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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

To succecd as Oarame succeeded, a cook must not only be a ncook, he must be a dranuhtesmen, a culptor, and a colorist: and the time and Sasto which a cook spends on the arts of design, to prepare food for the eye, are so much time and taste diverted from the more important business of preparing food for the month. A raxous French doctor once averred that the cooks were his best friends, since in the exercise of their profession they sent him more patients than came from all other ocuses. At the same time he remarked that when people " digested with their legs"-took exercise-there was small chance of their being profitable to him. A Ribbon.-In one of the London Hos. pitols, about a year ago, an assistant surgeon became interested in one of the patients, a poor child of ten, suffering from hip disease. She lay day after day in her little white cot, with nothing to occupy her thoughts but her pain. The young surgeon saw her one day trying to make a doll of her finger, playing withit, a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
He Was the Fifth. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

He Was tie Filth. A Michigan avenue grocer whose family oe copy roome over the store was fomigJating some bedding the other day in a vacana room and after a time the smoke began to pour out ofa broken pane which be had overlooked. A pedestrian saw the smoke and did not doubt that the place wa0 on fire. It was a good chance for him to emulate the noncha. lance of Mark Twain, and he suppressed his desire to yell and torn in an alarm and en tered the store, took a chair by the stove and eamly remarked ; "Quite a change in the weather ?" Yee." "Don't look so muhob liko an open flinteo as it did ?" "No." "Trade pretty good ?" " Well, tolerable fair." 'a This would be a bad morning to born oueat I" "It'would that." "I suppose you are insured ?" " Not fully, hut shall be to-morrow." "I'm sorry that you delayed so long, for I came in to tell you that your whole up stairs has been on fire these last ten minutes 1" "Yes, thank you. Willie I" "Yee, air," responded the olerk. "Make another mark...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Curious History OF THE Man with THE IRON MASK. (CONTINUED FROM LAST-ISSUE.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

The Curious History OF H'rn Man with tItwa -necessary that all EnglutI 1 ýhould Ie uistaken. m al that hin;..lamesihe l, Ie0.h .t \ s f i 7r lht ,ills sirnwn this - trillitig piecs-O?.SEi5vilitv to King ianut, shouil nt have Ihi\ wa:itng i the cam ue attention to lis friend King William, and to Q(ueen Anne (with both of whom hte wo , engaged in war,) ant to please tellt r: tained the dignity of gaoler, with which King Jamesh had ? hionrdl. lim. All these illusions, beingdR disp'tedwt ·tihcn. a.t :4ains.. to. know who this pristner was, anl at what age hie ied. It is clear, Ihat if he was not permitted to cross the court of ther, Unstile, or to speak to his plhysicinn?, -xce:l,t covered with a mask, it iimust It t: I,,bon from an alprehension that his feaitni ail countenance might have iliicovereil snle resemblance. Hlie couldtlhw his tongue, butiot t his .face.: lie said; himself, to t he apothecary of the Baltile, i w ew days be-. fore ,his deathi, that he .believeod .hIe wa sLbt s...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Topics of tle Day. THE exhaustive and interesting report of General Scliha upon the fortifications at the Heads embraces are recomuonudat ieus which hove been before the Defence department for soUe time. The secretary for defence states that it had all along been determined to establish a fort at Point Londsale with two- 9.2-inch. guns, and to improvethe armaments of the other forts. Orders were sent to England some time since for now gusns, and the order has been partially executed.. When completed' the Government will' only require to procure 6 additional guns to carry out General Schaw's proposals on this point. The strong recommenda tion which General Schaw has made that Major Watkin's "position finder"' should be brought into immediate use;. will be takemnito consideration by the Cabinet and- the. defence authorities at an early date. The instruments arec already iri the possessibn of the- depart ment, but, if put to use- will necessitate. an increase in. the number of gunners,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LONDON, 29TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

