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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
Alctliti:eirr Adi dtress., w. HMid 1& 0o. STOCK STATION AND CO313lISSION AG ENT 1MELBOURNE AND WARRAGUL A, UCTION Sales conducted in any part - of Gippsland regularlv every Satrtr dlay fortnight at our yards, Ilin Illn, and Monday fortnight at our Yards, Morwell, :and monthly at VWarragul, Dfoiin and Poo w'ng. and at the rMelbourne Corporatior Yards, Newmarket, eva'ry week. VALUATIONS 3MADE MONEY TO LEND. LARGE Ott SMAL. SUMS ON FTEE HIOLl) OIR LEASEIIOLD 11rAp OFert: 70 Queen stlret, M3elharne. PUBILIC NOTSICE. A BM.ANCH OF OUR BUSINESS HIAS BEES ESTABLISIISED AT Scott's Rloyal lintel, Wrarragul, under the .\ANAG:EMENT Or Mr... Oharles Lousada Wm Hamilton. & co, 70 Queen street, 3Ielbourne. MARRIAGE, ORR & CO., Stock and Estate Agents, MIORWIELL & TRARALGO . Pertodical Market, Traralcon, Mierwell Toongabbic. Nurra.can. 31irboo. Trmfallar Land and Clcaringt Sale- prnprly condltcted. VALUATIONS madet. LOANS" negotiated, and Life and Fire Inmnrstnnee el...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
Hotel Notices. :MORWi?VELL FAMILY H OTEL. Late of the Cricketers' Hotel o) ,EGS to inform his nincoros Friends and the Paillic Gencrdlly, that lie hma Puirclhaised S) tle above well-known InHstelrv, and has thoroighlly Renovated' and newly Fur niA~led it T'hroighout. lie now offers FIRST-CLASS ACUOMMODATION for Travellers, Visitors, and Others.. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK' IMILLIARD TABLE WINES AND SPIRITS OF TIIE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. IORSES AND BUGGIES ON IIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FORI CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING. AND CIVILITY GTRATIS. THE. CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KELLEHER,: PROPRIETOR IIS'T-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FON R VISITORS AND COM •f TIMECCIRSAL TRAVELLERS. All Spirits, Wines, and Al?s, of the Choicest Brands. G0OOD STA,\L1NGi. GOOD J'ADDOCKS. Bn~ggeis alnd Satddle Horses Always obltainalle on Hire. CRIICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, 1I 0 It, W I; I, L. i-I ENRY BREED, Proprietor. ITAVING just purchased tlis fnnots hotel, I l Which for comfort ndl order all othe,;r excel; Sty Iatrons will find i am...
Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
Farm adtil Dairy Protduce. Mlarriago, Orr and Co. report :-On Sat-. ntday our mart sale was largely suppliedl with all thevarious kinds produce usually forwarj, the attendance .very large and bidding spirited and encouraging. t.ritces its followso :-Apples I lid to ½id per lb; pears d to 2d per lb, quinces ld to Lftl, heet root to t, .1t per doe, totatocs to hi, per Ib, turnips to 7d per dozen, pumpkins and tnrk's-heads Gid to 10d.eacih,mellons 3d to 1l 3d each, chilliesls hl per lb, cabbage to Is Gtd per dozen, carrots .antd parsnips .ls to Is Gd, cucntbers is 3d, vegetable mar rows 4s" beans 1o, seasonings Is, onions Il per Ib, potatoes Ss per bag, bIouquets of flowers to .6d. butter 9d to Is 2d per Ilt, cheese 4td to 5dtl per lb, fowls s 2 lid to 3 3d per pair, turkeys 7s iil per lair, ducks to is Gd per pair, in all we sold 3i patir of £owl. After the produce we sold as ad vertised 31 r Baldwin's goods,iwhich fetched very satisfactory- prices. SAmS, 25th April. Messrs. Little an...
PRISON REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
PRISOHN REFO RM. --o-- In order to reform any person aldlicted to evil living, an adequate motive must be of fered. At Elmira the pwerfl monltirv is the desire of reoaining liberty. This would seem enough, It it is inot always siUclient in a slaoItish nature, especially when the period of incareemotion is tixed and is short. This , itive, then. has to be supplemented by others. A way must b fon I to arouse the sler-isth bl ly and interest the dormant mieI. It is sometime- long before this way can be diseovered. These ruined natures have often very little that can be appealed to successfully, But I believe there is in most men and wromenhowever degraded, the sced of a better life. The first step will pro. bably be the awakening an interest in some thing outside theomselves; not a purpose of chlange. but simply an interest. It may be a desire to learn the alphabet,or an awakened taste for reading, or a little inclination to know somnethin . It may be a pride in per sonal appearance, o...
