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Trafalgar Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 January 1889
Trafillgar npurts. Boxing Day was a gay nie in Trafalgar. The sports inmeting hroight many visitors frnom far and wide, amongst whlomn where a team of cricketers from tilhe Metropolis who at l(1 a.m. comumencne, alaunglhtring the I-cal howling, and wolll not Fe denied until 71 ruos had been ,placed to their crulit. The local m ,en tlhn went in and 45 Raw thl.last wicket fall, sn that the vis;tors gained the victory by 20 runs, and the Trfalgarites were henton bulit not disgraced. A gqivement was then nadlt for "Ithe feed" provilded hv Mesar, Cioke andi GCordon. tim local hnnifaces, suil if Daine Rtunmenr seaks truimly they agadin won by about half a turker. Nowr coemmtncced the sports proper, wihichl were at credit to tlhosewhtook thie progranmnmuein hand.an. and the varinns events proved the dliucretion exercised by the handlirappors, andi the'starter, Mr Jackson ; while the g meeral management ruflectel the greatest credit on the secretarv. Mr J. Realing. Tihe following is a detai...
Mirboo Athletic Sports. MIRBOO NORTH, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 January 1889
Ilrboo ,Atlet ic Sportst Er;n JLCEtRIC TY.EQnoAPtII. (!h'ouji acOS IterPnnwreIn.) MHI300 NOiTriI, FIUnOAY. Owing to iniclemeicnt wentlher sports not ns great a success no they Imight have been. Appe'oneid are. r.rineipol.mwonts IttILDLE. RACE. First tcoat-Cnstla 1,' t'admty-go-n.ssy 2, Itnnlo3 3 . Ilecoud heat-S-mithl 1, Pencint 2, Kiltla ~"Finanl heat--South 1 , 'Reilly 2, 1'incint IOANDICAP. First hc.t-Catls I, -Dsmmond 3. Ridgway l. Second heat-Cotter I, Caldwetl 2, Pirniy lS.. Filmol beat- Cotter t, tarnaby 2, Caldwell
A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 January 1889
A1, oictke frIm the Street. (1cy LPERF.GRTtNtE P'ICKLi.) A ynung man with a -loverl.anl-l-loved had-l.metre rt of smell aitout him las la:c splanshitnge. aiott the columns of the FRlattMlta JiottUIAL.thisI week. tie dubs himself ' Thalianus.,"'and the subject of -his li?tinl .htiwl is' "llachelourdm." Iere it is. (t rit?y- I The intiiyroat to a happyilife, Th outlly vay- with grief to part, Is.to gUt a goal little .wife AWitl.a devoted silcetre henrr. - A loving heart withouit a mate, .•i? like the days witlhouitai sun; Sinl and unhnppytis his fate,. sit fitBs no pIlew're and ni fun. We like to bte lovil aetl longt to love, 1. Fer thliss a gosa heart's divine law; It. is a feeling you' ca:t remove. - :Andl ,will'follow-wherever you go. This life I learc with pain," eAs l-have tic love in ,sight; Andl callllotsec at grl agaill - . ni iehleen-hunttlrc i atnd eighty-cight.' Now-I'll try to minaster tihee ideac", . Aln.fill my pipe to have a smIoke, - For loveickntess may. bring disease...
From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 January 1889
:11I A..ntricau lecturer Isrlinsscs a solcmmn warningl~ to-thu- otts Pot sit aristocracy,:- " lgli' r"1'J;t¢IJ.+y}:Ery. t Oc d..A IS trl,}jr' wjtis +nbmoured pu l~l'ibhbi~r rvillr ellis ' " I o a+ ciiel ii in, It f luikno, 'hthc. itiun ti,.n l : icl.Jein, al i t (miii-"' Th prosf ry. til's atrh; itt« tnlkn btin l lte 11 tiits nutoid . ani, p es tno, his-niiyit-iIG i 1,,,ioty an I s iust soimart. Tic sin, ptee .o ll; Iinna iVc n iugdihitutul , i. c thIs t teu iirl ,,tt itt fIllcr, hina 1ý. iiid eii tltWtt j l cl t ir it t I'hs i to Thn myra p ulm l 111+ 11LA "s. ii ii 'l teC nii n tll9 t fra at hint tllc .9(..l t le .1i I owll rcal'""si,,Jl,.illr. T till, 1nre v cmtr o I , I rtitin IIUlnl 1Clt out it( ti'pnt!thjr that tic cam't stliL. Iiupn, Iint suis, svuiid fautin -sunku us that his utju uCe-i. cester, thelhih it k s ( iioiii uimin fotight iii thi Cr 4 te, 1u miiiii 55ii~eioiii Uiose ntiu -olca toi lthi upire thesu fourefathers amiil -ýtr ()t thir wn elileisibiitiy. 'to the avernac...
