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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Marriages -Hero and Abro d-.nmr ri'ages in the old eouaitry tre _,nieraliv:ne'on. tiated through thie intervenltion of friends; nlol thel pireLnts, of the ymtuo' Intly i'n pirti cular, usuaolly decide who is to bhe her hloisanld, with little reference t iheyr owhv inrdlintione.' It seenl to bLe thoolht that younh People may hle tr o+tetd w it .the. impolrtant re+,lationa I'f m?rriomi life irlfore tlev yre tit to I|o trnsteli with the sot' cliin omt tic pverom who i. to form. the cnntre o. titus 'rilatiotto.. Fortonntely, in this couotry yonng Ipeoplu are more free to Iniulw t.hmir lift-parneiucis. Dicik. how is it you are niawn's pr.-ceerl ,f .'ellt nmtooti t't font I 't'lmte do. yoq ilt it :e I i ulltll urlll it. I cnll mllake it out t alll thin;. ', ie inh?tan:re lcoult mnkc fun olit of onul bht for friend t ip' itt 'll:o. Emlher nlfus]d]-Mlac it pltea tlte coulrt ,'aid d I lot iono:l, If over tlhere w., It ,.aor xhirh molre than lany other 'cse rei qlired nrolrmul onmparieon with...
Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Topics of the Da3y. Disinor B.3nnY has now lived in the colonies some years, and is competent to form an opinion upon them. lie will have to speak about Australia in Eng land, andl, judgling fronm his views ex presseid, the "lArgus" says, the ]Bishop will speak sensibly and to the point. With what lie sacs about the distress in Australia everyone who knows Australia will heartily agree. The cities attract to- anny people from the land. City life has charms, city wages are iiouch higher than the wages paid in country districts, anid yet, of couirse, the number of artisans, niteclutintce, and lattrora lust bie regulatel by settlement. Aus tnalia can take tens of thousandls of settlers, but thedemand for artisans a:Il clerks, for young ment who can stand bhind coullnters, or drive spring carts ihs a limit. Thl Bishop will evidently be forced to describe Mr Norton, the Trades-hall delegate, as a good deal of an impostor-- with as muchl politeness as possible, of course-but he also meana...
Sketcher. Hamlet. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
th:ctcbcr. lrtatfet, nest if not every sttudent o! Shakespeare has glivetn nre rthan a pasini scruttiny into the life amtl chlaracter of llamlet-. li truth D ee nearke's sombre prince teaittahi n tile saeto g-etist ol the mtil of the rellcti e, anti casts tile s:atnme bellderment itn tite path of tile critic, as he did front the irnt, now centurics Criticism. however, ihas dea(lt mtre ewith the' hypothesis reopectin; tile stability of Ia[:raltts mental poino," titan wath thitos.i seeinl featuresa which lntrk hit so tnmistatkably the :1st, phil o,',ihr anti ch1 uinr. .. LIhike ttany ne,-titer richly cetdiweatl intel= lectultyll. il et'spes~n.atlivtyisaannnmaltos one. The dllicate atwl highi i:l -wr.'ttht tox tura of hiis maenttl litre reanl?ers Init keenily alive to slight or wrong, at tile sa:n-e tite that it it unlit hiin to maseter readily matry of the practical leeetal of life. aelt aflter tihe tragic mannter of hit fatier's dentil itha been unfoldledi to Iitll. thti lkillin- of ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
TIcE latest financial returns of the Lands department containt two items 'which are in striking contrast. lieforo the harvest, the seleotors were about £20,000 in arrears, but the whole of that amount has been paid. On the 28th ult., the date of the latest return to hand, the progress and final paymenuts of the selec tors were no less than £9,578 ir? eXcess of the estimnnted revenue from that sourcee. The payments on. account of pastoral occupation, however, were at the same date £11,4612 in arrear.-" Argus."
