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Coquette. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
Coquette. Blernse her eyea to me and you The brightest are and bluest, Shall storms arise between us two, The oldest friends and truest ? 8be smiles on me; my heart is light, And yours is steeped in sorrow, And yet the flower I ave to-night, She'll throw to you tomorrow. Coquette is she; so ray with me: SLet him who wins her wear hsr; And fair-however fair she be, There's many a lassie fairer." But if it hap, and wellit may. That each in vain has pleaded, I all my songs are thrown away, And all your sighs unheeded, We'll vow ourselves no hermit's vows, We'll cross no foaming billow, We'll bind about our dismal brows No wreaths of mournful willow; But show, in spite of her disdain, We yet can live without her; And joining hands, we'll laugh again And think no more about her I
The Rabbi's Spell. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
The Rabbl's SpelL A nesso.sJnern romanes, by Stewart 0. Cam. berland (published by D. Appleton & Co.), 14 a powerfully wrought story. Mira, the daugh. ter, is deeply in love with Geta Poltnski, whq loved her in return, but as he was poor beh father had sternly forbidden the matcb. It was known that they had met and parted in sager. SBupicion therefree nastrsllyfsillso the young lover, who is arrested, amd sofferg mash. But the real murderer proves in the end to be a lRusian nobleman, Count Nicho. lie Boltikof, who had been deeply involved In debt to the money tender, which he could not pay. The " Rabbi's Spell" works out his Nemesis, and ho died on the very spot wherg he had murdered the Jew.
Miscellaneous. The South Wind. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
mnDiscclianeous; The South Wind. OxN night, alfr ihe had orep to her bed of nage, bruiwtd and sore from Old Na's daily beating, she heard the South Wind ontly blowing put the window, and. she whis. pered : "Obh South Wind, have pity on mel I am beaten, and worked, and starved B )kind to a poor orphan girl I" "Bat I annot loften Old Nan's bhrt," aswered the breeze, "nor can I bring ye food." " You aan take a message or me." " To whom ?" SMy mother in HIaven." SWhat is the mesusge?' " Tll her that my days are full of mlrry, ad my nights are long with sorrow. I want to be with her in Heaven." "Bleep, child, and I will bear your ms. sage!" whirpered the wind; and she forgot her wretehedness, and, sleeping, dreamed of tgeen valleys and such hanutilul flowers that she cried out In tones of joy, and awoke Old Nan. " How dare yon I" growled the ham; and bhe beat the child again and again for her dream. The next night the South Wind whispesed at the window, and the child ros up and asked: S"...
Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
Topics ofthe DIay. Tins conilpletion of the 25th year of the Melbourne Univiersity Medical School, iand the cntrslince of the school on its 26th year, wro mande the " occasion yesterday of an address, by Dr. Neild, at Wilson Hall. The address was delivered to a" numerous 'assemblage of persons irterestcd in academic life, and the iMedical Sch6ol itself s'ns present iii force'ahld nmale itself responsible for the appllase. Dr. Ncildl, as ; the first appointed lecturer in forensic medicine, was well qualified to review the history, progress, and proslpects of the Medical School, and in an easy anid plcasant way ran over the chief events in the 25 vcar. of its .existence. . His remarks were dihl siuviired With .cutting allusions to the neglectful way in which the University council hald treated, the umcdical school n?id, faculty of nmedoicine by continually: aflking the faculty's .advice and lusually ignoring it.' Towards the .close of his address Dr..Neild expiessed hiniself on the su...
Her Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
"Whet you looking at, gran'pa" asked a bright, gl?ldeihaired liittte girl cue morning. SHer picure,'lam . " What makiesi yen l.4 at grpan'l aa pie ture sno utiet l ' Can't juu 'mimbrhotow su lookeu t when she was'live l' " .e., lis, bat" it faeir away; fades so quickly my heart is unsatisfied. I can see herin the pi.ture here and h.,k at hera long time." "Wh\Vat makep you want to so much, gran'pal The face is old and wrinkled-" " No,, o, lass I You don't see I The face is fair sand round, i;n? the roses come and go in her cheelks like they always did when I lookel at her long." "Why, granpa 1 e.cheeks are wrinkled and sunk in at?ld-"' " What's the matter with thee, lass ? Don't I know her face? I ca see it an plain as the day I kissed it tirst in tile orchard path long, long ago. Them's dimples you see is hercheeks, lass. Roguish dimplesthatalways laueh to gladden the heart that sies them' And that rose in her hair-" "Where,gran'pal Letmesee." "There, on that ide, lass, whore the ea...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
WVI:.s..EYA Cnriwnn.-Divine Service will bie heldl next Sulayy a-s plinwle : Inal-woord, 11 a.m.: Drijllichl, 3 p.m., Yinnar. R p.m. "Mr Cirnanm. Pr?snetll?ni Ciiultoln.Dllvine Service' will hlie hehld on Siliy asi follonws : Yinnar. 11 a.m.: illazelwnod North, 3 p.m.; 3orwell. 7 p.m. i 1r Eldridei : Cnrlunoi or E AnrGLAN\.-Divine Service will In- held l net Slunlda as follnjs : NorthlIazelwonol, 11 a.mr Mor?ell Biridge 3 p.m.; 3[orncll 7 p.m. iMr Edwards Mans on Sunday, 11 n.am.
