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Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Ftulrll all ) Dairy IPIroiuce. M-essrs. William Alamson and Co'a \Weuly Dairy PrIIdnce report :- \We held. our: usual sale today (7th September),andl give below detailcd results of actual salest:-CJhcesLe-W\ have ex lprienced a fair demaln for primie new chaeeses, bt middling and: inferior classes are diflicult :;quit, in fact,-almost unsale able. Cnnsig-i:ii :nts havi caomec ftirward pretty liberallys.during .thli week, anil we liavo fou'ull nililliillvn iri.quitting all well -known hraflqutt current rites. Wo quote -foodI to ciri+i, inewi :ii.to Gil ; ale idiumii and olil, 3d to 4ld ; inferior lower: Ptlitted butter : N'ew lpotted Imitier'imay be qiiotud itid to 7d, but there is nothing' coming forwaMrd; old potted is still a drug on the .narett, and we have no sales to record. Fresh butter: A gonod supply reached the market, lint fortunately a few small lot were wan edl for explrt, and this eared the cmarket of surplus supplies and improved values slightly. We sold hliet dairies ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Petty Sessions. SEPTEMBER, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Petty Sessi?ns. SEnTEulltRt, 1887. lRoedale, Wednesaday 7th, at 11 n.m. Toongahhie, T'hursday ]Ith, 11 an.l.; saan monses iosucdl Fridav 2nd. Ieyliehl, Saturllday 10th, 11 a.m.; sutn tmonses issued lMonday 5th. Traralgon, Wednesday 14th andi 21th, 10 a.ln.; umllonsl s issued Friday 9th and Morwell, Wednesday 21st, 0.30 a.. ; Sntunnonsel, issued Frilay 1pth. Mloe, Satlrday 17th, 0.:30 a.ll. ; stt. monses iasned 'ilnesda.y '3tl . ?lirloo North, \V\ldnladaty 21st, 2 p.m.; sumlnouses issued Friday 11th. Warden's Court, Bloe, Saturtday 171h t a.u. I.ICENSSItN COtURT. For Ilosedule and Traralgon licensing districts at. Truraigon, .ollnday, 12th Sep telnber, 10 a.,m.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Murder at North Wangaratta. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

1I, Mllrlldlr at .or'tu Wlallgaratta. 'rThe "Age" sacs:-rThe trial of Bridget Mlpihanm fur tile mrder of her sister, Ann Callnw, at North ',ungaratta, on them th .July. was concluded before his Illno' the Chief Justice on Saturday. The hearing of the evidence was completed at 3 o clocuk. Mr. Brown, in addressing the jury on he half of the prisoner, conitndead that there was no direct evidternce to connect the p'risoner with 'the murdeor, anal that the threats made so openly by p:isnler were simplet drunken ravings. His TIntmor ad dressed the jury for nearly two hours. At the outset he informed the jury-that they could only find the prisonetr guilty of murder or fully acquit her, any diniinution heing ilmpossiile in the face of the evi llnce. Cmonnllllting iip tthea?ividnce hI said it was clear that fihe prisoner had fur imonths nursed her ill feeling against lia:r sister, that iuunediattely efore tih murder was comn itted sliheleft ita neihbour's honse with a threat to take her sist...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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VISIT OF BISHOP GOE TO TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Visir of Btistor Goe T, "AR.ttLL.ooN. After leaving Morwell by 1.30 p.m. train, the bishop proceeded to Traralgon, where or rangements nhad been mnotle for the enter tninmcent of Mfrs. Goo an i himself by a tena meeting inl the Temperance HIall. After ten the tev J. II. WVnlkhr, Incumbent. preasnted the ltishop with an address of welcome, most nrtistictallyexcnted by3rr.J. Ciampbell CE. STUI) NoTIcES.--The full pedigree of.that promising stallion 't*nierald Prince" will be found under its r espective Iheding. The tt-rua for this valuable hlors.e o. very ren sonable. .