ARRIVAL OF MIEi EGUIsH1I LONDOu, d1ri Aratrr. Thle groat interest of the week ols un. doubtly been the partial revival of the Franco.German war scare, oaving t t he arrest of. M. Schnacbelle, a French. frontier oftiial at Fagney-sur-Marno. The French and German versions of the affair are con flictiog. but it appears that Schnaehelle was invilod by Gautsch, a German Comn missary at Nasonut, with whom he, hal been in constant communication, to coure to the frontier and confer with him concerning the-re-erection of a post which had fallor doswnn The French Cornmmissary went unarmed and ansuspecting- to the. rendezvous, but seeing no one crossed to tihe German side of the boundary, where he was accosted by a German oflicer, droesed in a grey blouse, who threw himself upon him. M. Schnaueblle defended himself vigorously, when a second German attacked him, whereupon throwing off his, as sailants lie ran towards the frontiers butb was overtaken, according to . the German account, on their ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Aittioueri'sAd.ddrsses. n. Hawitou &Co. STOOK STATION AND COMMISSION AGENT 'MELBOURNE AND WARRAGUL A UCTION Sales conducted in any part of Girpsland regularly every Satnr day fortnight. at our vards. Budln Biln, and Monday fortnight. at our Yards, Morwell, and monthly at Warragul, Drouin and Poo w ng, and at the nb1lhonrne Corporation Yards, Newmarket, every week.rt VALUATIONS .MADE "MONEY TO LEND. LARGE ORI SMALL SUMS ON FIREE MIOLD OR LEASEHOLD IIEAD OFFI?e: 70 Queen street, Melbourne. PUBLIC NOTICE. - :o: A BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS S TAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AT Scott's Royal TIotel, Warragul, under the MANAGEMENT 0o" Mr. Charles Lousada Wm Eamilton & co, 70 Queen street, Melbourne. MORWELL MARKET. MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1887. W M. HAMILTON ;f CO. will hold their usual Fortnightly Sale at Mlorwell,on Monday, June 5th, 1887, when they will offer : Cattle, Horses, &a. N.B.-Our rates for commission are selling, 21 per cent; guarantee, 2A per cent. WVM. HAMILTON & C...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Live Stock Report. TRARALGON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Live Stock Rleport. Tn.oAi.ooN, Monday. Messrs A. JIPLan and Co. report:-WeV varded 900 head cattlo, 475 sheep, and 61 pigs ; prices were somewhat easier, but most lots were sold with satisfaction to the vendors. We sold fat bullocks, £G 5s to £8 ; fat cows, £4 to £612s Gd ; fat heifers, £i3 lO to £4 10s; cows £3 to £4 7T; heifers £2 2s to £4 s ; steers £2 2s to £3 tls ; bullocks £4 lis to £5 s GJd ; spring ers £?- 15s to £6 2s Gd ; calves £1 10s to £1 13s ; sheep, 1 draft 150 at Gs 9d ; 1 draft 25 at 5s 9d. Pigs Gs to £1 19s. Marriage, Orr uand Co. report that thougtt it was dusk when our turn came to sell, there were a lhandful of good buyers who followed our bell, and we .succeteded in placing all lots yarded, except one, in most cases up to and over ownler' reserves. Prices.-Forward young bullocks, LI 15s to L5 12s Gd; steers, L2 12s tad to 1.3 tIs half-fat cows (small), I."L 7s Gd to 1, 1,4 l calves and vcalers, 1t1 1os to 1.2 8a springers, L4 4Is to L4 lcsi ; miilklrs to L7; h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Did She Wait Because She Loved Me. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Did She Wait Because She Loved Mle. I was young; the world before me ; None to help, and all to win ; And the shadows were still o'er me Of the sorrows that had been; For my eyes were used to weeping; I my pain could not forget; All I loved in death were sleeping When I met you, Margaret. Like an angel's was yourbeauty y; 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 then and are you yet Nay, my darling, do not chide me ; 'Tis not flattery, Margaret. And you said: "Life worth the living Must be earnestrstrog and true ;" And you smiled, my sentence giving, Sending me away from you. " Go and prove your worth," you told me; And I saw your eyes were wet ; But those tearful eyes controlled me,. And I left you, Margaret. And I said, my tears near starling;. "There is one whom I adore Dare I hope our wenry parting Shall not be forever more 1 Will she wait until I prove her That true love can ne'er forget...

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Fatal Accident at Berwick. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Fatal Accident at-fBerwick. .. -o (FIeO A. CORnESPONDENT.) A fatalnaccident happened to G. Brown,. junr., of Betwick. 'ThX deceased missed the 6.50 train Beaconslield, and started to walk along the line to Berwiok.. Not ar riving hoeno a search was mrade,-when his body woo found about a quarter of a mile from . ltenconelieob Station, and from. the marks on., Is head, itvwould appear that he had been struck by teo.WVarregul train.that leaves Berwick at 8 p.m. Mr Brown was well-known, as he was a native of thoe dis trict, and a prouinont.feotballer. Another accident of. a similar. name1 occlrred the sa1me day abolut half a .mile .from Nar Nar Goon.orailway station. Upon arrival, of the 5.30 t.linj;tha?.driver reported hIe had run over somethlling, which he thought to hiave been It horse.. When an illsection was made it proved, to he tihe body of. a rman,. who was . soeen to . b wanlldering about thle lite waith his armn badly bruised. He was perfectly sober, but did not: seem0 to be o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

1tMedical. IIEALTHI FOR ALLI HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND .OINTMENT. THE PILLS Purify the Blood, Correct all Disorders of tih LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEY AND BOWELS. THEY invigorate and restoro to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are in all Complaints incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the aged they are are priceless. TILE OINTMENT Is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism. For disorders of :the Chest it he no equal. For Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Glandular Swellings, and all Skin Diseases it has no rival ; and for contracted and stiff joints it acts like a charm. Manufactured only at Thomas Holloway's Estalblshmont. 78. Noew Oxford Street (late 533, Oxford street,) London. Purchasers should look to the Label on the Pots and Boxes. If the address is not 533, Oxford Street, London, they are spurious. John Brinsmnead AND SON'S CELEBIRATED ENGLISH PIANOS. As Supplied by Her Majesty the Q...

