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MESSRS. R. GOLDBROUGH AND CO'S LIMITED WEEKLY WOOD AND STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 4TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

.?ESSIIS. i. CGOLDR,)lO'UJCI t A? CO'S " LiMITED' WVI:IN1tLY WOWCi,- AD' STATION PRODUCE'p0IhT :-OT. WJl'JiF?.i esse 4¥'it 3 Av:. Wdoct.- No traniaccinor' ha;to"' .tihbt' place durinrt the week, althiltigl' there is' a good inquiry for shipping pa;rcels at. late quotations -na nely, from (A;d to lid for greasy, and from hlid. to I7d. per lb. for scontcd, aocordidg" fb quantity and conditition. Our next saleo will bu heldi on Wednesday, 11th iiiit. Sir?:klesitths.-Late raite are'current, at whrliclta good detmhnd exists.' WO quolte: Butchers' green skins, up to 3s. cactl ; extra good, up to its Gd ; do dry do, ts to 2s. dI eachll;dry skins, in balcs, &c. 3d to ,4|d per'lb, for dioosbreitds; anil 31d to Is. Gd. cachl, or li.d to 2.,d per lb: HIn:s -Late rates art current, buit the demand is not brisk. We quote:-Green o;, averhage waigihtr; 179 to 26' cachi; do.: do.,- lght do. 12s to 17o. each; tdo. cow, average dIo. about 2.4d to 2!(d pier Ib..; average 311 to itid poer'lb. i...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HONOUR OF AN IRISH GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

ThT1, HONOUR OF AN IRISHl GENTLEMAN. An nr- :-ing stor- is told of Dans e?eing tmn, t.^ ir' b . uraister, who bcanue lRcorder l!aii:,.r to Ipp"-r for a plaintiff in a crns at Cl:::", he yke of tihe ,ifcondant in un ,.ure: i terms. The indiviidial inveigoih. n-aail,.t tot bc:!:, prtcnot, only hIrinl cL the i ,-.etives. ? ::r ;a :,"un, however, had got hauk into -ibhn, the r-leiant (.' Tip"i-ary man namimed oeiV) lst no time in payin, lus c:.mphn:':nt. to. t hc counsel. Ike rule dl d.ay z,;,1i :i:. ;1.al,, covered with sleet, anrrived beflore . -;ringtous raoidence in Iamcucrt rter :t lui',i TIhrowinl; the"-orile of his smoking horse ove:r t!.e mrain,: ,tthe arne., he annou:ncd his :rriveal by n tr:ndtring I:nck at t.e door. arrington ;-l.it answered the su:nmons, and ope:lht7 t:~: strcct door, behelcd the appantiun of th taou-ih-eco,"atcd Tipperary fire-ncater. with a large si une:r his artn, iand thle slet stk gin, to ho his -shy whiskers. "LI your nmster upi?" diclmnanded the visit...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

CURIENI' NEWS. ]N. .N?EITIC Si:tvICec.-W- e have been reqnetedl to nIIOiiII fe tahe f 1,rli nlit of all that lli Evangelistic Service will be held iin the Weleylan Clhorch this (Saturday) evening at 7 p.m. The meeting will be conducted by Mr Smitil, of Calignee, who will be asoisted by the liev, J. Algii, Mr Eldridge mlaothers. Sankeyvs !yllmv will be sung, and the invita tion " dnle" ' is freely given. Iltt.IAtnt MA'rci.-A billiard match took place at the Cricketelr' Ai r.ms Hotel between Ei. P. llostecl: of Carlton and the Joker of Mirloo, for £3 aside. The Jok.-r gave Ciostock Ot0i ill 5i00. A close game was the revalt; lostocek winning by 13:1 points. a?I slar.:sNTas.Trios.-lcItsenlsastrange thing for a Journal like our contemporary, tic "Gippsland Mercury." to stultify itself at the cost of its local correspondlent ; bt such seems to he the case inl reference to the repoprt of the Yinnar Handicap. run at the last Yinnar races. . The report under the heading "'from our own corre...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOVE IN A FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

