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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 September 1887

'GCOQMKtSIAL II'ELLIGtEN .E* Live Stuck IRepart. Matrriage, Lawrenaon, aol Lailaw re port:--.t our Mohrwell varids on Mondayv we had smtall supply of cattle forward.il lwving to bad weather and roads, the atten lance largeS anl biddling brisk' for young cattle, all of which sold atveryvsatisfactory priess. Next salrs-Miriuo Wednsdlav ; Yitnar, Thirsdav ; Saturdl.ai, itduce sale in inart; Traralgon, tMonilav, cattle sale. MIesors J. Orr and Co. report:-On Mon. day our yards at MAr Breed's Hotel were will suppliedI anl we manaiged to clear every lot at satisfactory pricey to vendors. We sold-1 to It !e.r ohl lioddies front 3:tk to £2 12s Gil : 1 to.'2 year old steers from £3 to £3 10s; 2 to 3 year Old steers and heife:r, from £2 1tOst.to £3 10is accor dingt to quality. A onb store cows in good condition £3 15 ti a head. Pigs - Sickers tind slips, froim 8s Gd to 15s.o Our fortlhcoming sales will be properly lalve - tioed, a? Wsell as o'ur usual dearing out aal:si, of which we itsake at...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE LATE FOOTBALL MEETING. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

THE LATE FOOTBALL MEETING. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELt. ADV'.R'ISER.) Sn.--While thanking you for allow ing me to trespass so nmuclh on your valuable space, I,,regret that the uws t of commo,. sense is the cause. lie hus, I?owever, owned up handsomely, and as it. is his imisfortune, and not his fault, I am willing to accord the forgivenness re pireld, for '"Good natureand good sense must ever.join To err is hucman, to forgive. divine." Yiours, etc., A MEMBIER

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

I, Erf[?sI|? l 'i'!1 EI ORilqH . TO CORRIESPONb)ENTS. .Our euolmns, are armtlr?m open to tlhe puIlir.tr expression fI opinion, pro rided tie corre1spode'ne is terlnrate in character ; but we iweish it to be dis tinctlty understood thait we do not .identiFq onrsel'es with, the opinions therein expresedl.]

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MORWELL POLICE COURT. SEPT. 21ST, 1887. (Before T. A. Rogers, J. P., (chairman), and S. Vary, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

IORW'EIl , Pi'tLICE C4OUIt', (lfoere T. .\. thogers, .J. P.. (Clreih.au), I and S. Vary, J.I'.) The following ordinalry debt coews were disposedl of : \\'. 'l'ullech v J.1. . l'earce. Goods sold cnd d?Livered| to the uacueit If £2t 1 is l 11. A verdict was retuirrn:d for the full amiunt with £i 2 I17s I; costs. A. Dioaihlson v F. Tucker. Guids, £5 0 ti;d, sold and deliveredl. Settled. Carrigg Bros. v Archibald Fraser. Goods sold anl delivered. £14 17s s8. This was uu'ensdedl i to aI)th O)ctober. It. ''womey onr another v Le.on uett rich. In this case the plaintiiTf proceeded againTst the defendant as secretary of the Hlatzel~,o, I Preslyterian Chrclh committee, for the sum of .10, being balance dire for wortk and labor done, in the erection of a church at Ilazelweodi. "Mr. Serjeant appeared for the plaintiff ; Mlr. \\ise for the defence. F1ir the defence a technical objection was urged, that the sumnanons hd been wrongly isl.ed to tthe recretary, when in point of farct the contract ...

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MOE COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

- o 'llE COAl. (Friom our own Corre.ipooinl.) At the 3,oe Coal Mline. the new I manager, M1. Shaw, is making great I improvements to the plant at the mine. Thie l aid down by the company from the Narracan railway to the mouth of their tunnel, a distance of some 24 chains, was found to he.d i tmo steep gradients, the ea:rthwork of a temporary character, and the line not ballasted: thal the Government, nor Mr. Robb the contractor, would not allow their en gines to run up mi it. The managar has employed a large gang of men to remedy all this. Thyi trarn ay leading fom ithe ttunnel atnd worklings to the screens, is being all altered. The grange which was only 17 or 1 8in, is to Ie imade 24in., and also several new rail to be laill do in; the whole to lie madle of a nmore perilnlalntil construction. New screens are to be erected, as it is found that the old screens waste the best small coal coming fromn the mine, that is the small coal known as int coal, which is pronounceld by experts, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