LICENSING COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
flewatlte, utIh. Ila IIt iuu. Tmmtiton, 0th1, at atattto totulttt tt1tu tatrat tat Otae tat .t~tt, 1800, r-. ,aIarlng ttat a 1oIlttia tit?$l tttt tc?'ell 3 ttleatr dl.tyt tat toatrctttttglalaltt ttaa tuurt. i Th tluOr ta ti'ttrt wll attatllta alt tllu Itautat Ctatttta, i t llltallatt, 0a tty' ta bitherat. C. DU VY Cerk of Courta. 0 r"m ras~~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
3fr. Fitr rn'.i btollm". ther nnvrli·);'iai· ý ý. of tim ohhlms. rrVmtIrý *lmnh:illoe in .it) tostes. lfo nftent itopo in the 'tria lf, :ii \bv a nenny toy. snch natn l.mlvaim: rrivir n'ont ationo of the faeomynrdoi inil:.lr it hl:i. : lie live In tAlm - hnmhirq'l"i lii Ie l.nainr... Londonanja'l dloes n": da :lA : o urk at-f lio % British hlrncam: Onle "of " hisso- omeotini f.ncienin In pal tlio oinder sioe of hiam too:.. carpet. with oil hin oi1 ioewrniroo~rr-,li has. a hbl menory for fnw·s. anli 0nirvr.r'prnoniiime anybody in tCio nst'eon· Vie. A wnell in hin beardl Is nit n hn1 ionn'ninr. itl. s".m an In ma fnrooritn wlith tho lmi~P·i nI' ho in / rll., lils iet hook: ii the life of " lldmonil Kenn. . i .: ITOP1 FOR TlHlE lP 0.L l';-lrl:ir no; , 0nr Det ms Th a C'n.r fenfrsfor Tin mant nnionninihie eleenu hoie Inril rrteil 'fienil for 1:12 ponyn l ionrelln' Biool contninio. fuil pnrtlinlorn n tllih i110tiv1n, :pnrei `Pr' v Mloliolon. Ia \ .itllimu street, Mrelbduerno' 'u ·:::·.vi...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
TOMIOIUIOW S SERVICES. CsuncIr OF EMGLASD.-Dlll eSrrlca Widl bu Lellll Ilrt Smnlnr to Lu fn h)\ :-Burrell, 11 I a~m.; 'Uurdl IlrilgW, 9.9 pj.m.; Mlor"~ll, 7 y·ut. Mr. Fr,,,ri,. WESLEYAN CIIUlCIC--DirI servlcr wll I,, hrll lw~n, 7 Ir. Mr. iSltrrnal.
A Mystery of Mysteries. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
A Mlystery of I1ysteries. The IIeuar,o of Inst Saturday contains, imleor the abo?o heading, two columns and and a Ihal of closely printed matter devoted to tie olneildatinn of what it terllms "tlhe sensational disappearance of MIr. 'E. A. Patterson," a well-known ncltioneer. remilin in Gippaland years ngo. I' iwill ho fresh in the minls of man ny of onr readers that IMr. Pattersnot, anlot two years ago, loft 3Mlbourno ono da?y with tlhe in tention of coming to fRippiladl. Ieo wasn setll lat l'nrrg?I" byl Ao ocqtaintncee, and then sodllceniv and in'opltfeol dlisanpinrosl from Iiunn kon: All ell'nrt to lionc'er his wheroabonts were fruitloss. Vnrinus eonjectlures Woro inilelhed in ntl thio tollo oas to tho e sos of Itis disppountaue. T'hoe honenra opnilln, of course, non thatc? t poeriliorc" emhllrllrlnenti indocedl him ,o coInir. ontieilUo. Altoenativo sllnoggi lions rn ho lnt he tha oither ?ot loat, anod Ipeisued In thn blush, or hlal ontrivel to gutl oawn?y io ?O1(e ntlher eolntr'....
THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
THE SAT'UIRDAY, JANUAIIY 1, 1850. INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS. TIE work of' the Medical Congress now in' session itn 3lelbourne should result in valuable additions being made ,to the general ?'?ck of scientific know ledge possessed by .rove .the most renowned an0mg our practitioners. The most brilliant luminaries in the. world of Colonial Medical Science were present at the Wilson JHall, last evening, in solemni conclave with distinguished members of the faculty from various parts of the extra-Australian English speaking world. Weighty subjects, some of ptramnouant interest even to the lay mind, lhd to. be dealt with, and weighty words were spoken. There v?ore able scholarly addresses delivered at the inaugural proceedings on Monday, which must have been read `with the deepest interest by any one capable of taking an intelligent interest in matters which, though somewhat outside the ordinary routine of everyday reflec tion and conversation, have yet a sprofound inlflilirce upon t...
