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MORWELL POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

MOBWELL POST OTICE. 1MAILS DESPATCHED. , Melbourne Lp and Travelling P.O. train at 8 am. SDownI Travelling P.O. train at 11 a.m. .=oolara, Yinuar, Darlimurla, Mirboo North at 11a.m. .Feoster, 11 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays only. p Heselwoalx, at, I2nood., aorwell Bridge, at i p.m. Melboaurne and Up TravelltUgitrln, & p.m Down Travelling train, 9 p.m.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

A maee agly daiamen wasm made t so of epei ments at a hlage jewery establishment New Tar, whiheb are thus described in the Aimrier. ssarnl ef&isem for July : " It had beem cut into the rude outline foms of a brilliant, and. ts table had been placed on adlamond polishing wheel for a hundred days. be averge cr enmfeeee of that part of the wheel on which it was placed bnlag 24 feet and the wheel going at the rate of ,M600 revolutlons per maInta, the surta that travrelled over the diamond table amounted toorver l7,000ailes. At tiua four and eight pounds were added to the ·eusl $to j pounds of the clamp or bolder, and for a time foty pounds etri were ddd, this last causing the wheel to throw oat sintillations for several feet. The diamond fairly ploughed the wheel, pacti. aening it, so hat it ?euired ring befl it ould be furte used.' Al thes efforte, however, filed to polish the diamond sumB cieantly for use as a gem. ara restid san ram Meller. the Autralils botanist, who had jus...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TRARALGON ANNUAL RACES. MARCH 17TH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

TRAR.tIAuON ANNUAL RI.CES. ItAncit 17trn, 1887.-, These races were on this occasion not up to the nsnal standard. Thiis may be ac counted for by races being hbld at Cow war on the satnls lday. MAIDE'N PtATE. Weight for ago, race ol 1o miles for 10 soas IH. Scott's bhg. Little Frankl... ... 1 11. IR. Anlcron's b.ln. Ethel Hawthorn F. C. Lyo'sch,ni. 3"aldeof the till... 3 This race was never in doubt, Little Frank m akin thle running and c:une home in a canter without turning a hiair. II Anc.\r HuIttlni, It AC-.' Of 15 scS. A sweeopstake of 20s to go to the second horse. Distance about 2 miles. There were 4 entries for this race;'hut the scratchinigs of lMessrs. I'Gralo and Itowle 's nominations left only. J. Grigg's h.g. Conconriaged 10st 101b, altd I. Shiel's b.g. Freezaceot i yrs 9ot 101b, to contest the race witliithe following result : Freezeoiut ... . ... ... ... 1 Concord. ... 2 Concrd.'.. ... ... .. .. .....2 The rider of Concord evidently was averse to give the other horse a ...

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S[?] Imitations in the Heat Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

*»slm I slttMM lai SheNeat tA the Hoe ta Lo rdi Koaday, Lord Laminaon asked her lajesty's Govenment whether they would take say steps to pre vent the rle of imported meat M home pro duce, which entailed great injury on the home producer a well as o the customer. He explained that be did not object to the Importatiol of mat. Whet be wished to prevent sa the sale of imported meat a home produce. By prohibiting sale of that kind they would protect farmers and the public at lare spgailt groes frauds. Lord Houghton fully recognid the deir. ability of aecurin that articles sold should seitully be what they purported to be. I1s. purted aeat, however, was very similar or rther abeolutely Identical with the home od?ce. That wa especialy true of meet at was not frozen. AnythinE , therefore, In the nature of the prohibition desired b the noble lord would be Ineffective, a .it would not be possible even by analysi to dis. finguish', between 'home produce and fresh Imported ,met. If the restrict...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Farmer. S[?]ation from the Cow. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Whersea imeisge a distipaisbhed m?di wel authkic.tv, witing to the "Medinil Times tad Galt." declared that typhoidl feer of lma walderived from distempered dogs, we. nusteot eta having fete a asea ot relief in not being that medical authority." Whbe nmore reeently two still higher authorities eneaeiated the startling disclosure that the riik faem cows afcted with "garget" bad in itself, and almte, bem the meanm of starti g tsp as epidemic of diphtheria, our sense of re ief was still greater on fnding we were not Whesn it was alleged that thecow meed the emarhable ptopensitytelsaoeatmg with. on herself the germs of a spe?a i bhuman die. orderin the coureandoutot theconditionsr t asimple lealailment ofthe udder, we wished, In the interest of anitary science no les than the dairy ames and the public, that medical es ch e" with the protection of publie. health ad largue perience of comparative atholog, oa eves a moderate share of cow. I?ld tatormatie an the eommon ailments of bovinas.' ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Railway Manifest [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

