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Hay Market. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
IMtay Market. Messrs. IButler and aloss report :--'T ere Ihas been no improvemelnt Illn or arket, anl prices of manger ha have leen less tirom. Chafling sorts anti str.w in good demand. \We sold :--3latger hay, £5 to ; 10s ; chlrfling do., £4 to £4 10s; straw, £2 15s to C£5. Mir Robert Chamberlain report :-A large quantity of hav has been brought in luring the weak of gottod quality, with a dull sale, in favor of loavers. Best bay, £6i IOs ; straw, scarce, £3 to £3 5s.
Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
To'pics of tile IlDy. r. TEInRI l. accidentl oectlred o01 the lrighton line, Wednesday night last. The 5.40 special to 13righton ran into the ordiintry passenger train prlecling it, in the cutting 500 yards Ibeytnd Prthran station. The ordlinary lind stopped, owing to lthe bursting o0 f a cylinder. The driver of tlie special. l'rederick %laskcll, and the tirimnani .lames 11'?nlia, were killed on the spot, as also Mrs \nlerson nud Mrs loster, thie wife of a doctor at Colic. MJr W. I1. . Ruinting, Air E. S. Parkes, the maiager of the lank of Australasil, :nwi r ' W. G. Loempriere (?) are believed to lbe f;tilly injured, anut n Iarge imntber ,f other passengers were hurt. W. C. T. Morgan, solicitor, leg broken; Groosi of the Try E'xcelsior CGlass, liutby and Giinour, irutiligs, Dix, f'orerlydispeiser Alfred Ilos ital, jaw disllocated; Will Brown, Geogralhical Soiety, Sydiy,t had shock; Cosmo n eocwhery, injury to tiback an slioulder; lowdlen, slick, cut eye: cI. O' oie shock, and head ...
Terror of Haunted Locomotives. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
Terror of Iaunted Locomotives. LocoroTrrn engineers are almost, if not alto gether, as superstitioun in regard to haunted locomotives as sailors arein regard to haunted ships, says the Tribune. About ten years ago the engine Matt Morgan blew up while stand. ing on the track of the Shore Line road near the station in Providence, It. I., killing the engineer. The engine was subsequently re built and put on the road. On the first trip that she made after being rebuilt she went tearing into Providence in the night with the train swinging behind, and the sleeping town echoing to the shrill whistle. On approach ing the station the engineer leaned forward to shut off steam, but to his horror a ghostly form appeared at his side, and a ghostly hand grasped his wrist and held him fast. When the station was reached the ghost dis appeared, and the engineer stopped the train some distance beyond. At least, this is what the engineer tells. Many people have not forgotten the terrible Richmond swit...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
7a) ]&..ft ROW)'S 4EftICES;. \\ ; ;Yr~N Cniuncn.-Dihiin service will bhcl nccxtt Sundndnay as tcln :-. Trnra!gnni, II n.m.; Innclwonnl, :l.p.m.; Snrwccll, 7. p.m. 7cSrllgic. I'lulss Y TI~ las.Clrlr lclr.-Ili sinre Sterwice will be held nextSunnlnv an followic: Mnrwell. 11a.m.; Ilninlnra, :I pin.; Tinnnr 7 pin. Mr Elrlidge. 'Cnuncn On' I 'OLLAwND.--Dlijie Servicn will be held.iicxt Buidav nn-tinllnn :-n Ciwlicnr, 1 In.m.; Driflicdl, J p.m.;. Mor, well, 7 pin. Mr. idwnrd,. loMntw CeTrnoLrec ClruIiCIl.-IfSnes will bIe celibrated na follown Man~.nt Monre nl, Sneriny nt 9 auLlsnone. nil Tlhuridnay next (Aocensienniay),et 11 n.mr.