MORWELL POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
MORWELL POST OFFICE. ?lMALs Dirsri'vrcurn, Melbounec Up aClTravc1llPin PO. trpin at Donn Travellingll P.O. train at 11 qln, Ioolarn, Yiiiunr, Dorlimizrln, Mlirioo Bornh it I In.i. Foster, II f.il.,.Ionay , Wedesdvay acl dsliY 8 gaturdayay only, HIazelncwood, at 12 nioonr. MloriieII flridge, At I p.11). Melbourne and Up~ Travelling2 trainl, (i pm Down 'Iravollilig tmill, I ipnm.
THE RAILWAY. INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
THE RAILWAY. TsFoniArios FOR TaYv.?s?I.Elas. During tlhe month of DocImuer Passenger -Trains iill arrive and depart frmni the v; riousll stations as fllowt: TIIE OAIK LI.NE. Down Trains leave Sale at li6.5 a.m. and 4"42 ail.; Traralenn, 8"4 n.m. and 5.51 p.m.; 3t[or\wl, 821; a.m. and 13 11p.m. Up Trains leave Mellmnrno at. 642 a.m.l, anil 4131 pan.; Warragi l at 10'10 al.. and 7"5G p.1I; 'Tra'ialgar, 1044 nan., and 8030 p.m.; t[ne," 1 1 a.m. and 8"-16 p.n., Norwell 11"25 a.m. mnl 9 11 p1.m;Traralgaon, 11"48 a.m. ndl 9"34 1p.m.; arrive at Sale 12'58 n.am. and 1044 p.m." 311111100 LIN.I . Down Trains leave tiorwell at 11'45 a.mi.; Yinnar, at 12.10 p.m.; Boolara, at 1225 p.mll.; Darli urlhta, 12 '45 p.ll.; arrive at Mirboo North at I Ipanl Up Trains leave Ilirloo North at 6.40 i.m ; and 41.3'0 pm.11. ; DarlinmTrla at 6-55 a.i., and 4.45 p.11. ; linlara at 7"115 a.1n., and 5.5 p.m. ; Yinnar, 7'30 a.m., and 5.20 p1.m. ; arrive at alorwell at 7"55 a.m. OLAAll, I.IN 1E. Train leaves Mlorwe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Advertisement. Tie following is the prize list for the torwell, Mtirboo and Narracan Agricul tural and Pastoral Society, to be held on 7th April. Class A.-D-raught Stock. d,:ction 1, Entire horse, jny age. let P.rz, £5; .2nd, £2 ; 3rd prize, lion. men tto:l" '.:ction 2, Bost 2-yr-old colt or filly. lst prize (thegift of Mr. W. M'Nabh), ;2 10s; 2nd (the gift of Mr Date), L1 is. Section 3, Brood mare, with foal at foot. ist prize (tie gift of the president), LS; '2nd (the gift of the president), L2; 3rd, lion. tention. Section 4, Best drymoro. lst prize, L2; 2Ml, L1 s, one pair winkers (t ie gift of Mr. Iiaiz. Seotirn 5, Best 3-yr-.old filly. 1st prize, 12 ; 2n,1, 1, Seoti;t G, Best yearling. Champion trize, LI2 2. Section 7, oest foal at foot. 1st prize, 1.. Section 8, Best pair farm horses. lst prize, L3. Eztram. Ilest Yearlipg by " Victor's Model" (ithe gift of Mr. T. Walsh), L2 2s. Best Foal (the gift of Mr. T. Walsh), i.1 Is. Blct Yearling by " Gunshot" (the gift of Mr. J. W\atst...
