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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 July 1887

Hotel.Notices. MO It, WELL F!AM ILY O TEL. ;Late '.f.- the Cricketers' :Hotel SEGS t1 iiforni' his, nrroarus Friends and the Public Gsneisra that hdb :hs Purchsed -, the aboeowell-known Hostelry, afi''lias thoroughl Ryleovatdd~ d illnewly Fur .bnidicciitTl'roiglnet, He aow offer FIRST-CLASS ACOOMIObDATIONfcr.TrveUlers, FIRST:CLASS .'ALCOCK'S BILLIARD. 'TABLE ý:WINS `AND SPIRITS 0OF TIHN BEST 'PROCUBAIiLE i:BRANDS. MORSES AN'D :BUQGOES "ON :IRISE. I GRASS PADDOOKS FOR CUSTOMERS' :HORSES ONLY. SIT'ABI3TNG AiND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE 'CLUB HOTEL. EEDMU ND KELZZLET E R, PRO RREE O R . 'IRST-CLASS 'ACCOMMODATION ' FOR 'VISITORS - AND'OOM '`MERCIAI; TRAVELLERS. 'A1"Spirits,.Wines, and 'Alas,- of the Choicest: Brands. ,G OODSTABLING. r .GOOD'PADDOC'S. ',Buggios anid Saddle H.Iorses 'Always obtailntblv on' Hire. CRICKETFERS' .ARMS HOTEL, M'0' VW i.L L, ---:o;- SHENur iBraLe, 1Trap etor. '1 ?AVIN0 jest purchnsed this fanmous htotel, Which for corifort and order all'otheere`?el ; My Patrons wil...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESSRS. R. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO'S LIMITED MONTHLY WOOL REPORT. Tuesday, 28th June. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 July 1887

MESSRS. R. GOLDSIOIUGTI AND COs LIMITED MONTIILY WOOL REPORT: Tuesday, 28th June. Wool.-There has not been much business done in this market during the last mronth, the total number of bales offered at auction t being 600, out of which 510 bales have been sold. Toe catalognes comprised the usual oddments of greasy and parcels of country Scoured to be lmet with during the winter period. All lots, however, have met with excellent competition, scoured wools 'moro especially liaviig been ill good deuma i, and I tile prices ruling lanst month ihavo been fully nmaiutirled. The present series of colonial woul sales opened in London on the 7th ult., and prices as compared with the closing rates of the April sales, showed a falling off ; crossbreds were ld to td per lb lower ; scoured Id lower ; and merino generally ruled in favor of buyers. As the sales progressel, swe learn with satisfaction that comipetition has become keener, owing largely to the Ameri can demand, and the -market has, in...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial News. Live Stock Report. SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 July 1887

Live Stock lehport. SALt. -lesrs. Little and Ilorthwieck report :-Fat eattle--Inferior easier, good and prime at late rates. We soldd goot cows Li to 1, 2s id; inferior, LI 15a to L Ss; heifers, 1,4 10s to 15 IUs ; bullocks, L7 to Li7 s; d ; small green inferior sorts, Gi 17is d to Li I2s Gld ; vatlers LI s to LI. Store cattle Not many forward in the various markets, bidding dull, and prices much the same ais last week. At Ilaftra our yards fairly well th filled, and mostly cleared at quotations. be Bullocks, Lts 18s to L5 Is ; cows. L3 S to so,, L3 19S; forward condition to LI 2s ; 3-yr. od heifers. L2 18s to Li 10 ; :3-yrs. steers, t:3 lis to L3 Ids ; 11 mos. steers and heifers, L1 15s to L_' 5s ; working bullocks ek 7 its. At At Sale, very few forward, and prices about as the same as previous day. At tBairnsdale, tj, we sold 300 bullocks and cows at quota- it tions. Sheep-at-lts selling well, stores not so brisk. ligs-Good demasnd. not many o forwarnt. llorses-Demand little bitte...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Mohammedan Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 July 1887

- 3 ,li;ulamtieil;i Fe.stival. --0- The " lde," or festive celebratlion lo iI. couinII'ieIncemnt of thie nmionlli Sliawal, ,imteiatly .iice-edinlg [Riinialdan, or llinti's falst, lws cornim emorated on iaturdaly mnornlig. last by nil open-air sli.,ions service in tilhe IDomain grounds, Ia unmliuber of 3[ohliaiiiedlan residents, vli must-'er',! :ibIut three score and ten trong, midl dtlilsosed tlihemiiselves in liv rins tihe grass, their priest, Molhaln Hiek Sall stadiling i flrollt, :and Abd-ul Keirlm, thet principal native Indian iner clantt ill the city, in the centre of tile row. Thle groupl of Afghans and lBen mle.-o, stnltinig sliocless on tile wet rouiul, iliuleiled of their outer gar muents, i.ulile'd:a strikiig and picturesque displ:-, their lduky faces taillding out in strong enlllraist to the snowy linen in which they were enveloped. Tile first potion of theo service consisted of a litany clllted by ths priest with pros tratiins iby the whole congregation. After its teruii...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Disease Germs in Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

