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Plenty Of Room In The Rocking Chair. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Plenty Of Room InThie Rocking Chair. "Matko room for thi girln l' cries tho llitman' ? o.urnal. Oh pohaw, tho girls don't want much room. A ahair that will hold one with a tight squeeze, will hold; two vary comlortlnbhly. Room for tho girls, indeed l Sit here, girls. " Quonto, can yout tell me in whil t uildintg Ieipl. r?u m1'rt li!¼. to tlle ctl !' " " Vhy, noi, 110 sAn g, "to i ill, 1own , nul e1n'6 tell dl." " W\111 I will tell you-iti,? ehnhk.'' :" I , Ihtw's d111t 3." k" lh .??e dIlre ar'S l malll lln dra s in it," " I)at's gai),l, Iut tell lme, :=ah, whal
A Free And Expected. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
A Free And Expected. "No, Sor," said Mrs. Mae, "oMcGinnios it not oat home to-night. Ye might say he is nivir at home ony night those days. BIatwane this an' that he's maundherin' around tilltho chimo av midnight on wan thing an another, an' it's about gone to the divil entirely sinee he joined this bloody minded Panian society. I'm thinkin' it's the Roy O'Larch Chapther he calls it, though be the token it's an all night buke, it is more than a chapter. Yes, eaor, I'll tell him ye ealled, but sorra the wan av him will mind yev Irom the man in the mune boe the athato he comes homeo in.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Aucetioleer's Addlreasss. w. Ha ilon Co. `TOCK S'T'ATION AND oMrIMISSION AGENT IIELrlOUIINE AND WA:RRAGUL, A UC'TION Saleo? conducted in any part [ of Gi-pe lanl regularly every Satur 'lay fortnight at our yacrdls, liln liali, alnd Monday fofinight at oullr Yard,. 3,rorwell, antd nl nthl- at \W\arra-uil, Drotin andll P t'ilg, and at the Melbou? rne Corlporation ards, Newmarket, evrry week. \ALUAT!ONS MADE MONEY X TO LEND, IN LARG.E 01R SMALL SUIMS ON FREE tGIL0. OR iE:ASEIOLD Irt:an OIr'ic?: W0 Qunen street, Melblourne-. P'UBLIC NOTICE, :o: A BRANC;c OF OU BtlSINESS ITAS BEEN ESTADLISIIED AT Neolt's royal Iotel, Warrogal, under the iIANAG EMiENT 0'" Itr. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton C co, 70 Queenl street., 3Molboulrne, i\A\RR\tAGE, ORR & CO., Stock and Estate Agents, MOR?0 VELI. & TRARALGON. Periodical Market, Traralgon, Morwell 'Toongabbie. Narraian. 31irbt,, Trafalgar Land and Clearing Saleis roperly condueted. VALUATIONS made. LOANS negotiated, and Life and Fir,: ...
FRIED VEGETABLE MARROW. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
a.IaJD VLGEAB L AiiOW. Peel und boil a medium-sized vegetable nmrrow in ualt and water until quite tender; than drain, cut them in quarters, and take out thea eds,. Coruh each piece over with egr, and cover with bread crumbs ; fryin veryn hol lord; whae of a nice, rich brown, they are ready to serve, but previous to so doing, a littlo rall and pepper should be sprinkled ovcr them. Di. Grir..Lon says that the boot remedy for ordinary blcrding aut the nose, is in the vigor. ous motion of the jiaws, as it in the oat of how'ing. In tht c.as of a child a wad of peaer couldi be pdlr.cd in its mouth, and the child should be iadocecad to chow it hard. It is the motion of thu jaw ',hat stops the flow of b)ulod t?! oIA~ ; h l , 't m: !," h-w a hinort ltimne ,' r : 1, : f~t:r d '";I ':It? t l: t t ill de
INVALID'S LEMONADE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
::MiVALI'I L.,;;trAUi . Pere tha lemon rind vert thin, and put it Into otme woll-aweotened boiling watcr. Lot it cool, then rtrtin, adding halt a pint of mile, ile juice of four lemone, four eggs, six ounces of ouis?r, and it quarter of a pint of he-rry. A pino of boiling water anndtheorinds c t :oiemou owill b autlcieon t. Thistlemonado will ltae about oa hour to mnake thoroughly, and the egga mlunt be woll bateon and strained beL!ore ittg addeLd.