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 10, 1887. TECHNICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

TOX P J0 ' ULI. (I'ULISiSiED EVERY SA''UItisAY). SAT'URDAY, SEPiTEMBER, 10. ISS7. TECIHNICAL EDUCAT'ION. Oust Education Act has had a trial of some 15 years with the result that the three principles upon which it is founded is as firmly held in estimation by the public as ever. In any Act of 'Parlia tneit, the practical working of it will render apparent any defects, and there catn be no act that in its inception is not sutliciently imperfect to allow the prover bial "coach and six" to be driven through it. So our Education Act, which has been jealously guarded in its entirety, for fear its priniary principles mlight be interfered with, now engages the atte: tion of Parliament. It is now recog nised that the leading features of the Act is not endangered, and ihe atten tion of Parliamelit can be safely given to the consideration of the benefits ac cruing front the Act read by the light of an experience of .15 years. It is ge nerally conceded that our system of edu cation is sufficien...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Morwell (Special) Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 1887. (Before S. Vary, Esq., J.P. (chairman), and T. A. Rogers, Esq., J.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Norwell (Special) Police Court. - -+--- TUi:sDAY, SFi'PTM?lIER (THI, 1887. (Before S. Vary, Esq., J.P. (chairman), and T. A. Rogers, Esq., J.P.) I.ArOCt:NY. Burbank Wells, a travelling minstrel' was charged with luretclly of ia violin and how, vulned at L4 4s, the properlty of Jas. MIoore, of MIorwell. Jlltomes :l10l u,,prlooentor, swlorn, dlepscd: I aln a laborer ro.siling at .MIorwell. I re lmenlbor the 23rd Aulgist when [ .sa prisoner at Ilate's blacksmith shop, and agreed with him that Ihe should repair thu violin prolduced, on condlition tht it was1 not remov'ed fronm the shop. I left the violin in M3r Date's charge. 'The violin produced, is my prolperty. I reellgnise it by two small hloles at the hack, nlslo by its g?in'ral apI)ptr.n1ce. I a1lso recog1niseU thil lo\"au its I- ll II)operty. I vlCe the vi\ in and bow at L4 ds. 1 never allhorised tiny ione to rellllllve the1 violin, nlr did 1 s il either violin olr ow. l'lisoner ciross-exaninled tlhe witness with a view to shottw...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Walhalla. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

-4---- (From our own Correspondent.) Tuesday the G16t beinig the late for the usual monthlv wash-up in the Long Tinnnl G. M. Co.'s battery, some of the employeeu might have been seen making preparations for illuminiating the colplila' prloperties, similtar to Jubilee Day. At 7 p.ni. the cannon (which was manlllunfitured byIh the empllhoees of tihe company for the .hlihilee celebrationsi) was again broughlt ,into itse, and i number of shiots fired. Althpigh the weather was very inellentent there were a lair nutlllbelrof biotIh sexes turned out to have a look at the illuminations, which consisted of revolving lights, archles, and strings of colored glass lanterns, also the witlonws of both of the comlpany's bat teries lit upI with seveni cuandles in each, and is the night was particularly (dark it prln.lld grind sight. On \Wednesday morniing further decorations took place, when the Union Jack was seen flying it the top of the niast, and the bIttery windowsn and doors were decorared wi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Contirmation at Church of England by the Bishop of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Coutirmittio-i at Cthurch of Elgiullatl by the Bishop of Melbiourne. On Thursday the Right lRev. Dr. Goe, Bishop of Melbourne visited 3olrwell for the first time, for the confirmation of temn bers to the Church. Owing to the excep tional severity of tie weatlher,thle ittendance was not as large as might be expectCd ; but despite its inclemnency the church was fairly filled by the congregation at 11 a.m., when tile service was eomltlenced Eight intending members of the clhurclh presented themselves for confirmation, but ats many more were prevented fromn putting in anl appearance by the same cause pro_ venting the large crowded attendance to be expetedr under tile circumstance of tile bishop's first visit. The hishlp was assisted in tihe service by the Rev. Canon Watson, of Sa'e, levr. J. II. Walker of Trarldgon, and MIr. Edwards, the . local clergyman. Tile ncitnhbeitat llosedale was ialso present. The ceremony of laying on of the bishops hands after apostolic example was preceded b...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

