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Practical Hints about [?]ness. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

SPriaciical Hints anon; umnea> T n Philadelphia Times estimates that in the City of Brotherly Love five persons osih minute of the day go to physicians to oom Splain of biliousneass and or relief. It i hardly probable that there is much more trouble with the Philadelphian liver than with any other liver, so if that proportion of ufferers holds good all over the land"the Slongfelt want" of the public is some sensible advice about biliousness. Liver disorders ought naturally to be at the foundation of all biliary derangements and as orgnie diseases of this organ are esoentially chronic, and often progress steadily from bad to worse, it is plain that only a small proportion of bilious persons are so alfected, for the reason that this ilses of patients vary usually get well. This refers mainly to male patients. Women never get well from liver troubles. At all events, if a woman is once told by the doctor that heo liver is affected, she will believe him, and persistently suffer theref...

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

Cane bottom chairsk.-Should be washed en the under side, using a sponge and hot water, with soap if very much soiled. The canes should be completely soaked and then dried in the open air. Orange cream cake--One cup of sugar and one cup of butter worked to a cream; yolks of two eggs, one cup of milk, two cups of flour, three teaspoonfuls of baking powder whites of two eggs well beaten. Bake in layers. For the cream take one gill of milk. grated peel, pulp of one orange; mix well and let it come nearly to a boil, then stir in enough cornstarch to make it as thick as a custard; add the yolk of one egg and sugar enough to sweeten. Spread between the layers. Curried Herring.-Cover six herrings with a little water; let them stew until cooked, then stir in ons dessert-spoonful of curry powder, a little salt; thicken with flour. Send to table garnished with a little plain rice boiled in water. Herrings Boiled in Vinegar--Steep six herring in water for twonty-four hour, then take out and dry...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Thanksgiving. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Thanksgiviug. Brownantumn's lavish hand had spread On bush and ral. c her berries ed, And flrom tlhe burrs o'erhead, In which all summer they had lain, With.pattering sound like drops of rain, lipe ehcstnutts fell upon the plain. And barn and grr.nery were stored With the rilpe corn-the winter hoard ;. And plenty reigned at every board. And once avainlretturnled tihe lay, 'Whlen, casting toil ant care away, A people lift their hands to pray. And ile,, the love and Soverei?_n willl That did their lhun.cs with iplent fill. And keep their bounds unshaker n still.. On many a cottage hearth that night, Glh:amed ruddily the fa~,ot's light, And ro,,ndl it gathiered faces bright. W\ithout, were wtand and storm and sleet, WVitllin the soundl ofldancinC feet. And bursts of laughter wilt an.l sweet. lIt thie hearth of farmer Slone,. Ih . sat with his coed wife alone. Save that the dog who now had grown,. Icn faithful service old and gray. Cnri-t.up upon the health.rng coy,. And duzc?d-tllo .en...

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O, Wae Be To The Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

O, Waee He o Tihe Orders RY WILLIAM MOTHIEIRWELL. lI know of only one song which snrpoasse thIs. if it does surpaoss it, and that is Auld Robin (ray, which is less purely poetical in expression, but rather moro in keeping throughout with the simple, homely char acter of tile itmasinary singer. To be able to touch the heart is not given to many poets, great or small. It was giren in tilhe eighteenth century to Lady Anne Lindsay, and in the nineteenth century to William Motherwell. It It. STOUD.tLD.] O, wae be to the orders that marched my luoe awn'; And woo be to the cruel cause that gars my tears down fa', 0, wae be to the bluidy wars in Hie Ger manic, $Ior they Ilave ta'en my lure, and' left a bro ken heart to me, The drums beat in the mornin' afore the seriech o'day, And the wee wee fifes piped loend and shrill, while yet the morn was cray . The bonnie flags were a' unfurled, a gallant Ssight to see, ?ut wac's me for my sodger lad that marched to Germanic. O, lang. lane, is the tr...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Quick at Repartee. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Quick at Ropartoe.-" Georgce is very quick at wcpartee; said Cinrles Augustus to a friend, Lhe's deucedly orwiginal,don't your knowr,"' "Aw i" remarked his friend, "is ha ? I nevanh coaught on, you know." " Yes. hei's deucedcly quick at wepnrtee; says comi douced sharyp things. Ho made one of llis linilliant wemarks at thie sacwed con cert. lie walked dowd the aisle to thie fwunt of the liarquet, you know, an?d George neg Iteted to take off hlis hat, don't you know. George turned on him and made a weImark that quite paralyzed him, yc know." " An. whsat did he snyl" " WhyI, hle wose up in his seat, and looking in a terribly ficrce way, he sanid :' Aw, you go to the deuce.' It was deucedly sharlyou SAw."--[St. 'Paul Globe. 'JThIi,,,orc "1 oik is sredlited with a virs hallppy ri?eorl. CUnii you tell ioe sir, i. srqi) ,iauy, sir, riily ; you tnki lies of iequial hlingih, aiid Iputl rhhiines oit thi uiill, allil talenti, inlsilt tills.I . '1'1. ll ?ing iii .hir,. pr'o- ?,etil pariels h['...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