Live Stock Report. SALE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Live Stock Report, S.ALE, Saturday. Messrs. Little andi Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Short supply, and rrices slightly brisker. We sold, in various nmarkets and priatcl)y-good cows, £5 to £6 15s; mediiu, £5 to £5 7s lid; inferior, £4 12s Gd to £4 15s; small bullocks, £6 10s to £7 7s (id; vealers, £1 8s to £2 1s. Store Catt!c.-Good bullocks, £510s to £6; inferior, £5 to £5 os; cows, £3 16s to £4 a5; 3-yrs steers, £4 to £4 his: 3-yrs heifers, £3 2s to £4; 18-months steers and heifers, £2 ls to £2 11 s. At Sale we sold-store cows, £4 to £5, the latter large framed; 2 to 3-yrs heifers, £2 18s to £4 1-1; 3-yrs steers, £3 10s to £5; bullocks, 4 yrs, £5 to £6 6s; springers, £5 10s to £6 17s 6il, tbriskrdemandl for this class; milkers, £5 to £5 15s; 18-months steers and ieifers, £2 4s to £3. Ilorses.-On Saturday, at Sale, Mr. Miller's lot frot, South Gippsland sold from £8 to £22 10s, averaging £12 10s, all sold, odd indians, £16 to £20; 'bus sorts, £8 to £14; littearness, £i, £12t; dral:l...
Commercial News. Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Qaornt 3 ri l ard s. dining. Boor.atAt CoAl..-Adit extended 17 feet: total 328ft. Coal considerably improved in quality. Lose Tu-NsEL. G.M. Co.-Tie, crosscut contractors have driven 1 Ift, total tiift. The driving i. easier than it was last. No. 9-North face is driven and timbered a further distance of 7ft, total 410ft. The face is not showing much stone; the shoot has apparently gone under fot, lbust car ried goll tip to the last. We expect to meet with anothecr further ahead. The stopes above this level are yielhling fair quality stone. No change in tile other slolpes. Xo. 2 rise-Stopu is showing 12 ft of reef, carsying a fiir quantity of gold. The battery is workin constantly with 20 heads.
Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Yinnar. ¥imi . (Fot:«ap OUR (jW CertPI:rPONDrST.) - Th. ,.eathetr has Ieen s'rt ehat variable if IateL. I't:rirz fre.nl ac ti;: Leat rt ln. nay ]:tst to ?,antifnlly caol 'cli',htfnl werather in the middlle ,if thl'e ,ek. Threshinig is in caeur,: of prretree in thia district, and I anm happyr to tare thalt the yielns are in al Inrtance, that hate irntcm nillrler miy lotiee, sllrleaseing expectation. irl ote instanlce the return has beern Ih bmtshel. per acre. Thi. is so eanoeraging that nexa season we may anticipate a mach greater area ocultiratiia n : attcutioahitherto being atmoist wholly restricted to grazing. Sinma cansiniera-ole aresosmenlt was lately cnallsed by the escape of two Mirl o i "can. aric;" from their newi abodesit tile t?nsh'lip. One. well-.ktnown athlete madle a ain attemlpt to catch the runawayes-lwhether ill th ortho dox faslion of public spIrts for catchini these equadreupets deponent saveth not-bhtt lhe catte to grief in the clffoft. wcitlh the result lhatll he...
Success of Party. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Success of Party. Our correspondent wires f:ont Yarrant on Thursday, 7 p.mn. Party arrived in Yar-? t tit 4.r. ?1 p?. Goond track all the way, ll\ rpll Ir.s little clearing. Party from 'raralenn in op position, starting on Wetidnlay night, ar rirvd live minutes before nI. This pa:rt}, consisting i. Mta&lt;rt. lirtnin, Walsh, J.P., l'etnnycnick, Qiiti?y. M'nhm non, Kanep, Bannister, Nitpl. Pro len, anl Carrigg s.arted froml YI'innr en 'Ilitrs 1 ty" morning, and. as will be s.,n t'em the above tolegraul, arrivel at Yarrigp in godl tieno. Thle roulltt i-i pra.:icla'tl.,monstratcd, adl nothing furtlmr is relired than to have the eaute cleared fur ioramtrafte ,, ith the hlast possiblel delay. In thle maranltim thio l,'pulttion to the l'Pnu'o-mtr t lIer'al nn Mindudaplnett, will no oluibt. he snceess ful in obtaitiint an ahernative tllener for converance of mails bllet\ent l 'arraml and Yinnar. There is little doubt that (tie dif ferencel in istliance betl\wule the ioints of coner...