An Old Letter. ONLY a letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
An Otll let?ter. Ovra a leter, Sollsr ' d dic with ago: Wi lfully gazing. I Lhd.i the torn old page. Ougy a taLken Fren ,e:' whIro lovrrl mo well T''. f?dd w:ritini~ Sre,. tie "ood words :tll. O lc a lent.cr, 7ct .r,-, er fe: to mn Then all ele, b+i, M-,lilng u?e, lewe, of tlee. O .ly a rItter, T";l.aecnd n:,l nd tern; On my h,.art it lie-, Now I am old and wort, OCliv a rmerapr, T,.nd-r land trl nd Rel we&lt;t, The nwritrlongdced-. Nevrr again we meet. Only a letter, ?tid inr an hrien clheft; Closu, cIloe to my heart, When I am laid to rest I Kne: ?L. Leets.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
Tnoo FpOp.O? of c.mmnndiog our piioons is o tin ruferreud hrnfhnn any no n-unl of dlle, b ue'.no it is the plnuenro of oniodun and din. CnEtion. Tnn. doull, shen he wouod entnnap 0. 0u tin,. perton. f.Fatton. an aoo'4I fon till ho cnr'ies hid point, wnion the nloenn toot op. pears. We nhnul;l never Orontii n t tnhno thiocr on cnild havn p-ouennIl, eto ut thoU, thing... we ouuld not hnve proevnted.
Miscellaneous. Wolves. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
'Mtisccliancous. Wol ves. in who libten to stories told When hearts are cheery and nights are cold 01 the lone woodoide, rnd the huagry park That howls on the famished trainler's bac, 'lamenc-red eyeballs that waylay Il" the wintry night the belbted sleigh, The lou.it hiid asughlt in the dismal wood, The lit:te lhoes and the stains of blood o oaI tle ntpld snow-oh I you that hnor itl chills of pity and thrills oft tsar, Wishing comse angsoel had been sent To shield thie helpless and ianocont I?Coow ye thl fi.nd that is cruellcr far arc ? S ?iftly vanish the wcild, swilt tracsS Iiltore the rifib and woodaoan's axe; liht list to the coming of unoeen feet I'at:erint by ni.:ht through the aity's strlct. By eqoare and maraet they slink asd prowl; In lane and alley they leap and howl. All night they aoll and snarl befort The poor, patchbed window and broken doer; They paw the elapbooltdand claw the latch At every rrevice they whine and scratch Their tongues are subtle, and looa, a,,d thin...
Stebbins' Interview. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
Stebbins' Intervtcw. "SEE hero, S:ebbine,' said the city editor, coming into where John A. Stebbins, reporter, Bat with his feet upon the table," are you down for Sunday?" " You bet-Dr. ligar's church in the morn ing, and th -Sn!-ilist meeting in the after noon, woli anythinmu that turns up on the mouriTr ldotzin the inter' als" "Nr. no. I-I itncn any special for Sun. day. 0itra four pages. you know. Can't you ionterrvi,\ ormnbody ?" "Politica!?" "Oh, anything-anything that's interest ing, you know. Something that people will read. -Get it in by Friday night or Satur day." " All right." But Thursday night came along and Steb hins found no one to intervie~w, at lesst noth ing that would " keep." The material he found had to be used at once, or the other poeurs would got ahead. John A. Stebbina went to bet at midnight Troureday. and didn't know where his inter view was to come Irom. lle resolved to inter view the first man he Inet noaxt morning, and give the man the clloice of subjcot...
The Proposed Tramway at—Mirboe. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
'i'hte iProposed gU IIclllllt..VI Ut-JfrTI't:(,-, .--,o A petition which roads as follows,.was presoentil to the council at their last miepe-' ing, Friday. May 6 : To To., .PuIsEitF:i T A.ND Cneccr,.Lons OFr. THl'E S eII:E OF NAI O.\trA. : Thol petition ,of. ratelayers holding ire perl" in. the parishes of M\irhoo, Mardan, Ncrrcta ?nd l.hu-llallk; Ilhumbly sheweth-. That thie rngeni necessit" fior the,construc-. tion of a tramiway or, railway from rlirboas Norlh to the. Sitli. has fisquently been afliriirld,iand was mort: iartiularly bnrogl:t. inder.thu .notice of your council i)y largo, deputations on the 1ithl uly and the,12th Novembier last : on lbolt of wkhib orea sions your council cordially ra:ified the nro?osal. 'thaton.t? l('tll th errent there was sent through ths,los?t of?ice hv the chairman of the tramway ia commil e, ,h the ratepayers in the ahoine named parishes, circulars and voting papers in the respective forms an nexed hleraeto, the -liumber so sent being 155. That,...
