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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887
lihe fillmetitig circular lo??er reuin the Cotmiil if tle lay Itol Geoeigrsihilc Society of Ai\ustrlllsii hlias beenll received iy Us. 'Tlle ibojct is onie of Ilnnllil illlntert to A itrll i , nlil'. l will realiyh cr iiiiitrl it nit i , whl .II rie tile to tioiir?llll e, liy ihir relsistan?e, thie object stiiiht to I 0 t t in.ii i l, : lo liin Geographical Society of Australasia, I5 iallet Itilhtings, jCoillini-st., West. S Melbourn, S?ith Anll, 18H7. 1tnS irT Sli,-Titi Cotou icil of thei \'ictorian Branlch ofi" tine oyl iGeographicatii:l Sciety of AioitralaSia, elici iiaxiolsi' that li x ?titionlillŽ' fv cl\'i r tll o??', ii frrirnxploririiion in (:entll Austratlia shoHl unt I. 11st,? l, indh teed rl .lr ',rl.-t tileII to I?er f.r a with Oh. mi, partic?lalr intentin of ie moning his c.-phlratini u tren,, where hi left o.f-at I.ai:" Atnildetts-in 1873 : and with thle ouhject of traversing thence'the counLtry north-westerly-as it ,lita.c: of over 4i0 utihis r?mains iyt bll.nk n the ...
WESLEYAN HOME MISSIONS. (ADDRESS BY REV. E. S. BICKFORD.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887
WESLfEYl?N .110 E 111 SSOS. (Ar~lnrto.o? l I1\" 1. E• S.-lilCttoe'n.) It "The T1ev. E . S. Bickforl' s visit to lMar- . rwell wa" announced some0 time sitoC:e, tindl i lit was exlpected that it ilarge attemlance I .would he present to hear" his address on i \'ednesilay nightihlst. The indleltionsof Ii inclement weather, Ihowever, ilnterfered I to Ii considerabll e extent with the atten- II 'dance, although the -church was Tuirly t lilledl. Mr. Kindter who was t'oted -to the chair, , gave an adidress at seone length on its- a .ionary work, in which everyene had the v privileg"e of engaging. .After a hyon, g To thie work" was sang, the lchaillrman rcalled upon -lMr. Algie to adtlre?s the meet- v thng. ai nMr. Algic, waho was received with ap- t *plaase,sn'eil Soine .people had intot cobn- lprehenIded what the termf' home mission" ji implied, ynla sme explained the ditference v 'laetween thie mlission as ' arried out illn n heathen lanIls, ant the work that wh going rr o?n in thile way...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887
.uc tiuti; er' s .Adllre.st.se. w HUinliiu & co SI?OCK STATION AND COMMISSION AG ENT ), MELIOURNIE AND I VAIt hAGUI A? UCION Sale.s otnduelted in any a1" du " ti" "ghtl iit olIP ya;rd ,li ni|, n ll+ini Mu Mit Ina flrnlihlt iat -tr ?:artis. 1,,rwl.l, ald mntl tth\ a Warragullh,trhltttat i,, wrig, andl at thie Mclbtttrnea C',ri"'oatittt Yards, Nuwntarkct, eteryc weelk. VALUATIONS li.\X ;I M[oNEY TO LEND. IN LARGE 011 SMALL SUMS ON FREE IOLD t il) LEASEIIOLD lint:.?A O"FCIce: 70 Quieen strcet, Melbourne. . 'UBLIC NOTICE. :o: A B.ANCH OF OUR ?USINESS IAS IBEEN . ESTAIBLISIIED AT eotts ieyal Ilotel, Warragul, uader thi MANAGE MENT O"* M!r. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton to c0, 70 Queen strcet. Melbourne. MORVWEL.,L MAIlKEiT. M: IONDAY, SEPT til, 1887. ? I. TIAMITON & CO. ,ill Ihol their rusual FIortuightl Sale at Morwecll.on MondlayAugust 15, 1887, when •lthey \ill olffer : I Cattle, lorsecs, &r. N.B.-Our ratts for c onnnissitol ar- ling, 2) pecr cent; guarantee, 25 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887