ROSEDALE LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
ROnEDALE LAND BOARD. The following cases were denlt with at the local boardl yesterday. SICTIox 32, LAND Aor 1384, I Archibald Burnside, allotment 5, area WILLUNG, 2 Laurence Mlrren. allotment S7.nrea Sqna 3 Js1eph Wright, allotment 87, area SOn; rcm,, notndcd. 4 Mtildan I,. Greenwell, allotment87, area 51111 a; apeatl. r Sl;etha Darling, allotment 87, area 80n. ri C0as. O'Connor, allotment 64, area 880a ; reio,no e nded. 7 II,h,. G. Shields, part allotment 52 and 5211, area 180a. TRARALGON. Il t lwrdl Cleaver, nllotment iil, area Ifina: recommended. e J a. 1'. Ilowtlett, allotntcnt 53,area390a; rec:ontiltellded. 10 William Drysdale, allotment F, area 317n. I1 Jno, Davidson, allotment P, area 317a; reelne,,deldcd. 12 Wmu. Drysdale. allotment G. area 1GOn 1: .ias. Smith, allotment IG, area Ili0n. SIt William Phillip, allotment G,area 160a; ree,,nnmended. 13 Jon. Nicholton, allottnmet G. area IG1a. 6 ID ucl an l)Dunbar, allotment G, area 17 Ilichnrd Date, allotmenit G, area ll603. RIS...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Val OCutlots.-Drip each cutlet in n beaten eg, then in peppered and salted cracker dust, and fry in hot dripping to a rich golden brown, Lay each ms it is done on paper to absorb the greens. Arrange on a hot dish and pot on every rtleit a generoic spoonful of sauce. Make it by hneating two tableouonful of butter to n crean with a tablcspoonful of lemon jiice and a tablo. spootul1 of lemon juice and a tablespoonful of minced parsley. It only takles fuur liters to make tvc. Tie sohloul be rluturi.es, tIltough, cwhn ii .1 fllllt n1ui. oiull claitnm that he., ca loist t..1t tut o ut will. 'I,' uo h + lt ,1 *t :utu Otum . lt luu ,1lily iofu?r tu , his tIel lita site will itae 1,+lt al14 tu it ue t ltltnelt a year. An Irih lliillti,?ol.--.A Iliitatto, un in? l I ? t , f aI. , lut ll ilt"ve.ut.. lare.d ilt ta tihe ,i0l 1ll"." No." ,nid, Id, h npI I tl , it, untLy a t ea .' uit !I tuing fr watet."
Nature's vs. Man's Adulterations. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Nature's vs. Manm's Adulteratlions. Placid I am, content, serene, I take my slab of gypsum bread And chunks of oleomargarine Upon its tasteless side I spread. The egg I et was never laid By any cackling, feathered hen, But from the L,,rd knows what 'tis made In Newark, by unfeathered men. I wash my simple brekfast down With favorite chicory so cheap; Or for the best bIlack tean in town lIred willow leaves I calmly steep. Andl if from mars's vile arts I flea And ids'ttk pure water Irotn tile pump 1 'glt'll ,vn il fllsuori;e, And 'l tarts f rawn hau:terim, Amml li,'i" rosat,,ri : , An I wri .minsu polig?stricir, Anil s;ituy dits.,e:ee;, At,.il d suiml.bareid ki lopd:, N 'n-foricat,:d a?,ll,'s !:e, An'l vaeriiti&lt; amniatelcii:e Of milItle, high, antd low delre, For Nature jstl boets all creation In moltipheld ahlltemration. Flint Wallsu.-Flint oas's ' are frmn'l Ie, twen two pilanks ir Iraies. thi ltime heinol p,,ure asin thel flinsit?t a liquid tMat. lin 'min ' -m'ess the la...
