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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 February 1887

CUILIRRE'I' NEWS. FAXT.rA IIO.A'?rAcoDNT.-, f(tatliOlutting accideet occurred: onlThursday L at at Litk Tyatr. We uindlSainld that three persual; lbst their lives? Iy the accident viz., air George Smith and hias of oaelbourne, and Miss I)llunn of the firm of CaII?? anl DIIIIII' liressinukeis, Saile. Tih; full itails have noIt reachled us , as the itfollat.ion wiaits received by wirt by us just hlittrc going to pres. OvuR CO t1JNTE3rPORl,lt.- ll. a quite agree. with our-contemlorary in respect to the o,i-.. servanee of lthe eighth commandment, nll we would respectfully commend iLs aplilicn lion to adl oilenders in this way.i DECEASE OF 3tRS. FERGUSOo.--It is with sinccre regret that we have to record tihe le cras of Mrs. FCrguson, thrwife of Mr.'Fee gasos, State school teacher of: this town. The dcceaoscd lady was most highly esteemed amoyst Iher circle of acqnaintances, with wholm her manay estimable social qealities cwere held in high respect. She was evcr ready to respond when her...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 February 1887

RECIPES. Lentil Soup.-Take one pound of len. tils and wash them in many waters until thoroughly clean and free from weeds. Soak all night, then add as' much more water as will make two and-a-lhlf quarts. When this boils add carrot, turnip, parsnip, t.wo onions, and small pinch of carbonate of soda. leil two hours, then strain, washing all thoroleh except the skins of the lentils, seaon, andl serve. Lentil soup requires no meat but a small piece of butter, mixed withl flour is an improvement, and serves to bind the soup together instead of separating into think and thin. Brido Cake.-Ten cog' beaten separately, ol pmld bdtter, one of white sunar, two of lmorlsIO, hlnblched and choplped tinl, one of seeded raisiris, half pound citron, shaved finle ; beat bltter to a cream ; add sugar gradually, then the well-beaten yolks, stir all till very light. and add the choppedl nlonds ; bent the whites stiltF and add getntly with the flour; take a little more flour and sprinkle over thile raisil...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Scraps by a Scribbler. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 February 1887

Scriaps by a Sreribler. t ht an ar nt' of ineaning there is i, 8so0n of tile old writings andl sayin"-s, one fa, instance- \ na stand i in ignorance of hteo doings of thllo around us." It appears littl trtn inta tlis case, for at either a .lat lhor onSaturday nigt, or in til n ianll hoinrs of Sutndy no rnin at band of night prow rs, or, as they have been fitly termed ' lMohawks," dill sclh an amolnt of ntis. chief in our little town, that tile pnic, const tale lier ha to lib called Ipon to mnnke an investgatinn into Hitch niserable, itnn. andl untinanly c6onlhclt. It wnflll lhiavii l)ien iette, fr theose persons (wh lo ever thely are) ti ltano goi n qnietlll nnl Ircncealilyli?,o e anil to tlheir hIdl xS:itllhn nalinR furthler to tile werk's work by lift ilnge sch large striactmn ailnout ins s'mltter tint oninlouses. T.hy lhave seen, I pre sitte, lI.L tlheir falje loia.s eriren tlrong? te i.lnsgralh" in S" yr iper a fer weric tilg, ant mire decsiro in of further lhlsltnlisg tileir dl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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My Lad So True To Me. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

My Lad So True To IIe. I am n happy maiden, And have no thought of woe; hIs nhil may sail in tie snnsltine, While hlere the tempests loliw. And the faith of my true heart tells me, Alike on land and seai God's loving care is everywhere, And my lad is true to me. 0, rolling. foam-capped billowa, That break on the sandyshcire, Like a white.winged bird, so lightly His shipaway you bore; Anil soou en youlr brenat, returning, Those broad, white wines I'll see 0. rnlen and strone, bear him along, ' My lad so true to me l They say the sea is cruel, And sailors are untrue; That many white-winged vessels lio Beneath thiose waves of blue. Yet thousand ships sail safely on O'er bright or stormy sea ; I know he'll come to his happy home, My lad so true to me. So I am a happy maiden, That will not think of woe; Iii slil may sail o'er snnny sean, Whil helre the tempests blow ; And I pray eaclh nightand morining That hure the stornls imiay be, And the sun may shine on this Jove of mine My lad so t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Day of Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

