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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

'FO).YIQIUIOII' S SEJIV~ICES. ! llrrcrr:1' Iv ttrCrn\rt.-ltirirr n orvice ill lit Irb1 1 x1 riot narar follows lr:-r Ii w.: i uNol urth. 3 p. to., 1urwull 7 plo.m Ior -. ,1, Algio. Irrorrrrs r (IIC T10iN Clttorct.-Dit.\I o Sierlice Will tll li roxt Suittlity r s.lllrrr:r-: 21 ,,rrrtll, I I rot:.: 'ru1 to11:, 31p.m.; lt~l ria, 7 tpor.-ltov. It. ]tllt~irge. C tirircit 01' ltorr.,oo.-liv'itrce Prvice will lie lrcll neit ttnvrrirsfltllrws : rinnttr. II no.m. Iazlnotrioil, l1ipt.: 'liar. +:l 7 1r.rr.-11 r. Edrward.. arora:atr. II nm 'I'ii. tlidlOl. 2.71) p1.m1.; 21 lit~,ro Nurtrlr, m ~r.-MIr. I'. \'anotott. 111);1.; ltATnttctl Ctrtrt:crr.-3lorrots wrill P'rirlrr. 291. Ii. at 1 r+. OCelirtrrrrs : r. aa $hdrrtrrtl1n~ry, Irltr. att 10 arir.; Mlirlrno, ,,rttilay. lI.1 flary, lit 11 rim.; l'itrtrr, Mrlor. clary. 214d, t lit Il r.trr.-,-lor. .1 .I. It.hrrtr.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Occnit Numbers. A CHAPTER FULL OF CURIOSITIES AND INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

Occult Nutmbers. A CRALTER FULL, OF CURIOSITIES AND INSTRUC* TIOJ. To begin with the numler two. Its most famous appeaeanr c is. perhapr, in the ulality of Ormuzd and .hlrioman, in Zc roenrenicrn, as repreacnting good acd evil, li bht udtidark nress. This wae have anati inl E ypt, in the deities of 0 irie arnd Tyephon. Tile likenesec in some points of the eaehli.tic doctrinea of tie lJews to thae of of Ztroaiter se e qnted Ihe time of the capeivity as the plrobable date of the origin of tre cabhal, and there is now but little doubt that it rouei its rise in the famous sechool of B?aylonh to which Hie liel belonged. The founder of the hardy and oft reapp-aring Mani.chen ect,. ,lwho had lived long camnag the Pcetian aoi and Ietrieed ChOristisnity tfro G-tier.tie e.tts, mo.liltd his porntheism vwish their dualism. Amerng the Gnostic,, SGitrniuC clearly enuncia't rl the doctrine of the twa prit:cipln-, and ttc!' :i li chr.nt ramcrirl It 'o for as to insbist that ovvery human hil:ng has ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

CURRIENT NEWS. --- WIRTIt's CIncus.-On Wednesday Inst the Wirth IIros. troupe made their second appear ance before the Merweillpublic. 'the tent was not as well filled as on the previous visit. but not muclh complaint could be made by the management on that score. The various feats were well performed; nod the audience was kept. in constant amusement by the eccentricities of the clowns. CORRECTION.-tIn our police court report it was made to appear that a prieoner was sentenced to seveon.months for l;ping drunk and disorderly. The report should.lhave read seven days. RAILWY: EMrL'oYEcs AssocarTIOs. We understandrllat a branch of thisAssocia tion has been- established,ein Morwell. A thoronghly representative meeting was. held on Saturdlay lest in the -Mechanics, when the branch of the Association was started. MIEETISOo .AT 3IECIsicS' INSTITUTE: By reference to our columns it will be seen that a meeting of. all interested in the Mc chanics' Institute will be held on Monday, 9th May, at...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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SO HE DID. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