lbumor. It is -" Iapa, if three wheels is atricycle, and two wheels is a Mlcycle, what is one wheel 1"" One wheel, my son. Well, lot me see l One wheel must be a unicycle."' "-No, it nin't, ppap,it's.a wheelbarrow I" Otrfor the thrill of a robin's note, And oh for the linnet's coo And three times o for ach.sace to vote, As the pesky men folks do. --.Ida C. Sweuet. First. Lachrymose stranger " Do not weep, good man. I know nmatwhat your sor rows are ; but here, in the crowded mart, is no place for tears. I,.too, know bitter woes." Second 1. s, " Alas, you do not know me. I am the austhor of the new comedy." First 1. s. " Stay, I will mingle my tears. with yours. I lave just seen it." A Helpless Protest.-Chaplain. "This is your lunl term in this prison. Are you nots ashamed to have your friends see you here?" Abashed convict.. " Indeed, 1 nm. The prison is disgraceful. The reception room smells like a bar room, the cells are dark as caves, the warden is no gentlenma and the table is n...

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A Milliner's Window. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

A Milliner's Window. I can never-look into a milliner's windowv witho t seeing under the brim of each bh, net the face of tie wmnan who is to wear it. That gaudy bonriet, all gonrcots reTl ai.dl yel low flowers, gold pins, and velvet linintr. will go uponll the hieal of a fat., rle-fnced wmliran who wents Inrge imitation diaimondwi . indl oasts of being "a lady " wlhen she qllarrels. She savs: " I've moneylenroigl to get n dlent bonnet, thank Ilaven i and int going to be Sdowdydv." leneatlo the brim of that little sta? h boti net, trimmed with renl lace and a IiuIqueto. blust roses, will smile a liltle, fair. Iblouile rilde's face,.wit a mouth made for kisses. anll soft blue even. That coqne?tisih pink anid black hat wVill ie boughit by. a bright little Ielle- an arch coquette- at &ithlt It will hili her bIrivak hearts. And wIthat a fine wollanc. Witl ii grand ir amn a society manner, will 1,Ihw that elegantt pokli, with thie liavy bla.k phtmes. oin her ihantilonme lha 1. I'...

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MESSRS. R. GOLDBSROUGH AND CO'S LIMITED WEEKLY WOOL AND STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 25TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

M!ESSR.Ii. GOLDI)BSiIO(UGIIANDI) Co0' LIMITED WEEKL?lbtlY WOUL AND STATION PlItt.DUCEt.Ell'OR': W\ErNI'sD.\t ,25'1'1 ?Lty.. \Woor.--llurirlg tihe past we.ek there has eeon seure little motvenent inl wool, ing. chiefly to tlhe limited arrivals, which are .:rl.tiler than suial at.lthis seaston. There-is a go1d private inqtiryT at full Lenltonr quality. ;lir-: e:rai.-sxc. Tl'l demand it r. little hetter. and pries have rsorlmr lrht' re'reelerel,. We rpiate :---ilatchers' green skins, il' tr o es eachl; extragoed, up tro 3cs Gll;. dryt do. &c., Is el to 2s lrd rerlc : dry skins, ale, in ha!o, &c, 3d to 4" pe'r lb for cross-. bredsit amI lIr to l4l Ipr lt. fror iuerinos latr shorn dry plts.upl to. Is id eatch,, or lad.to .l per lb. lihru.a-Th1 - rer market continuerr quiet, the attention bei?ng chietly directte to green hIle'r, of ",rhich a good tsupply .i avaihible. u1'rtte llnt llet itio l r, e :--(t ree1 O, avera'e't wecihtt-, 17r to I25. each; do dr , light, do, 12r t...