A Day of Storm. 'Twas a day of storm, for the giant Atlantic, rolling in pride, Drawn by the full moon, driven by the fierce wind, tide upon tide, Flooded our poor little olannel. A hundred anxious eyes Were watching a breach new broken-when suddenly some one cries : " A boat coming in " ahd rounding the pier head that hid her before, There, sure enough, was a stranger smack, head straight for the shore. How will she land, where each wave is a mountain 1 Too late for how I Run up a flag there to show her the right place I She must land now l She is close ; with a rush on the galloping wave top, a stand, As the water sinks from beneath her, hernose just touches the land, And then,as rode hands, sacking a city, greedy of prey, Toss, in sone littered chamber, a child's toy lightly away, A great wave rose from behind, and lifting her, towered, and broke. And Ilungher heallong, edown on the hard beach, close to the folk. Crash I But 'tis only her bowsprit gone-she is aved somehow ; And a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORWELL POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

MORPWELL POST OFFICE. MAIL.S De IP.TCiT1 . Mtelhourne Up and Travelling P.O. train at S n.m. Down Travelling P.O. train at 11 a.m. Italarn, Yinunar, Darlinurla. Mirhoo North at 11 n.m. Ptotter,11 n.. 3Ionidays. Wednesdays andl Satutlnys onlly. HTazelwood. at 12 noon. M[orwell ]:iridge. at 1 ntr1. 3[ulh nrni antd lI'p ravelliag t rain, i; p.t Down Tra.vtelliug train. li pn.1.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Decorative Feathers—A Lady s View of the Subject. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Decorative Feathers-A Lady s View of the Subjeet. I observe from the papers that the subject of the decoration of ladies' hats and bonnets with the plumt age of bilds. is once more re ceiving attention. The argouments employed by the opponents of this custoon are effective, bhlt they are often extreme and illogical. If, as SO many of them assert, it is wrong to destroy life merely for purposes of adorn ment, why do they not protest oaeinot the destruction of fur-bearing animals ? In this day furs are no longer a oectieity. Plush gar ments are as warm as seal-skin; while theo sands of harmles creatures are annually de stroyed to enrich winter saceues alnd cloaks with trimmings of otter, squirrel, coney, and chlinchilla. It is perhaps true that Indies require to be taught moderation and selcction in the em ployment of feathers; but I do not believe that the laws either of morality or taste re quire the abolition of these beautiful orna meonts. If it is true.as apparently it is, that I...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAY. INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