L O 1 ^ . L N h 1 77;I'_1 I'ar lt "V n it. ',t hý 'id l hr:C ! : i :1;:··· iiiii :1t: \i:: L-`! ::it :I"; ": dill, h c~ti :. f't`i :·! 7: .::: cl\:5 I:! L~il .:.1' l-. t :lt ":'. h:: .h ,"r t. 1.,7":1:1,7 ;. t t ·-o tht' rt i; 1, ": art's -i(t t i·: · ·.: Pl - Pl: :: ni i^. (": i., p"Are), I 6': li -07 Va,: :i hi. E ac,.- nl . ýxee t tc tii ! . I :"'! oat, i c. s s 1:!e i.t:a'tc to lot at Late P: tnthi. ; jjtt1 little sift. I :' :C "h·; t.:"i I: ^t. : · I I ·l I x: c ~ .: .· ; ··· ; · ·:·, alto. lc d'· ina 7tue " S".".7 77r! ti"' 7" 77l C: r,? acr of t: :i ,·.c:;!, I e' "!::; q, T. r",· > r":1 the y tt tt h-'. -:0 t .ia .1 t tar.:: p·- ·.:+ "b~p:-rrl In~i ~ n,1~ Thý.t"ýLlc'r,: "t dollar bill f~s l: t clct%. n:'":: !:: ::1 thto: 1: "tbrc te ec La. I thin}:, I- I a., ~uc~be~ L'mr timc::ia w i;,n, ý'J".. ;c;ý;t .. i". :'ca.:u ,.,: " ",\';Jt t^, lumlle :Ilit- of ii ir to i. ili ,a C - % ? `, Nl t;: ii dc ! :r:) a c.- i. ? T;.:'!I~i +cn:: i -:l. :n Ti, trig., of :r~ir, n i- ti 777r i-...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

M O .iELS POST OFFICE.. ,Melbtinrni . ipald I'ravelliOtn P.O. t-ai. a n£an.t - DIiwn i'eatvielling P.O. train at Il na.m. it tilapl'a it.nar.la?rlintur:.lal T irb., Northll at I1 a.mn. l"-:ter. II a nm.. 3 ldu hy;. Wa'n.e1ile s alnd Saturdtys uiily. -. Ha;lh It,,. at I i oont, N1rw,,Ill ti get al p.m 111 0f(0a l l pNl i." PP'a ItI IlI AiIAIN Ei,'r n EI.ViXC I' OF't I.II,.'i' The Only Infallible ]emedy for Nle rv.,uy fiebility. - ip O\\" mIany of the I ti lh' ot f this ba riaht p lantIt1 are therI who,.inistead af ,rtwin up itttad" pyir a ly pierfect m?l.ilan ~'i l p ean anlhlr a I't:he : fuAlolalj ir(silreat to bo Il0 ie. H ll,,; 'll; v ten tlihv rr i in tisi cotlolty who shn l lie alitin_ cinat- tnill of St rllngth nlL )Iiilty Vigor; but who from lthe irrt olu yolth, t ari shr of thetir fuln llaul powersi, iad r'nlertrlt a l' Ilainally t l-' tvlentll.- T'hiir ra:ining low.rt giy ae t'.he leasit excitenent iithdie,- : mtlitii n front. which theiroll.etlor nature revolts. and tihe pa...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Timber. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

Australlin Timber. or. constructive purposes in dock-yard-, viera, bridges, house carpentry, coach-makere' and whccl.wrights' work, railway building, floning, and piles, nearly tha whole of, the 3Fyr:acta, of which New South Walas pos eosses something like fifty varieties, are ex tremely valuable, and some of them incom parably so. For the nses o; the cabinet maker and the honao decorator, the timber familiarly known as the black apple, the SMoreton lay pine, the red cedar, coach wood, Clarence light yellow wood, turnip wood, rose wood, Illa?arra mountain ash, tulip wood, nmyall, cypreas pine, and others, is cabable ot being worked up into furniture and panelling, beautiful in grain, rich in color, and eus ceptiblo'of a high polish. The timber of the prickly leaved ti-tree (Melaletuca styphliloides) is said to be incapable of decay; that of the whito ti.treo (.flaleuca leucdaderon) is said to be imperiahabl under.ground; that of the tnrpentioo tree ( Syncarpia laurifolia) .resiote t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