SO HE DID. Infuriated Purchaser to Dog Fancier'o Brutal Son--'" See here, young man, what the deuce di-l your father mean by telling me that btlldog would become attached to meel Look lat me inow l" Dog Fancier's Brutal oun-" Well, to look at yer elo'a, I should say that father hadn't lied." The editor of the "Buffalo Times ' wsith in his paiper:-" Man that is orn of woman is alruas fcll of schemes to get Ilus cuone in print." The birith rate in 188i; was the highest ever registered in Victrria. Alout 2000 men arc steeadily digging on tlhe field at. Teetcclpa. Mr. John M'Lao;m, of Otago, Ihas contrilnut ed L1,000( towards tile Impelrial Institute.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPERIMENTS IN ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

EXPERIMENTS IN ELECTf!CITY. Electricity is a property which certain bodies acquire by friction; that is to say, the power of attracting or repelling light bodies which may be near them. If you rub a stick of secaling-wau with your hand, or with a piece of cloth or oiled sill:, ad then friss the wax within a few lines of small bits of paper or straw, they will rush towards the wax, and adhere to it as if cemented, until the virtue acquired by the friction is dissipated. Tie same property exists in a great many other bolics ; such as anber, sulphur, jet, glass, the diamncd, crystal, the greater part of the preciouas tones, sill:, woellens,the hair of animals, feathers, paper, and very dry wood. A great many experimnrnts can be per formed with alass tribes, sticki of sealing wax, and sulphur, when only stiall quanti ties of electricity is required. The best rubber for a smooth tlMass tube is the rough side of a black oiled sill:. A little bees'-waax dranv e over thie surface of a tube ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

Live. StteCk Reli(rt. ooawtOrI., Mondty. ?lofsrs. lMiriagi, Orr & C,. refpoerlt:--Uur yards wcrc fairl'y. opllied with cattle to iday. the whlsol lf 'hicL h 10we eharel at satit factorv prices. 'he altteinlance of )buv.ers was targe. anld prices lirm at late raltes. After the satl we r'old ia numnbef of ho:.,uss. Draiughts }roill ,01 to 1; one stallion it *ib0. 9 l'gs--only a few forwarn, suckers, 5s; storu?, good, 25s. Durilg tlhe teek ue ,hl p -ri'ately - r. Sttllian's faris in the Latrobe 1liver, to aII?. Steplolus, of Man?i?lI, at a -itistactory figulre. Messrs. English & Co. report ulnder ldate stlil Ap'ri ;-We held our uisual sale if lmrwcll tI.odiay, iland yinled 00 head of cattle of va-rioues description; nei?ly the whole ft which were cleared at prices sati,factory to ve(ndorse. We sclil springer to £5 I?0; bulhlocks to '£ lJs ; Ileifrs to, '-3 4Is; calves, 31s. After the sah we ioffered two a buggies, io, hor and hairnes, both of lwhich. we sohl. \Ve,el,?i ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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RAISING BUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

dlesa y(oII let, ouJr blo tbiimep lji o oud so had' I'" ''Case fI'm trvhi tt:t ,aise hi.; otlnp ,of ylco ,,tti sss', so dat hli can 4 lick dot big tloy oh yoLui."

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Science. DIPHTHERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

5ctcnce. DIPITHERIA. A general impression prevails that dipbth eria is a disease called into existence withlin a generation or two by modeern mo.les of life and more particularly by what is known as modera conveniences in hoIse building. This belief has been strengthened by a rather careless way of asociating sewer gas with diphtheria and loose statements which seem to attribute to the vapors of the sewage system the potentiality of producing the morbid conditiona. This is a fallacy all through. There is little doubt that the iph theria germ is as old as any other of the morbid grounp; and instances are not wanting of symptoms identical with those of diptheria in ancient writings. A more accurate system of diagnosis, moreover, has defined it so closely that it cannot be mistaken for dis eases with which it was once confounded. For examble, it is generally reported that George Washington died of croup, whereas the disease that carried ofl the Fatlher of his Country is believed by med...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MUSCLES HAVE MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