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOnH 3OIt1WELL ADVERTIS1iR.) Smi,-In scanning over the "Gippolatnd Mercury," of the 12th ilst, to inty rlsrprised came across i paragraph litlledrr description of the Yinnar races.. ?nw, Sir, I do not mind a description of the Yinnar races, if given correctly, but I cannnt, as vecretary of tllis club, allow sc.andalous remlnarks to go uncorrected. First. or all Mr Shiells statei that he. drew the attentinn of. the stowards to ihe fact. that. Vanity could not run in the oiniden Plate. This, Sir, is it falselood, as the gentleman already men tioned made no esuch statement. lie then tries to snub the matter by saying, of course, she was a Yinnar hlorEc. le then goes on to say he entered a protest, but the htowards would not listen to It. lie is quite correct In stating that he entArel' a Plrotest bhut hIe mtsat not run away with the idea that he can .?ll the public tmouth -with anything he likes to fiy in n Srle raper, lie then goas ou to rmy th1at nino days ...
Sketcher. The Pets of Authors. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
.i?ctcbcr. The Pets of Authors. SOnly two instances occur to us ill whichl an n:ti?or h:las nle a pet of a bird. The lirst rtc is th:t of Chlristphers Nostih'O sparrow, andl secood, tthat If Michael Davitt"' b:ac, bird. iMr,. Gordon, in her biography of Christolher North, tells the following story of his sarrorw - 'I re umerbe helplersssparrsweing found lying on the door steps, scarcely tledgeld a:e quite ulnable to do for hcrself. It was brooglbt into the house, and from thlat moment became a protege ot my father. It found a lodging in his room, and before long w~. perfectly iomesticated, leading a life of uninterrupte d peoce and prosperity for nearly eleven yeares. t seemed quite of the opiniontlhat it vsathe mosnt ilportant occupant of tile anpartment, and would peck and chirp when it liked, not utrnreiquently nstling in the folds. of its patron s waistcoat, att?natcebyi the warmth itfoonld there. 'Then wlth. bolder stroke of fatmiliarity, it woult hop upon his. shoulder, nod pi...
(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
('ro Titt" EDI0o StrtrWFLtLta ADEnrotT.?tr.) Sint-I observed iii the issue of Inat Thur. days "Seretury,"'a letter by Mr. F. Shiel. containing an alcunitlrt of tie Yinnar Itices. writCten with tha t degree of exact.nest, that might bl expected frnm so disinterested a ourrc. I shall not, however, take pairs. to controvert any statcment lie ntakew. iurthier than regard.s myself. lie meak a tmistake in regand to the ownership of both Coralie and Vanity. as they were both owned by me at the tiae of the races. Vanity, I have dis. posed of since to Me'. J. Watson, and Coralie still remains in my pcseession. Vanity was tihe winner of one race only-the one at Maffra, under the V'.B.C. rules, andl the pro test. Mr. Shiel miakes so much of, was with drawn at his own request on tile day of the races, and not nine days after, as ihe would leadt the public to suppose. ecause lie had not received notice that this case was to be dealt with. M1r. Shiels states that he would have won both that race ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
Profesaor Chrystal, who presided oer' the mathematical and physical section,at the recent meetings of the British tAssociation, for the advancement- of science, told a story of a tGermoan' Student of chemnistry who way exceedlingly idle, but systematic even in his idleness. If he had a chemical compound to wei trh " instead of resorting to his balance he would go the round of the laboratory, hold up the test tube -before enchof his fellow students in turn, and ask. them to guess thile weight, lie?then, setdown all the replies, took the average, and entered the result in hisannlysis.' ThisT.whsactually taking trouble to Ie lacy. At the: recent International Congress, held in Copenhagen, a. committee was ap pointed to inquire-Into' the causes of cancer, and to investigate particularly the supposedi ansociation between thoe disease and the use of certain sorts of food, the inflnence of worry, anxiety and a depressed state of'health'in giving rise to the smalady, and the exten't to. whl...
The Easter Rabbit. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
The Easter Rabbit.. BY. Aoses C.,irt SAGE. 'T(s Easter morn in tle Ilthie land,n 'The German la:ln over the sea, in I forth in the early dawning Co , the shil IonoI . full of glee Fair Lnna, aun ililne, an t Intuel, Andl wue M x,. st.ury anle htnl- E.,-r to join in theo Easter hlunt F'otr e.g. of .ilyer and goll. "'or there rllolneth a sweet tli legend, That wehl all the world ?othl sleep, A 'ear 'ittle ,lone-eared rabbit from his e·sy hiolte loth creep, Aul bori. r. r:aryibow trronlres, \'iich ht hids with his tiny pan'ws Dwitt deep!.'lmiet the shrubt nod flowers, L kUe on l.ltter Santa Claius. Then awray he flits rot the t.leatning Of 1he ,iat:gincln en's first ray, Which hiile the children rise and greet 'the l:esurrueotio ln ay. So with carol aind shoot andlaughter 'Nea:th.the bIOuingrl trees titer pass, And see!: for the gifts of the rabbit In the long lu?l moss and grass. Awl oh, what heright Iaster emhlems Tihoe lowly green nests dilutlse 1 ltoes til? e tie htohs of the sittu...