liscasc .terms tin ,lilo.. 'it is a well recagnized fnact" tht the , mother who is nursing her child is obliged * to be careful about her diet.l for whatever she eats or drinks has its effect upon her milk, and consequently upon the health' of her child. 'The most acute symptoms, and. -oven death, may be produced by dietary in discretion. But it is less appreciated that similarly alarming results may be prodliced In both children and ardults by the use of milk taken from improperly fed-t cattle. There have recently been a number of mys terious poisoning cases, that after a great * deal of random speculation have finally'been traced to diseased milk. In spite, however, of these warnines, the subject has not yet received the sanitary bttention to ic:ich it is entitled. PirtiduldrlY is the dhrger of such contamination creat in the neighborhood of greatcities, where the alsence of wholesome Spasturage is a temptation to the less scrupu lous tosubstitute all grades , of organic re fuse, ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Inexpensive Sofa Pillows. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

InlexDcnsire Sofa F'llows. .sofa pillows that are intended merely for ornament may be sttffed with clrled hair or excelsior, but it is desirable to have ferathcr cushions for use. Pongee, emnrroidered with various designs i wtash silks, can bo readily cleansed. A pafttrsetyle of eovering can beo formed like a bag. the oplning tied up with •a large bow of ribbon. This case can be slipped off to be sent to. the la:,udrv when soiled, and replaced afterwardn withiout any of the bother incident upon the retmoval of a Cover.ag that b?s to be ripped to ptieres 'before asahiag and stitchuel together. snin when elu?A. For n eoontrr heo?e a'liherral spply of cashions is almost inf?tnensable. Ty,. cou-. ,vert ordinary and rather stiff straw and wooden-settees into luxurious divans, an.d are essential to the thorough rease of honlmocsh. They soften acc lptably piazza steps n:od h,at seats to limbs woeary from teItni or oiig tramps, andl add an item of emfort to pinc?o and teas. For these perpoe...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Terror of Haunted Locomotives. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Terror of H;aaunteod I.ocomsotivces. Locooersave engineers are almost. if not alto tgether, as superstitious in regard to haunted locomotives as sailors are in regard to haunted ships, nays the Tribune. About ten years ago the engine Matt M,~agan blew up while stand ing on the track of the Shore Line road near the station in Providerce, It. I., killing the engineer. The engine wa se obequentl7 re. built and put on the road. On tie tieet trip that she made after being rebu'ilt she went tearing into Providence in the night v.ith the train swinging behind, ard the sleeping town echoing to the shrill whistle. On appraoeh 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 fa.t. When the station was reached the ghost dis. appeared, and the engineer stopped the train s eme distance beyond. At least, this is what the engineer tells. Masny people have not forgotten the teribl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Lady Douglas Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Lady Dothulars Tragedy. The following details respecting the murder of a Malay sailor on boardn the barque Laldy Douglas, fur which the captain. two, mates and a sewanan have, as we rucenrtly learned by cable from our london corrlw-jrpondento, boll sentencedl to death, are taken from, our lateot English files: At the Thames Porlice Court, on the 2.Ith May, .Iamnes Cocks. master rariner ; Edwin William Groase, chief mate : James Gleaves sscond liate ; and John William Webster, seaman, were charged. on remandl, with being concerned together in causing the death of one Hassin, a Malay neasons, en 23rdr April, 1887, on iboardl the British harque, Lady Douglas, on the high seas, between Shark'a Bay Englarndl, within the jurisdiction of the British Admirality. Mr. Mead, barrisatr, pIrosecuted for tile Traeasury. Peter King, ship'* steward and cook of the Lady )ouglas, of london, said she sailed to Frnmantle, and they subasequently took on hboard two Malays at Gaacoyne, Western Australia. ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1887. STATE EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Sl rLflit ' l rtistr.' of i-OX POP ULI. L, (I'UBI.ISTIEI) EVEIY SATUIL)AY). m SATUIRDAY, JULY 9, 18h7. MU I'lATE EDUCATION. fl -----+----- L, Tun Victorian system of State educea tion, based on free, compulsory and Q secular principles, has taken firm root in the public mind. So jealously do the people regard this - splendid enactment, that the question of the full value of the b work performed is likely to be lost sight of by reason of the cry that the Educa tion Act is in danger. It would be a wholly undesirable that the principles upon which the Act is based should be in the smallest degree endangered, but the possession of the Act, because it embodies these principles, does not ne cessarily prove that it is the sacme of perfection, nor lead to the assumption that Victoria is in this respect without compeer. Mr Panton, P.M., when hearing some cases of truancy on Wed nesday last, remarked to a woman, who said she was compelled to keep her son at home, " That she was depriving her ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Technological and Industrial Instruction. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Techiologleal and Industrial In struction. The report for 1881; of the proceedings of the Royal Commission for promoting Teeh nological and Industrial Instrnuction was presented to Parliament on Thursday last. The manner in which the Commissionors propose to disburse the grant states the "Ago'" is as follows : (a) By refurnishing. the local and pro. vincial schools with suitable scientific ap paratus and models of objects of artistic ex cellence, end by replacing the models, casts, prints, &c.. at present in use by others of msore modern value. (b) By training of students in the correct principles of seience and art as applied by to the manufacturing industries of the colony. (c) By instituting a thorough system of inspection and control over the schools and the work done in them, by the officers of t-o commission, who would also assist in prepar ing for the South Kensington examinations and superintend the local examinations as well as direct the course of study for them. T...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