Correspondence. We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily [?] the views expressed by our correspondents. MORWELL V. TRAFALGAR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Corrlespoiiilllicc. We wrlshlt to br d*titln"r 1 Iloyrr-rrnle thlt rwe Ir IlCet aieera'lli lld. ihe vrew exprreled by our oreTellldernt.t. ,MORWELL V. TRAFALGAR. TO THE EDITOR. SIR.-I notice in your olntemporary. the " Nrorwell and Mlrboo Gazette."a report of a cricket match played at Trafalgar on atarurday Int bctwecn the Morwrll and Trafalgar cricket clubs, in which it is stated thai Morwell won tihe match by one run. Although not present I hadtl been given to unlcdersltond that the match ended in a tie, ibth teams scorinr Bt each. I, therefore. took thile trouble, after seeing your conteCm lrrnrar' report, to see the secretary of the 'l'mrafalear ch. anrd obtatnl from him tire actual score?, which I enclose. The M0lorell menll. from report, no doubt are nnd nmen, but while being so they should be hottest. and give every man his just due. The Trtafalgar itertI are lnewr to thie game of cricket. anl hlnve had little mractice. and I thinlk the " Gazette" might have givenll them cred...
PETTY SESSIONS JANUARY, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
PETTY SISSIO.' JAlmuaI1, 1889. Rloseale, Frihl, 11th, tt 11 n.m. Sntomonse l issue ouoory FrlPLy. Trwiolihw. I .Iwh.1on Otthoun1 30th, at 10'n ow Suloo,,,o ltuned W,,ucdnooaby 2m, and Multudy hoat. ]lunvell, Thmrady, 17th, 9.30 am. sumlnonrcr laueI ,londln 7th. Too,,itIe, Tooo1ny 8th,. it It tIt. SummlIOnses iow,.1d Fraly. 008)h llloeobot. layyelll. TI'nrrdntr 10th, it 11 am. Sn71. nnea JSJIIL·J Thttrsiny, inf. ' Mow Tl, h, 3161, 10 aon. umntoowaE Iasuo-t Wodouooy. 231,4. lLrtto SNorth. Ttotrtay, 17th, 2 p.1. SttI.t monu~e ottd Mloohny, 71h.
Cricket. MORWELL V. TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Cricket. MO1WELL V. TIIAFALGAR. A match was played at Trafalgar between thie alhov clubs on Saturday and rosulted in what wasn lli'veid at, the time to be a tie. An exalinaition of the score supllplied to Ins by tie secretary. how ever, reveals the fact that Mlorwell was actually the winner by one run. W. O'Connlorbeing only creditid with it total of II, thougl his real scoro was 12. Mnrwell can hardly ha sai:l to deserve the victory os none of the players tulrned up to go by an early train ansd the team had to he Iturriedly got together in time to catch the 2.30 p.m gnowsl train, othoerwise the.engagemtent with Trafalgar could not htavo been kept. 1We may mention that a raitch wtas to have boIn played with Warragull some tillle aigo, blut in cnnseo lquence of only tlhree tir turning tip in tile to tcatch the train for that place the uuatlch hld to he allotwed Ito lapse. We trlust that salch it llreach f faith will iiot Ih eolunlllittedl lugain, bult that :erly infor iltion will he ...
Potato Crop at Warrnambool. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Potato Crop at Warr?namutol. It is evident, from reports received fromt the W'arronnhonl district, that the erly crolip of potatoesl thoro will not he io p?iel as was expected. Grnowers intici patedl i seriilns falling ol" this season, oilln"ig thu exce-livie dryness of the Spring. hlot it is plain that the l tillieuilty will he touchl greater tIi wIas lit first spposeld wonti hle the - case. Fielis which last y'ear ieshled nine or ten tons per aicnt will not p urol?r ce molre hla two or three this seson. .hlan" farriierr are now pllnting lpotiLtnee in the lihop of sucllring seine return fromll thell. Tlhere is alillnlanl t tltoistllre in the grminl at present anwl if a fair lmiellit of rIiln falls thrnlighoutl the nilinlller these late sewn crops should dol well. In the lmeantilme there seems to lie every proslect of the proennt high price of potatoes continuing until the crops now lbeing sown cotsll in. Shonli this llpro a failire, ritatnes will lie an lllnost ulnltiinalllle luxur...
Festivities at Geachville. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Festivities at Ceachlville. A grand concert and hbll was held at Geachvillo on New Year's Night to celebrate thie opening of the local Selectors Institute. A number of local as well as Metropolitan amotoeurs took part. A special feature being thei introduction of the zither to a GippLland audience by the well known artiste Miss Nelly Stabb, who cinplotels chared the audioence with heor clover pltyilg. Two excellent comedies were perfrwied by the local dramtttic cluh "'To's Wife" and "A Silent Woman." the company sustainingo the respective characters admirably. A ball followed, andl was kept tp in a spirited manner until break of day.