Humor. The New Trowsers. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
-- umr. The New Trowsers. A Taue StonY. glioz Prince Tju-Tji.Tschung sat comfortably' upon his carpot and emohkd hispipe. The aresward approached hi, bowed his eand to tlto floor three times, and waited for his SOaster to speak. "Ya on-.ien, why dost thou disturb me "T S"August master I Thou bast found plea. ,uee in European clotsing, and ordered a .pair of trousers to be, made. The eourt. tailor has just brought them to the palace." '?he Prince's face grew, brighter.- He care. fully examined the trousers, and tried them, on.. Hb was delighted with the unaeeus tonwed style of dress and the sight of his fine full calves. Smirking and struttingup and,. dotn, he staredat himself in the glases . 'Yen, how do I please thee ?" • Oh, my lord and master, thou art resplen.. dent. like the light of the sun." T" an, any legs are handsomel " ipe, master, who else wmi boast such legs,. 0o rund, so tnim ?"':. " and my feet ?"' So small, sir, just as ie they belonged to. the iantltest lady."i SA g...
The Trial of the Lismore Rioters. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
TIie.Trial of the Lismore Rioters. ----4-- SYDXF1s, Wednesday. The trials, in connection with thu Edith. O'Gormnan rinots, at Grtton were cinclidetld to-day. The jury returnedt a verdict, atl it uclock tuoiglht. of guilty against, nil the defendant Catholic party xcep~ t four- nameuly, Sexton, Kelly, Finn and Mahul ny. Johin Sexton was .ent?utced to pay 1,5o; I1'Nauarn, Holland, Gallaghur, Fitzgerahl, Slogatn, l1a;sell, D. Maloney aud ,M. r Malhoney were each l tid lA0. G. \1orrisey t was sentenced to tluhree montllhs intliritun t cflt LntI 1. .'Guinr to r touthi-:, .1 without thi e o:iuon of a liue. All t! t lineus inu.;s wrce ptaid lbtfore halt?-tf- ut
The "New" Lake in Gippsland. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1887
The " New " lake in Gippslind. Mr. A. W. IIlwitt, P. M.. writing from Sale, favours. the Austranlaoian with the foll;winp notes real-eting. the lake which has recently been re-di-covered in Gipps land: It omay interest your readers to have arnne furtlher inforntation a;s to the lake at Mount Wellington in addition to the in teresting letter front your correspondent, Mr. Danioels, which appeared in your issue of the 2ndtinst. In the first place, I Ine'w say that there is only one lake, and that Mr. I Daniels has'Ivisited it, as hlis name, ct upon a tree, shows. Befo:e giving the results of my visit to the lake, and the cOnclusions at whieh I have arrived, it will he best to detail certain p:articiulars whichI I have leatrned froeint, tihe Gippaland black fellows bearing upon the lake and its neighbourhood. Of course I refer only to those blacks who livedl in the part of the I country which Iborders the mountains, and I who are tihe only otnes wlho have at know ledge of it. N1ven of t...
A Profitable Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
A Proiitcgie Do: , AN cxelbn?ug tells of a non reriding on tho line of rtllruad vwho had taught his dog; to bark vocileroulvy at every pt:?rs:u train. The inepulro ci ier liremen ie to waiteh flo theo boarling dog, and hurl pkets of coal at him in pltcs?los. The resule to the o?tner la that he has deli:r.:td a I his door all thte cost ho requiret for his own usa ier.e of! oot, and it and is not; contempht::ing the opening of a coal srl for the eupply of his neiglhbourd. IHe ttlithd hel can oompte in: price with ths olidet coal deolere in the vicin:ity.