Hotel Notices. SMOR PV EL L FAMILY HOTEL, Late of the Cricketer' Hotel B EGS to inform his numteroils Frinds andl the Plublic Generally, that lie has Pi chr:'el the above wellrknown Jlostulry, andl las thoroillly linon-atedl andl newlylv F'r. hi>cl it. Tlhir.lift.-LC now IISLSS . ACCOMMODATION for Trfacllcr:;, 'l'Gildiii;To Oticra. 7 FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINES AND, SPI'InTS OF. TUE BEST PROCURABLE BItAND. IHOSES AND IlUGGIES ON IItIE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GOlR TIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KELLE HER, PROPRIETOR -IRST-CLASS ACCOMMIODATION FOR VISITORS ANDl CO.M . MTL:ER1AL TlRAVELLERS. All Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choiceut Brands. GO.OD STABLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. Buggice anil Saddle Horses Always obtainable on Hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MI ( tl W E L L. 0-:: I-IENRY BREED, Proprietor. H AVING just ipurlcmed this famrn.u ITotel, iWhich for coimfort anl order all otieors excel; My Patrons will finl I am williig aTl ab...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

Farm alidl 11 riy I PrHcollce. Marriage, Orr and Co. report :--Onr mart well lsupplied with variouso lines, ittelihincdo good. prices as follows:-.Melons 2! to I Od pIIIlpl:ii (l d to I ; toatn os to 1t t tpe Il; turnips, Is per doz ;beets, (1 and 7! per doz ; chillies 13 per It; celery •1tl1 per head ; carrots, oIs por (ole sontOlSons I per lb Tirk'os-head.?, ";l rad eah gbbto, Is Gd to tSs (id pelr due.; honey, lLd ler ? tle ; apples, I? p to'2ld per Ib ; puinceo 1..d per I1 ; toter lid to'Is pbr ito; eggfo Is d iper dozen ; roosters is -ld to Is id each ; hIons aR 2d to 4s Srl per pair ; turkey is 3d to 3s od each; and some sundries aot usual rates. The Farmers Co-operative Busrin ss Asiro eationa of Victoria, Limrited, 81, Little Collins street: We held our usual sale of dairy- produce this week before a |large attendance. The extraordinary supply, however, in the Melbourne maorkets serio-sly affected prices, and a heavy decline was the result, as our clients will see by the mar...

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 — 7 May 1887

Live Stock leport. TnanR.\t.ON, Mtonlay. Marriage, Orr, and Co. report :-Our yards were not so full as usual, bitt we succeeded in placing all lots except 3 head, there being a good attendance and an improved tone, prices better than last sale by sonme shillings. Our sales were-Fat cows to £8 l0s, vealers to £5 5s, cows in milk to £5, store cows £3 9s to £3 16s, heifers £2 Ios and £3 14s, young steers £2 18s to £4 10s, leant of workers atit £18 15s per pair. Pigs.-- Porkers 17s 6id to 20s, sown, to £2. iMessrs A. IM'Lean and Co. report :-At Traralgon on Mondla', our yards were well supplied with both cattle and sheep, prices somew?hait easier than late sales. We ohll fat cows to £G 10s ; store cows £3 to £5 is ; steers £2 2s t £4 I15s ; heifers £2 17s, to £4 4s ; steers trid heifers, small, £2 4o to £4; calves £1 12s to £2 5s; pigs, 8s ; sheep 0I) comebacks, mixed sexes at 7s, 300ldo do 8. 3d ; also 1 team 14 sworking Ibullockes at £0 14s. We sold privately during the week 25i acres...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Deputation to the Minister for Public Works. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