- ~-,------- A speeinal niecling of sliuaroelldera in tl Ln?m i Tnnel Extended Gle ld ( lihti? Co- c l pany waos held at Scotl's llotel oiiI S-ondma last, for the putiwrea of taking- into cmn sileration the vote if walt of cehmfitlenet - in tIhe iiiniig iiut:miger lRaosedl it agenecal [ meeting of slarehlhioet hed oni thei 14th July last, andi also to considhler what actiont should he taken after hearing the Im inn manlager statements in reply to tah charges brought againlst him. 'her was a large atteIdance, the chair being oie cUpiid I- 31r A. . W. Harston. T'lheh'liirrima. in opeining thle proceedings stdatel l'tl t about iat mnonthl ago i vo6te of want iof "confidence was ipassed in the miining nanger (MIIt. W. P. iarker.) Mr Parker wans infirmed of the result of the ,iecti:g, mand lie, in reply, asked that 1he tuight be allowed to atltend cither a imeetini, of directors or shareholders, in order thal he might explain many of the allegations brought against lim at fie meeting. Th...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

TO COItIIESPONDENIWN S. [Ouin columns 'arc (tlwIc. open to lhb I)Ol'iebjor expraession qi opinion, po (,01the tn orrOespo/,deOcr is te'O(JpecJte in charct',r 1o nte nwishl it to be di.. tinctlr understood l tlrttt we c/o notL id'nti") n ourselvetI will, the, opinion - therein ex.presnned.]

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THE LAST FOOTBALL MATCH. (TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

TIlE LAST FOOTI'ALL MIATCII. ('to ritt: ti)Trot, or .tntWcELL AulvEt'rtsa:n.) Sllt,--I scarcely expeledeI that my letter in yoIr last issue re the Iootbahll f[eeting would pass without collltent by, the 'Secre tiary, but I did not expect it to hb dealt with inl the scathing, trenchatnt manner, with iotappended signatures of seven niletllbers lhat appieared in the " Gazette " of the Gthll inst. Notwithstanding tie mIst emtpatic denial given, yet, I will reiterate that the mliotioln certitied to by the seven imembtoers was 'niert carried, and I aln sure it requiresO no tax on the memory to recal this. IIed the motion been pot beforee tie ieeting, it would have mett with opposition oan the ground that the " Secretary" was to h'ltlam' in allowing tile ball to be taken olt ont Sundal°r "(Os PttIsClPL.E,) " and tile wording of thle inotion iaively aldmiits the responsibility of the "Secretarv" in the matter. It admits that lie was custodian of the ball, and, ats the Chairman of the imeet ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

TIa: transactions of the stock agents in Melbourne have for some time past been productive of much inconvenience to the Railway Department -through a practice having come into vogue of ordering trucks for transport -purposes, and countermanding tile order at short lno tice. On occasions when the demand for rolling stock has been large, cus totmers of the department have very often been informed that no vehicles were available, for their purposes on ac count of other firms having engaged all the trucks on hand. Subsequently, when it was too late to meet the wishes of the disappointed npplica;r.t, the'ori ginal lessee has countermanded portion or the whole of his order. ivy this means, not only is all ronntl dis satisfaction caused, but the department loses i customer. Persons have been known to engage ill the trucks obtain able for the express object of thwarting an opponent in business, and the depart ment will no longer allow itself to bl used for this purpose. To this end a new by...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGRENCE. Live Stok iReport. Marrc.age, Lawren: seii. aIn Lahilla? rt - pert :-At 'rararlgon it, 110!,a Iour Iart were fairl·y well slppl:ed \willh y.oung cattle, and there was a large utteraltIalnce. Prices stiieow an upui ari tendtii il, t with a .ood)l deiminil. We Sui I pri nlit, 1iters t,- £4i 2s til; yosng steir:-,a in bIeifel, £2 e ' 3s toe £3 l;1 ; calves. tl' to 31s. Pigs-Sali to, 8-; s:o;es, 10s to 17s. Next sales tProellheu sol it I.lt inlI Saturday, and Miorwell sale on x .Mii lat, 12th inst. A. ..11'l.uan iiand Co. reiiporlt.-OUir yards well Supplied with caittle of all sorts. andt nearly all lots in wire sold with satisfae tion to vendorll., priices IrUllig somltewhit. htiglher Ulau la-t :sale. We ?ul fat bul hilck, £7 to £7 12s Idi. lat cows to £7. Sprilgers illand ilkere, £4 to £fI. Store blllocks. £5 8 to £6. Cows, £3 1116 to £5 ; steers, £3 14, toi £4 tls ; eifer., £3 tt £3i ?i s ; steers alll lieiur., (tlulll) £'2 I5s to £:3 8ih; calves, £1 ,o to £...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