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Ladies' Column. Ladies Behaviour to one Another. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Zabics' Column. Ladies Itehliasiulr to 1one Another. Little kindnesses really are worth doing. We have been told so many times, and the advice is often emphasized by stories about y*ioti girls and polite little boys who receive nmar vellous rewards (in the newspap: rs) for their considerate behaviour. It remaeis true. how ever, that little nets of kindness to strangers are often worth far more than theirapparent value, even thbcugh the recipient is seldom able to indicate his or her gratitude by the gift of a fortune, a gold watch, a diamosnd locket, or any of those other articles which are lavished so freely in po tular anedotes. A lady said the other day that the faces of two strange young girls who had rendercd her small kinlinesses still held, and she be lieved would always hold, a distinct and honored place in liher memory. L \Vhoat1 they did for me was not much," she said. "(One of them gave me a seat in a horse-car, which was surely very little to do. But I was no older than ...

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The Lament of the Alligator. Harper's Young People. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

The Lament of the Alligator. IlY MAlITIA CAVER.NO COOK. Harper's Young People. " What trouble can he greater," Asks a frightened alligator, " Than has happened to our family of late l lMy brothers and my cousins Have been massacred by dozens : And;, in truth, I fear the same unhappy fate. " We are now the ruling passion. Of those who follow fashion Implicitly in every latest craze, And the money market caters To this taste for alligators, And seek to serve us up in teonpting ways. " What makes the matter worse is Besides the baug and puuses Which ingenious wretches make from out our skins, Besides tile boots and slippers Our teeth (those pearly nipliers?) Are set with gold, and worn as jewelled pins. " If they catch us young and tender, Our chances are as slender As if our recious hides were tough and old; For they killed my baby sister, Awrl. before we really mlised her, She was stuffed, and for a paper-weight was sold. " It fairly makes me shirer, When I crawl from out the river T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Hotel Notices. M 0 W ?W E L L FAMILY HOTEL. W. M'TRDOUeI, Late of the Cricketers' Hotel l 1"EGS to inform hir numnerous Friend and the Public lenerally, that he has Purchabed the above well-known Hostolry, and has tIhoroughly Henovalted and newly FPur nibhed it Throughout. 11ie now atffrs FIRST-CLASS ACCOiMOlDATION for Travellers; Yisitors, and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD' TABLE "NINES AND SPIRITS OF THIE BEST PROCURABLE BIRANDS. IIORSEd AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' IIORSES.ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. ]EDMIUND) KELLEHER, PROPRIETOR FIRST'-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND) CO3 MEIICIAL, TlIAVELLERS. All Spirlts, Wines, and Also, of the Ohoioot Brands. GOOD STARLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. Buggioa and Saddle Horses Always obtainable on Iiro. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, Y0 IR W E , L. --: 0 :-- H ENRY B -131EE?D-, Proprietor. H AVINO just purchn;laed thi frmona HIottrl . Which for comforLt Ran ordler all oheri neel ; My PaItrons will tinl...

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Science. Diphtheria. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

SCIClCC. Iiphlt heria. I)iphltheria is a terriblte disierMe, and when it breaks ro t iiz a CIhid. or in a fainily where there are scveral children. unless the very best prIea:utIlns are ol,.erved it is likely to spreard, for it is a disease that may be comr lrullicatt:d from one pelr n to another. It is euntagious. leganirne tte dilferent nmeasures tuplllloyetl to preventIt the sprenu of this disease we very greatly prefer the fumnes of burning. hulphur. We reanl sulphur as the most ,'ttctive disinfectant we can use for the Iurpose of preventing the spread of diphtheria ill schools and in families where severat children are exposed, and it has a salutary elfect upen theeo already sutferine frOlrl the Iliseane. We have IlIl the care of seores of liphtheithtiin f te , and we :can refer to iquite I. number of families of children where the diisears was limited to one child, and we verily believe that the fumes of burning sulphllur were inltrumnental inl preentti g the preael of thie di...