MUSCLES HAVE- MEMaRY. "Did it ever occur to yon," said a well :noewn local pianist, who spent a consider. Able time in thought, " that humnan muscles have a memory of their own, and that they perform their functions without special orders from the mind at times 1" " \ell. yes," replied the writer, as he sat down at the piano, and unconsciously began exercising his muscles on the keys. " I don't suppose a iungarian working 'in de tich' gives his arms special orders how to manipu late a spade, when he cuts out a lump of terra firma." "That's a very primitive illustration," re. sumed the other, at the same time closing his piano, locking it, and putting the key in his pocket, "and if you had retained your mind to pick out examples supporting argu ments in a discussion, you would have dropped upon a much better one. For I as. sume you are capable of understanding that when you follow your calling you would make a dismal failure if you were to inter. rupt the working of your mind each mo...

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Sketcher. KING THEBAW'S RUBIES. THE CURIOUS LAW THAT PREVAILED IN BURMAH AND ITS EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

ihetcber., KIN4? THEBAW'S RUBIES. THE CUROUS LAW THAT PREVAILED IN BUIMAH AND ITS EFFECTS. All the finest rubies in the world are found' andl for many generations have been found' in Burmah ; and it has been the law in Bur rnah, no one knows for how long, that every ruby of more than a very small value is tie personal property of the king. This law is supposed to have caused the destruction of many inestimable gems, as its natural result ihas been that pirsons discovering a ruby of chove the regal value have found themselves under an enormous temptation to reduce it to l'"rmissable value-said to be about £70--by l,reaking it into fragments of under a carat in weight. Very few persons are aware of the great value and rarity of really fine rubies. From the beginning of civilization to the present hour the ruby has been, indeed, the type of eoncentrated preciousness : "Her price is above rubies." And from the beginning of civilization to the present hour the ruby seems to have steadily...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE FIRST LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

THE FIRST LETTER. Wiho wrote the first letter and what hurn ing message did it contain! Surely some pressingu secret or cormpelling motive forced its ekpression in that epistle-something more than thie pictures and symbols of EIypt could convey or the flowdra nof Persia reveal I We search history in vain for the event or tihe moment.when the world was enriched by the gift of letter-writing. The brain that conceived the happy thought of personal cor respondence, and the heart that first com forted itself in its delights, 'have left rno record of achievement. Thie first epistle of historic mention was sent from the Samari tans to Antiochus, in which they asked in tattely, but importunate terms, to be per mitted to follow the curtoms of the, Greeks i and call their temple eMi.Gerizim t le Temple 1 of Jupiter Ilellenius. Ihrt this, like all cor resxpondence of aueient history, related onllyy to public matters. Ilefre that dat,' all rom nmuorteioris were committed to mesieugerd arnd hera...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Scraps by a Scribbler. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

Scralps by $a ieriihhr. Easter-ti le. with all its pleanures.is ncarly over. What with the ath?o,. sports, concerts, halls, circuses. Ac.. which have been inl the town during thistime. we certainly have hatl enotugh ath seirnenlt for a ??aek or so. g:ot Scribbler would not miss the opportunity of wishing that all the inhabitants of Maorwell anld dlistrict have thoroughly enjoyed thtum selves. HIe is also glad to state that but little, if any, accidents have hpplened, to his knowledge, within the district. At the last meeting of the Shire Council Scribbler notticed that the Councillors took the suggestion thrown out with respect to the lamps in the street leading to the Church of England, and have called for tenders for the crection of same ; but Scribbler would like to remind the Councillors of several very dangerous logs and stumps lending to the Presbyterian Church. A few evenings ago a young inady was returning from that "Church when she suddenly came in contact with one of these...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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FISH PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