CURRENT NEWIS. -o TIrE ItECNST FJOOTIIAL .~l IIITING.-Re. fcrring to a paragraph that appeared in our local contemporary's issue of Tuesday last, in justice to 'A Member," we must state en quiry has elicited the fact, that the motion referrdd to was ' not " coaried. This hans been since admitted by several of the metu hers who attached their cammes to the letter published by Ithe secretary l'OST5PONEMENT OF CONCERT.-It is sil cerely to be regretted tint tile phlenotmnally adverse state of the we-ther ca used the com tIlttee to postpone the concert, that was to have taken place last night unil tithe 30th inst. Ont this date ]lench and lanlan "awill'" row in the-same boat, whell it may he colti. dently anticipated that no one side-wind will rutEo the water to prevent aither Ieaclh or Haitlan fronm rowing. We trust that nlo ad verse influence will be created to mar what deserves to be a thorough success, as the ill stitltition of a brass hand in our midst is deserving of the most liber...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

at lwe 11st price. rlIIE.Proprietor Iegs to inform'the pub lic that his Flour is unourpusoed in .quality, as it is tmanfuctored on tle up Sproved iiingarian vystte, which admit- of DRESSI.NG S. 1Is? VSewest Ilunari;an .J1ahintryq is set up in the Mills, arid the. Flour is lManufactured by an Ea' Sperienred Jfillerfiron TrIial is Solicited 'Which will Establish the Suu.erior .Excellence of the Production. Further Particulars in Future Acl vertiseoment. i3ran ai?d Pollard Irn Any Quantity. Proprietori ltitvjI'neitilt. . .i .. ....cial Agent, U?3IElt',CIAL RALD, dUR\WELL. P?ROPEITIES for Sale or to Let in all pirts of G iplpsland. ONE?T to lend in large or smur.11 sus. AGENT for Clonial Mutual Life, and -Gl Colnlrsrcidal Union .Fire Insurance Societies. \GENT f,,r N1 s-t'. s. ltamiltan otld Co. Mr, William Seymcur Fergie, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, lay be consulted. at Ilurdoch's (late Ton kin's) Iotel. Uuder the Management of Mr. Calman. -tccgular Atten:danrt EVERlY T-'E SiDAY. ...

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Our Agricultural Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

pOtr A.riCultarlh LadttIs. -- t .(lr Orn TIs.st.lV.usI .I:EPORItrrci.) 'lThe title Tlll er which thlis article up ,earis Ist not he I hld to embrace the ".hoe of the land i Gi (ppsland that is fertile snolgh to merit the title, ht ratlher tih fati lilg districts properly so called. T'aking a gellerall north-easterl?l course, one wonl pass suecessively over t ihe La Trobe. 1h" tsn, .31'Atlister, Avon and Mitchell rivers. 'this line wouIl take him allig tle lesl cllllntrv, the whoi wsay to Linduenow and lying south ol thde l])iv ling range, whose diverging sinlrs and varied peaks appear nearest to lim when applroachilng SCo aril, and miost iliverlgent when erssll ing thei cetntry itwenc the 31'Alilster alndu Avon rivers. Necessarily toe lalgest scope of cos mry most readily available for faru ing will Ie found oan this level teact which istretches frlin the ranges toh tle'toust,'oither in open grassy plains l in their'natiral state, ir therwlise i ghtly'timbirell. It is, how ever, in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Notices. EH ORROCKS' I--I o lv-iv-oci- Estate Bonds TEN POUNDS Fo01 (ONE.. TIIE object of these is to enable.1 OSEPIl' IIOHiOKS, of 1hle, to proceed to El'nglatnd to Eataliish his Titeo is Extensive Estates, to which he is heir at law. The property is sitatedi in \Vigan, Lan cashire, England, cmprisihg vast Elstatrs, ulmn which are ('oal 'its, Facttries, Ware houses, Shops, &c. ; also Monies lying in Bank at interest. Joseph lorrocks has received notice front the Chancery Court of Enghudtl to appear and establish his rcai::, andl Isses these plondls to enable him to do sfo. Five hundred of tluhese bonds will be of fered at -oe lpaIIod eachl. Ulpon c(ting into possession of tlhe property, tie lbonds will be redecemedl at ten iounds each. Doe notice of which will he given i thle lel bourne and'Gilpsla neilw rsapalrs. Applications fotrl/n s Ia to he malde to WILLIAM 1 WAIDON. 11orwell. COLONIAl, BANK. Moe ir JOSEPH HOItRIOCKS, Moe. NEW IiAKERIY. ItESTAUJIANT AND GENiERAL STORE....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

