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Football. TRARALGON V. MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

FDilkall. - TlAitALtCON V. MORWIE.LL. (1W A St1ATER.) Tihe Traralgon team met the 3irrweil one on the ground of the lattrc on Saturday last n itn a sell-rontestol game-crosidering that C it wtr the firnt effort of the season for the g Morwell men. The Trarligon men all through played a good. strong. gencero:t game, to which may he attributed their suc cess. In the deplrtllent of tickingt and v playing little marke, the Trnrarnlgn nme showed anl unlloubted superiority over their opponents, while on the other hand thie 3hr well ment showed their want. of practice by a very apparent want in playing to each other, althoulgh in all round strength and quickness the 3torrell men were the better teram of the two, )iuring tihe tirst quarter a tbehind was kicked by Traralgon. which was quickly followed by a goal kicked by Baker. The change at quarter time gave Meorcell the advantage of the ground. and a change was soon apparent, Moriwell quickly securing a goal by some neat play from lor-. t ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

(tO "ritE EtDIt'OIt .tOitWELL ADIIVEPrtstRi.) Sto.--I was highly pleased to see in your reporCt that soccess crowned the elforts of the Hiazelwood Presbyterians on their 5itt anniversary celebration, on Wednesday last, ( snd althnlOih I must compliment Mr Ali the Wesleyan missionary for Iis interesting speech, vet there is a point or two that has put me a-thinkinkg not a little in mny log hut. Alnd trost the named gentlemain will make things right betvectn himself and an old btunhman. One of toe monst enlightened of bishops said once-" It would he anil vil for the Christian re ligion and ithe Clhritian clhtrch in which tlhen'igians granted that the truletl they taught were not to be tested and maiaininred by reason." The speaker said--'l'hen, again, it has been said that the Bibhl: cl tradicted itself, but the (the speaker) would tdefy anyone to show a gennine contradiCr tioat in the Iihle. God conthl not contradict himself." Theerefre mtt hleing Ileseid with a cornmmenaryon thi Bib...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Morwell Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 18TH MAY. (Before Messrs. A. Howitt, P.M., chairman, S. Vary, and W. S. Guthrie, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

.orwell Police Court. WVEDNt.SDLAY, 18lt MaL'. (Before Messrs. A. Ilowitt, P.M11., chair man, S. Vary, and W. S. Guthrie, .'s.P.) IsSUrTINs IBen.tAtoult. Police v. J. M'Donabl, who was sun m-I mIn,,d for insvlting behaviour, with intent t to provolke a breach of til peace on 28th ult.. at Yinoar. 2Mr Parkin, instrueted by Mr Caltlan, alppIared f-r tilhe defence. Constable Miller delpolse : On the 20thl April Ie saw deftendlant fighlting another man in the bar of a publlic laslle at YiXnar. The dlefenlc? snuhnitted that the case must : e dlismissed, as no evidlnce of insulting hehaviour was showrn. The bench upheld the obj,'ction, and dis.mis.sed the case. 1). MeMillan was siailairly cha:rged. On thmesame grounol, this was dismiusSed. John Keough was chargc,i with insult- 1 ing lehavionr at Yinnar, on the 28th lilt. Fined L. or in default, four days int prisollnllet. The tlin ' was paid. William D)oolan and John Walsh, who each pleaded to tile charge of insultin g e haviour, were lin...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1887. SCRIPTURA CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

VOX POPUIl. " (iUtITTS111W I1 VERItY SATrItD\Y). SATUtll.Y, lMA.Y 21, 1,37. w SCRIPTI'URI' CO.TROVERSY. IN .outn correspodenee' of to-day may be seen ' letter by our respected corres- T pondent,- old hbshman, in reply to an assertion imade by the Rev. . S. Algie, i oni the occasion of the Iiazeiwood tea iteetilng, that "he weould defy anyone to a show himi a genuine contradiction in the Bible." Opening our columns (o any religots controvers might be deprecated, and we s d1o not incline to the opinioin,. thati aly good end is served bly a minister of the Gospeil entering iito nily dispute of the kind-either on a lpulitc Iplatform o r in the press; because i e be lieeve a in inister's mission is to exhibit an un- t Iliincling nadhlerenlce to the pure and faithful preachiing of the Gospel. This is not' accomplshieid by ; disputaLncL especially on iiunfair. grotuids- as it certainly ciunnot be considered fair that I a minister of Christ, lwho: his only studied the Word of God itn pure b...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

