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Queen's Jubilee. DEMONSTRATION ARRANGEMENTS AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887
Queen's Jubilee. DEMONSTRATION ARRANGEMENTS AT MORWELL. The central committee of the Jubilee demonstration met at Yarragon os Wed nesday last: There was a good attendance including a delegate from Morwell. Thlrs day 30th. Tune was fixed for the, demon stration. It was decided that local sub cornilittees should be established in centres of population in the Shires of Narracan, Warragul, and Traralgon to mtake all ar rangements witth r gard to, the.deronstra tion. The whole of tile children from alit schools from W\\arragul to. Rosedale, and includfag Ileyfield to Malffr were to.be Invited to attend. These cltiblren-together with their teachers and caretakers--would be enabled to. travel free. by' special trains. To each-school a banneris, to be presented which: will become tlhe. exclusive property of tiho-school, andml to each child will be given a, medal commemorative of thile oc casion: Upon arrival" at Morwell" railway station, a procession will' be formed: and maurlced'to the sho...
(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887
(TO' TI? elI)TOu..v- lr.oU.? iAnVlil, AD l/TII4.) ; Slt.-Tri your Satlrdav' isue.I. ?bserved - ratheor a lengthy epistlo:.bv AMr. Algie, als . one by Old llushiuan. With yuar kind l permission,.I will 'firstly address a few re marks to the latter. 'lairnagee little dog Pincher, may have come olf second best, and it is quito evident that that Old Bushan is in the samen category, for after attacking Mr. Algie -with no legitimate results, I?e qtt .tlhe -Bceno,. and :immediately opens firo'oinSiibscriher,. He accuses Subscriber of making a grab at the apple of discord eo has sttepped beyond his marki and got into the mire. He mast admit tthat. h graspedlmt)le tempting bailt hefoio Sub scriber had a chance. Had it not been for this n rash' attempt your valuable columns would have - been saved. from . the contameinations of jealonsy,-plagiaristn, and sour apples, the latter of tvhich Old BuIsh ean appears to be very fetid of,r Tl''o ve nerabhl Theologian in a had log.iciah., It is one thl...
Government Gazette Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887
,Cvern Ili4t Gazette Extracts. Henry Ogle Moore appointed Surgeon, Mlointl' IRiltleHs ,Bessi Starko evico M. A. 1uinp+ol (re signed), appoifnedl Deoplly-lteiislor iirtlh anl Deatls at Trarlegon. Gold Mlining I.cases dItclarct void ' ho. 7i9, 30oa, Stringer's Creek. Mineral Il!aRso dcchtrei voli(-No. 7444 7blt 3r I p, Toonngabl i. Arrivalo by sea ??diring A ril 8, 71. Dopartilreo ,ly silt doring Apri) 7. 423. Qecor's ,lieilce Exctrsrion farel. 'ickets will be issouedl Iby all ordinary truius on slaltOoSf (exeeldt suburbtin), available for rattorlor I 1, I2 n iil 8 iniqslUisiv. 'l'e goode shed at all litlliol ilt be eli i..I onl Friday 2s lt Jule, bII )orrang Inelgmt willl be I Uad.e to diiY er Iori bl. G' veorrnnt land sales. Biirnsldale, 29th J.ne : losedale, 24th11 Jne; Traralgon, 30th Jolne. 3I(eserve of 3,800 bloclks, 69 n1d 73A, anl 7Vin, Stradblrok. Aj jpii ,'tiO t, fir lase of "h'l: Dil - F11 11, Sro uth, apiroyt if l ii.
Morwell Jubiler Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
-.lorwell Jubilee Celeh l tniol. In our columns will Ire seeon :a nIothl that a local onntittte m,.eeting will le held oiln Monlda next, at i.Ii) p.m. It is hopel that a full attendance of the conriitte,' an 1 all intereste I in the cel brati,n on on Thurstda next will at tend. Various sual. 'ttirtittroee for tlt.r successful compl.tin ?t f the ptro grarmme hIas b1c app-ilitt11l. viz :-A reception comastnrte , whoit thmos:e o: it will be to receive the children at the Railway station, marshall theme, keep the respective schlols in the position allotted to thern, and distribute thle i:i'. A ladies' cnltnittes. To appoint ") ladies, who will superintelil dec:rartoin, make rosettes, make necessary arrange ments to have the erat?blea etc.. pro vided, in right' tmttlan?-r at the proper time, and affix medals on thecthildrn,. and generally arrange a division of labor. A Flag Committee. Whose dnty it will be to erect flags, anl assist the. ladies in the decoration of the grouanl. A Sports ...