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The Colliery Explosion in Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

The Colliery Explosion in Scotland. Furtlher particulars have been received concerning the explosion of firo-danmp which took place on Saturday at Ubston Colliery, near Glasgow, by whlich 70 miners were killed. The evidlnce so far obtained sl. ports the views that the explosion was tihe result of carelessness on the part of miners, as matches and keys caable of josning the lamps ured in 11 colliery wore fonald on Sone of tihe bediem which h:love be, re ca(CO~C'i

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MEETING AT HAZELWOOD. BENNETT'S CREEK STATE SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

EIEETINIG AT IIAZELWOOD. ---o BENNETT'O CREKK STATE SCIOOr. A number of the residents interested in the removal of the Bennett's Creek State School, met Mr. llepburn-I-l spector of State Schools, at Hazelwood Soutlh State School yesterday. There were present in favor of its remroval Messrs. D. Shaw, T. Biles, T. Watson, J. F'lewin, J. Blair, E. Ilentchell, T. Gooding, W. Marshall, ,I. M lnoes,. D. Dunbar, and G. Bond, supported by one or two bachelors. In favor of retaining the school in its pre sont site, there were present-Messrs. Bolding, Geale, T. Mackay, Daly, Cot terell,'Howe,l, Cook, Nortb.way, Max well, and M'Donald. The meeting was far from orderly, and our reporter at times experienced no little difficulty to hear what each one had to say. So far as he. could learn those in favor of having te .State School remain in its present site were-able to back up their claim by showing a roll of 33 children of present school. ages, as against 25. of the . opposition party, whilst bo...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Boys' Column. How the Czar Aroused a Sleeper. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Sop9' Column. How the Czar Aroase4'a Sleeper. " The hardest bit of work I ever did in my life," said Colonel B-, as we sat together over our samovar (tea.urn) in a little post. house on the shoulder of Mount Kanzbak,half. way across the Central Caucases, " was bring ing despatches from the Crimea to the Czar Nikolai Pavlovitch (Nicholas, son of Paul) in January, 1885. It wos no joke being in the army then, I can tell you ; for the Emperor and those who were under him made no allowance for bad weather or bad roads, want of food and transport, sickness, or any thing of that sort. When an order was given, you had to obey it somehow, and if you couldn't, so much the worse for you. " Of course there were no railways in southern Russia then, or we wouldn't have lost so many men in our march to Sebastopol and for more than a week I was flying over the snowday rnd night in a sledge as if a pack of wolves were after me-as they were by-the-bye, once or twice during the voynge. You've been acr...

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Mr. J. S. Algie at Hazelwood. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Mr. J. S. Algie at Hazelwood. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER.) Sir,--I was much pleased with the common-sense tone of your leading ar- ticle. I heartily agree with you in the sentiments you have expressed "re" re-   ligious controversy and disputancy. The best results are not attained by argumenta- tive discourses, and another thing when anniversary celebrations take place, I think it shows very bad taste to meddle with passages which finite minds cannot grapple with, some of which must remain veiled until the light of heaven dispels the mists by lifting up the curtain. A young preacher especially should be very careful how he handles Divine truth. A writer says:---" The Bible yields its trea-     sures to none but the loving and humble." I really fail to see where the lovability or humility is in orations which have a ten- dency to stir up strife, and bring religion into contempt. Further, I would not avowedly charge Mr. Algie with p...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

TO-MORROW'S SERVICES.       WESLYEYAN CHURCH.-Divine services will be held next Sunday as under:- Morwell, 11 a.m., Driffeld, 2,30 p.m., Mee, 7 pm., Mr. Algie. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-Divine Service will be held next Sunday as follows: Morwell, 11 a.m., S. School, 3 p.m., Morwell, 7 p.m. Mr. E. Edwards.

