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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Advertisement. The following is the prize list for the Morwell, Mirboo and Narracan Agricul tural and Pastoral Society, to be held on 7th April. Class A.--Drauglht Stock, Section 1, Entire horse, any age. lst prize, £5 ; 2nd, £2 ; 3rd prize, Ihon. men tiotl. Section 2, Best 2-yr-oldl colt or filly, st prize (the gift of 31r. W. M1'Na,,t), 1.2 10c • 2nd (the gift of Mr Date), 1.1 Is. Section i3, BroiI mare, with foal at foot. 1st prize (the gift of the presidlent), L3 ; 2nd (the gift of the president), L2 ; 3rdi, hont. mention. Section 4, Best dry ntre. ]?t prize. L.2 2nd, Li Is, ona..pair winkers (the gift of Mr. lhize. Section 5, Best 3-yr-old lilly. 1st prize, L; 2nd, 1. Sectiol 6, Ilest yearling. Chamipion lprize, 1.2 2s. Sectiin 7, Best' foal at foot. 1st prize, L.1. Section 8, Best pair farm horses. lst prize, LI. Extras. Best Yearling bly ''L itiers Model" (the gift of Mr. T. Welsh). L2 24. Best I'ul (the gift of Mr. T. Walsll), LI ls. Best 'Yearling .iy " Gunshot", (the gift ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

hme kui imlan d mb the ener bs ounty of Ifrth Ebstopped to talkh sith a farmer who was cutting down his tall hband some hayrick and loading the hay for the London e aerket. He was a lively, progressie sort of a man. who had been an emigrant to Autralia nnd,nf ter a long residence there, hadl again returned to the home farm in Eng and, and like many others who had lived years away from England, he had returned home with many broad ideas in his mind. Speaking with him of the bad Deer drinking habits of the English laborers, he said the great trouble was they would not use the beer in moderation. A moderate use of beer, ie thoueht, might be beneficial to them. I asked him to tell me what his idea of modern tion in this regard was. Ie replied that in thaiing time, which as in Old as in New Eng. land, is a period when the farm hand is expected to work unbsually hard, a laboring ma oughillt t be able to get along on a gallon of beer a doe. If the men would put op with about that 'quantity...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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In older Days. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Yn older Du s.--" Fair as the'dwnm do you know What i -tis ?' asked, Curiolanue, holding a button in his fingers. "Moet Curt, thou noblest son of Rome, it isbut a button," said Virgilia. " And bhast thou so much know. ledge, then of this I" he said again, holding before her' eyes a garment by the'ta--; no,' no, by all the gods, 'twa by the neck. ' " 'Ay, good, my lord, it is a button hole." "And the conjunction, then, tell me of that, thou moon of Rome." "Go to, my lord and has band, I am not a logicia; no, notI. The isolated facts I comprehend, but cannot frame them to a syllogism. (o, get the to tailory. Corry pins his shirt collar witha. black headed bat pin and goes to the polit not caring who is elected. A mathematical correepondent writa "I am going 4 2 see myin 0 ded. I shall not have g 8 long for an answer.. I suppose you wish me 6 s." A flimflam flopped from a fllamaloo, Where the pollywogg pinked so pale. nd the pipkn piped a petulant "'poo I" To the garrulous pawp of the ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Watch Found in a Shark. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

A Watch Found in a Shark. ~----+--- Some fishermen, fishing in the river Thames near Poplar, on 1st December, 1887, with much difficulty drew into their boat a shark, yet alive, but apparently very sickly. It was taken on shore, and having been opened, in its belly were found a silver watch, a metal chain, and a cornelian seal, together with several pieces of gold lace, supposed to have belonged to some young gentleman, who was unfortunate enough to have fallen overboard ; that the hody and other' parts had either been digested or otherwise voided, but the watch and gold lace not being able to pass through it, the fish had thereby hecome sickly, and would in all probability soon have died. The watch had the name of "Henry Watson, London, No. 1369, and the works were very mouch impaired. On these circum stances being made public, Mr Henry Watson watclhmaker, in Shoreditch, recollected, that about two vears ago, he sold the watch to Mr. Ephraim Thomson, of Whitehapel, as a present to ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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French Soup. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