otsl'Noticer. MORUWELL FAiMILr HOTEL. W. Muzrdoch,. ((LATE ' iF 'TIME CRICKETERS' TIOTEL.) BEGS to inform his nuLeros Frien ands an the Public UGncrally, that.ho has Purchased the above well.hlown lHostelry, and has thoroughly Renovatel .andt newly Fur intiled it Throughout. ',e now oflfers Ir1ST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION ,for T'rvellers, tore,.andOthers. -r ,--- - 'FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK!S BlIUIAIRD TiBL'E WINES .AND .?PIRITS OF THE BEST .PROCURABI;E .BRANDS. 'HORSES AN.D BUGGIES ON HIRE. 'ORA8S PADDOCKS TOR CUSTOMsERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY tGRATIS. 'THE CLUB HOTEL, MORWELL. ED1LUNID KELLEHER, P1R0P' I ETO.R.. IRSTIOLARSS A00GOOLMMODATION 'FO(R 'VISITORS AND COM MIERCIAL T1Vr E 1' LERIS. A1l Spirits, 'Wines, and Ales, :f the Choicest Brands. GOOD STAULING. GOOD PADDOCKS. IBuggies all. r'aildi Horses A.lways 6btainable on Hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MIf U W EiLIL IIenry' Breed, Proprietor, HAVING iust purchased thi f'lmous Iotel, SWhichifor comfort and order all othetrs xeol.;...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Live Stock Report. Traralgon, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 September 1887
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. --o Live Stock IReport. Traralgon, Monday. Marriage, L.awrenson, and La idlarw re port.-At Traralgon to-day our yards were fairly supplied with cattle. Attendance was good. Cows went £3 11s to £4. Stuers. £3 4st to £3 is. Ileifers, up, to £3 8s. Next sale l rwell Mo tntay. L).ring thle weoek we sold priivately in the paddock, GO fat cows, at £t 5s. Also let for Mless.s Morris Bros. their farmn at Blulf, 56:1 acre., at a very satitfatetory figure to Mr ANil M'Killop, of 1)aylesford. IDairy Produce. Marriage, Lawrenseon, and Laidlaw re port :-Uo Satutttrday at the Mart tli're was a fair attenldalCo, and prices as follows : Vegetables to Is 6d ; potatoes, 4s 3d to 5s rid per bag. . -Bltter : 7d to S1d per lb ; cab buge and caulitiower plants to is for 50. Fowtls, 3s per it.;r. Next Saturday we will sell the incubator. Pigl Ma-hrket. Messrs M'Caw Mt'llwrick and Co report of 16th Sepltember :-The su pply forwtad to-day rwas very slall, tmore especially stores, an...
FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
FiAT t Sit!:P:.-Yesterlda we I li the ple.t'nre o inspecting lt"'o fat sheep at .\les1r. Cleaver ano "\Volfe's shop, that siurpased in weiiht any we have hitherto, seen recordc.l. These sleep weIrer In1 by Mr. WV. }I'Nahb, Haiiwood, and turn:I the scale at 180 and 120 lbs respecti, ly. T'I: result of the inspection made by Mr. Audersin, general trallie manager, and Ir. Watson. engineer in chief of the lines in coItrse of constrliction frotll Sale to Stret ford and fro n lMalfra to the same place, tl;s been coenuunicated to t h Itailway Coiuni siieanrs. The principal object of the i. spec:ion wast to ascertlain approxi mately whlen the linhes would ?e r.uady for pnh:ic trallie. Tii works generally were foind of a sitl?shantiatl character, an I ad vtlncing fairly toIrelds coulp!totisn, hut Ibu oficerse conshier Itht several weeks mtist elapse before the lines can he opened. In both cases the contracti tittme for their cotll pletion has expired. This is attiibtled to thei plenomenal ra...