CURRESPONDENCE. -4----. (TO .TtE EtuwITOR 1OIt'wELL .t ADVt TIStE.) SIIt,-I trust you will allow me sullicient 1t opace' in your valuable columns to' sdraw .publiu attention to the ghastly risk Incurred d by. the travelling lpblic in passing over the old; bridge over the river M3orwell. This t bridge has been iha existence for so long a c I eriod that almost the whole of its timbers are !it so unsound a condition that it enl t willbhe as irnevitable as thu Deacon's "on 0 Ihorio chaise." 'here is little donbt thtt the t bridge, when constructed,was built with such t skill as must reflect tile highest credit on the engineer atnd builders. Thoe wood at com. tnand, however, wa~ not of the most durable desoription, and the co seC?clnce is thlt decay lhas of late becotmu so rapid as to prove alarming. At the present time it reqtuircs an stml nall amounlt of nerve to travel over it, and, whell I ]nst lhad occasion to cross it and, when I last had occasion to cross it, I did so on foot and ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Since dudes begn to wearnt corsets girls have is good manty strings to t their beaux. If t man gets up when the dna breaks canl ,li be saidl t.o ihave a whole day be fore hin ? e Grapei blish 11 lie wari .ttli?lhii at thoeug h t o , ,the . i i!,,ue ,>s i hihi .w: eb, a int wine will bring.

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COLLISION IN SYDNEY HARBOUR. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

COLLISION IN SYDINEY FII. i i.i0U , SY.I EY, TIhur1lay. A fetw minutes before midnight infor mation was received from Manly Beach that • the sch?oners Pl'oniu Dero and Daplhile, which were being towed out on :their way to Newcastle, when just between thue ]eauds, collided. The l'oinne Dere sanrik immedriately, and lon Rlourke, the nmate, whn drowned. All the other hannls were saved. Th'le Daphine is touch in julred, and is breaking up. Fears are untertained of all her cruew being lost unless help is sent speedily.-" Age.'"

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

To sueeed an Carkme succeeded, a cook must not only be a cook, he must be a draughtsman, a sculptor, and a colorist; and the time and taste which a cook ependa on the arte of design, to prepare food for the eye, are to much time and teate diverted from the more important business of preparihg food for the mouth. A roFeous French doctor once averred that the cooks were his beot friondes, since in the exercise of their profeesion they sent him more patients than cam from all other causee. At the same time he remarked that when people "digested with their leg'--took exercise-there was small chance of their hbing profitable to him. We love. justice greatly and just men but little. The latest malady is a tea-lirium tre IllellS. Speculations are usually followed by peculations. A business firm is not always known by the Co. it keeps.

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A City of London Pie. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

A City of London Pie. Duon^.o the time that Sir Theodore Itfayerne was lord mayor of London a pie was made, the particulars of which have become matters of history. The recipe for its construction has come down to the present generation. acd for the benefit of this and future genera tions we will tell all that we know about it. The recipe runs :--Take eight marrowbones, eighteen sparrows. one pound of potatoes, a qtarter of a pound of cryngoes, two nunces of lettuce stalks, forty chestnuts, half a pound ol dates, a peck of oysters, a quarter of a peund of preserved citron, three artielokee, twelve eggs, two dliced lemons, a handful of pickled barberies, a quarter of an ounce of whole pepper, half an ounce of sliced nutmeg, half an ounce of wihole cinnamon, a quarter of an ounce of whole cloves, half an ouneo of mace, and n quarter of a pound of currants. Liquor, when it is baked, with white wine, butter, and sRnear. Some years ao., with very elight altera. tions-only adopted, after ...