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Mce Police Court. SATURDAY, 21ST MAY, 1887. (Before A.W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and S W. Prooke. Esq., J.P.) FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

S.tTOtIIIA.Y. 21T MiAY, 1,;7. (Bufore A. W. Howitt. Esq.. '.M., anid S Wt'. I'ro ,ke. Esq.. J.'.) OtI:OIE IT. Itlice 7 CGeorce l'aikins.-Charged with Mating altered tan or.ler ft 1 s given him liy Mer lthbls, pntymanter. in the Narracan Valley line, into .Cl) 1I~s, ndl trying to pans it ott on Mrs Attwood, of the Moe hotel. The evidence, was got uIp in a very artistic iannr r by Constable (;oldsworthy, nit only to prove the crime, but also the means, by which it was effected. I'arkons was committed for trial to the Sale Sessiots. LIDING ON :OOrTPATIr. John COnnilngham aRnd Jesse ]Insthorpe were each finld Is for riding across the foot p1aths in the town. DEBT t.CASE. J. Parks v G. Aurish. This was, for the amount of £3 13s forfencing a garden. Order for £: 10s, anld 13s costs.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

The road to true philosophy is precisely tile samie with thant which Ilends to true reli eiou ; and frmun both one and the ether, un less we would enter in as little children, we must expect to be totally excluded.. Whatoverme y be true of iharntess luiu. rics in the way of drink, we fmaintain that health,i happines, and work find stimulus. enulgh in tile un?sophisticated woll of nature. -puire water. Weddings often leave old familiar henar and pIanes haunted and empty ns flne. rals. lThey are the funerals of olt assofin. tirln.. As we grow in years and experience1 we henlle lme tolelrant, for it is rare to see c faullt We hIve Inot otuIelIves commlitted. Since ,l hiis Iwgai tl o wer i eri osfll s girli hale a ,gend Inilny striigi. toe their heaix. If n ian gets up wiie thetllaiiny lriiik. ail hio he sIil toLam lav, whole ihray he for, hilm ? (ttra.1e ihi in the warm sitclighl at thiught of the Irilnkel.:,re theire sweels ill wit e will brilii , The first silk stocking mand in Engla...

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Traralgon Receipt and Pay Office. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Traialgon IRcceiplt and Paly Office. AccOnrisr.-I. WVallis, F. leerson, A. ('uaeron,, 4. llastlhorpe, A. leckus', 1). It,,s.Il, J. IPllock. W. P. Ctlithrie, J. A. 2!uIirheaI, 11. iHalipton, C. 2 urray, I). WYoodh us, oP1. lios II, TC. MIitcheIl, 11. Ilnrkiui, N.. W. Frogley, F. Ilasltey, 4. 11. latton. C. Morray'. GHANTS.-G. Finmin, S. .1. Cos, S. Pay, J. Dodd, J~ ~. Evn. . Gould, Fl, . Handle} , S S. A. Miorrison, A. Naleuti el,. A. ale,,n ito,,oei, 'C. Nerlzain, S. Newmuan, John O'Connorr \V. ikussell, I(. SearItt (2),W Scarlet(, A. \\'rIlingII, .1. latterson, A. .1. iownman, S. Wiiamson, T'. liur in, . 1used Pr, IP. ionoiisnn, 11. Rosweil, 1i'. . I ,utpiir'y, 21. P. Iloailett, S. PowelS I i:,,,irzooa ,,nd another. I.,c.:sss.-S. Ia,,,i.r,,ak anu .1. KeotoW I laidler..1. irotlin, LI. WVicks, A. lirie.n, \\. I',,la, j zr., 'I'. Wright. I'. Keogh, 2iattio,,rs, \V. Rtoland. WV. jitegso 1 W\. 2iuorr, 'A. P. 2iePonm,oh, .1. P'ryzie T Iiieiards'on, Ri. Iiiýgaii, N . St,.veison.1 Shilsil ...

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Did She Wait Because She Loved Me. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Did She Wait Jiecause She Loved Me. I was young ;. the world before me; None to help, and all to win; And the shadows were still o'er ma Of the sorrows that had' been ; For my eyes were used to weeping;. I my paln couldrnot forvet; All eIoved in death were sleeping When I met you, Margaret. Like an angel's was your beauty;: Like an angel's was your mind; And you showed me truth and duty. Lay before me,.sweet and kind.. As an angel sent to guide me Were you thlemand are you yet Nsy, my darling, do not chide me ;. 'Tis Inot flattery, Margaret. And you said : "Life worth the living Must hb earner,.st.strg and true ;" And you smiledr mysentence giving, Sending me away from you, " Go and prove your worth," you told me; And I saw your eyes were wet; But tlhose tearfulleyes controlled me, And I leftyou, Margaret.. And I said; my tears near starting;. "There is.one whom I adore Dare I hope oor weary parting' Shall noO be forever more ? Will she wait until I prove her That true-love can ne'e...

