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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

CIVURRENT SEWS, YTINNStR LI tTliE.--Our corrrespondrent's; letter was' received tooI late for insertion. N.Stut..xcAN Sirnrt Cnausnrt.,-Irhaothier column will be found the report of the crn t'l mectinhehcgld osr Friday last. ITArtVEST T1.\1NI.,IrvtsrN. -- Ilarvest thanksglvineg service- wuil be L LIi in the' Church of England, 3Irrwell, lbth mornirng and eveLing on S llunday next- The com n nit.tee will be thanikful to receive donations. in the way of fruit, lliwers; ic., in gratitude for the bounty of Phivideneo-so liberaly be. stowed lit this district. ENTErITAlsMENT.-A tnavelling company is now occupying a ancant piece of ground near the railway crossing, and catering for the public anousenment. A considerabl dle gree of fun was caused by the vagaries of a pony which hbis, beerln.t ght to doI a number of tricks-sarh as taking a handkerchief from Ihis back, kneeling on a box, &e., but especially ws? his various resort to get rid of his rider provocative of much merriment. ...

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

The subscription balls at the Opera int Berlin are an institutitui which give the trladesnan and bourgeois an opportunity to to dance and be merry under the sanlme roof with the nobility, and even royalty. Somen years ago the Crown Prince attendling nnl ,f these affairs was approached Iy thle cert tailor, who comtplained to him of thie t ixte character of these public bhalls. "1Yes yo, are. right," replied the prince, 'but then, you know, they could not well' limit the attend to tailors." Her Schneider retired. The tma wit never zmtade a mistake lnever madile a discovery. ',Woni'anI are horn womenlll ; ienl are' horn boys, and have to grow up. liemlemler, when you are blowing your ownl trullmpet, Ihat no title likes youtrairs. When two printer:' devils light, is it a lucifer match ? Can a person get 'liquid sounds in a liar of A lady of fashion sang, and a friendlly critic said: " YouI mlay ssy of madame a, they did of Atboni, that she has swallowed a nightingale." "Yes," was the un...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Not Built that Way. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Not Built that Way. A ixoy will ent. and a boy will drink Aoda boy will play all day ; But a boy ron't work, andaboy won't thiik, Because he ain't built that way. Cl'icago Ledger. A girl will sing, and a girl will dance, And a girl will work crochet ; But she can't throw a stone and lit a clurcll, ecause shbe nin't built that way, -Lynn ?nionn

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

lDtecce!antoUn9 Tricks of Magicians.-There are great many regular magtcians travelling abort, and while business is rot what it used t.o be, many of them make a great deal of money. In an interview with one of the relght-of hand professors recently, the veteni said: " The tricks shown now are mostly mechanical, as the finer sleight-of.hand tricks which demand the greates skill are not showy. The prices of tricks are low in comparison with what they have been. The time has been when as much as five hundred dollars 'would be charged to teach a man the Indian boxatrick, and now the price of it is only five dollars. Mechanical tricks are generally variations of a few pieces of mechanism." The professor showed a small wooden box. of a size convenient to hold in the hand. To all appearances it was an ordinary box closing with a lock. One way in which it is often used is for the magician to borrow a watch, have one person put the watch in the box and lock it, taking the key. The magician h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boys' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Projectors and Projectile.a-Our bows and arrows were made of the straightest grained hickory. The cross-bow required considerable trouble in the making, but once done, its aim was much more accurate than that of the simple bow and arrow, In the first place, a piece of half-inch pine plank, three feet and four inches longandsix inches wide. was selected. Both sides havihg been planed, the shape of the cross.bow was marked and the wood cut away. Three inches from the end a hole about an inch square was cut with a knife or chisel, through which the bow might be slipped and fastened. The distance from the end to the trigger was two feet The bow was four feet long. The upper sur. face of what might be called the barrel was channelled with a gouge or curved chisel; and thore was a trigger so placed that, when it was pulled, it would release the string from a notch and shoot to a great distance the arrow that lay in the groove. The simplest pop-gun that we had was a quill three or four inc...