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Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Evening. Tne air is chill and the day grows late. And the cloude come in through the Goldes Gate, Phantom fleets they seem to me, From a shoreless and unsounded sea; Their shadowy spars and misty sails, Uoshattered, have weathered a thonsan& gales ; Slow wheeling, lo I in squadrons gray, They part, and hasten along the bay. Each to its anchorage finding way. Where the hills of Saucelito swell; Many in gloom may shelter well, And others-behold ;-unchallenged pass By the silent guns of Alcatraz. No greetings of thunder and flame eaehangs The armed isle and the ornisers strange Their meteor flags, so widely flown, Were blazoned in a land unknown, And, charmed from war and wind and tld. Along the quiet wave they glide. What bear those ships ? What news, what freight Do they bring us through the Goldna Gate ? Sad echoes of words in gladness spoken, : And withered hopes for the poor hear. broken. Ah, many and many a venture we Have rashly sent to the shorelees sea I Ah, many an ho...

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DROLL DEFINITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

DROLL DEFINITIONS. A~ idea, says a clever writer, that can yb best axpresaed in one line you may be sure is a good one. "An idea well focussed will burn a hole clean through creation." he adds; " but most people can's define a knot-bole without taking a page to do it in and spoiling a ten. foot plank besides." Hoping to spare both the plank and the page, we venture some gossip on definitions of a humorous nature. The word gossip was amu-ingly illustrated by the child who said: " It's when nobody don't do nothing, and somebody goes and tells of it." No marvel that gossip flourishes when we are reminded of the shortness of life -only four letters-" three-qunrters of it a "lie," and hall of it an " if."' There are wit, humor, and eatire in that description. Wit and humor are said to be the "seasoning of every-day life ;" and satire, according to Swift, who ought to know. "is a sort of glass wherein beholders generally discover every. body's face but their own, which is the reason so fe...

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Humor. NEW Fables. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

^Rt " Fables. The Fox and the Sw.ats.-A Fox who a De-ir-"l to Sa,,o his Friend..:ip f-r a Swan S aIviteld him t., Wa:k in th.l Fo-eSt. Tlhe e .can left. is I',,dl alnd Co.npii-d. but in a i-hit ti -n thc Iitilctltiet of the Way Over cr ca him. anl he was Loud in his Cocm. Splains " lio'" F,'olish of ulo to leave the Pond for I the Floret l" ' " Anu hI w Silly in me to have Invited Sctn I'? rectrted the Fox. e" I'll never sp ak to yout againl" " You'll n cvr have the chance I" a Th(e they Ilnveiched Against each other until they met a liare, who heard their Com. r p!aint eIoly male Answer : " Iall the Fox stuck tthe Forest and the Swan to the Pond you, micht have been 3 Frielli to the End of veur Dayr." 1oral: IDo't IntIte a Sailor to ride SIfonc-.back with you. The Donkiy a New Departure.-A Dnker who wa tired of Drawelto his M.1,. teo.'c Cart about, went to the Cow for Adlice " Von have nothing to do all lay lone, while I work lite a Slave. Tell me hew I ca; I escepe this Drludery."...

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MESSRS. R. GOLDBSROUGH AND CO'S LIMITED WEEKLY WOOL AND STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 18TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

MESSRS. T. .rOLDBSIIOUCGI[ AND (t0'S LI11ITED) WEEKLY WOOL, AND STATION PRODUCE 1EPI'OIT. W EDIESDAY, 18T1 2IAY. Woorn.-No transaction of any ihpor tance have taken place during ilte week. the only a ales recorded b:ing thlov. of passed-in lots at the recent auctions. There is a strong private inquiry, and a firmnn market, especially for crossbreds and shipping parcels of scoured. SnIEPrsss.,I?.-- We report ia very weak rmarket, and prices have declined to the ex tent of ahbout Gd per skin. 'There is, how over, a fair demand at the reduced rates. We quote :--Butchers' green skins, up to 2s l1t each ; extra good, up to 3s ; do, dry, do., &c., ls 3d to 2s 3d each, dry skins, in bales, &c., 3d to -ld per b ; for cross breds, 3d1 to dd per lb ; for mecrinos, late shorn dry pells up to is Gd each, or ld to 2d per lb. "KI..oAne,, OProsri?l, AND RIAnnIT SKI:s:-Large fresh kangaroo skins are sought after at full prices. Furred skins are also attracting some attention. Curren...