The Regular Divy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
The Regulr Iivya Wot'n the matter, Guiley?" laid n fiend who wFa weleomine home one of car dii zonn who had ju=t returned from a trip to Hong Kong. "You looh disgusted with some thine." "DiFmted ? We.ll, I ohould oaw no. I've jnet maoe the biggest tao of myself imagin able. "flw .so?" " Well, yon see, when ou ?rl'rd n thir teamnrr rveoterd:r I noiced a nice.-lonhio' Fort of fellow in rh: uls ter nnca on boroed before we laudra, r.nd I wtal:e up to him nod eaid : Soal hare, I've oZf q i't"e a littl'e cvr'o of thin::- on board--il'; and lacoa-and I don't woan' to pay duty on them." "' nt ·o,' ? cp? h e, :;h - hla. We.nt to dodge the cutom .bnaop e le;ou?, . eh ' "' Eoxctly.' eP? . I. 'Nr I'1 l "' i "u hoat I'll do. You're not na onser.r r, r'n rno one will scoeert you. Io ot ,mnvl e th'1 i.: ,ollhre nnde- yocr y our ovret and I'l give ou a quir tor of the whole lot,' "tie r?ere, .a. wo o olt the tlhi-"' 'cors. But hang it,. cohnn I w,-,t ora ,,;: ir,, up thia rno:ninc. I ,found h- was...
The Vigil. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
The VfiiL v TIIOneAS J. aMACMUFnnAY TEaNEnRL she's keeping vigil By the little bed; Lovingly she smoothes the tresses Of that curly head. And ehe sings in rhythmio measure A sweet lullaby, As she gazes on her darling, Fearing it will die. Softly now she rocks the cradle, As a mother would; Then she speaks in a low whisper Words so pure and good. Oh, how tender her affection I Oh, how deep and strong I Other hearts grow tired of loving; But she loves so long. Now the tears fall faster, faster From her eyes of blue, For her bright, fond hopes have vanished. Like the morning dew. Listen, then, oh, patient reader, To this epilogue: Bhe was only keeping vigil O'er her poodle dog I
He Couldn't for a Fact. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Iic Coaultn't for a; Fact. Anoxr to;rteyeard ago Col. D. and Dr. T. were shooting ducks neor exach other in that " duck heaven," theb Sandusky marsh. Tne blue-winged teal were flying pretty lively, and the Colonel, being n good shot, nod " to the ,manner born," was knocking them right and left; but the doctor, being no expert with the scalpel but not with tho gun, wos ba?ging anway at a great rate without killing a bird, and very much excited o[tcouree. Finally, he shot at a flying duck, and miroed it as usual. To his horror he noticed he had shot almost directly towards the Colonel, about 100 yarda distant. He immediately called out: f" alloa, Colonel, did I hit ye? " "Oh, no, no," the Colonel replied. " Well I I can't hit anything "-Forest and Stream.
Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
o'olies of the Dap.,, ? ( aO)I THIE 'io ) Tot? Most Rev. 1)r. Carr, the newl, C appointed tout taiCatholic Ardhlishop of Melbourne, has sailed for Australia, t: and is expectedl to arrive in this cilt about 10th .June. Arrangem ents are being illade by the Catholics of the Diocese to gird him a tittittng recelitio on his arrival. liiepresentatives of tlhei clergy and laity wiU llmeet him t Addl aide, from wlteneu it is proposed to bring, hint overland by the express train. -At a tith Speacor street station Ihe will he nit ci by the receptioti commititee and driven to St. L'atrick's Cathedral, at the headl of a monster proceosiou to be composed ti of seho chil cldren weatr:u I.lges with the design of a o6cltie cross, ituseribbd t' with the words "Cead Alille lailtlhe to t the Archbiishopl of Melbourne, 1887," and of the members of the various I Catholie'societies. Ott arrival at the Cathedral addresses of \Veleomte.will be pres'ented to the Archlbishop firom thl tt clergy, the laity,...
THE MATE OF THE BETSY JANE [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
l?t; 1 t! ,. , t.ý ;.:-:c ?, + : .. : .. : - e, i"' l,"por h" turnse, till : .w is:l h l to can ti:e k). " A , :o1 x fir o in., ai::: an teosy ?P? A :.l a F,:,t-ratc :n.t,+ I've : t. Aotl .1 h that bott i, o't;," ho siotL .,1 ls S, he 'I, 1I11got li. Oh i, w i f the st;itpetr titled so flI : !- !", an:. as a e .u.xte, hei, l l: ? oo . maro I lincspike T h',t is i ut ari g;,re nd ,ga ll!. i-\',-:c: o tec . of :;1i , , .r Iki! tls, Agod tctuli'tc iu L'.vntot:oiv r And r.vi ;C nt i. y tear on lncr ':m,vach, I .:ciiU; for trlat?r l ii. Ie o- ueth to scorn both the windo s rs " I'm the Sea Kin;;, and I'll fix T.i:h vcs.el eup t:o, . ,t lpirate cra 't" (csht.se l?ou?dctl then ".ith bricks) Oht, the chaste full loont lookld down th:at On lad of royal ltnic IWh s:,e. at the hnlu of tnh " Dety Jane," Ad just about t ohhtct,_lt. I . aimted to trl'. the ]y ,cc'rIecr, And he s?i' look ted touuo, And rm.tutm.;l ;i; !Lths as the v ?tl sailed lt"om tuincce to London town. 11c w-h!. ta:e the " lk't...