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

Rightness expresres of action' what straightness does of lines: and there can no more be two kinds of right action than there can be two kinds of straight lines. The wife of the notorious Tichborne claimant and her two children are inmates of a workhouse at Southampton, England. She' still persists in calling herself "Lady Tichborne," and her name stands as such oni the workhouse register. ,n prosperity we need molderation ; in adversity; patienc. Veal and Bacon Roly-Poly.-Make a snet crust and roll, out very thin and about eight inches wide, cut some rashers of bacon, removing the rind, and some slices of veal as thin. as possiblel; hlne a handfil, of finely: chopuped parsley with a teaspoonfnl of sweet seasoning and 'a littls lemon rind cut small i mix there allwell together, then take your. meat and cover the whole 'of the paste' with' the bacon and veal alternating, but not on'the top of each other; shake a little: pepper and if required over the whole; sprinkle a little water t...

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

Aucsta;i;.s' Addresses. ?'AC.:: - TAi: ::N AND COMMISSION A G ENT ":- '.: r]: AND WARRAGUL conducted in any part .I regularly everyn- Satur . '.' ,,. yards. Buln Buln, and : i. t " :,' "rat our Yards, Morwell, ..' .'ul, Drouin and Poa "- ' Melbourne Corporation . " . . every week. VA i''.':'IONS MADE ,'?": ? TO LEND. IN' _L".'"'" ? :.;> L[. SUMIS ON FREE i >':+: ';:7 LEASEIHOLD I :'o OFFICE: 70 "'i -n ,:eet, Melbourne. ,: PT..TC NOTICE. - ----:o: A j'7" ::: ? OUR BUSINESS Vi BEEN .: B.ISHIED AT ,.+. -', ::-. . ", .1, Warragul, under the .': \(;E.[MENT , .' "los Lousada . :,c'ilon & co, : 'r t, Melbourne. - :. '?u':M. -AND RAYNOR iT -.-: -'. :; TInnIDGE & CO.) " ' : CO3M3ISSION. IN . ' t:NERAL AGENTS, \' :A . `l"?i-. "'?ARAT.ON. i::', 'i! a.:t.. and MELBOURNE. ':'-r:,. ..ni i. ,:-. r -.t at any time through ,,+ " ,:.,':and Offices. FOR " : FoR THE S.......v'" I. ... o ' +. ....,.re Company. London - " :: :.\ssurance Company, i.. ,-.. ilding Society, I- '".inbrha...

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Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

F Fintrfatllti Dir.y Prodlnice. The Fariners on-operative Bllill e Assn ciation of Virtoria, Linited, 81, Little rnllins street W\Vet. We held our usual sale of dairv nmoduce to-day h?o-e a largentlendance, and report salers as undo : ('nELe:-Blrisk demnland for prime, up to 7d : teli?tntt, id to etd. POrTTn BurrrTT:-Prtne. from Is to Is 2d : medhint, 7,1 to td ; inferior lower arrenrird to qrlnlity. anscn BtrrrrE..-Prirces showel a le cline, and minnr of nour hest - ldarioe were not np to their' ueel stimndardl ofe qnality. Prime, 1a fld to Is Rd : meldiutm, is to is 31 : inferior from 4d1 uptwards. E?rs --GC ranteed in small lineo. ls hid to ls 7.1: collectors consignments, Is 3ad n o to41d. PotLT.rnt--A larme snolpnl" of various klnds. nFwle, 3sR 3 to js 4di ner pair : finrklera. 49d to ies 1 per pair: ,lerka, 3i to3s 4d1 per pair ; guinea fowls, is 7r per pair. Fneer:.-Sles hold Tuesdays and Wed nesdnays et. 10.10 a.m. We have money to invest in large or small scons, at moderate...