FLOUR MILLS. C S at IOieatorlcu. Brain ý'! f)I!' Irnpriecnr' hcgs to inforru tle pub i '!lic " that his Floulr is rusurpassedc in 'quality, etuit is miianufactuireid oan the ap .proved Ilungariln system, which --admits of -SIX D-D1ESSr G 5.. TINa Nsuvvat .lfungininn Alari' ry¶ is set up in the Mills, and the F nr ts Matnufactured hy an Ex :perivnced .Miller from ifuagaly. .A Trialis Solicited W'hioh will Zatablish the Superior ,..xcellence of the 'Production. - Purthor Pa ioriara iin Futue A'd/ ver~tleement. Bran andl PO'llard In A~ny Quantity. D. M~LLuu, Proprietor 1V:. WVAL l)ON, Estate and Financial Agent, COMIM1ERCIAL ROAD, MORWELL. PROPERTIES for Sale or to Let in all parts of Gippoland. M ONEY to lend in large or small sums. A GEN'T for Colonial Mutual Life, and Commercial Union Fire Insuranoo. Seeitles. A GPNT for Mesrs. . ilamilton nod Co. MMr. William Seymour Tergie, ATTORNEY, :SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, May be consulted .at 31urdoch'a (late Ton .lin's) liotel. IUuder the Mange...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 24, 1887. THE EDUCATION ACT RESULT SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

(Ju ilort tl ' hidriser.' ft VOX 0OP fULI. (I'UBlSIt.tlit) EVERtY SAT'I'UItAY). SATURDAY, SEP'TMBER, 2, 2, 1887. THE EDIUCATION. ACT IESULT SYSTER. So.sui short time ago we pointed out de merits in the present result systent that is at present a principle of our State school organisation. Recently te Aes sistant Inspector General paid a visit to New South Wales for the purpose of instituting a comuparison of the methods of instruction between that of.the sister colony and our own. This gentlemnan's comprehensive report, contained in the annual report, issued hy the Education Department of Victoria, was laid upon the table of the Legislative Assembly on September 1I5. In that portion dealing with the result system, he says, "As an official of this department, I have worked wholly under the result systemn, !avin g, indeed had hitherto no practical experience of any other." He muust naturally, then, by force of education, have been prejudiced in its favor ; yet I lie states, "After sty...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MIRBOO NORTH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 21ST SEPT., 1887. (Before C. Ogilvy, J. Inglis, and W. Scarlett, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

MIRHBOO NORiTHl POLICE OU01¾RT W\,t:.?Tn'," '2Is'l" Selr,, 1887. (Ilafore C. Ogily, .I. Inlin, and \W. Scarlett, I's.!'.) . Pulice proceeded against Jhmn O'Noil miner false pretence of. being a dictr -at Mirloo, on 2tith July, 1887. Sui perintlrlent Beaver prosecutetd. ,George Fisher deposed tha hlie grtl ill and O'Neil attended him in the capacity eof ia medical practitioner, for which lie re coiveil thIe sol o.tlf.1I in I;payment. Tlie lrpsecutor withdrew the case. • Police v samen. This wa aleso a charge of pretending to be a legally m qualilied medical 'practitioner at ilirhou on 20th August, 1887. Senitor-constable Gilfellulr, of ,Mirlhnu, and Constable 'Johlson both'dell tl ,sed that lie stated himself o to he un tdieil prneti tioner, and that he was I r. O Neil, of IRairnsdale. Case dlismissel. lRout v Slobber, -anld 1'(I;Crlin- v ell, both petty debt casee. In th fioruier the tllinItlOns was not servedl, and ill the litter the cias wars settled.

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

Topics of timhe Day. Last year Ine operation- of anglers at Lake W??lndlure were ie·niderabe.l" inter fertied with oalling to the ilensesndlergrowih. which defied the ell'orts of all the rnsh cuttters enipliyel. If Me Iveys anticipa tiuns are realised however,Iowever, anglers neretd have no fear that they will bie similarly troubled this season, Smne time ago, it will ie reiumemberedil that Mlt Ivey entered in:s an agreementoli with the City Council to hoild a nish-ecutting tippa ltun ati? I have it at work belfore tile 10th Novembller. If it works to the satisfaction of the cnc'nel Mr Ivev isto receive l.10Ul. and after that thle council lilui eitiher blol the tmachliile Ib arbitration, oir unter iltlo a colntract wiith iMr Ivey to keepl the lake diear forea nlnl Siher if years. If thn mnachinle etils an area of lb acrues a week it will le eonsitlerd, ellielet. M lt l-" li;os alhrilnt compileted his apparatuiis, which will be launched in about a nmonl I: It is of steamer-like iunil...