Carl Dunder's Boy Jake. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
C:trl Dxindcr's ?ioy Jiakc. " MArn you know my boy Shake ?" queried IMr. Dunder as he entered the Central Station yesterday. " Ithink I have heard you speak of him," replied the Sergeant. " Shako vhas ash sharp ash a boo. Ho sub. scribed mit a ohporting paper und knows all about games. Shake is gone again." " What's the matter now? " "Vhell, a butcher oop my vhay he pays himself a plack berr a few days ago und puts him in a shed. Last fall, after some thieves shteal my shickens, I pays myself a bull-dog. His name vhas Bismarck. Yesterday Shake says to me : "' Fadder, I like to take Bismarck out on a hunt.' "' Ain far vhas it? ' "'Only a little vhay. I like to sea it he knows wild game.' " Dot seems all right to me, Sergeant, and I tells Shake to go along. In feefeenminutes I hear esoooh awful howls and yells ash nefor vhas, and vhen I goes oudt py der back vhay my hair shtands oop. Shake lihd put dot dog in mit dot bear. He says he likes to see it Bismarck knows a bear from a lion."...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1887. NECESSARY RAILWAY ADDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
. 1.or wtunt y wue mtise VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1887. NECESSARY RAILWAY Al) IIITIOJNS. IMANY .OTslb hTl, Ian elapsed since th Railway Couilissi4oners nmale known thee intention of the Government to have some considerable additi ois and im provemuents effected at the . Morwell ailay Station. W1'hen "the turn-table was erected, it was thoughlt that the whole scheme would l be cmlpleted, :hut expectation has been tdisappointed. The whant of proper ohi.veniiclnde for shintilig enitails a considerable anioilnt of extra tabor; a consiiderable amount of damage to tile rolling stock; and a very consider ablde aiolunt of annoyance and incon eitiience to the public: Those; whose business compels them to reach the plat fortil in tile for a coming train; genor ally find the passage bllocked by an almost interminable line of trucks, and they havrd frequently to resort to the dangerous expedieiit of creeping through hIneatll the doiipled trucks. Should an acciden...
CREAM OF BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Ox.tm or W 0000!. Chop a knuckle of veal into small pieces.. Fry half on onion in a little butter to a vary; drlictu shado of brown, add a dash of flour, anu mix, coloring the latter! add a pint of hot v:atcr or veal broth, and season with salt, popper, a sprig of parsley, a stalk of celery, nol four bruised ollopica. Put the meat and bone in a saucopan holding three quarto of warter. A little mutton trimmings will .im prove the soup. When done let this come to a boil and add the contents of the frying.pan. Simrmer four hours, remove scum, and strain. Wtile the roup in cooking wash and boil a pint of bhrloy, rub is through a sieve, and add to the otrained coup. Wish into it half a pint of rich, hot crerm, and oet tbo soup in the rarm-water pan until wanted,.
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Correspolndence. -4,- (TO THE EDITOR OIORIWELL ADVERTISER.) S.in,-Sir C. G. Duffr said when the rail. wnay was opened between Melbourne and Sale that "another province was added to Victoria," and his words proves him to be a prophet of no mean order when we consider the progress made since that date in Gipps land, and what is it now to what it will be when the Victorians will believe in the utility of water as a motive power anl de pend more in the strength of the giant aqua hluence. You have ot an abundance of mountain streams at your command for the water wheel to drive the loom, forgeand grind your corn e& without the aid of tihe expensive steam engine, a favor bestowed by Providence in no other part of Victoria like your district. 'nulr timber and coal also stand oat int bold relief." According to privhte letters and the press it is evident your show has been established on a firm basis-the attendance and entries far above the expectation, and that the com lictitors will...