MORWELL POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
IZOR\VELL POST OFFICE, 1[ SIrlc ttp iiiidTiny lfihi .o m n AIrllaonrne~ Ulr :i lll mvellltl; P.O. (rain at li)own T'niv.llinig P.O. triiis at Ii 11. at I1 Ulll . Wiisiie, 11 nots., Moniiiliiys, Wsediissdnys nti 2antirdiiys onily., 1Isaclwissi, nt 12 nIsio. NEorwell lBridge, at, I ps.~o Ms losmna sd Up Traveilling traini, f psI Diwa Traso2Ilii,+trsia, 9 pim."
Receipt and Pay Office. LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
neceipt mia li Pay OHice. LEASES. y.' Brvson, N. Stvehnioo, J. Diyer,' .1.? Geale: \X Hardy, 'Waiter :Marstin, E.' T..Fick, W,' "ooei J. Sheills (2), .P. Whelan. (2),". G. Wihalley seenr., Patrick helan,. (2); G:. Whalley, if, Mcartin, A. F. .I'Donldl, J. Pryde, P' Kichardson, R. Riggall,. H;:.: Whitiles, R:, Goodwin;: "' Wilson. junr.J. Regan,' 3 Nettall,: . Gilmour.... . Leases inde, suction 3" I..i 184i : Sanders, W. Rice,-W VGealo, Hi G.' Briggs. GRANTS. R. .3r. ClhpnolT, J.. Bvans, H. King, F. Handley, ,A. Wellington, A.: Nadenhonsch (2), Thonmas Needham (4).. W . Rno?l, . Scarlett."2, W.V Scarltt. .1 Cox, T:' New-c:: man; W. Gouid,l.T. O'Connor, S. Dai?; S. A. )knorrison, E.' \yVvkle R' P'enridge, XS. ' Dodd, J. R. Balfour, .A. J. i-Bmmn, IF. Willis, Iiamhrok and another, T. Burtoni,.,. 2, G:I. Clarne. P 'AYM NTS. ,. , Traralgon :-,T. A. Miirlead. R. 'Mill, .T. Gilsenan; C. Mitrrav,. .1. W'. 'Welbrorid; 1t. IIampton; :J. Kelly. A i HaI-sthorpe, A'. Cameron, W. D. Pnthl?rio A. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
, I . . 1 "..E.tel Fotce.. .MO R,?WELL FAM IILY HOTEL. Lat.e of .h Cricket ea' Hotel EGS to ifrm ise numeroua Friease and the Public tenorally, that he has Purchased Sthe abeve wellbanwn HIostelry. and has thoroughly Renonvatd and newly Fur. b,?aedltThretrho. e* lreowfea~ FIR6T-CLASS ACCO MODATION for Travellors; S itator n s t ao .a . .. .. - ... , iFIRSTCAy'i ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WIN S AND SPIRITS O". TIIH BEST PROCURABLI BRANDS. HORSgS AD" BUGGIoS ON HIRE, -QRBASB PADDOC FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY,. BTABLINO AND CIVIIITY'GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KELLEHE R, PROPRIETOR TIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND COM SMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. All Bpirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choicest Brands. ' GOOD STABLING. GOOD PADDOCK'S. Buggies and addle SHorses Always obtaincable on Hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, S0 R WEL L - : 0 :- HENRY BREED, p:roprietor. H 'AVIN jsat purchased this Lamnus HIotel, Which for comfort and order all others eceol; My Patror, will Ihlt I amn willing andl abl...