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Washerwomen of Etrctat. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Washierwomen of Etretat. O.r? of the curious features of Etretat is the washerwomen. There is a subterranean stream here, which, at high tide, fills all the cisterns with a sweet, fresh water, and leaves them dry at low tide. This river empties in to the sea at the base of a high cliff to the south of the place. When it is low tide the washerwomen go down to this place with their clothea. With a wooden shovel they .soop out a hole by pushing aside the Itones, and behold a well of fresh water, a natural washtub, always full of pure, fresh water. Nature has provided them a model wash house. They may be seen by the dozens washing away among the stones, for at a dir tance no water can be seen. In fact, one mey walk directly over the bed of " La Fontain," as the stream is called, and not know it, but push away the stones, and there you have the water fresh and pare. Alter the linen is washed it is spread out on the beach to dry, the corners being held down with stones to keep them from f...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

1'opics of the Dey. 'I'n Government do not propose to proelaim more than two holidays in conrection with the Jlubilee, whlich is to take place next monlth. Although the festivities will extend over four nlays, commencing on Monuday, 20th :ilune,, andl ending on Thursday, 2-tlh, on which evening a fancy dress lall is to take plae place at Government House, the Premier feels that the working section of the community will be content with celebrating the jublilee on Tuesday, the 21st, and Wednesday, '22nd Juno. Only these two days, therefore, will be proclaimed public holidays. The cele bration will, ias a matter of fact,'sthtrt on Monday, the 20th, with ia mihtai'y tournamuent and assault-at-arms in the Exhibition building. On the 21st the Governor holds a levee, and "will receive addresses from public bodies for pre sentation to lher Miijesty. In theafter noon the Mayor of Melbourne will give a luncheonlin the Town Hall, W?ednes dlay, 23rd June, has been set apart for a military revie...

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The Maffra and Briagolong Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

The Halfrn a l ll riagolong fail waily. The'delegates sent by the public meet ing held at Briagolong about railwayr matters, with theo dlegates of' the IMal'fra. Shire council, somnl' reppresentatives of Mhaflra, Tintnrha; Neowr, and those sent by a meeting hehl at Wi\hl-de-luck, inter viewed the Minister and Coewmissionrers of Railways. on Weuloesdav, accompanied by the representatives in I'arlinramnt. Thu Minister of lailhways expressed his sur prise at a paragraph. published In a Salo paper, no such promises ias staled having' been made nor ciillldl iave been imade. khr was merely the executor of the will of l'iPrliamelnt, andecAluhl not liamppor with its decisions. lie had promised the Str?t ford people i survey to, Oneo, ian was carrying out his lromnmAses,. but without d: triment to the line which' is shortle to Ioe connstlrcted to MiilTra, and would "le dIe layved undrir no consideration beyond the itecessary lime required to preplare for" ttenlers. T-he uswer from the (cllll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Aucitiouirer's Addresses. TlOCK STATION AND COMMISSION AGENT 'MELBOURNE AND \WA\RICCAGUL , UCTTON Sales conmuclted in :n?; part .Z of atGiltpaland regularly every Satir lay fortnight t at ore vayrd. Uailn aln, and it'lndta firtnitht at otr Yards, Mo1rwell. and mitttldr ai Waertrl. lr, retni and P?e t" ntr, :tul at the .Melbonrne Corporation riard, Ncewmarikt, rv"'ry twclk.i. VALUATIONS MADE "MONEY TO LEND. LARGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FREE tlIOI,D OR LEASEIIOLD TII:.\n OFFICE:: 70 Queemn street, 3Melbourne. I'UBLIC NOTICE. A BREAN-E OF OUR BUSIN~ES IIAS " EEN ESTABLISIIED AT Scottt' iloynl MTotel. Warragil. under thle MANAGEMENT 0o ,r. Charles Lousada Wmn Hamilton & co, 70 Queen street. Meltborne. BMORWELL MARKET. MONDAY, 23aD MAY, 1887. W TT. TTIIAMITTON & CO. will hold their S usal Fortiiehtly Sale at Morwell. on Monday. 23rd May, when they will offer : 6i Alderney Cows. 1 Aldelrncy Bull. (Pedigree at Sale.) 13 Backward Springers. (Frst-class 1ilkera. N.'-Our rates for C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