French 0oupt.--Cut p a good-Hized onin into thle rl lls and place, with one half poutd of butter, into ia stew-pan; do not let the union get Irown, but whl-n aboult Ihlf e,o.ki pl:t in three handfuls of sorrel, one of lettuce, all linely cut ; rold pepper, salt, a little nutll(.g, and keelp.stirring the vlege tables until tn?e are nearly eohked ; theln put in one tablendlpoonfbll of licly-p)ndled lont sou'.ar atd l pint nuld halfaof sock; boil until theonion i t thoroughly well-dIone. 'Toasts?mt ove-ry thin slices r.f bre.tl; cut alln t two inches square: dry these, nult when the soutp is to to estrved, after adlding the beaten vrlks of two eyes nnd half a pint of, milk, place'the toast in the soup bowlband pour the' ?o01t) over it. I'r. Talmage thinks that newapaper men are tniiertb?l . Somne of tlheml are not. Sotme of thorn are dead, Mr. Talrmage. Ohil! mv brother,, ,screamted the street prneacher, wlatt is morle terrible.tanl to il in'rntrstu'l" An? l then a butlged.nottIld ll h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Boys' Column. The Rearing of Puppies. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

ops" QColumn. The Iearing of Puppies. BY FR. KtItN SATTEIITHWAITE. Stecr the Introdcetion of dog shows in thin country. some nears back. and the consequent lae i ncreses f otoLsosf various breeds,sI from this.e nortlv St. Ilerntarl to the shireriun little black and:tan tcriler, it hle fallen to the lot of taeur yoans peopleu to become dotl ovatto,. Tllhere is stometohini especially delightful to" a boy to e the posesrsor of snlte liove ntaion, and to know tlhat its well-doin depeds npost his care. The nIoveltv of a responsibility of this kind remiogly causes the average boy to grow two inches taller in a nighlt, and to. make'hit jacket a tioht fit around hris chest when hle pts it on it the morning. It then nbehoves the young otwner to learn how to care for tis l et, so that it may enjoy the best of health and be a safe companion and always ready forn romp. Even if he cannot assnlmo the entire charge of his dog, every boy should inform imself oas to how it stould to looked after in ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Inoculation as a Preservative against Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Inoculation as a Preserva;tlve aiutlust onlsonsumltltioin. sI. Verneuil has lately published a letter to the editor of the Gazette JIebdulodaire, MI. Lercboullet, in which he proposes to bet on foot an experimental inquiry into the pos sibility of linding some method of" attenuat ing " the presumed virus of tubercle, so as to make inoculotion therewith practically use ful against consumption, either as a prophy. lanctic meaure, like vaccination againstsmanll pox, oras na means of core, like 1'ateur's in oculatious in hydrophobin. Three thousand franca have already been subscribed, and the respectable names of Cor nil, Boucharl, Damaschino, and lPotin are mentioned among those who approve of the investigatioln. It must, however, be remembered (1) that with the exception of hydrophobia, an excep tion still on trial, no human disease but small pox is known which can be prevented by inocu lation ; (2) that of epizootic diseases, antilrax is only in certain cases guanrded agaiust by Past...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

How 1inl 1(1 a nlouspoken our: sporting rwritersoar21. Vrofrssionnl fobotrlrcc.for lrgu stalces are repcatcdly "sturred" by a leading, betting man. Yet.how often dhes a press man call the public attention to such.a stato. ci thinga..