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DIAMOND DRILL AT HAZELWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

I)IA:IO.I) DIIILL AT IiAZELWOOD -° The ways of the Mines Departmente are curious in the. extrerne, but we nmust inot be too cellsorious but accept. with humble thankfulness, "the goods the god's provide." The Government has arrivedl at the couelusion, that 'a tho rough and final test" of the'llazelwood coal-bearing area shouild be applied, arid, as the cost is to be borne wholly by the Governuimeut, we are justified its' the ex pectation that more attention will be di rected to the result, than when the pub lic so liberally subsidised the last at tempt." With the olject of testiug the carboniferous area at Hazelwood, a din IondldriUl wiil be sent to the Hazel wood Company's ground. This drill will be capable of boring it depth of 2,000ft. Arrangements had been madle to have the drill at 3loonlldarr sent here, but its removal was stayed oli its being ascertained the limiit of its boring opera tions to be only 600ft. It is a pity that the Government had not resolved on this course sli...

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Walhalla. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

Wtalha lla. ,(From our -own Correspondent..) Tl'btlhodt of the tin fortunate una1t, Robt. Bell, "eas -foinnd-irn the Thomnpson Rtiver, one day ltst week. It aptlears that two daughters of the rleceaotd wer.. down the river .e;oircl'ing'for cattle when one of them olbserredl a portion of a man's toot just above water. Thte irnirculiately went ahotle oan informed" the family. One of the sons thlle procured assistance fronl a man inamed Swingler, and proceeded ro the spot. They fome d the diecased fast to a snag by the coat (which waOs pulled over his :heta) which waso the only articlo of clothing left 'on the body except the boot:s. Witth the aid of a bed sleet they managed to. get the remains lut, and found no marks except the Ilesh torn off the right Iondl, supposedt to have been caused thriough the deccansd clinging to the log hIe was in the act ,,fcrossing trlten ihe fellinto ttie river. A magisterial enquiry hold y 1Mr. F. C. Trick, ,t.P., whenrit verdlic of accidental drowning w...

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DEATH OF URIAN MATSON. "He has gone to his rest, all his troubles are o'er." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

nr..Irll OF iit I| ii .1IATON9l. l' Iea 1s gmle ti hio riot. all is trouble. anr The severe sufferings, and the sad, pitiable, conditioln inlaneiately preeedingl the Ileciase in the eairlye Intolllliod of Urihll liatsonl, realtel a preofllnd symnpatlh" with hint during his sulfer ings. In his departure for that "' bourne from which no traveller returns," relief is given to the pent-up feelings of his relatives and acquaintances in the happy thought, he is far heyondt the cares, toils, and sulferingt of this life. The deceased, owho arrived in the co lony about five years since, was : bright, joyous youth of hlout 1) years. lie was partienlarly healthy-looking, active, and pleasan~t. Ile had evinced consider able lusiness capaicity, which he dis played ill the face of most unltoward circumstalnces. He first engaged in busi ness for himself in the colony at IRose dale, as a draper. During his stay there, lie was well-known throughout the dis trict here by his periodtlial visits with h...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

(TO tIE lEDIt'ORtt F FMORWIt.1. AXtE'RTIS.ER.) Slt,-ltv ultr leader of the 10th inst. I see and ant highly pleased yivour remarks, re mar State sch'els. iBut lwhren we look at the results of onr grat;lt svsteln it is not vetr\ enco'rarging. No sooner on r y(oung"1 people are clear of schit?', in ry opinion lnine-tienths i of th'li get clear of their books also. Th i only thini se:ns tin be able to rcoitanlril their at',tltioal are atlti c gailes. Training the, bhoiy, not tire mind, sotins to be their whole hobbyI,. Indeed, sir, in our toei"ghbotirhoodt they sle tol haive, sonice of them ," 'Football on the braitn.' Int calling our alttentin to Technical 'Educitionl oil hlave tPerfort.ed it duity in cinhbent no every e'ditor throntgh the eolony. Zenophor n said-" To ilnsrteut tniltnikitl in.tthings lmoist excellent, and to hon?r andl ajtpland those wiho perform this service with inddstrv and care is a dtytr the prerformance of which mist preltrle the love of all good men." Yon pooint...