CUR E.NT NEWS. DIAMOND DRILL OPERATIONS.-The re. port of the foreman of the diamond drill at Moondarra is as follows:-"Commenced boring on Saturday last. Passed through 71ft 6in of decomposed basalt; 8ft of broken rock. Depth of bore 79ft 6in." At Mirboo the drill has attained a depth of 407 feet, after passing through 300ft of basalt. The drill is now in coal measures, and great in terest is displayed in the outcome, as it is generally understood we are on the eve of a mostaimportnnt discovery ragarding the car bonaceous area of 3firboo. FATAL STABISNG AFFRAY.--Lnt Thorn day's "Age" gives the following particulars vi of a serious affray, that occurred in Little Ionedale street, termiuating in the death of one of the persons engaged in it. Two young men, named Henry Legg and James Reddan, were the principal combatants. They were surrouuded during their drunken quarrel by several others, all more or leas under the in fluence of liquor. By his own account Logg was attacked outside the...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

CHIT COAT. Been Poolied I was the reply vouchsafed by a lachrymose looking gentleman in an swer to the interrogatory of anotherwhat the matter was. This unp easant operation did not not soom to be confined to the one individual, for others seem to be interested in the game-"swindle" is the term better known to sporting young men. Apropon of tbis, a well-known resident, ehowing his book toan acquaintance in the street remarked : "Those bills represent olme fair transactions, and everyone on em 'epout." Fancy the deep look of chag rio This colntenanee would depict, when he, too, found hle had been " Poolisd." A subscriber suggests that information should be sent to the "Gippeland Mercury' to correct the impression, that the Traral gun papers are not local to Morwell. It would certainly be a pity, if this idea would be allowed to be entertained by our contemporary, otherwise Traralgoa "Jim" might idluce the belief, that there-were not sufficient provisions left from the chillren's Jubi...

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Manifest. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Manifes.t. Pinrraes :--TcupeJIou], Cr-dnw'eU Henry Gordon, Taylor, Uonnc~sY, llowlctt, McKinnon, Wne1an, Goods-Wnoodn, Sterpdn3, Donnaldsn, Kinder, Bile, SA rage, Ilelher. Cornell, Tnlloch, Brown.

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WALHALLA. 29th June. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