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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Feb. 28th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

Live, Stcli Rlelport. MBIOoWELL, Feb. 28th, 1887. Messrs. Marriage, Orr and Co. report for the week :-Our yardsweore well supplied with all sorts of cattle. We yarded about 300 headi and cleared most lots at satisfsac tory.prices to vendors. Our sales were as follows :-Fat corws; light weights, from £4 10s to £G.10s ; fat steers, do, from £5 to £6 ; store bullocks, ageil; from £4 7s Gd to £5 15s; store cows, from £2 10s to £3 15s; several pens. of nice heifers (cnch adinored), from £3 10s to £4 Is; 2 to 2j yrs old steers fromt £2 10s to £3 10s; weaners, 25s to40s ; springers, from £4 to £7 2s 6d, and several odd lols at current rates. Pigs-Very few forward ; cleared most lots at satisfactory prices. IIorses- Not many forward ; passed most lots in for the vendor. Land-We offered MIr Keitp's farm, but Iuyers not coning tup quite to owner's reserve it was passed in for private sale. SALr., Saturday Feb. 26. Messrs. Little and Borthwick report: ont Cattle-No alteration. We sold cows, in...

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Sketcher. Thought and Language. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

%hetcber. - Thought and La age. It is impossible to fixadefinite line between the various phases of mind and their manifes. tations. Equally difficult is it to define those gestures which man and no other animal is cpable of performing," as there are endless examples recorded of gestures of a very com plicated character, that could only be the result of complete intellectual acts having been performed by thile lower animals. The following very striking and mutually Lorroborative instances will, I think, illus trate this point. Captain Johnson saw a namberof monkeys on some trees, and he sans':-" I tired with small shot at one of them, which instantly ran sdown to the lowest branch of the tree, as if he were going to fly at me, stopped suddenly, and coolly put out his paw to to he part wounded, covered with blood, and held it out for me to see." The action said as plainly as possible, "See what a dreadful injury you have done me,"and Captain Johnson was so impressed bythe mute reproa...

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

ra?tier. Sheep Washing. By Professor JotsN SCOTT. " WHAT is wanted is more care and atten tion to this part of his business on the partot the Britishl awricalturist; and as the out spoken oup,i. in of tlhis .Chamler may be of service, the Committee appointed to report on the subject venture to say that in this matter an amount of culpable slovenlincss prevails on the part of the farmer, the evil estects of which are principally felt by those who deal with the wool in its snecceeding stages, and which in any otherbranch of our national industry would not be tolerate.d." Such was the reply of the Bradford Chainm. her of Commerce when qucestioned on this subject by Earl Cathcart some ten years ago. t1is the Ipoitiont altered sinlce then I And if so, in what dircctionl-for better or worne 7 I believe that in this country there has been sclle tlnprovelme t in this respect during the last few yea.r, particularly in Cotswold and other Ilong.-woolleI flltcks Ameongst short. wo rll.-d shte, ...

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Railway Manifest. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

iRailway ,lunifest. ----- - The following are the consignce of goe.l' and parccls lying at the Morw hl Railway" Station : l'arcols-n.ne:, Cowie. F'eph.ns. Hoale,. Marriage and Orr, Toner. Ntad. Little. Goods: -Cavnanagh and Harris. Cerinmin¢,. Rintltl. Littleu, Donaldon, ti attheews. IHow let-., Frner, Cahill, 'CTdech, Buckley, Robin-. son:n?eVadn. Railways are arisetcraaic. They teach. eve:.- man:, to know hi. own station, and tlo stop' there. A St., eplecrnee.-Hunting for an open church in the ring-days. When doeln a cow eltnge pl.te- with her keeper ?-When she he lhewe:-for then she is a cow heard (cow-herd). Printedd and Published by the prrrithr W. E. Knt.'a every .atwinrav M e, ing nt the MOnr.tt.t." AlTr ETtsF.n OlfiIo Comn:mereial Roal, .lcr\;ell, it the Colnny e ofVictoria