THE RAILWAY. TNFOR.MALTION For TIAVELTmItRs. During the month of December Passenger Trains will arrive and depart from the va riots stations as follow.: T'lIE M.A\I LINE. Down Trains leave Salo at. 6-55 a.m. and 4.42 na.m.; Traralgon, 8.4 a.m. and 5.51 p.m.; Iorwell, 8-26 a.m. and 6813 p.m. Up Trains leave Melbourne at 64-2 a.m. and 431 p.mn.; Warragtl at 10'10 a.m. and 7"513 p.m.; Trafalgar, 10"44 a.m. atnd 8"30 p.m.; Mlne, 11 a.m. and 8 46 p.m., Morwell 11"25 a.m. and 9l11 p.m;Traralgon, ll1148a.m. antd 934 p.m.; arrisve at Sale 12'58 a.l. and 10I.4 p.m. 31' 10100 LINE. Down Trains leave Mlnrwell at 11145 a.m.; Yinnar, at 12.10 p.m.; Boolarn, at 12t25 p.m.; Darlimurla, 124-15 p.m.; arrive. at 31irboo North at 1 pl.m Up Trains leave Mirboo North at 6.40 i.m. ; and 4.30 p.m. ; Darlimt rla at 6.55i a.m., and 4.45 p.m. ; Boolara at 7"15 a.m., and 5.5 p.m. ; Yinnar, 7310 a.m., and 5.20 p.m. ; arrive at 'Iorwell at 7"55 a.m. uOOLAlA IINE. Train leaves Moerwell for Yinnar to Bon laer 11....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Ladies' Column. Australian Girls—Their Economy and Taste. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Australlan Girls-Their Economy and Taste. Say not that the Australian girl is extrava gant. Consider her ways when she is making over an old bonnet. She shuts herself up in her room, carrying with her several old and unfashionable bon net frames, a box of artificial flowers, much the worse for wear, a few yards of ribbon, and a paper of pins. She remains secluded for three hours. When she emerges, she goes to her mother, with flushed cheeks and an anxious lilt to her eyebrows, wearing upon her head a small but complicated combination of loops, buds, and straw. Pausing upon the threshold of the room, she asks, timidly: " How does it lookl? " The mother puts on her eyeglasses and gazes; the daughter holds her breath, and nervously clasps and unclasps her hands. It is an awful moment I At last the mother speaks: '-Turn your head." The daughter obeys. Thereisapause. "Nowtheother way." Another passe. " Let me see how it looks from behind." The young lady doesso. Then, after a long nminot...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

'Topics of the Daiiy. --4-- A DEPUTATIONlo~ consistiing of residenlts sit Trorilgoii, o Wiedncesldy liat, asked the t1'ostinistn,'-Geinerol that thie present postal serviee frriimj .1tosedlale to Port Alheit shoorll bei In n lternately to 'lrarnlRgoi. It was staited that' the alteration would n nlt Involve 'ranchic out lay, and woull lie a gre:at connveiiennce to tie resilenIts living lietineCor l'rarinlgon id Pllornt lhert. Mr. I )iwlirhai praoised to) give ip. riquest careful consiieration. -"Age." A omltstts has broken out alttong the cattle at Dandenoug Creek. The matter was reported to the chief inspector of stock, oand at the desire of the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. W. T. Kendall, veterinary surgeon, has visited the district, and reported on the subject. MIr. Kendall describes the disease as a severe attack of ophthalmia, similar to that prevailing at Poowong, inl the Portland district, and inl several other parts of the colony. Many animals afflicted with the disease become...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Tirt Gippsland 3Mecury of Tuesday says that the body of the unfortunate young lady Miss Dunn, who was drowned with Messrs. Smith at Lake Tyers on Thursday last, was recovered on Saturday, and on Sunday iasl brought Tfiom the Lakes by the Steamer Nell,' which boat had been chartered for the purpose. The funeral, w.ahich -was largely attended, took place on Moi\day. 'lhe body of the unfortuijate youth Smith was also recovered on Saturday, and mnagisteriae inquiries were held by the Hlon. James Bialfour, M, L. C, who halppened to be a visitor at'the entrance. In both rases a finding that the deaths were accidental was arrived at. , The body of the elder Smith had npt been recovered at the date of the httest advices. The remains of the son were interred at the mission station.-,' Age."