FISH PIE, Take a poond of any wiite flsh,noch an cod, soles, h.ildock, turbot, &e., previously boiled; free it from skinoand bone, and di vide it into flakes. Mix with it an equal amount of mashed potatoes, a tea-cupful of milk, one egg, some chopped pasley, andn salt, pepper, and anchovy essence. Put it into a greased ice-dalh, and bake until nicely browned. If any of the sauce served with the fisb is left it may be used instead of the milk. This is very economicul and taty. One or two hard-boiled eggs minced finely would be an improvement to a pie of salt .. tul.to, ce? yon tyoll ine :in what' uiling people are olrt lilke- to tals cnl '!' I. * Wh-, n.o, le .trouge in cie town, ?nld eaI'. tfell t,.'" u Wolfl V . ill tell yon-it.i <Ih bak." t " Ifew's lalt?" Slt'. gsu?dl , tbut ? oell ne, 'sal, whait n :c dIrI be so mi- draftI S ii itn ' ld ca u (teenuseso many go Ire to

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THE ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

'IlE A'ITEYlMPl' OX '1Tl1 LIET: OF 'l@lE CZAR., (Flohz tin:E AGE.) Thile "T'itte" f the 18th Iaircht pulishedti in accoint of the itttcempt front its St. Petcrsbnrg cerrcspondent, dated Sunday,. which dlilffered in sine respects fromr the " Stanhucid"l narrative. It was as follows : - '"To-da.r theNihilists made another at tempt to repent their dastardly crime of jullst s nit ear ago. lHappily, however, withrout ?nmy s.nces'. T'hry adoptecd exactly the same plans and tactics. Tite iEmperor i'npresuccompani?ed by the heir-arlparentt, were to drive on tlbir .?a' back fromt the fortress alongti te Newski Prospect, and throughll tle .Gand ll orkai-s re'-t, and so far to tihe tar:e;- w railway st:tion, to take train for Gatschina. Thie two principal thoroug, hfares' were cronwded with gaily rtl'.-e! d promLenade'rs as usual lon Sunllllday? and rdielleriaLhli!ia.c. Fortnhi lclyo it up-i pea:Lrs th:;t Iefore tl e.Tnmierial party 1had left the fortres.s the police tleCgraphed thitilclr, sta...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MAHDI PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

MANDI PAPEL. That scarlet abominatlou-rn-hdl paper is very faslionable in Paris, 'and four times the price it is in London. True,- It bhas n large gold wafer stamped, on the top of the' note-paper and on-:tlhe overlapping bold of" tthe envelope. St. George ad tie Diragot. and:uthhr leranldic'dovices:ar chosen for tle' staml, which are hardly in keeping w!ith the 'name, alldlRit better the " Dragon" paper, tigrired all'over.with rcp itlttt of the roenater. in paln gold or silver,' tie bheadlng being of course, to correspuond' St. George lilkewise Ia Ican: In silver' orl 'itld oum pll l?aer, lit if t rle ihdirli statieo ary is dear, uhe Pula.. 'toellnt 11trit.rLoi it this tIrepc rtio it duce in preltlltess. JCtae slheet is tliedCt by hand iariled1 In varlous oh dlo of terra-cottla, s if by', ih aetlilt11 of liui anltl rlrnea. Iotter; Ptal"er It nio to'be hIad'of' aoieep lapls-laznul ilc, ItoftL ibis.lhnk, anrd pleannnt mnss-grean 'oltNiee, thick and rougIh in tile edge. SP'0y0icio ns ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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ROYAL BEAUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

ROYAL.. BEAUTIES . Tho Emnpress Eugenic and Elizabeth of .Austria, the Princess 'of Wales and Queeno Marguerite of Italy,.were all famous beauties,. dnd' the two l]tterare still charming enough to merit the admirrtion. of the world, But the fair Alexandra is'beginning to look like the mother of a grown.upsfamily, and it is. whispered that ther profuse tresses are 'iot the growth of her own shapely head, None of her daughters, except, perhaps, the yung-. est, the Princess Maud; gives any promnis of' inheriting even a. portion of her charms. The future Empress of Austria::the Princesas Stephanie of Belgium, has a neat, graceful figure, but a- liopelt sly plain ihcu, ' The Queen of Spain has no claim whatever to good looks... Heri predecessor the luckless, Mercedes, wan a very pretty girl, but the Princess Christline. 'the sister: of Mercedes,. who died on the eve of herbetrothal to the young King Alfonso;'was a lositive fidght. None of the Orleans princesses. are pretty. Thie threo'cu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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FLIGHT OF THE BUZZARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