THE RAILWAY. THE MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
T TI R ILW.A7 nAIt:3 .'1 r.,::p' Down Tr,,,,, , 'i,r, Sal. at "5),i an.m w 1'aa.'n 4 an, and i. ~ wc p I.'''~ , t 1t ;.w an. " Up Tra in, Icia'e )GI~r i.rn, at (14 .44 . ani~ 4.111 pIn.: Warria .i at ili i~n. n l i :. p.o..: 'Er:, tal ~r.r r l(44 a"ii t:If aot.:rr1.v' .at Sal.: I21 Iliiiliun. 12 IIran, ; at olra at4 Trim ie at. ut 'hn. \inrir a II,,., p. ..I~na.and ,..' a ~nti fianiIrit at at rndllat ,iliilin'a 1 ili11J. l
THE FORSAKEN FARMHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
THE FORSAKEN F?iRMHIIOUSE. Against the wooded hills it stndls. Ghost of a dead home. staring through Its broken lights on wasted lands Where old time harvests grew. Unplowed, unsown, by scythe unshorn, The poor forsaken farmo-lfelds lie, Once rich and rife with oldecn corn, And pale green breadths of rye. Of healthful herb and flower bereft, The garden plot no housewife keeps ;. Through weeda and tangle only left, The snake,.itstcnant, creeps. A,lilaq spray, once blossom-clad, 'Sways bare before the empty rooma; Beside the roofless porch a sad,: Pathqtic red rosq blooms. His track, in mquld of dust and drouth, On floor and hearth the squirrel leave~q And in the lireless chimney's mouth His web the spider weaves. The leaning barn about.to fall Resounds no more on husking eves; No cattle low in yard or stall, No thresherbeats his sheaves. So sad, so drear I It seems almost Some haunting spirit makes its sign; That down yon shadowy lane some ghost Might drive his spectral kine. -J. G. ...
BARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
BARTER.. -o o Give me the gold fro. ot hy -.ir, The rosea upon thyv ctockk th t lies, Thy sinitig voice that everywhere MakcIsa liughter in the trclnieuina air, The young joy in thine eyes." SWhat wilt thor. girve ton me,ol. y,s, Tlhou grey ld man wit, ;resotla wingn, For lovc's entran.cin, m'or of IMay, For dawn and freshnuei of the Iday, And life that leaps and aingo i" SLo I I will mlke thy footstOps slowr Across. the nflo?rc tlhat b n t anl wave; And for thy gold will give thlre sow, And silence for thy lanihter low, Darkness, a gra.s-rotwn grve." -JULIu K. W?iTIIEnRII.
EUROPEAN. ST. PETERSBURG, 3rd May. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
EU.LROPEJAN. F'1OM3' TIlE- ARGUS ANDS AGE. ST. PtrTretisnUhc, 3rd'3any. The "Grrntan Gazette " publi;clhed in thie city states that an agreement between the Einglibh and' Russian Commiioners on tihe Afghan bounddary lcsestln is impreblidil,. as both' sides arO unyielding in their demands. LonObs, 3r:d May. Latest: na'ices'frnom Crete state that the dificultr t;icwee:n the Cllristian nd- f3tis. I man popnlatiotn i: subsiding. and matters art. anouming their normal' condition. Great Britain and France have cacli dcepatched an ironclad to the island to protect the tlterests of 'Briiish and FIEacnh subject. - Rosrllt.t', 4th MiAy. It is' cated in several Indian new?papers that the Sloincwarrid htve surrbundid tihe Ainceri rroops at Jellalnbad,'mid 'mct holdt the Khybeer Piiss andt the adjaceet hill coultry. L.ONiibo, May 4t1e. An ecxited Utitbate look place in the Illous of COllllllnltoq t niglt, the slnject Icein a motion introduced by Mr Charles Edward Lewis, M.P.' for Londotdortry. t...
The Disaster to the Pearling Fleet. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
The Risasi?r to the Pearliilt Fleet. ADErtLIDE;TirsSdi. y. The steernner Otwav arrived fri?i Cbssack yesterday, and reports that certain boats of tho pearling fleet, believed to have foun dered, were picked up at sea. Of tlhelarge hneats, the Tonlm S. Lane, 'lTelephone, Sreeo P'as Sair, D.lawr Louisa and Yuille are safe, but disabled. The other vessels also safe are the Gerald, Annie, Venture, Iarriett, Maris. Lady Dennison; :Expert, Water Lily, Annie Taylor, Pearl, lIarriett and Bessie. The boats lnst nrumber now 27, of which 21 are luogers. The large boats lo t are tihe Florence, Dairymaid, Lord Loftus, Gipsy, Osprrey and AMyra. This reduces the loss of life to 250. 'The Arstralind has just returned to Cossack, having failed in her cruise to tinl arnly morle mrissig pIearling boats. The information persteamner Orway, .is above, is thereforeo drtioite as to the resrilt of the disaster. PIintil, \Wednesrday. Additf:nal ne~:s has come to hand res pecting the recent disaster to the pe...