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

L WctcinCC. The recent death of Professor Fleeming Jenknm, of the University of Edinburtgh, is a notable loss to the -British Engineering science. Professor Jseukiu was boin in 1833, andt obtained his education ist Scotland, Ger many, Italy and France. His engineering studies were begun at Marseilles, but his academic degree of Master of Arts was re ceived from the University of Genoa. In 185:1 he had entire charge of testing the first Atlantic telegraph cable. In 1St53 he becant a fellow of the iRoyal Society and Profess<A of Engineering at University College, Lon don, and three years later he was chosen to the like professorship at Edinburgh. lie was deeply interested in sanitary science. and was also well informcd as a naturalist. Evidence of this latter fact is to be found in the statement of the London Timesu tlhat the late Mr. Darwin was led to modify some of his views in consequence of criticism of his work on the origin of species, in one of the quarterly man?mine...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Clurncer OF ENGLANr).-Divine. service will be held next Sunday as follow:- Yinnar, 11 n.m.. Ilnzelwo~od, 3 p.m.. Moer well. 7 p.m., 31r Edwards. \Vesru. ,Ns CHUlclcH.-- Divine Service will be held on Sunday next ac fillow.- 'lrarnlgon. II a.m.. Morwell, 7 p.m.. Mr. Carnnm ; lcazelwood North, 3 p.m., Drillield. 7 i m., Rev. Il. W. Neath. P'Ii:eSIYTEI.IAN CIUIURCI.-Divine service will be held o?n Sunday ns flliews: 31orwell.. 11 a.m., Drillield, 2.30 p.m. MIoc. 7 p.m., 3Mr. Elleridge.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Of a1 the various debts we owe to our fellow-umen trut of silence is the one most frequently disregarded. There are men who pry into the secret thought of their neighbors, probe their feelings, and show by worldly curiosity how. little they respect rightful privacy. This is often mistaken for goeA will and evmpathy; but it is far, enough front that dellicute sympathy whlich while ever glad to give help or comfort-by word or deed, yet shrinks from"' rushing -in where angels fear to tread." The reserved man possesses strong affec tions aod warm usymlpathies, may hold his con. victiolts with fervorand his principles with enthusiasm ; at any rate, no one has the right to assume that he does not, simply be. cause he does not hasten to proclaim the fact. Reserve indeed implies that there is sonm thing to reserv'e, and we may well wait with modesty to disuever what it is that our re served friend thinks it advisable to keep buck before he is charged with coldness or insensibility. Do good ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Hotel Notices. MO wMOWVELL FAMI LY HOTEL. Late of the Cricket es' Hotel DEC S to irfori nu rs lurnerel Friends aln the Public Generally, that hIe han Purchasedl isi trse abhae welllnow n slI stelrv nd ha4 thoroughl" Ilen'ovated amn newly Fur t r T.lenow oer ALCOCK'S BIAOLLIAD TABLE WINES AND SPIRITS OF TIHE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. IIOISES AND BUGGOIES ON HIRE. GRASS PADI)OCKS FOR CUSTOMEIIS' IIORSES ONLY. STA13LING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. E DMUND KELLEHER, PROPRIETOR ' FIIsrlST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION ,'FOR . ISITORS AND COM MEICIALI. TIIAVELLEIs. All Spirits, Wines, and Alos, of the Choicest Brands. G001)D STAlLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. Bluggies aln Saddle Horses Always olbtainable on Hire. CRICKETEIlRS' ARMS HOTEL, 'I 0 R W E LL. HENRY ]31REED, Proprietor. .][AVITNG jest plurlh:it. ,l this feti-ri I t "1!. .. 1 Whih for mnf rt an I or d.tr a:i ll ." r4 ,r' I; My ',atrt ?a will lint I I i viilin:; aid I'o ke.lp the lI t Dirliki and thu vry h, t 'Ti ':blc . Mr .rvrraniut -ar, civ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CRICKET IN GIPPSLAND. JOTTINGS FROM 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