le'lIutt;tiou to the -hinister for Public Works. A deputation, conaiating of the Pre i j.nt and Shire Engineer, was, introduced to th Minister for Public Works on Tuesdayc last by A. C. Groom, M.L.A. Thoe object was to obtain special grants in aid of public works within the Shire. Applications woei made for a grant of L200 for a silld -cutting on the road fromn Traralgon to Jeeraling ; L200 for the track from Yinnar via .Mt. Fatigue to Yarram ; and I3 00 for the Calighiiee roadI. The deplutation in forircd the Minister that it wai. it riided by the Counicil to spentd an equal atnoiunt on the works in question. The Minister asked in the event of not sufficient ntlyonv being available, if priority of alpplication would be considcrerl if the amount had to be reduced. The deputation. urged ti t the works were all neceer.;.s?r.nd, that it it were necessary to- reduce thei aulullst that it should be " pro rata." This .1ir. Ninllito polrlnisOle to do. RI Jagoo's Ilri'ldg.--The dplntation p...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

-4--- WHSILti:TA` (;;t Ill:Ctl.--T~iiiiitc F·I1T~iCe tcil:i tiq held next Sunda- nn~ f~~ll~nn: Mr tl 11 IJ.;UrliclhAI, :tp.m.; Moue; 7 p4m.-lev J. Alie. 1 lTef i -; CI~rInr7.-l-Tiinc $.crnir'c ill,,h" nx Sund;e- as f~,llý,nc: p'm.. irli.. r.:ur anIl .. flfpl:ulr .f church ; 11il1 1.: Ir-l- : ..r 1d11.,,- 5 - 1 1-- r 1 -II 1.I

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ROMAN CATHOLIC BAZAAR AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

ilEo)IAN CATHOLIC IIAZAAII AT MORW WELL. This Bazaar was opened on Monday last by thie Rev. Father IIegarty, of Sale. Tile Rev. gentlemai n was very- happy in his re mtarks, phyling a special tribute of praise to the ladies for the very beautiful dlisplay- of tlhir Ihandicraft, and to the csatinittee for their exertio-fs in pIioronlin what promised to be a most sticcessfilr eltert, and con-I cludeld by annantling the opening of thle in-g looked for bazaar. The hal:l o the t slechanies' Institute, in which the lazaar was hsld, was miost tastefutlly ldecorated fort the occasion by flags, ferns, and lowers, i whiih, with the lbeaultifui dislplay of ftney a goolIs, needlework, &c:o, on the stalls; thi contented smiling faces of the farmters and tlheirftamilies in their holiday cotsume ; togethei eii.h the Iperfect galaxy of youthl andt beauty in the persons of bewitlching youg ladlies; coutp.eted a plecturn if one Ihannroniols wholle, enchlanting ansd lc wilderiilg in the extrem...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Committee and James. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

fI. and Vr+. to'.vn aro a7, olty oil coupiek wino ottn N lWth Divic.on 0treet, and itr,:-o lived tlll:re for a gran; ntssuy ycnrr. j1rlt the cruructert of their boy Jr. ^.r" i:, riot r.Ltove ro m]4k-ho won o lhtruav o~ e 1-oL hUII Ir-w;d nn Ami:?ioir of the Lvric·I;3e, ;Lich is to ofy that ho is an emtboi!;Liell of too iiL. .,::r; -+_ o ::u t JAL" o". 1.'. b,.o. I: t :lytom e.et- t' -r . Lr ,n -,: L" _. : : ".,I ran: LaI : art :i n. thstr. : :n , C :) ; ' i ve: ' 3 an if: 1. o. .h:.. yoe are r;: ie' ? just the-n I::;l for t Wi. h thii ? .o 'y'irted r tsi t ru 0 cc tohotae juie - en 10e roiling, but thouhai the a ntr.?a n wse thi', it a:r long and grt':u: i l a it .:i;i;:'., u'; i;a ', J.:,:,t did jud s1! al t?:? c' mrht ? rtrtt ch :,_ : Th:e uOra: :ie alma, ;: w :o i.,o bit:cg r ech i skill i n,;e ,a yon::. seu" ee," eaid J e'r, i th: h;ro cr:te''' A eri., :;,a mno,. .t:. rnt the - a. R''e, y ron.is,0,5 to m'ivide .wcr.q with a quner.;.i i:',ea ct.si h, ovcrtte:n by a cop, oalfrac: ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Farmer. Feeding for Lean and Fat Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