Suspicious Case of Death by Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Susli ious Case, of I)eaith by ioisonlling. A servant girl named Paynter conimitted suicide at Mount Gamhier last week by swallowing strychnine because ier lover would iost.marry her, and it ha noiiw trans pired that the bottle of strychnine is said to have beon in'the possessidn of a nian nanied Gavin, the girl's lover, and was handed over at Sandly \\aterhole to a man namred Bond. Bondl is a prisdner in gaol, having been esentenred't two years' imprisonment for a criminal attempt on two little girls, and he declares lie did not use any strych nine, hbut returned the bottle to CPavin. At the inquest Gavin said, positively, he had last seen the bottle at Sandy Wlaterhole,and how the girl became possessed of it is a question the police are onde?- oring to elucidate. _?'1
The Richmond Park Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
At about t o'clock on Tlietdayn morning Sergeant-detective Lo:e arrfistedr a yonng mtsn named Alfred Unldson, residing in Kent street, ilrth lliicrnond, as heing one of a numbie- of oohtls concerned in the recent mlrllder of Sanmlel Mladdocks, at Colo's paddocki in \'ictoii stir'er. This is ihe second arrest Ihat, has been mlade, andl others are likely to follow shortly. The charge preferredt against the two youthsl now in etslodly-Cnddon and Ilildsn-is mrilawfullr persnnaling the plice, Iby which means, it will b1a reniembered, M?addocks was t.ikcn awan from his ;wifd and family, atnl nfterwanrds aFanllledl frlnd the effects df which ho snhneqfienth " died. liolth "?ouths hard been identitied as having taken a pro minent part in the affair, brit their cases will probably not he called ri for hearing unlil two or three weeks hence, so as to swait any fresh developments that may take plee. The stwo pronners are com parions and reside next door to one another, and both have borne resp...
They Got Left. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
They Got Left. IIo sat down in one of the ht,llt a'o of the hterrili bloc.!, and ullolld ff lain bout, tad a policeman,weeLobysppenedliodcuotealongar tthet momeno kindly en:quired : "(notcluded to g h?tenoot ?" " Sy, cloled th) m,:;n a? be tugged away at hit roCi-, " !'ve beenu walming around thio toown for t;hout five hot-n." "f Ist boe foo uorn."' N"o, 'tainic ,.t, but I've had a dozen dif. force'. boos ?" on if I had l tar on my hbed. I've leIekd e)d looted, bnt tLher is no tir. Ido theroe atoy on that boot? " .A:? ,n m7 yo t: .?" " No." " Pel!, n o, o01 eomntes th neck, and you look at my bare h,:r 1. It tihere'e auy utar there, I w?lant totrowit." " I cau t re' auy," treplid the oelcer, "but you've I;ot tie tehuntpingest, bi el-at old calloua I ever nd beitetw ' " I 1.w i:, buo I m after t.r. Any tan n m te fote 'o?" ", 1o." € All jfn m7 b.oonI] ? " t'teen teece anny young uoeu areelaot, tmenn na the, are' I wtie Iidenoor tetrreised and mor tified .ll the time, but the1y wunot ...
The Curious History OF THE Man with THE IRON MASK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
The Curious History OF THE MVar ithi The Mdin with the Iron Maasl wse a re markable ermronage; o ldenomninated, who existed as a state prisoner in France during the latter pairt of the last century. As the circlnstance of this person formran his torical problen lwhiclh has occasioned imuch iiqairy, and given rise to many conjectures, as well as of late (in conslequence of the destrncti6ii of the Ilastile), excited in a pecclirr manner the culrioity" of the pullblic, it shall leo indeavouredl to coedtidbse in this article thi" suli,tan-e of everything that is material whlich has lertofore been' pub lished on the ·nbject. We shall first relate such partidnlars concerning this extra ordinary prisoner, is ap.pear to be well autllhenticated ; and shall afterwards ia en tion the 'lifforLtt opinics andl conjectures that have blen entertained with regard to his real rank and quality, and the causes ,f his cotfinemtent. This we- purpose to di in successive iuaniers--the first of which we hav...