MESSRS. R. GOLDBSROUGH AND CO'S LIMITED WEEKLY WOOL AND STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 11TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
M1ESSiL. I. GOLDISIlOU(II AND'GO'S LIMITEID WEIEiK.LY W'.0O, AND STAT''ION PRODUCi, IR.EPORT. \:DNEr.DAY, I ITii 3lAV. \Voot.--'W cataliogued 55:"1 hal for our ,oe }-dy and hlad a ltarge atteletne of the trade, the niltaeriot, hel woollen nil!s b)-'ing well reprt-nti:d. lThe .idhling were v.r:" brisk, and well s "uilled ttthroe i hI uta pei'cially for eronh'leld awl any lots shiot in a little quality, pri.'Cs raul'i'? for aerasge gr?csy from 81 to ,1 plr l1 : and for nteditit re,?-.eI from 1.1, to 14?d per II I. In all 480 bales we:'e :,l. "tri:ti. s.-The tn: of rthtt e t' rle is stnwlhrt doll, iani I' le rates are dlliiih Ito obtain. \'e qtelle :-lotherstet' grcun ski- upi to 3,s d each : extra good up to •3 1:a d', ,h?" &c, ia 6d t' "reach; : rh'r skins, &C. in bales. &ed, i nl to 4'I: pI, lb for crossareds, and' 8 t9o to for nurinos ; late shorn dry p:tls up to is i each, or lid in 21h per lb. It10t:-.---W' report a. rather depressed market at abneut late ...
Thrillor. NEW Fables. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
T"' Tax ani te. Sw.an.--A Fox wh-o De-i:.l ,. S6 o". " 1I- 'ri..i l-dii!i f-r a S -ran invit: - Li' hi 11'ck; in Ili .. ;. . Ti vast ?;ft. i- I ",,i :tr e i !c t pi ` t in a .l.er:t a-lb ". i "l i .eli f tale 1,:, - Over •" lhrr 1,: m. :tll h:e wr:. I,-owd in hi. Co'ont - II,. Flp,!h ofmne to have the Pondt for '" Aan I h -r Silly iu te to have Inrvitedi un ll. :': n lre t ,rl Ill.h F,.?. Thu; they lnl. rilele Atilnst each nothcr uutil t rice.t motf t !t.la,, :rho heard their Con. ;X i I%~ aw- il-- .- ,n - " .id the F.x -nk to the Purest :,'' the r:l t th.. I ',t n:l yotn rii:iht lh ve boon Friehi to ti Net of yor Day.s." 1Morrl: IDont h .rite a i ailor to ride [ulorse-bick with you. The Dot?r..y S ?N.e Dnar.are.-A honker who wac tireC I of 1+.,iir;.., t,:. -.-us:a Cart' abon, wrent to te Co,, fur Advice era h-ve e nothing to do all ,la}y Inate. svhile I wrrk like a Slave. Tell me hol I clan .iseaepe this llruIdgery." b"i A rll y l to do ic tr i asn y a lc i "nash sthe Cart," replie...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1887. Judicious Liberality. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
VO ' POPU l.I. (PUBLISIfIED I VEtRY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MAY , 14, 1887. Judlicious Liberatlity. PERIODlcAl, wovl:s of sympathy apread over the colonies. ?t on?n electric flash, when the souls of men are stirred to their' dlepths by soo dirOoful eolasnityi bringing death and' dismay into many ai hoiusetwhll.. 'The ebullition of feeling occasioned by the shock to the semni bilities, finds rent in providing funds for the relief of the afflictedI. It. is a tu:,tter for hearlfelt t.hankfulness, that in this practical work-a-day world, such seuntitrents are not excluded front the bmanrn breast. There is every danger to alprehern?, that an tunreasoned im pulsive desire occasions thie gift, and a supreme effort is made, which causes a . glow of self-satisfaction,that one has beent enabled to make so strenuous an exer tion inl the cause of charity, We do not wish to deprecate this feeling, but we are afraid, in too many instances, there iham been too exhaustive an effort made ; so that, whe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