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A Gippsland Elopement Case. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

* A Gippslhill Elopelntlt Ca:le. A grazier residing near Bairnsdale, n:lmed Christollher Aste:roft, was at'rrested in \Warlnatit ool on Sattrday morntingl for. atluclltig Mlis Mary Ellen Wilso)In, a young1 lady 18 years of age, who resides in the same locality. It appears that on the lth inst., Ashcroft and Miss \Wilson were married at the Wesleyan Church, Lonsdale street, Melbourne, and then came westwardl to spend their htoneymoon. Tihe mttarriage took place, I however, withoutt the consent of the vyoung lady's Iprents, who set tihe law in notion, andl a warrant was is?ued for the arrest of tihe bridegront, a voting mttan of ablout 23. A description of Ashcrofat was given in the " Police Gazette," witl the result that Constable Gibson, after reading it, arrested the supposed offendler who was stlaying with his bride at the Criterion lihntel. 't'he bride was not made aware that anythingt unusual had happened until her ihusbandl had returned to her after having been atl lowed out on...

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Apple Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Apple Psludding. Here is.n recipe that has the merit of bein aorv to make, as well as delightful to take. 'Peel, core andl rlquarter your applos (unlks yo Il'oefer leaving ill tih seeds aoIl skins), put, them in a tinl or granite asin suitable for baking-if it Ie tin let it not he aged. lPut on them a very little water, let" them stow till tenlor, but keep thoern wlole by potting thie sugarover them whenlfirst put oil the stove. W\\hen you hae made a hatterns.follows: One cup sotr cream, three eggs, twoO eIus of flour, one-half teaspoonfl of soda. (stirredl into the cream first of all), and a pinch of salt, dust einanion over your npples, drop in little lumps of butter and pour.the batter over tlletr. take in a rather quickoven. If'youroven heo Iot pot a piece of brown papir over tlhe tol to give tie hbatter time to rise. l)onoin.this way. you wilrmake sutro of having no half cooked aprples in your luidding, rlwhile-the top is burnt. if you have no sour cream we sour milk instead, a...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

RECIPES. Haricot Bean Soup.-Take one poundolf' beans and soak them for thirty-six hosern in coll water. Put them in a pot with two ounces of fat bacon or ntablespooafnlof drip ping. Let all boil, then add two onions, a small turnip, and one stalk of celery with a. a pinch of cartbnate of soda. lloil for three iours,.rub all through a strainer. except the skins of the beans, add two breakfast cups of' milk with pepper and salt to taste, warm all up end serve-no salt to be paut in until the beans are quite done.. German Soup.--l't half a pound of neck of mutton well washed into a pot with two quarts andt a half of water. When boilino add four potatoes, two onions of good size, one large carrot grated, the onlions and lpta toes to he finely chopped, and an teaspoonfl:l salt added, and let these boil two hours. Then wash a teacupful of rice, add it to the soup and bIoil half an hour longer. Season to taste and the soup is ready. Tales ofa. Big Wind.-Storics of the re cent crylone are co...

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Topics of the thiys Tot: Premier has been asked. whethter the Victorita Government propose tor follow the example of the Indian aid' ''asmaniahna Govermne,:ts, who have annllatlrced their determination to liberate certain prisoners in comnauemoration of the Jubilee cclebrati,on.. Mr Gillies remarks that in India it is proposedc only to set at liberty persons imprlisoned for political ollences, and that a. similar course could, not eo followed here for the very good reason that there are no, politiia:T prisoners iiiside Victorian goals.. The TasmauJian Government propose on . Jubilee day to liberate a few prisoners detained for minor offences, and Mr Gillics-states that if any speciald cases of'prisoners dbserving oiclbemency in Victoria are brought undelr his notice. lhewill lce quite ready to ask the-Cubinet to give favorable Considelrtion to. an. application fir-tlohir release; but up to. the present the Cabinet have not given the subject any attnOltinn-:-Age. Tuli- proposed estab...

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