'0r?out'or~ the calculation But Du~iy, the rebel to hs'smIe, e, stow aiding witth the unionists, and pleeii"dlf Imperial Fed...

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

Poet~try. I RAvn the letter yet, Minnie, Tou sent the very day That gave your first-born to your arms. And I was far away. I saw through every trembling line Row preciou was the boy, How pleasure shook the weakened hand That wrote to uish me joy. Of all thy mother', little ones, The plaything and the pet, Poor children, lovingly they come To rock the cradle yet; And, knowing not how sound his sleep, All arts to wake him try. Aima I from so much love, Minnie, To think that he sbhonld die l Look t the small pure hand, Minnie, Bo motionless in mine, baamy Ager tiriag A- .aeI fas lne"in m?h? Its touch will linger on my hand Till my hand too is cold. Our Bridal day; that summerdl yl. -: 4. Dolt thou remember now ? Joy's bloesoms were unsullied then As those about thy brow. Thank God I I have my fair bride still, And, by thy loving eye, Thou wouldet not give me up, Minnie, E'en that he might not die. A Heaven of safety and repose; Ah I should we wish him hack From its clear lights and tho...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

.Out: ielbourne Lttecr. Th'e strictures whlih hI we bo.n passed a pon tl? diatoriness of Mlinsters i i calling Parliament together have upparently prolhcedl some effect, "for there i, a talk ro\ of an earlier meeting than was ori'it:illvyintnOled. 'hle gentlemten who so kinolly, if not always so jllicionisly. manage our affairs for ts hlave therefore got to work upon the 'Bills they oar respectivelychiarged with, and soon after the ECaster holidays we aly oxpect thlie L.egislature to lbe at work. It is not unlikely that Mr. Cillies vwill be hIti.ed over the coals about the tuinno- in vlwich his sensationlil halance, of lagt yver has lliteid aaiy. Since that time imeilobers have had time tl, rolledt upon the way in' which the Loann Bill was "11ttled"' through the IIouse, and it is to be hoped that they have omade up their mindli not to be caunght nappltig again. Altogether,, if tlhere "were i man in opposition at ill equal to the occasion lie might give Mrr. Oillies aii hul quarter o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

WIly 111:36tniS DeA1'1 It yell here felled~ to la cured lesonIicm write or R1IBIy In 1IIV IIIRI IIIlInr l4C011111 Stnr·t .llnlbnlrltU. l'llulr laow aclontidc, entirely sluccuhl nudl ludvicrs"r 1?leatro,·rndlll ctin trcnttnmrlt cnlrlpllatoly ores Doaf- law, Nolles In thel Ilrlsl. Dlxullllrfoa ,· Sc., no natterr of how~ Ioi r tnllllllf . Tnrllrnlloa n lnlllm nesr rorry Advlvdnnnl derwriptlrv Pnmlllhlct frcr. N.H. All uorl nrIllllt rca and~ rotncdle nro pateuted throughout tilel l clotllacll \Vurld. Cortelnlv the best med?ileo kLnown t1 sA.t?I tn 6 BONH' IUCALYPTI EOXTRACT. Toest Its einttletly Innerfl eflelts Ih cotIehe, oohle. Ilieehnn; then r?lif is intt.tlitleneoel. It ierhote 10cee, RndI acl , tents of nll khitnl, be they.wtnmlLe, Ie s hlnhre.eiii n0. , llrnt ihs, or 6mli I ItI the salest renll,--lly-no sletollig, no Inlltmnlmntlio. liko urprslllng effect; PrndlteeI n erotip diphtheria, iroehltlies, Inllllltlln olln of the llllet, ewellings, oe.; llnrrllhle. IyelItry, lcensoee oe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

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A Religious Card Player. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

A. IReligious Card Pltayer. A private soldier, by the niame of Itichaltr Lee, wl" t:koen t bfore the magistrate for playing cards during service, The sergeant comimanded the sohliers at the church, and when the parson had read the prayers he took the text. Those who had Bibles took them ,ot, hut this soldier utd neither Bible nor Coltnelon Prayer Book, and polling out a pack of cards, Ihe spread them before him. The sergeanlt of the company saw. him and s1tid : ' Riclhar.l put up the cards, this is no p'ace for them.' Never mind that.' \Wh::n the service was over, the censtable bt.ok 'Iicluri, to prisoner, atnd brootghth in before the Mayor. Well,' said the Moayer, i what ha:ve you brought the sOllier hero for?' SFor playinlg cards in chlrch.' V Well solieor, (rwhat 1htre yoa to say for yourself ?' ' Much I hope.' 'Very good, if not, I will punish you severely.' - I [ lnre hboon;' said th11 soldior. arbout six weeks on a1 marchl . " nve neither Bible nor Cobumono Prayer B;mk. I have...