'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1887. ARTESIAN WATER FOR MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
VOX POPU?LI. (PIUBLISIIHED EVEIHRY SATURDAY). SATUIIDAY, ?ARCHII 12, 1887. AlUIESI.AN WA.TEI FOI MONRWELL. DIcni the intensely hot wcathe; ex perienced through part of this sunnser, the want of a copious supply of wate.r was nmost severely felt in this town.. It is certainly a matter for surprise that no efforts havehiteherto been made to secure a permanent supply of water (or the town, as the comfort and even tlh health of tile people are largely depetdeit on the supply of water at their coamtulnd. The most feasibl, means seems, to be contained in the idea of sinking an ar tesian well. The iinprovmciezota in maclhiery for effleting this sort of work, and the well-proved eflicielncy of the various apparatus for the purpose are such, that the cost may be calculated with considerable exactness. ''1e pro bability of the success in obtaining an artesian supply, is staclr as. will certainly juistify a considerable e.end?iture of Ioney'to secure thst end. We are girt by usouftais on three...
Miscellaneous. The Newfoundland Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
flDIicclahlcoue. The Ncwfoundlauld Dog. The following is the standard adopted by the Newfoandlan d Club: Symme try and Ginenrl pjlFearnero.-The dogasboalt impress the eye with strength iand great activity. lIe shouldl move freely on his legs with the body swung loosely between them, so that a slight roll in gait should not be objcectionable, but at the same time a weak or hollnw back, slackness of the loins and cow hocks should be a decided fault. If?ad.-Should be broad and massive, flat on the skull, the' occipital ble vwell devel oped ; there should be no decided stop, and the muzzle should be short, clean cut and ratber square in shape, and covered with short fine hair. Cat.--Should be flat and dense, of a coasish texture and oily nature, andl cap able oa resisting the water. If brushelld the wrong way it should fall back into its place natnrally. lod rl.-SShould be well rilbed up with a broacd Iack. A-neck strong, nell set on to the shoulders and back, anil strong muscular loins...
Farm and Dairy Produce. The Farmers Co-operative Business Association of Victoria, Limited, 81, Little Collins street West [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Far ud unit airv Prolduce. Thie Farmers Co-operative Bnsiness A.so ciationi of Victoria, Liuited, 81, Little Collins street West. We hell our usual sale of dairy produce to-day before a largeattendance, and report sales as under : CLIesEs-Good supply of mnediuImn at Gil per lb. 1'OrrED BIUTTEre-Largo quantity to han.ll Prime, 1i to 18 id ; medianl, 8d to 10d ; inferior lower. FREstl BUlirER-Prime, Is Gil to 2s ; a few special dairies reaching higher figures, Medium Is to Is Gd ;inferior down to 4d. Ecss-Single lines to Is 4}d ; large uno gnaranteedlconsigntments ls to 1s ld. I'Poturn-Fowls (smlall), 2s Gd and 3s 3d to 5s 7i1 per pair ; turkeys, 10s to his Gd ; Guirnea fow\ls, 3s ; ducks, 4s 5s. We hihid our fruit sale on Tuesday. Grapes averaged 7s per case; figs, 4s ti ; apples s ; almonds is ; pears 5s ; ipluis 8s 3d. We have nloney to land in large or small slllls at muoderate rates; also farms land other prolperties for sale. Tm?lnnaoos, Mondlay. Marriage, Orr and Co. report :-A...
The Farmer. Early Cattle Improvers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887
Early. Cattle ImFprovers. In the endeavonr really to aueertaiit how the various breeds of live stock cantms;t to a?tta the forms in which wv now tiod themt in Great Biritain the greatest impediments of late years are tlhoe treated by the intense rivalries betweentdi ilterent clilques of breeders. Not only is there no concerted action, but each se'tin seems bhent, so far as it lies in their lpower. on hialeriln facts from coaming into light. From the tenure Iupon which land was hell. fromn thecense ofinsecority fostered by divided authority, no general sense of the advantage otf what we mnelw term pure breed ing can be disveorerd prior to last century. During the last centur. ,endeavors to im prove local breedIs y obtaining sires from other districts, w\hich had earnlle a reputa tionl, becanle contllenvt. Ye't it is hardly Ivos sible to getn o nothentie tlrt Inwl evid?nce of what thlese introdeoe,:d sires were. July 9thl, 1St!l, was iscit'd from the ollier of tihe J tiT t"ilree J.fe ...