PETTY SESSIONS. OCTOBER 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
Ocronmi 1S87. ~tel. dr, WnltncaIavtdn. Il a~m. 'L:'ll11:r;~l ''ie arltntdat(1nt 11 a.t,.: sliars intel "s 1t'riili, Ii(tlt Sitntnlnr. unant tanned MIray 3rd. lraiaii nit \\ teinemlhtV 12th and 21thi, nt 10 alm nt;zrrtnonaas i'nstir Friulays 7th loarnaill, V eilnialav 19tht, at 1l.30 amii. sintittonnun mnitatl Frimliet 14th, Moe, Sratitrda i'm ±tl, 9.10 a~m.; stint tirnit s me isued lMh ntday 17th. M irlmn \ortlr, Vcldneslas. 19th, 2 u.rn. suirtittniotiis inittuet F'ridtly 4Ithi. Vr nrmkit Co.nrtit Jloc, Saturday 22nd, it 9 ti;ti
PEDESTRIAN TOUR IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
PEDESTRIAN TOUR IN GIPPS LAND. (By A Globe-Trotter.) --:n: Beoing Invited by a Moe Coal Mine share holler to accompany him on a visit to this celebrated Coual Mine of Gippsland, cele brated inasmuch, that I an given to under stand, it is the lioneer coal rmine in Victoria, to develop ai payable seam of coal, there fore I am compelled to hIol over till the next issue of the "Advertiser, toy article on 'YAtRHAGON. Tut train from Yarragon to Moe, distance of some twenty m'iles, brings us to the pretty, and clean little township of fMo.. On looking over the " Vagnltn's" articles on " Picturesque Victoria," I lind hle describes Moo as being 80 smiles distant from Mullourne, and celebrated for its bank robberies, and coal. Frome my short acquaintance with Moe, I shldl certainly be inclined to anld something more about the .ioeo and district than my friend, Mr. Vagahond, seemed to dIn. Iowever, aits in this article, I intend to coaline m\scelf to a visit to the Mooe Coal Mine, Ilope, to at...
Strange Death of a Lunatic. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
$trltlge Ilftl of ti Lintatic. I), Yenl, thle city coroner, heIld in ingl1st et the fEcw Illatic Aav'hmnl 1n 1 Ir.d12, out11Ž20l 111he bud "11 Ittl pato tIlent 10t . 0li2 1e.101 asi :adm11 ittioiito tihe oaotot fllo lOit.l t1o comiLt uilcide on thllre o1CCa1il 110111 iltlll II*OIIIL'lntl L It special watch teas kepti~ 111on1 hiiii. tJ1n th1e 12 tth ihot 20ll beca201e 110i1e ill, 121111 Ieo thient illforlmleld 011o11th OlltlttIallo it si1111r dier fork, but Ifk.11 S IId 1112 2111tu a laltlOtbliltor.llrl o olbt 1112111 lexamlnatiointi , fohilu It in tiioi ork 112,l d t11 e prongs 1220 tIaoct t 01,20 2 inI t110 live. ThereŽ w122 1111o 1222t of 21 nlc0d:e ill 11h0 11ody. The 11it00210t 02111 111Ž12110 ofn- 11111 1110 tetllllil Isil~,iOi 12.1122 Iwa thio In 1hŽl.Žl 21 the man121 111 tilln F 111111.1tl A 00h,1s(1 II) 111.1 cin ct ins2i t1211on11r2e1.
MORWELL ANNUAL HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
M.IORVELL AINUAL IIORSEl . fPAr IIE. Contrary to exp 'tations on Monday last, the dIay was beautifully fine and suited to display ao tlhe thoroughbred and draught stock tothe best advantage. The roads, owing to the immense amount of wet lately.experiernced, were in so bad a state as to prevent owners of horses placing thetn on exlJbition. Some of the most important tires of the district. both in thoroughbreds and draughts being conspicuous hb their absence. For this reason, the number raraded was not up to that of last yeir, but the quality of both classes was : such as to cause . feeling of pride thlt the district pos sessed stock of such high-class descrip tion. At 11.30 a.tm. the horses paraded in Commercial Road, Morwell, before the critical eye of the public. Each horse was carefully scanned, and his good points or'defoctive qualities were pointed out by loIers of ' horseflesh,. whilst each favorite i hall its own adtmir ing group. Of thel ot it would be hard to say which was t...