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PETTY SESSIONS. APRIL, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

PEITY SESSIONS. APRIL, 1887. Trnralgoti, \Wdnecday8 ISth nnd 97th. 10 am. afsnl mllonse Issaed Thlrr Y7th and Friday 22nd. aloe, Satarda, Idtih, 0.30 a.m.;tsmmonses issued Tuesday I~'* Meornelld, Wledaday 20th, 0.00 a.m,; sum. moueca issued Frilday 1th.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Topics of the Day. The premier has forwarded to the various mayors and shire presidents throughout the colyny a copy of the letter which he recently received from His Excellency the Governor on the subject of the Imperial Institute, to gether with copies of the report of the organising colmmittee, a statement as to the scope and objects of the proposed institution, and copies of the resolutions passed at a meeting of representatives of county antd municipal and other local geovernment authorities at St. James Palace, Lolnon, and at a public meeting held at ,the Mansion-house. In his circularr letter accompanying these documents, Gillies remarks that " amongst the many modes proposed for celebrating the imeorable reign of Queen Victoria, the [mperial Institute is the one which has most distinctly received Her Masjesty's own approval, and is the suggestion of IIis Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, who is furthering it with cordial personal interest." His Excellency the Governor sugg...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. TRARALGON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Live Stock Report. TRAIIALnOO. M)onday. Messrs 3Tarriage, Orr & Co. repolrt. Our yardis crotwdied with a fine description of cattle whici sohl at late rates, the attlellance ws v ery large l n!d bidiling spirited. \We soll eovery lot, fat bullocks to £7 17s Gl; lo co\ws to £.0 its; store bIllocks £5 to £15 tSi; do cows £3 10s, to £4; lot of eos with calves £5t; 10 nice springrrs at £!0, young cattlei large supply from 3.5s to 56s; pigs sictkers -is 0: slips 8s to it. Mtcssra. 11. CGldo?hrougth and Co's Limited Weekly Grain Relhrat. Our expost Ilsiness in wheat this st.a.:on is proclediig ver" slo hh up to date, our total sipnments hoth to thle Uttited Kiugdomu and intercolonialtl ationting to IIoly 415,000 tonlls out of an estinIatisd available) s.urplul of 150,000 tors. The latest ac counts rl o thie Lonldon ll rtiot report that prices are again welaker, alnd, though they have ltlltbhld a v,,vry lows point, tlher; are at 'preset few siIgs of recev,r:'v ilnoticeable. This ne...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Tracing a Bank Note. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Tracing a flank Note. Some years ago I-was a resident in ?ew' York. One day a gentleman who announced himself as the British consul at that port, entered my office, saying that he wished to speak with Mr. 1.-. S That is my nnamec," t replied. S sPardon e," sa I ithe consul, " but I was under the impression that Mr. M.- , w\tl Ie aI:n i i.oeoui of seeig, was an older toaus thoan tr are." '" AlI, it is my father, then you want. Un f.,rtunatelt he is contined to the house by indisposition. Can you communicate to met tile nature of your bosincss, and it may Ice in my pouver to attend to it in his ab sence ? " a" i am ohlired to you," said the consul. " Well," Ie addedtl after some slight hesita tion, " I slould like to speak to you in pri v:ttc flor a fee: minutes, if convenient." " Ccrtainl '." Ilaving showed the old gentleman into an inner room 1 recquested lhil to be seated and w-airil for thim toi breoachi the master concern inc which lie h:ul rcoie. \\'itlhut preface. the consul to...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Rahbi's Spell. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

The " fitltbl, 5pv!!3 A iq.-5 lno'" ~ si"i 'oil C. Cuio. ý. ln,;. r'nll; .: rnrlhtt FCý,"\". Mi"., L'1nd,:cgh "r". iý :.rpt '"" like with (i; xi P.,llin~rli. "h ' ..,1 1,_r i" ,-tarn. bIut no hi 'non ;ioor her ha- ' -...-rul forlidalen the match. it 1 00v , - "no they liil mit noel flirt' in .i 1 r. it ..ng;'on thrtie r nloin rollv loll. on t yon": ";"e.rwho is jooreotoo, nmtl onfiior : taboh. heo renl murderer tlrnooo in the .-(T 6. lo I··ian nohioorio, Co'int Niicha 1," i .ioi i . :hn hAil blen deeply inoobcmd in ,'nlt to toheirioov uonl'eolr, lhich he crnrb not ."%V. Tin.r" i:dloi'n Sp-tl " worooo out hie ;:* m~ii. 'iil 0 dioti on" ,ho onj r opot intc. ion had nourda oil the Jai.