A Cultivated Virago. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
A Cultivateid Virag,'o. .o. eMiss EIieanor Johnson, of Oaklan ?, the rcepesentativce of the junior class in lhe local univeriit'. , chose for the topic of atit essay, "A cultivated virago." She sa l: "(:all a wuc'itilll today virago andl she will haully feel comilplitcented, but the. term posessel a faernobier iianing in the tlayv of the Italian re'nais:?ance. It lwas applied to Italian women of culture an, iolinetoent, and was aI title piurey of honor and respect. '['llee Lwre ianny of these viragoes, so called, in Italy at that timel, for ~1icen receiedl tile same eoduca tio its iler.. a:hords, recognising the fact that an educatioil wias tchl best gift they coutll bestow upon their chihiren, wcished their daughlters to be cndowled with it as well as their sons ; aml by this education wollenlci.s weoll as cItn, ae quired an entire and characteristic per soulloity, and were perfecled bIy a colll plete intellectual: developtnet. T'here was no discussion of wocimen's rights or the em...
Agricultural Walks and Talks. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Agricultural Walks and Talks. (BY CLODeItOPPER,) No. 1. Leaving the neighboring town of T- - I face the road towards the west. The drizzle drizzle of the rain daey after day, day after day, for nearly a fortnight, has given the thought, that my pedestrinl tour will be likely productive of little comfort. My mind is made up, however, and away I start in the face of a sleety shuower--lriven by a wind from the west-a precursor, I think, of the remainder of wlhat appears to be in store for me ; so, with beot head, I start-prepared to trudge on to my destination. I had been re galed with conversational topics, all having the one bearing all through my journey from lairnsdale to HIeyfleld, the text of which was mud ! and rmany were-the experiences vouch. sated to me by " Ye ancient dwellers in Gippsland," when they heard of my deter. mination. 1 really thought I was Quixotic to venture on the tour, but " Nil Desperasn duam" is my motto, nud, although I confess to a tremor of nervous appre...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
TO -MO1IROW ? SERVICES.. PIrESXYTRIsRIAN jIcflRCr.--)ivUine =.ervi~e will be held next Sunday as follows: Latrobe (Tom'a Bridge) 11 an., Iazel wod Northl, 2;30 p.m..; Morwell, 7 p.n., leyv. J. Algio. (:llicCll oF ENIc,Asn.--Divino Service will be Iheld~next Sunday as follows : Yinnar, 11 a.m., llazelwood;. 3 p.m., Morwell' 7 p.m., Mr Edwards ; Narracan, 11 a.m., Thorpdale, 2.30 F.m.,. Mirboo North, 7 p.m., Mr:Vanston. PEnn?nYTfnneIAN CtnIccn.-Divine services will be held next SundAy as unddr: Morwell 11 a.m., Yinnar, 3 pa. ,Mr..El' dridge ; Boolara, ,7:p.m. Mr. Smithl .
A Thieves Supper. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
A Thieve.s Siupper. A select company of 150 thieres sat down to supper in Glasgow the other night. Each guest was provided with a ticket with the inscription-- - ADMIT -BHARER. to A SUPPER Of Bsoo Steak Pi' and Plum Pudding, SPECIALLY FOR TIIIEVES, On Thursday Evening, 17th February, at 6.30 o'clock, in Tolhbooth HIall, 10 High street. This Supper is only for men who have been convicted of theft.