\ 'ncYtn.L-Vary Mlifn Quinton llavlcigu Hillyard, Ah Chcc oflondmaf. Hcalo, MIu+" Waldon, Jonea, Socphensoll. Furholl. JIopc Kclclch, WddKinnao, Dostiog, and Bryoah, - Cloou aia r cnnnon nail Robi biorrell; Manrriage,; Crr, Jamrlcson ai o l.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

TO-MORROW'S S ERV I( F' *Cnuncn O ENr( A'-Thivine Seir3'i will too bot el~oxt SoonolnSa3 ot olluwa: Y in nLr, 11 nni :; Pri ffl ld , 3 p p.m .; M oor well, 7 Pt. 31r.'A: tolwabri. WOOGLKYAN CiuclO.- Divin&orvleeio wil hoe hell next Sund a 0 fooloowo : Trooialinn,ll 11 t.nJ; LboeilwoO4l 1%rtlo, 3. p.4, ; MnDiwelllt 7 'pai~. Rev. T. Allay Farewell Servteea °' L . r .; PI1EdnrrdnlnNa1ltvnolri-cEiivno Sorýýic will too lolrofon Soondooyoo foollows loboonro, 7. Ioaoa.: M clr. II. dEborioldo.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Scraps by a Scribbler. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Serabs by ' SerIlbbler. llavug,)h. "caeaMsathese scriili'" .on him once again, and being assured that the Easter carnival is fast approaching, he would .unburdenlihimself of that "settled air of - sole~i aity" and show that he "has got 'em a .aokiing overithe paper aInst week there cuuli be noticed a paragraph Indicating that at thu 3sorwell Show there is to be a L5 is prize-for the iheaviest haby-which will eoiitiludo the day's enjoyment.' Theargument of lthe piro and cons require consideration when it is pointed out that steps are to be takca to reduce the bag to two bushels, as thei precent generation are unable to haIndltle carefully a four bushel bag. Of course this dlgenceraey- must bo'checked. and surely no more litting argumdnt could be used in favor of the eucouragemelit of il?ht growvth.. . SIt is about time tllhat the' attention of the police was irawni to.tite suffcringo cf the podo cattle ?lsut 'p iil the sale yards ii the brolling heat for sometimes two days alter a s?...

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Boys' Column. The King's Pet Elephants. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

3WV Commnt. 1k. ..s'r etpsk n..f. BT DAVID KIu. - Well, Itf tse are white elephants, I don't think much of them," said 1 to my friend Mr. T- , of the American Legation, as we came back across the courtyard of the royal palace at Bangkok (the capitalof Siam), after one visit to the famous white elephants which are to Siam what the eagle is to America or the lion to England. "It seems to me that if yon were to upset a pot of white paint over an ordinary black elephant, it would come to mucsh the same thing, except the blue eyes." "Ah I Its just thes white spots that make all the difference," answered he. "As to a perfectly white elephant like that you see on the Siamese flag, I don't suppose there'ever was such a beast, and there's none such here now, anyway. But the hut part of this show tiastillto ome: .'" , . . "What's the next thing, then-? sky-blue rhinoceros, or a pe-green buffalo 7" "Not quite ; but you haven't seen the big elephants yet. - They're all in the King's stable, out...