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

Adlvertiselment. .The followin,, is the prize lint fr the 1Mir well, Mirbho, nod Narraean Agricoltural and Pastoral Society, to be held on the 7th April. Class A.--lraught Stock. Section 1, Entire horse, any age. Ist prize, £5 ; 2nd, £2 ; 3rd prize, lion. men tion. Section 2, Best 2-yr-old colt or filly. 1st prize (thegift of Mr. W. M'Nabb), L2 10s ; 2nd (the gift of Mr Date), LI Is. Section 3, Brood inare, with foal at foot. 1st prize (the gift of the president), L3; 2nd (the gift of the president), L2 ; 3rd, hon. mlention. Section 4, Best dryImare. 1st prize, L2 2nd, L1 Is, one pair winkers (the gift of Mr. Haiz. Section 5, Best 3-yr-old filly. Ist prize, L2 ; 2nd, 1. Section 6, Best yearling. Champion prize, L2 "2. Section 7, Best foal at foot." let prize, L1. Section 8, Bust pair farm horsesa. st prize, L3. Extras. Best Yuarling by "Victor's Model " (the gift of Mr. T. Walsh), L2 2s. Best Foal (the gift of Mr. T. Walsh), L1 Is. Best foual by "Gunshot " (the gift of Mr. J. Watson...

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'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1887. ROAD TO YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

VOX POP UTI. (IPUBLISIHED EVERY SATURIiAY). SATURDAY, MAI.CII 4, 1887. ROAD TO 'YI~NAI. " One half the world knows not how the other half lives," is -a' trite saying, bLit its truth in the present day arises only from a dearth of enquiry. Oar conteni poraries in the neighboring town of Traralgon have indulged in a large amount of ' hysterical gush" in their attempt to place on historical record the now celebrated "Trip to.Yarram." It is only proper the townspeople should evince their joy that road communuication had been established between the respec tive towns of Traralgon and Yarraul. Rosedale people had fondly thought this road was peculiarly their right and privi lege, although the Traralgon folk are enabled to make use of it by travelling an extra four miles. Now, what does all this mean? Simply, Yarranm 'is unaturally and properly desirous of estab lishing a railway councction with the main line of railway, Sale is desirous of the connection. Rosedale argues- nake thle connec...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Humor. The Placid Receiving Clerk. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 March 1887

tumor. The Placid Receiving Clerk. The receiving clerks behind the desks at the telegraph offices are : cool, placid fellows. They take your message of life or death with perfect indiffercnce, mechanically count the words, and look a bit bored as they reply : " It will be half-a-crown, please." I had my eye on a certain chap for several weeks before I humbled his pride. He in sulted me. He insulted me by softly whist ling to himself as he counted the words in the following message: l Grandmother died last' night very suddenly.. How many .of you can attend funeraml " When I handed in that message I expected. him to exhibit a little emotion. While ,h could not have been personally acquainted with my grandmother, he must have suspected that she was a nice old lady, and that her sud'den death had greatly overcome me. Why didn't hie look up with a bit of sympathy i. his eye and say : ' Too hbada Iy know just how you feel, and I'm sorry for you." But, no, lie whistled and counted, made a ...

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

Rejected. Yes, I know you think me to blame, Even any I have gloried in adding your name To my list of rejected suitors: ah, well; Perhbps slns day you will know that " La Belle." Or the ' Flirt," which you choose--has a heart, And her careless manner a well-acted part. SFale andi fickle, andl cruelly fair, 'o'tt worlhy your love"-to say this you dare, Alid l must solllit to roar scorn I Yrt'yl wonnder these tlhinos are not borne More gently and meekly by me t \ w?onan is not always weak, as you see. 'lce, in my h'eart,;teon were lifted alove \Il other tmen.anli crowned with my love; titt yon seemned to think tile jewel you wore .Lost value in wearing; 'twas then that I It away from its nettling of drose, .\adi too late, I finI you regretting its loss. HESTER CRAWFORD DORSEY. It is better to sow a cood heart with kind. 'ee I hal fa lidl with corn, for the heart's bar etst is pl ?rettal. Cempllmetnts of cnoertitlation are al .oys kitelly iaket, and cost one nothing but ealo, ink, and...