CIIICKET IN CIP'I'SLA,.I JOTTIINGS F1lOM3 1871. (I\" AN nit. RiN..) " Fold inielnsoy bring; the light of otthIr las arolund Int." Ileighir! i.ookling tarck onle feels hie h?-s ellonged to' another ald distlict. race of erictketclte, ntl. ,when in pirelit tof Ite daily v, rathions I lleet, with the "light, of otlher days" lsedate in iearing. p'rtly in figure, with frosted leock, whether sitting onr the itagistlrial lurneh, or pleading in its pIresence+. this thought is pressed home. Memory Ibrinlgs eImfore us such enthusiasts as Mesrs.. iFoster andL Staveley, Bushe, tarl Patiteo, UItliridge, lick and the well-known Jerry BJryant of All Englandl fame alongst the array of talent. The fijeldingof a worthy I'.M., at his favtrite place at point, tlhe wicket-keeping of the dececsed wielder of the hammner, the sturdy defence of lawyer Patten, Police Malgilstrate Foster, A. M3'Lean, M.L.A., and the general all-round play of the others was the life of the cricket field. When tie prescrt.playe...

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Morwell Popular Readings. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

---Morwell Populer Iu aug. The first of the series of popularread ings'in aid of the .eclianics'.Institute, was held in that builditig last night, There was a fairly good audience, con silering the counter-attractions, and those who were absent missed a rare musical treat. Too much praise cannot be accorded to the performers, as the music rendered was of a very high class, and the entertainment as a whole was of a most enjoyable character. The feature of the entertainment was the violin solo of JMr Mellor. This gentleman is a most exquisite performer on the instrt ment, and lie was re-demanded by the continued plaudits of the audience. He was also very happy in the rendering of his songs, and he is now an established favorite.with the Morwell public. Mr Cavannagh is worthy of especial mention for his "Romany Lass," which he sung' with splendid effect. The Misses Amiet, as usual, appeared to much advantage in their respective songs "Love Not," and "Barney O'Hea.,' They are as great f...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

TO COIRREISPONIDN T Lctters and other commiinicnttoonsintejutot fnr ic ertion it the ncwn colunr ti;ohori be noddreeed to TrrtI ELIjrot:. Rejectedr ettcrs cnrot bre rturued undtler nny circunustntuenc uvhntsncver.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Narracan Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Sii rialc SlhircCoulncil. The mnceting'of this'conncil wnas hold in their i chaIInrsovesitedlt. There were pre cent-The Presilent, Crs..Searlett, Vary, I [owlett, Geaclh, ope, Olarenshlaw, Slnith, Williams, Rolbinson, Stanton and Moore. The foill owing corrnsl ondence was ra I : From the Victorian RailI'ways, acl;now ledging lutter in referendi: to station at 9 mile peg. Considering there was ia station at 11A. miloe?'igit?vas not de:emed neces ciry to leave a statiocnit t9 nmile it. lreseut. 'Th, site will lie so arratiged xis to 'lrmit'of ia station being formed there at any time. r e ived . . " Ertom cinie, acitnow:ledgling rercipt of a le.tr, uskitg that contractors lie urged to ipsh ni wi?ll theq Nirriehiil Valley line; rec-ived. From stame, nekinowlerdging receipit of letter in referencie to aihenint required for clen.ing Main street ill Mirbldo, stating tlhat it wotld be duly submitted to the Ooinuis 'inors ; rcieivied. iFroe Departmient of Phtlie Works, iac knowledging recei...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Never enter a sick room unless your countenance, manner, and words are such as to cheer and coinfort the patient. i However slight his last hope may be, make Iuseof that little; encourage and stinlulate hien to exer cise that fortitude, coupled with reasonable hope, which has tided nod will tide many i patient over shoals where medicine would have been utterly inefctivo. o We know that barties must ever exist in aires country. Ve know, too, thttit the emunl. tion of such parties, their contradictionh, their reciprocal nccessiies, their hopes and fears, must send them all in their turns to him who holds the balance of the State. Tre arties are the gamesters; but government eeps the table and is sure to bo winner, in the end. - The pedant is seoo s to adidic?loe that it would be to be one to offer to explain him, Ho is a gentlemoan so'well knbown that there are none but those of his own class who do not laugh at and avoid him, Pedantry proceeds from much learning and little understand...

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