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'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1887. YINNAR TO YARRAM RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

(PI'UtLISfHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARC 19D, 1887. YJ NAR 'IO 'ARMAM RAILWAY. ToE battle. of. mail. routosL.ll remainsa... to be fought out by Ttalgon, Rosedalo and Sale respectively. Tile claim of Yinnar to consideration inandoubtedl,but- tlfisatcliii anwell be held in abeyance tintil the roid that thevisiting committee triavelled over is cleared. What con concernslus5 howivere is'of 'fr duper'"'i import, for what o athe ttle of the mail?routes only intended to pave the way for railway connection with Yuiranu.1 ;'ina iaEs s.so.adinrably situ ated, that it will command consideration, when the question' of route is finally to be determined. In the., face of the , facts msde known ]by the visiting com mnittee on the excursion to Yarram, (as detailed in our sutipploenent), it cannot be expected that the people of this dis trict will remain in a state-of quiescence and inertness, when it is made known that a.party. of s!rveyors has recci el instructions to comulence a permanent su...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

POSTr'ONE.M.NT OF MASS.-Father Egan informs us that there w-ill' b1e no mass on Sunday next, but on the following Sunday there will be late mas, -. AccrDENT.-On Siunday evening last alad the son of Mr Wilson, of this town, was thrown from his horse. ffe:ustained a severe : shlking, and was unconscious for some:time. We are pleased to learn he, isa completely recovered. CATTLE YARDS "AT ~ -YINNAu.--Messrs. Marriage, Orr and Co. nar erecting new yards at Yinnar. These are indicatiye of the pro. greas of that town, whlich bids fairly upon tile junctioi of the Yarram railway being effected, tobecome a' town of considerable importance. RACg IM 31EE'rjdTj. 'INAL2 Amm0tgi1i3G of Yiniinr Racing Club was held at Wick's hotel on Tuesday Inst; the full particulars of which will be found in another column. STAr?Ic.Anrreo? SERVICES.-Mfr Edwards delivered eirliisyunl yl?sttwo very interesting sermons to large congregationa, in commemo. ration ofthankfulueas to Providence fora {i bountiful harvest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Awmectiona ' Aild~M' m. w. Hatil& I. STOCK STATION AND COUItISBLON AGENT MELBOUETB AND -a AR AGUL - AUCTION Sale. condutctol in any part . of- Gipsland regularlv every Satur day fo'?fti at our yards, flulu Bulun njd Monday fortnight at oar Yards. Morwell; and monthly at arragudDroniP n a(and,oo wtng, andl at theiMeloutirnme Corytrytims lards, Newmarket, esry wneek. J 4 YAb ATlONS MIADI1 MONEY TO. LSN[I, lARGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FJLES' HOLD OR LILSHIOLD . IIBan Orrici - 70 Qen street, Melbournae, [PUlLIC NOTICE, A BRAINC 01 OU BUSINESS )IAS B EEX ESTABLISIIED Sleott's Royal Hotel, Warragai, coder the MANAGEMENT OR Ir, Oh.arls Louasada Wm Hamilton & co, TO Queen street, Mclbourne,' PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MAGNIK ICENT AGRICULTURAL GRAZING PROPERTY. W?% . HAMfLTON & CO. (in conjunc tion with 3essrs. Byron Moore &A Co.) have received instructlons from J. Nicol, Esq.,.to sell .by public auction at an early date, all his magnificent Agricultural Grazing Property,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

. „...:.. , .. .. ii ': I.. :. ., + go t l,liutieB . . .: , . *. L *':. . S.. Laste- of the Crichket e' .:otel B EGS inform hid n..ro. irindas d the Publio Uaemnfl ihat ?ia l?a rcihased .h^d^ a " T .... N r of 1FflmT CLA,, ACCOMM.ODATI+O .fr Traveller., I.ST. -.AS - A7tKiBILLyARD" TABLE - .' WINUS AND SPInITS OF THE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. / .HORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIBE. GRABi PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. W ----ot --*-- EDMUND KELLEHER, P ROPRIETOR -ItRST-CLAB8 ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND COM, SMEIICIAL TRAVELLERS. All Spiriti, Wine, and Ales, of the Choicest Brande. GOOD STABLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. Buggies and Saddle HorseS Always obtainable on Hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, S0 W EL L -:o :- HENRY BREED, Proprietor. H AVING just puirchaed this famons Hotel, l Which for comtort and order all othere excel; My Patrons will ftirl I am willing and able S To keep the best DrinkA and the very best Table. My servants are civil. nttentive,...