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Miscellaneous. The South Wind. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

fniSccltancous. Tho South Wind. OUr night, alter she .had cropt to her bed of ,,gS, brauied and sore front Old Nan's daily i 'Sting, she heard the South Wind softly tlotoing past the window, and she whis. to red: "Oh I South Wind, hsve pity on men I :,w beaten,, and woiked, and otarved l .e 1.:t:! ro a poor n"i-o' n e i l! " "lt .l e:.!nt iol ten Old N se'n hcrt." *,w?erted the brencz:, "nur can I bring you tIsni." "You con tnke a message for me." "''o nw hoes?" " 12v mortthr in TIs vn." " Wihat. is the muth?? 'o " Tell her that sny dans are fu:i of misery, .<.! iny nighos t.es r" le with eortrow. I wtos t. he with her in 'a.'." "Sleep, c:ileJ., nl 1 ;nil bear your rme-. -' e '5" hip '!e. 1 tle \-ile.l ; anll -ele forgot i, w'retchtedne:e,s nrel, sle.epe's.., dlrtntbdeof "no valhas nted tosif .twenotloweri thet , cried out in tou.e cf! ijd , hd tswoisbi Oldl h" [Iow d'ro youl" I proltr!.l the hne: andl s bo heat the child aiote lti ao.ein lfor hbr '"re n.::" nigiht thn So...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Why Should It Be. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Wihy S hould It fic. The good, the beautiful andl true lave passed laway with regret, I:t the fellow who d!ats yeou tn the back Ilau nover beeno shot ldead yet. 'the hand of death has been laid upon Kind heerts, that have ceandued to throb, ulit tile man who hoe becn everynwhar lKeeps the sexton out of a job. We miss the man whose band wacs warm, Whose words wer full of hope, But the :naa who ;a alwayn hanoing around Is yet unhung to a rope. We mourn the man of bIenevolence, Whose presence broulht a tlllrilil \\'hile tile mnau who sas,' "'I told yua so," lie licca to say it still. Tile warrior brave, his dceedscl are o'er, \Whichl bards have piraised alcd sling, Still thie man who talks all your bttonlls off Yet wage the same old tolacgue. The queens, whose fame is earth's heritage, Are gone, and the nationo grieve, lBut the woman who enters the church always late W ill be the lasot to take e[ve . Tice sageC of tihe past are fled, Beur tiheir influences ne tract,. Wcile tice man who...

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Coquette. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

COQllette . Bmarnc her eyes to me unr yon The mhrirhch t are and blue;t. Shall totNr arise between ua twn, The aIdun friends and true-t ? She smnlies on me; rmy hears is light, And -ol:rs is eta:pi d in sorrow, SAn? Set the dower I 'ane to-anichr, Sho'll tharco to you to morrow Coquette in ehe ; FO say with nme: " Let h.Ia aho wins ier weart her ; An.i tnir--hcwever fair aba be. Tb're's mninny a lasie fairer." But if it heiw, ?d well it may, That eachi il vain has pleah d I al o my seonse ar thrown A~-y, Andl all ynoar eighs unheteded W,'It ",,"aw oiurelvre no hermiLt' vows, We'll crot no foamino hillow, Won'll bird ab:out our dimnal hroas No wrreatha at mournful willow; Bur, slow. i? spite of her disdain, We yet c.n live without her; And joininng handa, w'll lauch r:ain And thinlk n- more abou: her I

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Correspondence. A DANGEROUS CROSSING. TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Correspolldelce. -4---- A DANGEROUS CIROSSING. TO THE EDITOR MI[OzwELL ADvt:RTISER. Sri,-Kindly permit ome, through the Imediunn of your journalr,. to drawl the at tention of the public to a ver- tdangerous crossing over the totrwell river, on the wavtoYinnar frozn Drifieldl. Ihad occasion last Sabbath to- test the strengthl of this specimen of early enterprise, when, not to my astonishmment, but to tile discomfiture of horse and rider, we were nearl" preci pitatedi into Itle current belwtr. A nuler of planks are laid athwart in such a loose manner, wy:thouat even a spike to keep themt down, which, together with the numerous apertures anzI limited width renders its crossing a very precarious undertakinzg. The whole affair is dangerous in the extreme. and bears the itmpress of unskilful primitive carpentry;. It may be that the shocks of timen antf chance have rendered it more despicable. To say the best it is a temporary structure and requires the speeial inspection of the councii. A...