PETTY SESSIONS. APRIL, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
;I E '!Th SESSIONS. APRIL, 1887. lkevtidrl, Santnrunl y 2m. 11 n.nm.; nun molnsesI sued M ondny, 2Sth inarch. Trralrgon, Wyedncsdays 13th nod ,27t11, 10 n.in. ; sInmOnISCes inslud Thurudny 7th'and Fridny 22nd. Moo, Santrdny 111th, 0.30 nnn.;nnnnmmnse Issucd Tuesday 12th. >. Mlnrwnhhl, W'e'odnesday 20th, 0.30 nm, snt mnusnus issued Fridny 1010.
THE RAILWAY. INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
THE EAILWAY. INFORMATION Fon TRAVert.LERn. SDuring the month of Dccemlter Passenger Trains will arrive and depart from the va rious stations as follow: TIlE 1AiX LINE. Down Trains leave Sale at 6"55 a.m. and 442 a.in.; Traralgon, 8"4 a.m. and . .1plin.; Marwe1, 826, a.m., aid (11' p.in. Up Trains leave )Mllboarne at 4.12 a.im. andi 431 p.m.; Warragil it 10"10 a.m:,and 7"5G p.n.; Trafailgar, 10"44 a.m. and 8'30 p.a;. 31Mo, 11 a.m. 'and 8.46 p.m., 3Ioravell 11'25 a.m. and 0911 p.in; Traralgon, 1148 a.m. iind 9"34 p:it.; arrive at Sale 12658 a.mi. andl 1044 p.m. -. l'aa ti ;.. Dirni" Trains leave 3orwiell at 11 45 a.m.; Y'inmnar, at 12.10 pl.m.; Bnolara, at 12"25 p.m.; Darlimnula, 12:45 p.m.; arrive at 1irboo North at 1 p.in ip Trainis leave lirbioo North at 6.40 .111. ; and 4.30 p.m11.; Darliimur]a at a.0.. a.m., and 4..45 p.in.; boolar at?.715 an.;l. and fi il.l.7; ' innar, 7'30 a.m., and 5.21 0 .Im. ; arrive at NMorwell at 7"55 a.m. II" OOLAA INtE. Train leaves -1orwell for Yinnar t...
THE YANAR [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
iCptain BTehffort, of thie hoal Nivy, It.Si,' am'ion his intedretitng lretail of his' late surrvey at KKanamoinai ,descriies this' ciuroinos pleilneainon; ;iil froii r.hisi acclint t Li d'ol'ving, paiticnlars are :ex traetedl. 'lI 'nto:ii lporceive,' a; smiall, but steadv light,ait aingi the hills during tie 'night, it was represetedl v the inhabitants as a Yanair, r vdlcalnii: light ; lnd, on ;the' 'followin ei- iirninig,. ciriosity- led him to vtsit the sp o'. inl the ine coier of ai rmined builirin 'lo' caineu.to `ta wall, so underimiined', as t to: lsave an aperture of ahount tlhree feet in diaireter' ill"slhal;ed ,lik 'an oven:. From thist apeirturo the flaini issiied,, givilg out an intense heat, hbut witni?t priluc'`n an' y smoke on the wall "i-all, altlih ih si.worlid-smalil Iumps of chake,1 sul. · werie dlut lyi.L'frili, the nck ol the openin ,t'thie'lls ! erie sacarcly dis colored. Tree, brushwood and woods grow close around this little crater ; a small streaum trickled do...
Traralgon Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1887. Before Mr A. W. Howitt, P.M., Dr. Morrison, Mr Wittakers, and Mr Sykes, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
TrarugaohIl I'eIIel&COlrt, r'"I Tvi aAYo,.dnnoic '3'i1 9187-.*&lt; iefore Air . I'. l vit iL .? Dr. I r ,.iso'oi fir Wiittaiers, and Mr.Sykeos =: A.-kr llihn; nu1 J. Price v?,T; Sheehain. '-Claihn for goods Rail ndl: delii?ered, £5 8A R8iLNo applotaranceo of c6tpaitnats. Cans d fl 11.4S!I . , ' . '- . . •,T'Al Ie pi e , ?. Bcr. , , Thori1np a1E. , awson, F. w Iainnd flay; Ilf. " worn, and l. .itchell,' 2.--N ' leaing to sald heaiid~ren to school.- aicd SImnto vdon iII in oipsood 31. lM'Nainara, aind Clan Leigh.-Neglactiag to isend cldhiren tosehnol. "Fined ticnc hd The Traralgoil Shire Council proneedod nrgainst 9.1 persons, far arreaors of r.te for, 1883.84-85i S6: hIr Visod, of Sale,` apipeared for la Council.: In some: nf lthe casers they were settled out of ioart; in tllhe hialance olers wier adae lfor pay aleoit with enst.
TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
TERRIBLE COLIIERV EXIPLOSION RA vio e stptlisin f flredatd ired in the Blilli corli??y (Sydney)" at half-past I 2 on \\Wlneli&i'naft?enbon last. A feanr fool eitbnrst of gas and air ltok placd frim xhle'ldiitl:(if the tinnel, blowing out 'with its force a bo?y nanied Herbert Cope, ivlio 'was dritinr?ag horses in tihe t inoil aboutt 400tf from the entrarice. A Frenchmuan naideod ' .B quet, swho was working at a shino heapl.1O0 ylsa from tlh, enoraire of the tsunel, wasblown over the emblankment, beit wais not sinjuard... The. horse whicl was being driven hv Cope came out of the tinnel l l " r inintc~ after tli?i exllodion, slightly scorched. Fosir n, L?oC--ln ha?.or.s.. Scott, and IIlse--bsravely entered the tunnel shortly after the accident, to miake a search, Hlope and Scott obing two of the men who were wonrking at' Tithtiw 'when the fatality occirred there ,ense time' "ago.: Otlier partis s. lsequiritl" folloswel, ,hlt the i?:rhl"-i ;asc rtIl vinpi.ledl for '?iint of safe...
"Can Imagination Kill?" [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
"Can fma inaotle ln I , This is, perhaps, hardly the correct form of question that the Britidas and Celoaii Druggist puts to itself in discussing the death of the young woman at Hackney under cir. cumstances in which Keating's insect powder largely figured. As the powder appears by Dr. Tidy's experiments to be perfectly harm. less, the suggestion is not unnaturally made that the deceased, who was poeihly of a hysterical, highly imaginative turn of mind, took the powder in the full belief that by its means her death might be' accomplishud. The wrlterof the article in our contemporary, we think wrongly, brings forward two r. markable instances of what may be regarded as practicable jokes with melancholy termin ations. In the ase of the convict delivered opp to the scientist for the purpose of a psy chological experiment (the man was strapped toa table and blindfolded, oetensibly to be bled to death; a siphon containing water was placed near his head, and the fluid was allowed to trick...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
BORRESPG3DEFM' TO THIE ilvTOit Of T OILLtotv WELL AD\ErlTISEl"t :'" SIR;e- lt, ookixn -over "Scrp b?y ao Scriibler6i i your;.lit isaue. 1 }in. very plesadil to feejhat he took notice of the wan inowhich th Sports in 3Torlcell hone thisn jsar been pi-moted. With i all .odue rcespect t "the -,vry energetic gontltman -,who lhas rtleurtajn? Vo :manrCement.: I think' he "mthbi t( le nt hare called' i Public Meetiuc "nd gi?*i.. . .tioh' t h;slue to, tnie an ntrest ?n promotiag them, an opportunity of droing iso.' For my part I am just as woll satisfied In not hnsing a prtetinthe mantter; a or \vell klonowne re-ones I sroolde objecto bo hoio the comitenitt , B ut no It was entireoly owing to tlhe trouble taken by- Misers. Rintoull; Wal don nod dm yselt thait the Eote r stotoduy Sports, itn More all 0-rer. originally started. and n?. we lha-o nlwnleas inic,done what \r poldd: in:the matter, I; thibk i:d shbiidd l t t least have lihand the opportu?itotr e ref .s?in to assetor else ae b?t i: ...
Woman's Opportunities. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887
A number of years ago ap pela ? eso us in vogue, the spirit of which may still sre. vice the wreck of time : ' Why don't the oen propose?" The statial sef the Old'l?aytate Ommoa. Wealth answer why a hndred thouasd morm or lessof the male sex make no matrimonial oSeer, simply because that anmonntrepressent the excess of feminine over the maseuline gaeder; and when It is considered that many of the latter remain bachelors through lna. bility, or other cause, to support a wife, the numberswells to greater proportions. What woman is there who can tell whether she will be numbered with this hundred thou sand who cannot be wived f The question, then, is a very important one to l11 women, young or old, especially to those of larger mental calibre, wlho loathe and ebho? de penlene. ..... "How we can acquire the heart of bread winning, retaining the feminine graces of characterdistinguishingthe true woman, and still compete successfully with the male sex?" There are a certain portion, howeve...