The Decorative Mania. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Tire Secorz;.e o'nro art. Wo: docorarn now. It'n tho otylt, ;ou kncw, anol thoru it h.lO ono to get ridl tempor:orily of tho l:' fot. iog. WVere it no: for srr, .onne of u, thie t:e Counntcs Souo.ruo!T, wou!td e?nd life a tr?ribl?o bore into which d?t? and nighlt wert onoly itroot(uced tfart -;v rnli;1.t gt:: up ond dre~s in the ono for t'ho ,? oo ! o:u.;:e of undr-..ing and going to bed in tr?' otho:.r Now I, for rcan, blievr' i.n boe ro drr ticnn ; b[lihev ths at cvry p.,r' Io lovi x f r iho lrantifcl, evtry f n it : i:.tin C e. tf-b.g tho. is perfect, i on' ?p o'd ie a divie-Er attue phr . Jio.uny s!i to!re .c it meno o fin:lenl?lt, inwardly and outwardly. D.1t rIcab moral gro.otoh too. Talk nll you p3 nst ' ho0ni r!ligion being tn interna devcionenr, ehr.'rnaold olo h'av muth to do ;h it, riso ' ',"d ro r.'. It ia coiter to Ito and ere c:"t n"d Parte:!o your o.rlnts neoo ?ov'r.: "our fur lntura hnr'c'' iouns'no l n r .o?1 ;. ha:k gro n td fIo riht arnd lorv::l' o'bj0fct. One can...
Who are the Peers? [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Whto are the Peers? Waun is the peerage ? when and how did it ari6o? are questions that cannot fail to in terest a large section of our readers at the present moment. The lords of the Legislature are the peelm of amoi other, the word being the Freneh pair, derived from the Latin par, equal. Whether the members of the nobility hold the title of dkoo, tr.arquie, earl, or viscount, they are pera--tquals, in so far that it is a barony . that gives them one and all a right to sit in Parliament. Baron, although, the lowest, is the oldest title attaching to the peerage. It dates from the time of the Normans. Before that era, however, an aristocracy existed in England, but nothing is known regarding its origin, and little regarding its condition. Under William the Conqueror abount evnr hundred barons flourished; their dignity was not lperonal, but territorial. "The country was a great eamp held by a feudal tmditia, of which the King was the chief. The whole system was rooted in the. land, a...
The Lament of the Captive. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
Mr life lis e s hr 's""ns Thtr. onlsi. to the :O .:~s 7v But, oe the rhad., eW ,,rvnin:: C-,-. ID Ecit:r?.a on th, f:round-::l- JoI. Bno, on the rosn'i hrmhll hdo i The nwrotrar dewn e ir,ht T Phut.. ,n if eh^ w(,ntv sc wrnite tn :,r-: Rll nore ehi:il werlp a tra for er e. Z,t life is lil:k, t-'? Antsut' mn ·! Tlat tre-mslo, in til. roorn'- p.~o r ay, Its holl is freil,itesi dm' is hrit, Rcstlecs, nnai soon to pooss away. Yet, ern thlt leIft r.hl faitl tend fado, The pearnt tree shall mourn its.; bhade; The windsl hsewail the leaflne? tre:, But nonc shall brothl n algh for Ite. Msl life is like the print hichit feet flave ti '.itt on'asmps'e dower: strano. Soon s tihe rising cun slln hoeat, Thiu track will vanish from the cand. Yet still, as grieving to aceca All vestige of the human race, On that lone sbore lond moena theo E?., But none ehall ''er lament for me. Riril?aertI bTere frilLs. :811.
Humor Mr. Dunder [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887
drentc Fai" t Mr. Dundrr a he sot el tiiplteod 'i:to tha Woodbri:dge Strccr Station yectlr day. "(Go a-}.t," ea-ild S:or?.ut Martin. "kTh, I, I bosa down on der mtarkbel least wFerk to buy meo sorme ci.ler for my rsloon. I findu ,a i?rir rnit three barriel, and he dear:'s or a "i:·a s;n4 -ayFs: "* ?r. u' i])ld' ;o: vh.-'nt der wctry bcel ciler crir. yeou vat ia your mneth, itn I gif you ten barrela in our Christt:no :recking." "It ltRs 'ood. It vh-n m no 0w cahb honey. I t-;e der thrio btrrels right avhay qta.:k, um:l ay ~ hIii cighart co- ta giallon." " Vill, I u"e no: daot onn barrel by Saturday night, und ye~tcrday Shake- und rUm poro o -Wn cell ar t?, ? ne marer. ithse you plirf ?" "I bhlicee yenll 0rpnd a h-rel." " S, I li,'t, but ".ha:, it some cider 1" " Of c,,;ro." "N .t much I It hche ::i wmltr in teo bor sata I' "Surea cJ drr lF'I-pox l:' " Twn that l;rcri): awindIled you 0" "V'V!ti, Imne--h-ta h! thel .he I lainh so much dot I rI ll on dire oor I It vhia der Ib t 'hor:; I...