W. H iiill bIl ST?OCK STATION AND COIMMISSION AGENT MELB,IOURNE AND WVARIAGCUI, AUCTION Sales conducted in any part f iI el rplyland reg=lurl r every .rtu day fortnight at our varrl. duln Stlin, anl Monday fortnightt a: our Yan?l, Mr,rwell, and unonthly at Warnugl. Droninand P'Oo w'ng, and at the Melbourne Corporation Yurds, Newrmarket, every week. VALUATIONS MADE MONEY TO LEND. LARGE 01 S3MALL SUMS ON FREE HiOLD 0 R1 LEASEIIOLD lh?,nl OFrnC.: 70 Queen street, 3elb mourne. PUBLIC NOTICE. .:o:. A BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS HAS BEEN ESTABLTSIIED AT Scott's Royal lontel. Yarragtl. under the M\ANAGEMEINT 0, ULr. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Queen street, Mellourne. MAPtRIAGE, ORR & CO., Stock and Estate Agents, M[ORTITELL & TRARALGONN. ecriodicnl Market. Traralgon, Morwell Toengabble. Narrnean, Mirboo, Trafalgar Land and Clearing Sales??roperly conducted. VALUATIONS mole. LOANS negotiated. and Life and Fire Insurance effected. Auctioneer.: Mi)t. JACKSON ORR a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
S Hotel Noticos. MO.RiWELL FAMILY HOTEL. Late of the Crioketers' Hotel SEGS to it Con his nitt eruras Frirlds ani thle 'Publie titierall, thaut he has ViPrr iasei - , thls ahove weoll-knoh wn I? tstlr sind has it lrouohly Ilienovated and "newly Fln nithd! it Throughout. Ilo novw rier. ' IIIST-CIASS AC'COIMMODATION for Travellers, Visitors, itnl Others. FIRIST-CILASS ALCOCK'S BILLIAIID TABLE WINES AND SPILITS .OF THE BEST PROCUIRABLE, BPSANDS. IIOtRSES AN) IIU(GIES ON IItIE. GIIASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMEIIIS' IIORSES ONLY. STIA-BLING AND CI\VILT'I'- GRAIATIS. I-ITE C LUBI HOTEL. -o. EDI)3 MUN ) KELLEI1EI-, PROPRI]ETOR IIIST-CL.\S ACCtOL.MOIATION !FOR ISITOI1S 0 AND COI[ .1' MEIIA ,I TRAVELLEIRS.. All Spirits, Wines, and Alia, of the Choicest Erands. GOOD) SI'AI'LIN. GOOD PADDOCKS. liuggies :ra d Si-t.1 , . os,' _,' Always obtaina ble nri IHliire. C1IICKETE1f A?RM iTIcS iHOTEL, .a71 0 i I" B L,. F-IEiNr'v ]3iBr ~, 1 Proprietor. H lAVING iju- ; ireha-ed tid; fa >4?it e. 1 W ih ,' ti',...
Farm and Dairy Produce. TRARALGON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887
Faml'lli ail IDairy Protluce. TRAn?.to.os, Saturday. Marriage. Orr and Co. report:-At our mart saut on Saturday attendance and bidding as usual. P'rices-3Melons 2d to Is 1d each, veg. marrow to .3d each, cab bage 2s 3d to 2s 104 per doz, onions 1 d, to 2d per lb, turnips lid to Is per doz, radish(le is 14d doz, carrots 81 to ts 2dl per doz, parsnips Is doz, plmnpkins 4.1d to 7d each, celery la to is ltd pejr bunch, tomatoes 1.1 to 2d pr lb, potatoes Is it to 4s 3dt per bag; cheese, inferior, 3d to 4 1d medium to 5.d; butter ls 2d per lb; fowls 241 pairs at 2A 8d, to as 10d; duck s 3s 10 to -Is d per pair; turkeys,.6s 3d 'to 7s per pair, and a quantity of sundries at usual rates. ELt.nouRNE. -I'Grath, Son and Co, report: Cheese:--Prime loaf, to Gd per Ib; medim to 5d per Ib; large size, Gld to 6ld per h; medium, 41jl to bid per lb. Fresh Ibutter. -P'rimu dairieo, 10d to Is per Ilt; ordin:arv lots. 8d to dd; tumps, 3d to 11d; cask+, fresh, 9ld to 101; nediumt , 5d to l d; inferior 2d ...