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The Boolara Coal Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

T'1?. l?ohila'. C O ,l ininii Cj:mpa:ny. ---o---- A scp,?hil mieetin of the lhar,:ho!, "r+ . f tha i,:oarln Coal Company w h b :idt the olice, Ct.llini s trect wi.t, ai llM onda:l , fir the pur?,p;e "f ruc?.ivin the raa rt ," AMr. - JaTmes P'eawo, who has r,:,.ntly Ibi a-eo lo?an i-m'ectin the [mroi t- a r, m om " a ., aha-aof -ividin the diretors al t,,their fn tl?o opir;i tina . a ''hra was m a faa r attn:,ld ance of thos, ?interested. anld ih,- chair ":a: ',wccui&d by Mir. .1- A. Kar. T'Io," ir?"..,t ,f Mr.-,' .%e s;atet hd that Ihe t :t ll.. I: ,l- " favor:a ly a ituated aam ret ar:-t. I.,: t a i pamrly aaarataali, e l:,. ,nt ,. t " ;,-;, t d ly ;llm ac?:nltim l,,l .dtl.'.r it:, Ti : ,,tit .-, ma'r siehl flea 1?2,)12m to I :ai 1-mm- -t m ,a ..F ; : .,r tlo . Mr. Iame c,)lne, l ,+aks+ hi stating, that dulrinl, hi,4 _; %narn; , p riuttl in oll a ininr , hm,+ w l net "r r lon : h ?I . r show .f,,r .o.btaining c.nal, whih .:.,, , olt i n, at e railway tr0 ckI amt a .; t, ?; ...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

(To TtE. EDITOt OF TOE aloItWE.t. A trVRTttREe. ;it-,-1 must again trouble you to insert -a few lines, in reply to Soiscrihbr, wholse .letter ali?.'arod in your issue of last week. lie says--" Atgunentative discourses are not calculated to produce tile best results." I amo of the saine opinion, and always have beetn careoul to avoid such a style of preaching: But, as regards mteddling with " passige. of scripture which finite milnds cannot gr lplle with,". I tmaintaiu, Sir, that I amt guilty of no such thing. I firmtly helieve that there are rnmny portions of tscripture hard to be understood, and which weo tma never fully understand it this life, but I tiadlo mnrtio?r of ton such passages duringr the delivery of tmy address. 1 hold with tite writer who sayoe: "The Bible ,yielis its treasures, to notne but the loving aIl htnu.ble," and in the path of humlility do I cdesitn at all times to tread. But, does it neeessarily follow thata humblo follower of Christ shoild becorle a cowrard ...

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

Topics of the Ily. Sosm consternation has been created imotlngst mlanttv of the country munici palities in connection witha report which has gained currencythatthe Government had decided to introduce a change in the method of distributing the municipal subsidy. A large deputation waited upon the Precmieryesterday with reference to the matter, representing those shires which receive a subsidy from the Govern mnent on thie basis of £3 for every £1 raised locally. Mlany members of Parliament accompanied the deputation, which was introduced by Mr. A. Harris, H. L. A., who said that the outlying shire councils interested desired to protest aga inst any reduction of the basis on which the Government subsidy was distributed. Altogether 15 shires were included in tile schedule under which a subsidy of £:: was allotted for every £1 raised keally. Malty of these local bodies had been induced to under takethe supervision of outlying territories on the distinct promise that they would receive t...

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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

('iO THI'E IDIi'roi MOtiRWELI ADVERTItEIti.) Sist,-Glianting over the letter of Old Itsislllatl iii your issue of the .lth inst., I -oservod, among his so-called contradic tions of scripture, the fllowitigl:--"Ut of the itlouth of lUthe Ždislt Iligh procedertl nlotevil and good." "' 1 makl leact atul create evil." I think, Ithat if Uld Ilushlittln wounlil iitalo use of his rollective facultics, anld analyse these stiateno:ts, ltoe oIu tld lerceive that they are 'not coradictionws, butblisuilti truths. "Out uf thie Itouth of tie Mlost High piroceedtetlh tot evil and gaud," is accepted by Ul ilishman as his alliirtiative lproposition, mut so there re tmiaills oinly the Lltrdictionl to anitswer. The 'rolietllt Jeremiath declares that " Godi stpeuakoth not evil iandl good," in the so hstyled contradiction, '" h'sod declares I niake peace and create evil." In seriptural lal glage, evil and sin areo shosnt'ei u usCtertis. :in i.i the transgrtsisin oif Ciid l\v ; without the lasew there co...

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EXECUTION AT BRISBANE. CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

EXECJUTIOSN AT BIIISIANE. CONFESSION OP 1'I1E ITURDEREIR. IlnlRnA1-t, Moondy. The condemned man Chrirtlopher P'ickford, was execated at Biribane gaol thia morning, l[is writtenl conffesion wans )prot?ted yester day to theo clergyman, and puhlishedt to-day. lie declared that he committed the ulunder of Martin Emmeismon, at Havonawood Juac tion, on the 20th February. Drink alone ass the cause of his crlme. The condomnmed mai e art him fate with qurit r.?ilfatini. Tire ur n, n' ?nr. I hilt-, Insii ,tincciii ? 1]a t.a1.

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