Mirboo. Wednesday, Sept. 28th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
Mirboo. (By OGr (9ton Corr'espo?l denr.) W?luesday,i SepL t2l2th 1887. The dialtotl Ilialil has attained. a depth ,of IL1 fe?t, and the iadicatintl are hopleful ni Itheextreme. Thr.ogh the cortwt-tay of the tmanager yur replrlor had the pleasure .ofa thltoroglh inlspattlnm of the drill ope :: 'titns. Althtolgl at aso great a depth, the ndrill is workinig i a very sniath amnncr, -that would indicate thel alightet pIasiblu .Illection front the 13nmlt. A se. o[t -splendid quality was passed thrttlgh It it dl.pth of 900 feet. ' This i sullnfiient to p:.ne that cail is to Ie foune at a tdupthl udlerlying the astrfaEe Ceatns.. From the prernul favorable intdicati:ms there is litt:e doubt a good payable nean will he met with before a: tmrcht greater luelith in at. it ined. It in the intention of thit. lin a dtepartlment to prosencute te 'earch to It depthi of 2,000 feet. Thi will Im do1ne in each, ca.t of ti- Ibores on thiu lines laid down bhy the government geologist in teast inttg the ca...
Coal Resources. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
Coall Resoui'rcis, --o 'rThe Minister of Mines has decided tIo scud a third diamuond drill into Gippsland (says the " Argus") .for the puIrpose of pruceenting more vigorolsly the work of prospecting for coal measures. D)rills areo already in operation at Cape I'Patter.son and 31irboo, and a third drill-ono of the+ larger size-is about to start boring at Ilazelwood. ''loe Minos department has instiructions to thoroughly test .the likely parts of Gippaland before prospocting any other part of the colony ; but Us soon as a diamond drill is availalle for the purpos. a seiries of bores will he put down in the vicinity of Apollo Bay. The lines of i systematic exp.loration for coal have bIeer laid down by MAr RIt. A. F. Murray, geolo gical surveyor, after careful extmtination of the country, and the borings of those lines are to be carried oni cnntinouslv. Prospecting for coal has been carried on in thtis colony, at ditterent timtes and in 'ario?i localitieso for mant y years past, and in ...
ON THE PLATFORM. Melbourne,Telephonic Exchange, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
u F'il," ; ltt':it- . lelephon:c Ixcha::e, SGazete" Dev:l.--'. Ignoranm ! lAre yo thluere: ?" fgnorantu.-" \Wha, ho ! tthere." " Grette" Devil.-" Hell O', Sir! C-r bItore. i tlhe watch- . "'igilnt as ever. G(ates closely grIain aginst sc.ape of Ignortce. I can do nothling." lgnoranos.-(Loquitor) "C ifonond that watchlll Ceorerns. I'In all abroad for want of knowludge,inl the Devil o whomn I relied is but a pntty iltr, who cannot oh. tain tihe release of ly father Ignorance, and I am left tihe only Ignoramnus in the outer world - colpanoiotness, alone" (wsops). A reverend gentletnan las been at mnch pains to trace back the genealogical tree of Queen Vi:toria, and lie lir~ls she is tihe direct lineal descendant of King David tl.e Posalnist. It is a tough job g.iiing back 3,000 years throulgh the family branches of our illustrious Queen. It lright, however, been in well to have gonn back as mitany moore vears, and no dioubt a ilirect relation ship t Adana coulid t provedl. Research in ...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
TO-MORROW'' SEIVICES. ------ - YESL.YAN OCIuRCII.-Divine Pervice will be hehl in ti above ve church on Smdnay next as follows : Ilazolwood, 11 a.mu.; har.oelwood North, 3 p.m. ; Morwell, 7 nl.m. Mr. .1. Algbi. Lecturo at lhazelwoodt on .Monday, Oct. 3. PR:snBYTErIAN C(nunonI.-Divine service will bo holdh in the abovu church on Sunday next as follows :-n Morwell, 11 a.m.; Boolara, 3 p.m. Yiunar, 7 p.m. Mr. E. Eldridgo. CuincIn or lEsor,an.-l.ivino servicen will bo held in the boro chulllrch on Sunday next i20 follows : Yinnar, 11 a.m. ; Driflliel, , p.m. ; Mor well, 7 p.mn. Mr. A. Edwards.