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Brown Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

*Iro wn Cotil. The follos?ing. from the l"?niuieering Journal" seems to throw much light but little' tire on thosuliject.- - Great scientists have always been dubhions about these wonderful brown coal finds. It'is told of one -accepted authority that a prospector of coals came to him with spchi mncs. 'Ie examined them very briefly. "Got much like this 1" "A mountain of it." "Ts it all like thio s " "Yes, from top to bottom.", " Are you a pious man " Yes." " Believe the world will lio destroyed by fire some day ?" ' " ave you read'the poet' Campbell " Yes." " Well, when that comes aboant you get on that mountain and sit there, andt you'll b6' its Inst man."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 April 1890

" BUSINESS DIRECTORY Advertisements under Iis 'head wcill! Lie isserted for 2.. Sd. per ,quarter. :MORW'ELL. S'ADAMS i MAXWELL, Drapers, ie., "1. 'Commerclalroald, 'Morwcll. ! A IDO.NALDSON, Merchant. The oldest .AL. cheapest, and best, Commercial road ANY ONE wahtlng'ad.od shaveor hair, -1. cut, call on C. A. SMITH;I¶Hatire?ser, Cemmereiat.road,. MorwellU. ? '1A N/_ ANnAG t AHAitnBiS eChcash ' . "-'S· Btore. .DmpersGrocs, Ironmongers, '&c., Comnimerclal'rmal,.MorweU' l. " IC 'HtEADLAND, Painter, Paperhanger, . Olieler, &e.i Station Street, Morwell . ELtEHIER,'tbCl3botnl, 'Commier. . l?' cial-road,. Morwell.- Best brands 'Ikept, ·Good .stabling. 'Commercial-road, Moradell. (( MITILETT,' Cricketers' Arms Hotl, S." "Commercial rpynd, :Morwell; Ales, wines and spirits oftithe best' brands. Horses :,and boggles always-in lhire. `: 'AIDLAW & GRAHAM, Cattle Sales. nJ " men, : Stock, Estate, Financial, ,and 'General Commlsslon. Agents, i;~orwel. 'and, Traralgon. M r...

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

Clolimnerclic . .. Messrs. Titl!n:v nood GOrianhm report for.. Mondray, 31st tilt;, our- yards 'were ' well aslpplied wvith stock and a fair attcildanqo "of buyers ware present. Thero was na5i'm provenent in the prices realised for,2j.atiLd . t 3 yr olds. nd other stoek sold well up.to'late rates. Stetrs, £3, £3 is, £3 lls.,; £3 14.. £2 17s. Gd. "Ileifurs, £3 7s lid.; £3 1?,`s £. Store cows\, a pen of 1s5 at £3 Os. - Mixed yonacg sattle,,. £2 is, "£9 O",' - 5O, £2 u d, £2 7s, £2 l I, £2 15s. Podduies 29,31 398 Pigs, short supply, 103. : IMELOUItSUlE 35ARKETS. ,... Otesrs.'DaLgetty andi Company report: Trallow.-='TlTer is not moth el chominge oi rort in tlis.market, though the lantest advles from L.olton repear a deelius of 3ld per cwt on all doe riptions at last rweek's soles. We quote': --Prime mutton, £20 105 to' £21: primo mixed. £19t10J0o £20 ; medium mixed, £10 to £19 5ul; ordllnary countrnyconslglnstntsl of mixed, £17 to £18 10; and if in goodl ship ping order, £18 to £10 lOs;...

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RECIPES. SANDWICHES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 11 April 1890

RECIPES. SANDW ICSl.ll These may be made from a mixture of.veal or chicken, mixed with chopped cooked liam ham or tuogue. After the two are rubbed together, to each half pint may: be added a tablespoonful ;of' stock,' a tableipoonful. ot seene?e of. anchovy .or'a little' lemoen juice' Cot thin slic? of br?ad fromn in 'Iwef,th'cn with a round biscuit cutter cut' out .the sandwiches, butter each lightly and toast Until ?t golden brown. Spreed. over .them wvhilce lt i thin layer of the mixture, and press two together. .

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