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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Live Stock Report. MtoRwinLC, Mtonida r Messrs. Marriage Orr & Co. report:-Our. yards were wellt : upplied with every de ecriptioi of. bittle. 'Attetid.ncd goibtl We sold fat cows to LG ; good billocks to 1,6 12s Gd, springers:lL4 10s 'to L "; sta tion bollocks, L4 O-10to L5 " store cows, 1 L3 to F3 15s ; yearlings, fair loit of 80 it L2 Is, and lot of 20 at L2 7s; heifers, L2 lls. We sold on account of Mrs. Matson draught of horses, which met with good sale. , Draught colts to L20, unbroken fil lies to L13 15i; yearlins andt two-vr-olds from L5 to Li 10s. AYso severatl dd lots privately. Messrs. J. English and Co. report :--We held our usual sale at Morwell on Monday, and though prices are down hs a head, ex cept springers since a month ago, we held a very satisfactory sale and sold 220 out of 260. Yearlings from 25s to 42s ; y2r.olds to L2 15s ; springers ts L3 4s; heifers to-Li t s and steers to L4 10s.. Our sale for March at Yilmarlapsed owing to it falling on a holiday,...

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Sketcher. Dr[?] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Si B . IJiEsw HALz, D D., LL`D. I have smen an am s itdrawing.-o1. wth a brigbt ire and plenty of candle-light. but-. ton up his coat, sad shrink into tte smalleit' pssible size, when told it-was rain?npand he was getting wet. He pinly felt th disem fort, and showed it in the usual way. His eyes were wide open. " Here is an ambrella for yoa." said the gentlemat who etrsoduced the rain, handing him a poker of the lod, oldefashioned sort; 'nowrya c walk ar much u you like." He pit t wover hi. sho a der, and, still with his eaye .ide open, strutted round. - Hi employes were in the room. He paid no attention to them, and spoke with ea al read toe.wih e would erver have indelged bet for the Uinsia un der which: he wra brought by It?e getleman who handed himthe pItet. Why bring thi ep t Whaet dsgi.o?aes is it ? This much, thaItt toruchee eperiene we all have that illletes thesebile relatione between mind and body, end that it obeet upon sone of the qeeerttom of eurt life. In the neaghorba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Advertiseme r , The following is the pre list for-the Morwell, Mirboo and Narracan Agricul tural and Pastdral Society, to bedheld on 7th April. Class A.- Draught Stock. Section 1, Entire Borse, any age. lest prize, £5; 2nd, £2 i 3rd prize, eon. men tion. Section 2, Beet 2-yr-old colt or filly. 1st Priize (tlhift of Mlr. WV. 3M'Nabb), L210s ; 2ndl (the gift of JIr Date), L1 Is. Section 3, Bro,al mur, with foal at foot. eIt prizr (the gift of the prciident), L3; 2dl (the gift of. the president), L2 ;.3nr, Ihoni. ,lCentioo. :'ection 4, Best drymare. e st prize, 122: 2nd, ls I, one jlatr winkort (the gift of Mr. lIaiz. Lectin b, Best 3-yrol1d filly. ,1t pri'ze, L2 ';' 2nd, 1. Section' 6, "'Best yvearling. C?hampion priz.,, 1.2 2s? : Secctin 7, Best foal at foot. lent prize, Ll. Section 8, Best pair form horses. lst prize, 13. Zixtras. Best Yearling byh" Victors Modelul" (the gift of 31r. T. Walsh). L2 2s. Best Foal (the gift of 3Mr.T. \VWalol), L1 ls. Borst Yearling hv " OUnshot" (the g...