FLICHT OF THE BUZZARD. -o During my visit to the Southern States of America, I have had several opportunities of watching, under favorable conditions, the flight of the buzzard, the scavenger of South ern cities. Although in most respects this bird's manner of flight resembles that of the various sea-birds which I have often watched for hours sailing steadily after ocean steam. ships, yet, being a land bird, the buzzard. is more apt to give examples of that kind of flight in which a bird remains long over the same place. Instead of sailing steadily on upon outstretched pinions, the buzzard often ascends in a series of spirals,or desends along a similar course. I have often been able to time the continiance of the longest flights during which the wings have not once been flapped, for the simple reason that, in every case wseich I have attempted to do so, the bird has passed out of view either by up. ward or horizontal travelling. But I am satisfied that in many cases the bird sweeps ...

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An English Ghost Story. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

An English Ghost Story. Lone Iloby is again said to be haun»tting 3Il. him Atbey. and is cautillo no lit:tie ensa. tion. iSte wasetbe wie of the E utlith am. 'bw?ader to the Coaor of Feance in I5t;G, The abbey is the most hiatorie relitious liI.n, in I3ertlohire, and in one of the nparttmeat is It peculiar painting representing the folty with a toery white face and htene, drese? in tthe coif, weds, alid a implo then alloa-ed to it baronet's lady. In this idenati?l drofo, it is moettroengly averred, she has been frequently seen in one of the Ledroomis of the Abbey, with a celf-.upporting basin moving bhfore her, in which the it perpetually trying to ewash her hands, but the moet re*alrkible part of the story is that a;lt, so-called apparition al wayts ppcers in he:o negatiive, vi., the blo'c part white and the "i't p-rt hltc'l:. Tn etory, as cow itcl by the domertoes ain vil elag..-. is hat the? bet: e her sn Williem to deathi becua he oul ti lnot write withoet maoi;iuu blots, an?d a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1887. Morwell Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

flit '~'31teI " "ertis r;' TOA" PO,P. U/ I7.. (PI'ULTISIIED EVEIRY SATURDAI.Y). SATUIRD)AY, APILI 30, I1887. 8 Tlorwcll .Mechanics' Institute, p Oun contemporary has this week drawn ' attention to the local Mechanics, In stitute being a veritable '. white elephant" I at the present time, and presenlts its state as most deplorable.. Whilst agree lug with our contemporary regarding r the present position and prospects of a the Meclhanics' Institute, we do not desire to do, so. in any carping spirit. We possess a, bilding that is worthy to. rank amongst: the first, in Gippsland, and there is certainly no.better' appointed hall between Sale and Melbourne, The resident caretaker is careful and atten-. tive-keeping thi hall always open from 9 a.uni to 9 p.m., Sundays excepted ; yet, although the. hall is let for £,25 per year, and is in. frequent, requisition, it languishes fronm'want of: interest on the part of the public and their represeqta. tives-the Committee. It is certainly time th...

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The Yinnar Races. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887

The Yiullar Ralces. The Yinnar Racing Club. held their First Annual RIace Meeting on Thursday. 2dItl April. The morning presented the appearance of a wet day, andl later on this wcsc vrerified, for there cwas a heavy down-pour of rain, and hopes of a successful meeting sank to zero. A change. however, took place about 11 a.m., and at first sign of a clearing of the clouds, all was bustle and activity, and great num bers of people were soon making their road to tile course. The race-course ison the property of MJr. S. Coleman, which is reached by a level road about 11 miles from tilhe Railway Stn tion. The whole conrse can be viewed with out obstacle, as it is devoid of timber, and it is admnirably suited for the purpose, ay it is level and 'of all elatic nature, so that the rain did not clog or nmake it heavy. 'lhere were the usual attendant book nalkers. spielers, &c.. but aplparently mistered in greate: force thanu uual. The booth w.as well conluneted by MIr. Breed, and tb...

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