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MORWELL ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

HOIl.WELL ANNUX.L SPORTS.. The following are the haanlicaps and ac ceptances for the principal events to be run I on Easter landay : Horivell Sheffield Ilanudicap.-130 Yds. t W. B. Shehlon, MIelbourne, accepted ...8 J. Mills, IIeatherston, accepted ... 8 J. C. Sherrin, Birregnrra, accepted ... 8 it. ?IcEewan, Co wwar, accepted ... 8 A. Downie, Dronin, accepted ... 9 J. H. Neale, Traralgon, accepted 9 C. Barnett, Sale, accepted ... .. 10 J. O'Day, Williamnstown, accepted ... 10 J. J. Foy, Devon, accepted .. ... 10 S. J. Malone, Mtalden Creek, accepted ... 10 S. McDonald, Loy Yang, accepted ... 10 J. Blair, Mnrwell, accepted .. ... 1 R. Moyes, Melbourne, accepted ... 11 E. Young, 'ratfra, accepted ... ... 11 W. Granger ... 12 W. Smith. 3orwell, aeccepted ... 12 J. Jones, Flynn's Crelek, accepted ... 12 A. S. Goddardl, Geelong, accept d ... 12 A. Vary, Mtorwell, accepted ... .. 12 p.J. Flanagan, Port Albert, accepted ... 13 F. S. Hammonad, Traralgon, accepted ... 13 Wr. . S. Payne, Bai...

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Dealing with a Deaf Witness. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

?Deaiamgi-with a"eaf swas me " Several year ago, while Anttim Connty~ lich,, Ivas: iii a primtive"s-tlc bf'ciilicia tiln, a breach of promise suit came before tihe Circuit Court at 1Elk Rapids. Tlh plain tiff, one Eliza J. Spoonier, alleged that Wil linm Smith had trilled with her young affec tions seriously mtich. - Ie had, by promisoe to marry, induced her to give up 6ne Samtiel Jones, who was also an admirer of hers, and who, under the smart'of'lcer Jefunal, .had: since joined himself in the boilds of holy., matrimony,to Lucy [Skinner, and in conse quence, wos not out of marklet. which the asuitg party alaimed had blighted her fondest hope:, and cast about £'5 worth, of gloom, over her futureo.' oTie plainttif's prlicipal witness was. o' Uncle " Dave-Bagley.' lie was over 70 aind very deaf. One of his peculiarities was to alsnays answer to a qlueotion; and it made no diIference whether he understand it', or not ; his reply would be ready.", :i The lawyer for the defence was a lit...

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Ladies' Column. Idols. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 April 1887

Idoln. "Now5Freddy, say the multplicntion table for Mrs. ]lanks." Freddy shook back the curls from his beautiful face, and tciumph antly accomplished it. "nThere I" the falo mother said proudly, "and he is not four years old for two weeks." The child,excited by hismother's proud face, struck an attitudennad recited several pieces. of childiish poetry with good draumatic effect. " Ishe not forward.' tays Mrs. lRaymeond, fondly. But why do you look so grave, Loi 1"it' " Will you letme speak to you very frankly dear 1" i?i's. f.ans replied. . "I can never think that," was the quick reply. "I was telling VWill this morning. that niy pleasure in your return home was scti-h, for 1 meant to run to"you for advice sbout ?cerything." - "You neversawnmy boy I" Mrs. Banks said, a shadow passing over her blue eyes, "my Arthur,thu prccious..liegay my husband left i)o when h nisdestli tdok nall th brightness out of my life. I was very young, Alice, when my husband died, not twenty, and my boy had ...

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