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MORWELL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., chairman, and Messrs. S. Vary, Esq., J.P., and W. S. Guthrie, Esq., J.P. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

iORWEL I POLICE COURT. WVuoNlcDAv, MARCne 1i. (Beforoe A. W. Itowitt, E l., P.M., chaiir manla, arnlld Mes. S. Vary, l:eq., .L.p, and ti. S. G rthrie, lFeq.,. P.;' DILLU ?,NKC E SA. Police V. ~lint. Charged with drunken. ness. Dismnistd with Ita Eation. BittIt?i or PetAOce. Police v.- IHatson.- Cllargledlwith breach of peajo. Defendant was lined 10.. NEtLECTFUl- P'Attcrs.i. Trluant Inspector v. McMillan. St inm toned for neglect to cotaply with the pro visions of tile Education Act. Fined 2s'tW in each of two cases. "_ CtUILTY. .: : Police v 1: Flemltinag. Defendant was proceeded against on a it llirge of'crmeltyin alhlvintg a nure hi tt imainfully crippled ceitndlitin, beingg kept for breading litr. The evidence of Cotlnsitable Joliutson wCent to plrove that on the 7tlt Feb., ast, he sawv i llare claimed biy the defendlant which was crippling about with one log that ap ?eared to be broken.. lIe saw traces of blond oil the grass, and waos certain tilhe an:iro wias sttlfering considt...

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Yinnar to Yarram. Unqualified Success OF THE PARTY. Splendid Road the Whole Way. DISTANCE ONLY 26 Miles. PUBLIC MEETING AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Yinar to Yarram . Unqualified Success OF THE PARTY Splendid Road the Whole Way. DISTANCE ONLY PUBLIC MEETLNG AT M]ORWELL. No bands, no banners flying, or guns tiring, 'but quietly and confidently started" hie visiting commnittee from Yinnar at 9 a.m. on the morning, of the 10th inst., do T.,rmined to show practically that the near est, and best road is by way of Yinnar to YAIIRRAM. This large, important, and fertile district is inhabited by people, the greater part of wlhom can scarcely be aware that they are .dive, or they surely would have been con nected by good road-way between them oyves and a railway station, only 20 miles reimved, instead of thinking" thus far but no farther' at the lbok of the SRI'IELLECKI RANGES, which present an ahnlmost npassablo barrier to direct road communication with the main line at any point-except at Yinnar. This to the direct Natural Pass over tile mountains, being the lowest in elevation, mostlevel in character, requiring opt a single bridgo or c...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

The cashier of a business place had oces. sion to leave his desk one dlay, and he called the son of the proprietor, who was at work in another department, to take his place for an hour or two, and instructed him about how to make entries in the eash book, in case any money came in, the receipts on one side and disbursements on the other. The boy's father came in and wanted two dollars, which the son gave him, and when the cashier came back he found an entry in the cash book. On one aide was this: "Took in two dollars from a granger with his pants tucked in his boots." The cashier looked at the scrawl in the book and then at the cash drawer, and said, " Well, where's the two dollars? " The boy thought a minute, took a pencil and wrote on the other side of the book : " Pa col. lared the two dollars."' The cashier sighed, and the boy said, " Well, it balances, don't it What more do you want I "-Pechk' Mairriage.-A married ldty of nnr ac quaintance thus tfums ub her Ihrce years of marri...

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Why Should It Be. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

Why Should It Be. The good, the beautiful and true Have psased away with regret, But the fellow who slaps you on the back Has never been shot dead yet. The hand of death has been laid upon Kinid he'rts, that have ceaaed to throb, But. the man wo hap been everrywhere Keeps the sezton out of a job. We miss the man whose hand was warm, Whose words were full of hope, But the man who is always hanging around Is yet unhung to a rope. We mourn the man of benerolence, Whose presence brought a thrill, While othe man who says, " I told you so," lie lives to say it still. The warrior brave, his deeds are o'er, Which bards have praised and sung, Still the man who talks all your buttons of Yet wags the same old tongue. The queens, whose fame is earth's heritage, Are gone, and the nations grieve, But the woman who enters the hburch always late Will be the last to take leave. 'The sages of the past are fled, Bult their influences we trace, While. the man whose word.;is, "lIsn't it hot ?" Has not g...

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