t nctieaud N'attre iftcinrl attr. ak frt h S itrinte irtlti.ts.--ct iii. " ? ne " 1O-3[ pi:tients s ife t ril.. fr,:u ll :rlol-? k a"lietins are' ncfr.id frnl their hl,ad. f?t ncc - a:, I . ,,, sty , .t per ,, l ; cm..lt a clf-poa;c ni, cn ilne , " l inltI clo cllt .'-yrotnl t nl n r:; .,eil dc", c rie, tLifmir ,pitn)I c1-t lerhlhittf tift . andrhcc ictar f t, r ist e they aIl' " r f-r."t.. Lt such lento ,s (1-," hr ,h,) sii tlni,?,i dAev inl their ow;-n part t "e:tral I- ",l w tt ci alCC milv', ac rti c:l,arly ci ,:h n.,pt of their ca ie: a c,:'rcr < te.~i rt this cu ýrittulo. and talc! iefare in,' in Far i', f, rracle in tRiV ot'c di?-aqass t,, a o crcmnil ro?nlicatc!i. ',Iher,. h w.v c".r, a ,ia.r.n , is of " ptc lar ;::t exceC titcnal cbranct'2r. ' rltt c"- lta tint Ilnay beclle tnea:,sar, hot mIy .Ice, . in nCsr?rl'n:lei. i; i n L ,.r"c .nt. tRhat oif the thousmiT'ls upon tl o l:la s Tr vh .i Il haIee tr'eatil hy tletttetr - ric trii e l:e-t c-f t-a-, not'n inglc mis...

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OLLA PODRIDA ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

OLLA POLIDA ONLY. (Be "Tite S.~NcULOTTrc." First lovo and friendshlip stcalupon my vision Like an old tale of legendary days. Sorrows renewed in mournful repetition, Runs throuih lifea devious labyrinthine ways.--G(oethe. Give me leave to speak moy mind.-Shakea peare. It is a pleasant walk, Iny friends, from Caultield to the 3oti. One can ca ogtagtee, and ruminate, anlld chew the etld of swett and bitter reflections, and get mud-stainetd and travel-rworn, and untterabtly wcary. Then, at'tllhe end of soir tedious jiourney, if a kindly smile awaits you, and yot hear that sublimte m-siec for the stomach, the grilling of a gostt,: mtton chopl, alll yur evenitg ellal is serve.l b? sollme sweet, gentle, and noble-mindeid' ladylv, wilohut ostentation or paradle, but in a kindl, lhotmely favshion,swith a thousan:d w\ilcotes tbubhling np froml the heart into her face, speakilug more than 'the tongue, then, as Will of Avon saithl, "All's well that cina well." So was I treated at the MIorwell....

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

CURRENT' NEWS. \ :wV SRW-xtILi.-.Wo are gli'l to ,record theu stablishment of another industry in our district. M' r lteson is" about to start a now -svmill on Mir 1i. lieosom's selectiomi ear *Whiteol:w's track, a few miles from Tiniar. Slc-hias his plant now in position ruady for* commencement, in a oplendid foiest of Liinbsr, and will tsooln Iho'cnahlid to suply timshr or a first chl.s qualidty in any ;quantity., We wishMrAllecesom success in his spirited un dertakinig, for such industry will add matori ally to .the gener:il priosperitv of the distrit. DANr.EROtlst flriltI,.c Tlt attcntlio oi ,:.. the shire council might Io uwell droiwn o tolh" i.angerous slate oi the bridge over Middle Creek, near Mr "Keogh's selection., It has two beams broken on one side, and it con Foiqritl h iainsan in n p1recariols state. If stpay.ro inot, speedlily tnlii to rotncldy. this Sstae of aftfiiro, it mai. lie caxlcctil that stoie occillent mioy occur, which a little' timely attention mlight preve...

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