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MOE. SEPT. 21ST., 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

Y#E. -4- (IFrom our own Correpondent.) S.l,'. 21"s., 1887. A meeting of Iincers was held lst night at the Moe Mlechanitsc' Institult., for the prposeilll of formin'g a b unlh unionl of tIhe Aumtilgonalted Miners' Atsociation of Aus ttilutsia. tir. Stpleton, prett t, tt1i m i . Blurt!n,, vice-president, and Mr. Slrpence, elcretary of theo Aso?llitioi'lln, ci t, ex pressly frot I:reswick and S towell to assiist in fotrmitg the hrantttlch. Mr. \'?ltoer Cruut shanks. of the ht e CHt.il line, ?his 'rhal man of the meeting. 'llhere was a larg ttoldanet of minlelrs. Addtrellsses were delivered by the oflicers 4f tihe Assitcintiln pointing ont the ladvantage-, of T'lrades Unions. ir. Sitapleton s poke in al very forcible mainnur on tie objects of thuu AssociaLltion, andlll ito mission to--frlllll all unbiassed point of view-- rbitra e in titn case of dis.pute that timnt ariL. Ibet.wec?l emp'oyers and emlnloyees. Mtr. Bruton spIoke at somte length on t lhe odvlnutages.o tlf e eight hollr.s?b...

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Lines written in memory of the late Mr. Uriah Matson. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

Liilcs iwritten ill Iltuillr'y of ile late Mr. Iritlt .Iti, oll. T1'o a brn_ that is fairer and Il ri ,:. I itlatitem av ll beent vItorious. d nl tread now tl?e stretit of pure gtold. Front pain and atlliction delivered, Fromt sin and temptatiot releaedl. Where loved ones can never be .evered. Or robbed of their sutnshine and peace. Where charms of the earth ne'r lecny The holy and blest back again; And suflering can never nttltoy, Or give them orne moment of pain. Dear Saviour, he near. to thlose herts, Thou hast wounded, and pourin the balm; Let sornrr nUd sighitngdepart, And within, let there te a grent calm. And when earth anti it's trouble's are o'er, And our spirits havre taketi their Ilight, May they minlgle with those gone before, itn that city of beauty antd light. E.E. Morwell, Sept. 25, 1887.

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ON THE PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

11?wi L.icoln' ia,inkeyv Itac a e an 's troli. r is famil'a tlo ,ti I people. Th" moorn' o te tistai;.li' h? ea i?at . apt i rll,.intneit ahIs 1 ,, ,€'n i· the 'asiine . qualities hichyl cnInttufte :ll gn [ rantul. Wily reinrlli' i ll a glnor, a tl'L I he( 't illtt~ l can e ,ltaild "+ O(l the le atfrm. Leata, lthl that. C.ri:uIeitis is no 'opherllerlt.l cProttIIuI. 1 scorns to be thonghit ?ithe three,-headed og of Sophotles, s 'rnamr e ,d [ Ignorallum+l . ti e is the ?gold s.ii faithful dog of lesiod. Whose .to cigilhut .heains Are now as jealously gurdinttg, piblic rights. as whlm olf d4 he did the realm of lh eis, to which it Miw alppears ".1l " igno:alnel wl as it enrnsined. Is the value if land real or filtitious ? This qoret was pat to.iue the other day by one who ci bserved that the value if hatid increasedi il inverse ratio to the de crease in value tf'. its p?.rdutcts. 'The valne of lanmd irought uinder notice for fartning and grazhing is such, that anyl use to which it may ...