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1887. CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
VOX P O'P UL.I'. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 1887.. CURRIIET NEWS., AN- ACCrDPNT.-An accident, fortdnately not ofa.' seorious. nature, occurred on Tulas day last: Mr. McMilln, accompanied by hlis. daughter, was driving home from 3lorwcll,. when that gentleman, had oc-: casion to touch the animal with, the whip., The.horse swerved, and brought the wheel in contact with.a stump on tlh?lide of theo road, precipitating the oceup.nts of the buggy on the road: Fortunately, both, escaped without injury'; the. buggy alone coming in for damago.. JuaL,.r.c CLr.EnATION.-A meeting, of residents was held in the Mbehanica' Inosti 'tote, yostordhy, witl reference to, the Julbilce urrangeonents. There were present, about 16 gentlemen, the chair being ocel-. pied by Mr: Murdochl. Owing to the non arrival:of the secretary of the.central com mitteci theO arrangements madneup to the present dieto-wore not known. consequently businessuwas somewaOhat retarded. A con sidorahle amouant:o...
Fearful Railway Catastrophe in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Fearful Railway. Catastrophe - in New South Wales. ---t-.-- A.terriblo accident happened" to an.orx carsion train leaving Sydney at' twenty minutes past 11 Tuesday morning forPeate's Ferry, on the Hlawkesbury River. It ap pears that-the grades on the line, which will.ultimately connect Sydney with Now, castle, are very.-: steep, and at the spot where the mishap occurred-the incline is-1 in 40 or 60 miles. Down.this.doclina the Westinghouse brake, having. become, un controllable-the train of eight- carriages and-annengine rushed at a- terrific-speed, dashing into a line of ballast trucks, used at the works in connection,with tlhe great bridge across the river. The engine was overturned into the river and the driver killed. Some of the, carriages were corn pletely anashed, and others partiallyiteles copel. Six passengers were killed, and at least 30 seriously injured. Medical atton dance was speedily procured, and a relief train.was despatcoed:frotn.Sydney to bring baok the injured. N...
CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
CHIT CHAT. Tie Warragul team will visit JMorwell to-day to play the return match at foot ball. On Tuesday last our junior team ' put through' the \Varragul juniors hand somely by scoring five goals ten behinds to one behind. The successful goal kickers being O'Flahorty, P. Keegan, Coveney, Campbell and rWaldon. After this event a scratch match was arranged and played with vigor between teams chosen on the ground, of 17 men each, resulting in a win for the side chosen by Mr D?avidson by two goals to the one scored by that chosen by Mr Foley. On the whole, however, the honors-were pretty evenly dividled. A billiard tournament is arranged to take place at Murdoch's. There are 24 entries, but the drawing has not yet taken place. A billiard matclh--best two out of three gaines is arranged between Messrs Ilickman of Mlorwell and Phillips of Warriagul, The games are to be played for £5 aside, 200 up. The first gamen will take place at Morwell on Saturday next. A sale of Mr Janmieson's furn...
NED WRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
NED WIRIGHIT (From London) Who was himself a C?nricted Berglar and Prize Fighter, will umake sonm interesting statements, and it is hoped will he able to point out a variety of ways of escape, which have already proved to eo a great blessing to others. As the nnomher is limited to 150, come earily and secure your seat. On the reverseo ide of the card was, the following intimation: Should any wish to enter the hall with out being observed, they may do so by the back door, entering, by Old Exchange court, a few doors nearer tile Cross. The convicts, real and wonld-be, had to pass under Ned Wright's review, and not a few of themon were rejected as impostors. The features of the evening were the want of liquor, the want of speeches, and a per formanco by Ned Wright's daughter on a violin once beolonging to the notorious Chas. Peace. The guests seem to have behaved thmselves satisfactorily, and tohad proper respect for the knives, forks, and spoons, as one of tile onlookers remarked at t...
SAUGE BEARNAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Reduce a gallon of strong ouop to a q?art. by long boiling, and keep it warm. Beat up the yolks of four eggs, turn them into a hot toered saucepan, whiek them, and gradually drd a pint of the reduced coup (which is, called glaze); add, while whisking, a table apoonful of vinegar strongly flavored with garlio (or, if liked, a quantity of the juice, from bruired garlis or eballots), and the jlice of a lemon. After beating the eggs etir them in the pan continually witbhawoouda spoon, and do not let the sane boll st any limo ; when emoosh, serve. A few mnshroome may be added to the Ponco if desired. The men. tion of garlic may prevent macy LCom trying this ceuca, but a trial of it will convince one that the una ;a :m?pnrfat without the fla?oz of this oderiiereas bulb.