STL'OCK STATION AND COMMISSIoN AGENTL' ?1ELIOUII-UNE AND \VWAIIAlllUI, UCT?.tIO)N Stales co-lscted in any par CL of lit1 irand regularly every v Sustr day IotuniihtI at ,r yards,. IBmu Iurln,and Miiinday fo,'uiright aatoutr Yards, AMrwrell, anrd mon:lth at \VWrravrgul,Drronin and '1'0 \r nrig rnrl at tihe Mleronrne Corporationl \arrloi Nusilnarkot, uvutry week.: VALLUAT'IONS r.lAllE M 1ONEY TO LEN! !. IN LAR'IE 0rn: SALL. SUMS ON FRItEE IIOLD Oi LIE.\SEI;IIOLD i:i'.I OrF Ict: 70 QOrren street, irlboturnre. PU1 ItIC -NOTICE. A BERANCH OF OUR BUSINESS HIAS ItEEN ESTABILISHIED AT cott's Royal Hotel, Warragul. unlcr the M31.1NAGIEMENT M2r. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Qoeon street. Meilbourne. )lORWELL MARKET. AIO1I'AY, lEIT 13, 1887. WTM.lXIIAMILTON & 'CO. will hold their usual Fortnightly Sale at Morwrell.on Monday,Augrust 15, 1887, rwher they will iffer : Cattle, Hlorsees, Sc. N.i.--Onr rates for conunis?ion are *sellitng, 2 .per cent ; guarantee, 2% per cent....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

i Hotel Notices. ii\OIio1.wLLl. PAlM I LY IloT E.L. W~7. AT-urdoclib (L.vrl 01F 't111l CI1ICKETI'IiS' 110(111..) AS1 to i.t4Bi ni i i ui iLis 4t44 I'i ; F in Inanltii t ihm P liito t tend tlin4 that lot t, :tr'Im li a ' ti n II~ t' 1111- 44lIkn44w44 ll1thnt4I, lnI Ra:no ohr~n: I'4 1 i7 T v't 4ý ?l .u~ i441l\-4'444 I nic~tl it '1'hronntgiI It. II now 44 ilt . II '1'-CIL.ASIKACCUI2 J1.L t1 '11AI0'IO nt' T '. !lnrn;, l'ji 44nur., 44444l OteIr. l'I1ST-ClASS A COCK'S 1117.01.010 'IABiLE \\"1I-:S AND SJ'J111'1'S OF '.1111 BES 1 150 IICUC p{IIA 1111 1 lA 11u,. 1100511$ AN ii Bt~ct100n ti' ON 10 11. GRIIASS P'ADDOCKS FOB CUSTOMERlS1S' 10)0511: sONLY. ST'AII SIIN AND iA'i\Il,iTY C0T1A'1'I1. " CU H El, - WL Ei-P g-UJTJi) " MLLE E ULE PI 1t10 1)11t_1I:l' O 11. ~ D.T~h 111001 ~ AL lL'A IIILBIIS. ~ i~ l tt ?.l IRIS'r''C 1;ASS ;YOCCOMI\IO1)A\.1.IOj 'FOR ' 'r lST'I'rN s -A\ S COII A'll Sirits, W~nes, ant i lDe, of tho COhoicozt 3B: ':: 00011 STAB1L;INI. O1ob 0.1 .')IN. Ilthpig n d SaddI~le llornn'...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 September 1887

Topics of the Day. T'incI redaly important anld valuable work carried on under the mining prospecting vote is being done by the small pros pecting parties formed in various parts of the colony to explore belts of country giving promtise of affording profitable employment t to the miner. 'These parties are being subsidised to a small extent by the Government out of the prospect intg vote, and are engaged in the only legitimate prospecting for gold at pre sent carried on by State assistance. The subsidies given by the Minister of Mines to aid in further developing the airi ferous areas held by millionaires like Sir William Clarke, ald MIr. Geo. Lansell, and mining companies with a long list of well-to-do-sharehohlers, is a gross misappropriation of public funds, and a subversion of the natural and comnuon scope of private enterprise. As well might the State give a vote to some par ticular selectors to assist them in clear ing their land, or to druggists and other shopkeepers whose bus...

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