WALIIALLA. (From our owe Correnorndent.) 29th June. A murderous aseult was perpetrated by an Italian named Bas?nili, on another uamed James Rinaldi, at a late hour on Saturday, 25th June. It seems that Baeanili has been deranged in' mind for some time, and for the past two or three weeks has been getting worse. On the day mentioned above, Rineldi and .another" ceontryman, went to the hut of this mad man, which is sitnated about four miles from Walhella, with the intention of re maining until Monday, and then taking him to Rallarat to his brother, and allow him to choose the bent meajnto have him taken care of. They arrived at the hut about 9 o'clock p.m., and were gladly re oeived by Basinili, who, after preparing supper and disposing nt it. eat quietly down by the fire, and talked for two heors about homo and their boyhood. About 12 o'clock Bsannili went out to get some fire wood. No notice was taken of him an he had brought in wood several times dulring the evening, but this time ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Auctionrcc.'sA .dres.?. STOC?K STATION AND COMMISSION AGENT' M, ELBOUINE AND WARRAGUL A UCTION Sales conducted in any part of Gi psland regularly every Satur day fortnight at our yards, Buln Buln, and Monday fortnight at our Yards, Morwell, anil monthly at Warragul, Drouin and Poc w 'g, and at the Melbourne Corporation Yards, Newmarket, every weekL . VALUATIONS MADE [MONEY TO LEND. 1a LARG] 011 SMALL SUMS ON PItIE HOLD OR LEARSIIOLD IIUaM Orrtc: 70 Queen street, Melbourne. PUBLIC NOTICB. A BlRANC 07 0o8v 3Svln?ES HAS 13i3N WSTABLISIIRD AT eot'e thoyal RHob?, Wasragal, under the MANAGEMENT Or Yr. Charles tousada Wgym Hamilton & co0, 70 Queen street, Melbourne. MORWELL MARKET. MONDAY, JULY 4, 1887. W h . HAMILTON & CO. will hold their neasdl Fortnightly Sale at Morwell. en Monday, July 4th, 1887, when they will offer : Cattle, Horses, &e. N.B.-Our rates for comnm'lsiic :are selling, 2) per cent; giarantee, 2* per tent. WHL HAMILTON & Co. ,0 Queen-street...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Topics of the Jay. Tus Minister of Public Instruction states that the Cabinet will give full at tention to the views of the Unde nouminational League, which waited on the Governor on Saturday last, and urged that the Education Act was passed in direct violation of the consti tution and of an express Parliamentary standing standing order. Mr. Pearson remarks that when the Governor trans mits to the Cabinet the protest lodged by the league Ministers will give the matter every consideration. But at the same time he points out that there are so many educational leagues in exis tence, representing different shades of opinion, that it will be impossible for the Government to take any action which will give satisfaction all round. Mr Pearson adds that if any person thinks the act illegally enforced, and the Governmont decides-to take cogni zance of the contention, the individual feeling himself. aggrieved has a remedy in his own hand-nnmely appealing to the upreom Court. The Undenomi natio...

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Terrible Confession of a Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

Terrible Coufessien of a Boy. A year ago J. W. Bells, a farmer living near Erie, Kansas, and his whole family excepting one son, Willie, a boy 16 years old were found murdered, their heads been crushed and their throats cut. Willie was found to be covered with blood from head to foot. He was accordingly arrested, charged with the crime, and at the July term of the District Court in 1886 was tried, convicted of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be hanged, and, in conformity to the laws of that State, is now in the penitentiary awaiting the signature of the Governor to the death warrant. After considerable urging by his guardian, Willie confessed the crime." His statement is in sabstaneC as follows:-Mother and sister Ina had gone to bed. Father, Waty, and I were still up when the calves got out and came up around the house. Waty sat at the table reading, and father had just taken his coat and pants off to go to bed, and told Waty to go and put the c.lres up. He said, ~Let W...

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BONNIE MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

tslONywa MO?W=TL. 'Come good folk. and I'll ling you a san, It shill be.d?the town where 7you dwell.; 'ooubo?Ild never get eldk oa go wrong Yin thie'blythe little ownof Mo.wall 'To fnd-it you trardl'dne west, .And ,r'llow tbh 'sead jut beyond,' Whioa. in summer l seen at its beot, Th6' nw :admost a dloegh f despond. *Theaontractons-have made a miastake, ;For their culvert s laedn abill, '"ow we wade through a miniature lake, .And dtmud we may al dtakeouet AIL Encircled by:hillsot dark blue, it is esndlya haven of rest, .All its people seem honest ann true, 'Work and alay with the same hearty sest. Much physic I'm sure they don't me, .And in jewels they deal net at all, Feor too ?ueh of the first is abuse, .And the second hbut makes es look oma*1. Tach Tuesday just seems like a Lair, Then the butter iusent by thetrain, Heatly packed with te greatest of care, It i? brought in by buggy or wain. O)f their loyalty I've not adoubt - Tho':talel I was not therqo see ; Cruel date that day sh...

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Original Poetry. ALL ALONE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

aLL IALOM. .Wll.dlnne'tn weodlanillreay, No congeiael iprit near me, No!bright eulle tooeheer -me .bhome, .A11 alone, alltlone. All alnne on time's rough w.re, 'Tailin Jibe a galey siave, Tetlbope. that ever blooming rones 'Cling. to me though . alane. .AlI dlene the die ineset, A pilgrim is- this forest vast, ed -something whispers through 'he grovoe :ear year burden, all aloee. .ll alone I sing'in vain, Weary thoughts will .crowd my brain, "While Sorest wlth.Tier dismal"mesa, .Reminds me that Tm ill eleas. Yet all alone, ' love to'gase, On Nature'n grandeur:, and gi?e praise, ,To thepirit , .that contrel, All alone, al ilone. gI. C.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887

LEWTERS T THE DITOR. TO CORIIRESPONDENTS. iCOur column, are alwaoy open to the ipblic for expression of .opinion, pro rided the correspondence is temperate in character ; but we .ish it to be dis tinctl munderstood that we do ,ot idelntify ourhelves with the opinions therein repressed.]

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