Football. YINNAR V MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Footballl.. (ClI A:SLATEi.), YINNAR V 'MORWELL:,. The Yinnar footballers ulct.thl Morwell, mon on the ground of the latterfor a friendly game on Saturday.last. The teamns wore re-.. spectivcly captained by Fairbairn and Henry.. The Yinnar captain wone thetoss nod elected to kick.with the wind--which .wnas blowing. a light breeze in the line of play. . Thu game . started with a good kick-off.by. M'Millan to. be smartly-retnrucd by the Yinar follower,. and the game being pretty fairly confined to. the centre of the. groundfor the first five minutes, where a good piece of-- play by; Crimmins to Windlow.and a.smart rln .by. Powoll up -the wing caused the goal keeper:. to put his best leg foremost, but Crozier wase, equal to the task and relieved the dlanger by neat play thzice in rapid saceession.. Play: again became general in.the centre, rapid. exchanges taking place between. Dunaldtlon,. Crimmins, I'owell, 3M.Iillan and \\iudlow on . the one side, . and . Iopk1, s, . Carrig g; Franci...
Commercial News. Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
tarma: alull a Dtiry, Produce.. The Farmers' Co-operative Buainess- Asso ciation of Victoria Limited. We hold our usual sale of dairy produce to-day, but, as might be expected, business was of moderate extent, owing. to the holidays. Chense: Not much: alteration since last market; good demand for prime, at late rates. Potted butter: We sold a few casks of prime at 'J91:,,but for larger lines this figure is sliglitly,: over market price. Medium, 71d,; inferior still. un saleable, prime fresh potted,. 10.. Fresh butter: Moderate supply; prime selling at lK to-la 3d, a, few only higher-;. medium, 10l. Eggs-Short supply, lI l11 l" to 2s. Poultry : luyers having suppliedl thern selves before, too holidays, wore in no mood to operate today. Thloe. market therefore was fhat, and prices nominal. Clarence Pitman, Secretary, 81 Little Col lino.stroot ~West, 23rd June. The Farmers' Produce Company of Aus tralia Limited. Whoat.--Tho market is very unsettled and pricces easy, best selling froom ...
Discovery of an Illicit Whisky Still. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Iliscovery of all Illicit 1WhlsHiy Still. It has long been suspected tina an il'icit distillers of wlhisky was b.ing carried on in tihe district of Warrnantbol, and it will he recollected that a raid was madle re cntlt- upon the p:relises of a fuarmo na l..d Hoiwe at Mlepunga, a Ilace I2 miles front Wa toumbool. The search party broke intoan aoothnuse which was fiondl to be peucliarly adlapted for illicit dlstilling pulr poses. There was a well in the centers of a room, which had rrn windows?, and everything woent to show that ditillation of r"hiskyv ud been carried on, Illt the still wao not to be found. Otsilde the lbilding a horseo was found in great dis tress, adl it was evident that warning'had been given of the intoedeld raid by sonto person frotm W?arrnambool, On Tulesday last Inspector Kilfodlder and ia onsotab'o stddenlveanme on a portiont of a still under a rail fence near the susplected premises, and completely hidden by ferns. A few sards distant they foutld all the ap p...
Licensing Court at Warragul. HELD 23RD JUNE, 1887. [Before Messrs A. W. Howitt, P.M. (chairman), H. C. Staveley, P.M., and H. K. Nicholson, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Licensing Court at Warragul. IIELD 231JD JUNE, 1887. [IBefore Messrs A. W. Howitt, P.M. (chair man), II. C. Stavoley, P.M., and II. K. Nicholson, P'.M.] Several unimportant cases came for adju dicntion and were disposed of must satis factorily to the applicants. An aplication for a wine and beer license by Mr Stphiens Lof .1io was struck out as tihe Act provided that it was comlpetent to to be dealt with at the Annual Licensing Bench only. - Mr Beaver opposed this license. Police proceeded against Henry Breed on a charge of keeping a disorderly house. Mr Inspector Bluavnr appeared to prose cute, and Mr D. Gaunson for thIe defence. G. Jlonson delposed lie was police con stabile stationed at lorwell. lReimenbered the night of 16th May last. At the defen ildatt's- house heI l hoar, d a great noise, and wenit to see what it wasce about. Whllen he cale ilp hlie hard somnene say here's Johnsonl. Whllen lie was at thet bar door he saw a nulmber olf mIno-ainbout twenty. 'There were two mIna...