Moe. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
(FIrom our ovite Ceorr.,pond.L) T['ha spi:l ioe'ing of tihe oitl ta( C,.. liie? C.. waes el I itre Siee '.I 23ir,, it the ,tiMie of the cotnpanty. Mr. Lewis .,f So th Mili curne was eecte.l to the e.ih:r. The los ineisu of thl moe .tilg was e'fected, and it wais decideio t float a p:iblie entteanty under the limtited liability Act, in 511,000) s' ares at £1. The folhowing ge1nt'en.. were aplOtinteod prvisional directors : Mtessrs. laker, 31.L..A., S. elFarlanl, Solicitor. M1ellournoe F. G. lewie, Sel:c' tor, Mchlunrono ; .1. II. Atwood, I, lo; .1. l'eterkin, 1.l'., 'T'arralguon ; .J. Uuthridge, Meltlourne; lRaynor, of P'eck, lhldsoln and Iqa'or, Sale. Ar the Moe Coil Mine, I met with ita MIr. W\. tlllanch Brain, an English Coald Mit'ng Ei:gineer, whit has bees employed by the several companies here, as Colunlttinog-.E. gi neor, and whose report I herlewith annex tn the prospects of the probable find in the diIuond drill, now engaged in boring oieratilons at Mirboo. It will be seun t...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1887. DIAMOND DRILL OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
'OX 'O P.ULI. (.IULIIIEFI .ib t,'I'RY SATURDAY). f SATUaDAY. OCTOBlEI 1st, 1?s7. I)AMI.INI)D DRIIL OPEAT'I'IOS. Tn.vr another di:unond drill will shortly be in operation in our neighlorhood will be hailed with intense satisfaction. The Goverrunent has decided to send a drill capable of boring 2,000ft, to the IInzel wood Coal Company's ground, and there is every reason to hope, that on this occasion, a fair test will be given, as the initention is to reach a depth of 2,000ft. It will be'rememnbered that in the latter end of 1881, considerable ex ertions were put forth by Mr. George I'irimin and others to obtain a diamond drill to test the Hazelwood Flat. 'The opinion being,'that the seanms of coal outcropping in lilly's Creek woull ex tend to the flat, where there woull he more likely found, unbroken and con tinuous. A sunl of £150 was raised, principally by the exertions of the gen tlemen before mentioned, and a pro misedl subsidy resulted in a large drill, under the management af M...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGWNCE. -o Live Stock leport., Mot:wetr., Sept. 26. eossrs. J. Orr & Co. report :--During the week we sold sover.l stmall edd l.ts iof fats and stores at most satisfactory prices, also a totns of workers at £ 12 5s per head. Oar yardl a:t Mr. Breed's were fairly well supplied, prices ranging somewhat similar to late iutatilon. UOr sales were as fiol lows :-Ilillocks freon 13 to 4 ye ars old, £:ito £Oa ; tesr from to to 21 years, lotw conditionedi, £2 Os to £3 ]J ; store cows, low conditiune.l, £2 I ts to £3 12s thl. A mob of 70 weaouars at £2 Os 0td ali riotid. lliorsa?s.-UI aceon:t of John! (.uiigley, ELil.--" Young Clyde," and tack ling at £33. l1acks frolitl 4 utp toi £G 2s fit and £8 10s. Pigs.-None fuorwir;L. Unr next sales are at 'iloingahbio, \Wednes day next, Toungabbie Ilotel yards ; 'l'r.t r.,gon, Monday, Oct. 3rd ; Tuesday, lley tliul, Oct. 4t11, see iadvt. Any a isount of enquirios for forward Store bullocks. Dairy Protduce. Marriage, Laiwreison,...
CONCERT IN AID OF BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 1 October 1887
COINCEII IN AlIi OF lII.RSS l.I NI). -----4-- The conccrt in aid of 3lorwell Ilrmas lBantl Inst night wals aln lunlgilil'il suc cess. At the tine of openiilg, the hall was well filled, alnd the \vrious perfire iformers net with a thoroughly appre ciative andience, which testified their pleasure in prolonged bursts of applaIusCe. Owing to the length of the prograinte, the uiulience, good hulnonredly, dlid nit insist on encores, to which they were prompted by the merits of the perfor Alri. Murdiocih prove- d a very ellicient chair'man, dischargingt he. gllant duties of his position with cclht. The concludling farce of Hiench and Iltulani was tile feature of the enltertllin tIll0., The it?rit ? chtraeters were well sustaiined, and tthe excitemtent of the ndit itiene?e rose to fever hent in thet contest., wh'en Ile ehl hail sloppetd rowing, n?d it l'ecamte evidlent, a swindle had been per petrated, nid anlthoiugh aopponente, they w're really rowing in th?e samne boat. "he following is t...