1?cet'z: fotr L c('-u and F:at M3eat. By iv: . S.rwen, lBrer, LL.D., F..S.. S-- coc?luc:.ij to -rhih me came in regard . *e inohuncc. e ftnd n?cn the quality of. ass, s.nic do not differ in any :-n;r- r-: I o.'se: - recently arrived . .. . >erilern, of the Mis eri e elurl College. Professor S n0rn 1' il--u" eo::rrying out an extensive r;? c: -:,~:is: pyo uen pigs, and says ., t r:: :::z t r;grdod as con. i;iv see.:d C:a: ?ood mkes a profound ch len;.e in the cr :p?r i ion of cn animal. The 'r ir c: a tro br i nlo pF!atic to the moulding I tlinlen cr I ro . th?.a :n l. h:u eopposed. So far sa eCe pi is concerned, it appearesthat we may e:cet, largely, the type of meat that, .e cill cat." Oar ee:rcrimrnts on pigs at Rothamsted were pu'b!is?!?e in thes ,our,::at of the Royal. Agrieuitural Eci:c~t in 7J"5.L We employed as nitrognon looeeds cod ishb, beans, lentils, and brn ; and a?s ??rchy foods low in nitro. gen, hbrley mnal and Indian corn. When we scd the nmcae nitrogenous foods w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Wig-Maker's Romance. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 May 1887

/1 W;g-Tihioer's flnanco, A Washington wig-maker tll the ioilowinog story : "Thorn woa na anhionable rlwedding in thin oity, not long ago, where a beautiful girl married an old man and did not !:tnoe it. And what is more, she liven with him nowe and has not fornd it out. The groom wan a loandaoma man, and wan lol:ked uuon 5a a young man in oeoiety, in which he figored quite prominently. ie ihd a youthful lface wane quick sandl erect, and? by coloring hi- hair .lisch wRa emoow whlcie, he ?E?ily passed with the yos:n;eot. With hid a?itbl. m!annere anl pgllrtntro ho won the hoort of the young girl he married from a rnumber of otier suitora, many of them young and hsndsome. Tne girl vr."os ns?y youno, and o n ho!?. Just be!oro the wec!ddinl tookt place tie moan emos here and hal. I htliintir r ot ot and wig maue. Dyeinf his hair hlnd wolrke.d very vell while he- w en n courting, liut when it canr.o to gating mnrri",d hie imew he could no tie dti- w;tl.',lt hi' wile fioding it oan. ao be...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Childrens' Corner. "Boston Intelligence." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

CJibrciVte' Cornlcr. "B oston: Intteig:cllce." Send the brightest young; woman of the company out of tthe room and lrln the door. Those remlaining wiil seleect a ward lhvint tie same nlhber of e!tters as there are pcple to play the ngate. Supposing there re re sevr. and the1 wNrd Century is chosen. The player nearest the door selcts the name of a famous character, a man or a woman well knoe-n tonll ,rceent. whose name begins with C. Thie scorl will take E, and so on to the last. Each to keep his owen secret no t tthe name chosen. Trh banished player is then called in,and the fun begitn. She must try nal find out the wold l'entur by getting at the initials of the char.acter chosen by tile company. This is to be done by asking questions in turn of each of the players. No answers areall.wecd to be given but "Yes," " No," and "1 don't know." \oe will suppose the first player to have chosen Carlyle. The questioaur be gins : "I yvner chtarcter a man 1 " "Living? " Did ho die within a few ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Legend. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