Just a Few Notes About Jubilee Night. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
Jlust a Few Notes About Jubilee .Night. By A C.EnCT.vrAo. As I stand on the Post Otlice Steps thire rumbles by moe for several hours a .euth ing imass of humani beings, of all sizes, ages, shapes, and conditions. Tramp, tramp, squash, squash, go their feet, as thousands of men, womoon, and children are hurried andl jostled along through the td and slushI ; and tihe colored fires, as they are flashed overy now and then from tie housetops, flicker upon the upturned sea of faces that ex tends away in every direction as far as the eve cant reach. \What a mot!oe crowd ! What a hetero genoos: mixture of tile extremely rich and of the very poor ! Stretcheid out before mie is ia crowd in which aristocrats anr",lemocratr , repil i - cans and lovalists are indiscritninatuel blended, and it worul app.ear as if for a tiime tie majority of those present had arceed to ptLt aside their various preji dlice, and had united to cetelbrto the Jubilee year of a reigrn which, in very many respects, lhas ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
v. MO R W. W\ALD)ON, Es tate andi Finiancial -gent, CiCitMERCIAaL RU.D. .Mu1 eWELI,. PROPERTIES foriale or .tO Let in all Si ae aC Gippeland. I? OI E o i lend in iarge uyr smali suns. ,yGEN~ for Coionia hnut,.al TLif. atnd . Co'tnntcianl nic .Fir. Inu?rance oitie:ieA. \...._i :.....:air3. W. . .....iit. . and C. fr. Wýilliiiar.: S eymou r PE'rgli·, $ 'UR.E Y, S OLICITOR 3 AND PROCTOR, l4i~y a s c .alted t lirdo?h'e.a?tier Tun. Uud r zhe Einaagen.in of IMi. Caltuan. agur ar t:eud nOee I.RT YT.UESDJAY. iMlr.H. B.S er: e . 'So.i.iii zor Etc. itY~AY BE CONSUlTBD at Kelleher's %. Club Hotel, ,iorwell. Yu 1oyr,cy in ain sat; advanced oil gi-,i .A-,ppasi:n? forT nland ,;onduote.l and rents odd. A pli ;on.cn toi 'ubhliea s Licenuses onducred. x-. l. RI''PS(YN, Stil'.Ul IbG ITNGINEf?It. :', Tranovavsu. .c. +",' c Y"wo:3 r , tr . lu i!,cu., Dejirt :.l i,? 'T'inae T?easE Co:,tra.ctU: Engip,:cr. ?Dn.E : - Y:-t A .;soR T?"aRA.u.,S. Norice. liUST PUBLISIED (NETW .EDITION) S.Pice One ?hilling (poe...
The Jubilee. IMMENSE CONCOURSE OF PEOPLE IN MELBOURNE. GRAND ILLUMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 25 June 1887
The Jubilee. IMMENSE CONCOURSE OF PEOPLE IN MELBOURNE. ----o GRAND ILLUMINATIONS. -o- 'Our Sovereign Lady Queen Victoria, cannot but feel a thrill of pleasure when it becomes known to her, how her right loyal namesake rejoices, and the en thusiastic manner in which that joy has beon shown. Through the length and breadth of the colony has this patriotic feeling been displayed, but the magnifi cence of the preparation in the city has exceeded anything of the kind hitherto witnessed. Scarcely a- business place but had its illumination or designs. These latter were, in most cases, of a very elagant and elaborate a character, especially was this the case in the Go vernment buildings, and some of the privote establishments were little behind them, being in many instances a bril liant blaze from the innumerable gas jets. The number of people who were present have been variously estimated, but it is generally conceded that in the streets there were lTttle short of a quarter million people. ...