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Peaestrian Tour in Gippsland. YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

I':lestlritan Tour in Glip .?land. (Ht A GLOE: TROTTER.) YARRAGON. From force of circumstances, there are I many changos during life'; and circh - 7, stances have forced tone ct eo!lge tiy al legiance from the "MNtorwell and 1Mirhou Gazstte" to the "MorwelI Advertiser" In rt severing nny connection wilIth n e?Gazette" I .well it prosperity and success in its At last a gleam of sun-shiny weatcer tl sdiles on the township of Yatrnigen, and S everybody seems to feel happy an, jobilant at tihe prospect of having i good season. I am etnabled to sue somneting of ' the place without running tihe risk of hoIngt 1 stuck irn the mand, ts on aiyiformer visit;i still tile roads leading to the saw cmills atd ltI tihe farmling'eognllnnity, remain i an aIl iost n imlpassabile state. I again meet M?a POPE, the newly elected Shire President. 1 find him ltrl 1 at work at his benchl shoemaking. The b honor that has just beetci-enferred on hiht It is one of whlich, no doubt, Ihe justly feels proud. And...

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MOE POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Brooke, M'Mahon, and Powell, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

1MOE I'OLICE ('OIIII' , (iBforu Messrs. Irrnnke, .Mt'3lahon, and '' Powell,:.l'e.'.,) Zenner v I)avey. Goods. Order for amrllont and costs. Narracan Shire v same. Slhire ratis. Order for imount with 2s iid costs, Daica .v Wortetawav. Illegal dletenlibnn of a. tank. Ordered- to hanl over tank, No costs. The Verdict returned toellting the deinta of Miss Laura Swain :-T'lhe .hire retired at 'o' clhck oinlthe 2ls't Sueptiliur.r , nuI iabsenlce oif five ihour rIturnld into c)irer. rit 20 minuites plast hi the crettihi:; ThIl foireman, Mr ( 11 iiennlett inflrined tl Coronler thal tihe folloairing verdlict ihadi utnainn ousily ibeen decided o1ii. - A-lter miatrure consideration ivcuinll trhat the litel Laura Swain was fOluind drownciiel in tihe River Yarlu , andrl was last LsonII IlivUe in thli Victorilr-street-bridge Jil ItIe night of the 31st of Allugust, 1N7T, lietwlrloul 81 andI healf. plit p. r., butll there is notl callliricl cvi dinore tIo show lhow shie got ? ntel the wiiater; ntl ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

(GOVEIRNMENT ADVEIRF'IT EII ENT$. A'PPL.ICATION FOR A MI-NERAL. LEASE. IN pursuance of the Act of Parliament 29 SVictoria No. 241. Section 41. it is here. by notilied that after the expiration of oneC montoh from thtedlate hereof it is intended to grant the leas'e ntllrmentioned, subject to such excisiont. molifications. and rscer. vatiions as may be necessary. GIPI'SLAN D DISTRICT; RUSSELI.S CIIER! (MOE) DIVISION. No. 783; 15 years ; A. Brache; 305a. Ir 21p. i Parish of Moc. D. GILLIES. Minister of Mines. Oflice of Mines. Melbourne, 19th Sept, 1887, Notices. T HIE follwing is the result oE the drawing 1 of the ART UNION, which took place at the Mechanics' Inttitate. otn Saturday, Sept, I7th. in aid of the Roman Catholic Church, Morwell:- Ist prize Mrs. O'Flaherty. 7torwell 3173 2nd ., Mrs. Tanincr. T-aralgou .., 1318 3rd a Miss Lamb. Ters .. ... 60,96 4th ,, S. O'Keefe, Carlsrhue ., 474 5th ,, Frank M. 'Aley, Traralgon i035 ilth , L. Buiters, Tillanths ., .3351 7th , E. Dixon, Bool...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887

CtEIUET I' NEI: S. I"sKit.tlA. Of TIHE LATe: '. .MA'TON. i'ie ,body of our'lnte respc: cdte tow tn all. trioa 3lMatsu, was bornle to its laCt Lmeting place in the lIazelwood cemletery on1 Thlrs day. The funeral cortege was if considerable 1 length, as many residents and friendli at tended to teslify the last earthly respect that could be paid in the funeral rite. Duringtt the procession pililess pelting showers pre vailed, and this being the state of the weather previously, it was the means bf preventihg tihe attendance, of friends at a distnuce. who l would 'have otherwise' wished to be lpresent. NI:.W BASK PRtFt.ISEs..-The Colonial I Ilank of Australasia, at present is. Morwell. 3' will soop gisve place to a large, handsome, n two-storey brick structuru, to be shortly I built next to Mr. Ilintoul's blacksmith shop. a We have had tile privilege of inspecting the I plans, which showi a really handsome struc- 0 tire,, replete with every convenience. Tihe building will plhow a front e...

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