A Legend. D)hi vro never healr the story Wh'icrh Lthe Ilarvenae villiu?gers tell ] mtnt thbe waollacrwoInI ?rlWho or the. ss ltrle dwell 1 They Ray whtven an'llae is nra.gine,1 Andl the hillows are rollig highn Olt acr tihe troubled ocnen Ca:n he eartd te " lost oul's cry."' Eatch wave in its sorrowful soe)itnrg thenrs the sonll of iane who was druwned. W\iltll'y the'y rI' t] tite latdsneill Tollll Lartlhem unllder the gh'round."'I ''i' at weird nd t pitiful legend iTo think that tthese tnl e rust ride On the crest of the restles hilluws?, At tlie mercy of tihe tide I Y)II who rhave lost yrolr dear ones Out on the brinyc dellp, \t'elt thirn, whetn yout hear: l the temipet, Itt their war:lry seals, tri weep ]ldi ypis not the lolil' lgcrll Thatt ret whir atie ttilltd the 'wavo " t w 'I:+,,I th, hrmrt. ,trd waters' . JI l .;; :lt si '1.? tWrit i il.usey

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

A Portland fisting steamrnern hs been fitted with an elcctricliht, so si to permit opern. tions to be carlried on at night wchhen crlisirn for fish. ' The light is placedt isrwardn , near the piilot-holse. The iro ierldfosrd .lerrerg rays that if this experiment iproversuccesrofl:. the steam whalers; stationeld at I'lovinretown one Cape olso, will probably be provided with similar lights. An English physician at Middht shoroug?h rccrrctly rlsjer?tert to takilne n (:th inl er11 0n ncorllrnllr of the dnlltser of inllfctin in volved in kissing tthe Irble. and the Lanet saiys it imnllt o altlowetd tlh1e i was smethinll ini the objectiot. Why nrotrldopt the praetice which porevail .witih us of allowing perrs.on to swear with thie uplilteir haisd 7 In view of thle srmall-pox cpidscirie this is a ma tter ol serious attention.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Delaw re River. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

The Dclaw re River. I lie upon the vernont banks of this delight. fll stream, And thei wildlerry hashes shield me from tihe sultry August hia s; In yvoder cit ani darkling grove the wood hirls walrble gay, But so!emrn thuish?is distress me, and imy heart is sad to-day. ' O sylvan Penneylvoania, sweet-watered and green-t roe1, Thy moutaii, s and thy valleys are beaiutiful indeed ; The huns of health rre on thy chlcs, thli wlho'esome gate is liainl, And thy strcyams, like sining children, warble sweet!y tlhrogh the lantt. But, ah I the reresupeetive eye is moint withl tender wet For those whil. built their wigwnms here, a hnmdred years ans ; The wild-fl. wctE s of the forest, they ari p" tibhAl now aind gone. And the loud eascadte lnaient. them with a mn!lantbholy luanll. I weep to think that they who loved ansl caroile on this shore, Who d:anI:k of these sweet streamlets in priumeiial days of ytore, Who piercedt the rilginl forests, heard thet wihld-ir, ls earliest layor. A?nl chas-c...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Those "Little Monkeys." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

Those "Little ulonke3 s." Children take strong and life long impres. sions from what they see and hear in their early years. And it is e.aier for them to learn anything than to unlearn it. The impre~sion may not go n s deep as the heart ; that is, tihe person who catches a habit may disappr,,ve of it as years roll on andt yet Ihe tuable to break herself of it. Thus. agrown-up plrson going about, forever finding fault. scoldine. relroeaching, nmy he intitmated by a child who haI no such natural itteliuationt. "' lg people." are woen:lerfol beinls to little folk. and the girl manr scol and slapi her sistern, and complain lof her brother, because Cousin lMartha does it, and she bas been in the habit of hearing Cosin Martha's sharp voice, nail feelingnn andtniratiotn of her eitergetie "set ting down'" of those who displease her. A lady told me that in her childhood she perused a book that strucd her fancy greatly in which an eccentric oltl person who wmt in the habit of calling those wh...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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