Concert and Ball at Mirboo. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Concert attd MIall it lirhboo. After tihe sports:on Frilny the annltil enncert and ball, in aid of the building fund of the Romlan Catholic Church, was held in the Mechanics' Institute, and, when we take into consideration the unfavorable state of the weather, the clmmnllittee are to be conllgrtlat edl )i the liberal patronage extended by the public, there being a large attenlantie, Mr. F. C. Mason, who at each of these ceeerts hs occupied the chair, was again at his post, and performeel the duties pertaining thereto with his usual ability. Tile programnu e provided was one that merited anl received the hearty appreciation of tile audience, and goodl humour and satisfaction was exhibited throughout. The entertainment conm unenced with an overture by Miss Mary Anderson. The piece selected "Irish I)iamonds," was rendered in a manner characteristic to a young lady's ability as a pianiste. and Mr. Russ(ell must feel gratified by the credit reflected upon him by this one' of his many cle...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
"It is an mistake," writes an English ],xclhanog, " to supposeo that a ne?r?biography of Genelral Geonlo the poet is about to be brought out, the fact being that Messrs. Mullen, thie booksellers, are bringing ont a new edition of the poet's works, for which they have isked lMr. lons to Write n bio graphical notice. With this object In view Mr. lhiss has been visiting those gentlenioi who know Gordon in Australia, and got from them several interesting dotails of the career nnld characteristics of the poet which have not previously been made public in a standard publication.
Extraordinary Scene at the London Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Eztraordliary SCencat the Lonldon Wool Stles. Tie wool sain?, which were fixed to coonmlnce on November 27, had to be postponed until thile following dty, owing to serious dissensions respecting the adosp tion of far'hing bids. It has been hoped that the concesion limiting the accoptunce of farthing bids up to 10:1 per lb agreed to by the inlpierrs' comimnittee, wonhl iave bleen regatrdedl Us a sitisflctory emnlllrnOinis The great bilk of the ?yOers, hoinwver, proved recalcitrtant. Finling in :he etablogues of the evening's salo i notilication that bids ilp to 10,1 per lb advance by fa tlhiinrs, itl after liI, by ld per Ib, a ioleting of nllyeir was held in the stleroom an houir before the tilllt fixed for the colnnleneetllent of the sales to diSess the litter. The room waso crowded in every piart, and great oxcite ment prevailedi, tihe beoers v hentiently protesting tgainst farthitng bids in toto, andi tlreatelning to leave tihe reoom if the plraclice were persisted in. After a con...
Another attempt at Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Aniithe"r attnempt at Sitfelde. On ' Thursday evening ?Connotbleo Mille?',i f ' Boolara'l?ihnghtliir'a wond he suicide nadiedS idb 1 utt his throat after a drinking bitif.,It appears that" Spark; rwho wani:. e?sed splitting for a selector .named O'Reilly, at Boolarp, hid.retsrnel t ivownrk after being sonmoAdays on thie "spree" in ther toinship. ! Som?goinds 'lhad been for wnerdpd (rpni one of the stores in hloolara to tlmepnartyof men to'o wli ah" Spark lelonged, and one of the items was a bottle of whisky which was taken ppse?-sion l byj'hlim: lie drank about half of it,?'t is supposed that delirium tremens supervened. Ile called, out to one of his mates, "See what' I have idgi;'e' and itswansrctmn seen that he had madei ant aitiei'pt toYt "Ecu?Iliis throat. InfoCmntion was' at once given to Crh?stabl'iMIiller; whb brought Sparks to •Sale .hy the oveningitrain. The injuries inflicted.aroesupiplosci ti Ie trifling. tSme L"very startling disclosnres are romnised In conneetion with t...
Attempted Suicide at Traralgon [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889
Attempteid S tli:ie i.t Tra!'lgoni A mann nmed..Michael .Malone..was. charged at the Trareloini Police Coirt on Wednedoly ?ilthli attemipting to commit suicide. It appears that Malone had, heen driiking·hnllai. of lat ant Rfsedale, antl lie went to? Mr liraffin's ftom on Sunday in quest of 'work, and was put on to do* somde stripping. On the following morning lie appeared to l 'not at.alli'fit; for work, and' in th1 afternoon lie did not return to the field. Later on in the revening lie wneiseeu walking about with his hand clasped on his throat nand blood gashing: through the fingers. It was evident that there had been an attempt at suicide on: the part of Malon.ln Mr Draffin at' once rode to Trralgon annd gave information to the piolice.- Constable Keen retuined with hint and brouglht the prisoner. to .Timralon',loek-nui: The wonnfdinflicteif upon himself 'hv Malonie was a serious one,'and the,serrices,nf Dr Montgomnqr. had to - hlde 'ohtainer. ' Malone:.. was remanded to the Sale'...