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Children's Corner. Counting Out Rhymes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

Countllng Out Ilhymes. 11. Carrington Bolton, of Trinity College, co ntribues theol lowing specielnso' ce - ing-out" rhymes collected by him from chil dren and by correspondence : One-err, two-ery, ickery Ann, Fillioy; fallacy, Nicholas John Quever, quaver, English knnvcr, Stinge!um, stangelum, buck. This rhyme is widely used. It is subject to many variations: "English knaver" be comes "Irish Mary ; " some insert the word " lerry "or the word" John " before" buck " in the lost line. " Ickery " is " hickory." etc. Ann, mana, mona, Mikeo; Barcelona, bona strike ; Careware, wfn, frow, frack ; Iltlico, ballico, we, wo, wack. This,also,is subject to countless variations : SIBarcelona " becomes " tuscalona," etc. One forml ends in : Iouddy, guddy, boo, out goes you. Ann, mann, dippery Dick, Della, Dolls, Dominielk; Ilitch, pitcha, dominitcha, IlIon, pon, tush. In some districts the third line is given as "lIlotcha, poutcha, dominoutcha," and in others " Ioleoha, potehla,". etc. "Tush "may...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

To SarcT.stic.--lirst Dude-" O0e teil'?l, what lh ,yoi thillk Of Miss Clmm'nlsencde" Second I)Ule-" \\'ell, ma dcah iy, me opiion f heICr is not vewv fwat twinv." First Dude--L" Tha'lth Iad. \at's the rea. soin yte don 't wike hilerl" Second DUii-l-" Toodeuccd sahlcastic, don't e kio'. W'v. thle other dav we were out cvidain , she anad I. and we pns5ed by ne of thIscc ,ldinev akC niiswaBle nanimal. yon uler stun, nd I aIk,!l lher the difference beticweenc that icast nimyself. I tllhwi ehlt slie woull say she dlidni t kniw, and I wiill tell ihr that. the dinkey lirew Iandls anl I dwew pic turns. Ye khot I cm a sowtecfan ahltist, and that woildl be a fwine jalke, inhal Jve." i'ih?t Dleu -" Anl w)hnt dil she say?" Seccnld li!e--"Shic said tihe c,,ni dif. wnec slhe couhli see rwas in the length of tile cars." A handsome coquette, wlise hnir wans of a blriclt rel caolcr, one lnay Icatedl that a Foutlernan hlad silicited a lhck of it to ult in his pcrturinaiie, as it remindled hhim .o for...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

IaTi.naging the Little Ones.-A mother's face brighltens a home like a sunbeam or shralowsit like athnnderstorm. Exert your self to be pleasant and good tempered, after a little it will become habitual. Never let any of the family see that they can annoy or fret or worry you. A .mother's looks are children's looks, her life their living poem. You educate your children morally by your looks and manners. The mother should be an optimist, should always see the silver lining to the dark cloud. When clouds of trouble overslldow the little faces her face should be the sun shinipg through. Teach religion at home; teach morals and manners at home, if you mean they shall have good ones ; but don't try to do it dog matizing. Have order and system,but don't have too many rules. Don't. depend on church and Sundlay schools to teach your children religion. They are helps, but no good unless practice at home coincides. Rules areno benefit if allowed to be broken. One is enough if enforced, namely :...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

?cikCncc. Coffee as a Disinfectant.-Years ago 0somle studious CGerman made the observation, the curreetnss of whichl he endeavored (and to a great extent alososucceeded) to establish by statistical data that coffee, if taken early in the snorning on an empty stomach, acted as a preventive against infectious and mainly sarcute epidemic diseases. Ife quoted a great number of cases were individuals ac customed to drink a cup of hot coffee for breakfast had either escaped an epidemic of tvlyploid then ravaging the part of iermany in whichl the observer lived, or if attacked by the disease contracted it in a much milder form, while all those who died from the disease had not ieen in the habit of taking coffee in the morning. This weasa good num ber of years ago, at a time when in manly parts of Germany coffee was still either an unknown or so costly a beverage as to be looked upon as a luxury that only the rich coult enjoy. We have forgotten the name of the physician, but rememberthat th...

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