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ON THE PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 8 October 1887

\ I'IlI il.E 'rTFOR. (mt c tIrints.) l'Titi Marquis of Ailhsbury ostracised froum the British turf is recoumlendlled to hide his ,diminishel heal in Aus tralia. I-ow welcome to the Snobocracy t would the noble Marquis be! Ie would be received with open arms, feted and carressed, as one of the (11)uplper h(order). who has the means of main- t tainiing his ositiol with dignity. This word amongst " Australian Society" means money, and mon.ey is known to cover a multitude of sins. That the Marquis had " roped a horse" would not be deemed a less pardonable offence in Australia than in England, we are aware, but our wealthy society lilell, we are equally sure, woull be delighted to recognise the 3Marquis amongst their set. Tnu Speaker in the Legislative Asseum bly was was elected by a majority of 1. Diversity of opinion was fully expressed regarding the relative merits of the as pirants to office, and the Government were denounced as having perpetrated a job, and the newly elected Speaker...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, SEPT., 30TH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 8 October 1887

uarracam Shire Connaell. FnOr AYT, SEIT., 10rn, 1887. Present :--Cm. Pope (president, in the 'chair). Searlett, Howlett, Moore, liobinson, Semith, Olarenslaw, Hastlhorpe, Stanton; 'Colenian, Geahi, and Vary. COntRESPONDDESC. From the.Department of Lands a wl Sur vev, stating that tenders for draining the -3loe swalr wouhl probably he called in iaediately after the necessary fund. Ihad been Iprovidedl by I'arliar:at ;provision to the extent of £1,000 was made ain the *estiimaute for 1887-88. Fromn the Depart anent of teblic \Works, stating that dinaims ,for mloney expcnlede in rlepairing and improving the \alhalla tia, nld repairing M~oe viaduct, could not be paid oltil th? 'money had been revoled h' .Parliament. From Central Board of ltea'trh, forwarding -copy of a letter receiveld 'fam Messrs. Buckland Bros., complair.ing of the dis .gusting and dangerous state of things in the township of M1o, relative to the dis .posal of niglhtsoil, and urging immediatet attention thereto; see r...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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HALELWOOD C.M.I.A. (TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 8 October 1887

I[XLEL\VOOD C.3I.I.A. (TO 'TIE EeDITOP. OF .,IORIWit,L ADcntR:n'lERn.) Sln,-By your rrleprt of the Inst meeting of the liazelwnal C.M.I. Assaciatien it woutld plpear that the non-smoklers had decidedly- the best of it. which, I maintain was not the case. As far as sltnu argI - tlent went, the smokers had far the best of It. The langItage used by the essayist atld his supportortrs was very forcible in its way, but the assertions were, for the most part, thellcoretical. Such statements as, sllmoing shortens life, smoking injures it mal physi cally, Iiiontally, andI spiriually, are very casily mtade, but impossiblu to prove satis factorily, and, theretore, they should not have any w'eighit whatever. With regard to the so-called admirable speech by h'rs. )Dnstana, "which left the smokers with hardly a leg to stand on,' allow me to give twoi extracls. Firstly, this lady stated that, "she lhad noted for a fact, that amongst the men vlheo have een i her emplo'y oi, the farm, those wtho san...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 8 October 1887

MOIRWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, '(LAT.IE OF THE CRICKITEIRS' IHOTEL.) BEGS to'inform his nunerous Friends and the iublic Generally, lthat he lai. Purchased -. thabobo"well-knownn-hostelry-, and has thlroughly ltenolvateil and hrewly Fur nished it Throughout. Ileow offers P IRST-CLASS ACCO?I.1ODATION for Travellers, Visitors, and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCKS BILLIARDI) TAI.BLE WINES AXND SPIRITS OF THIE BEST PROCURABLE BIIAN DS. HORSES AND BUGGIES ON IRI11t. G-RASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. 'ST''RLNI G AND 'CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL, MOR WELL. -o EDMDUND KELLEHER, P 0 P OP I T 0 R. I'RST-C':LASS .ACOOM.M31)ATION FOR C;SITOR?s AND COMI SMEI1CR?'t TB R,1Y?LLE,1I? . A11 Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the. Choicest Brands. GOOD STABLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. Buggies anl 'Saddle florses Always obtainable on Hlire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, •&'O t WE t 'L -Henry Breed, Proprietor, H ?VI?N?G just'purdhrases tits fIamnus. Rotel, 1 Which'for comfor? andu .-lder oil otiher' ex...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 8 October 1887

BIRTH DAVIDSON.—On Tuesday, Sept. 27,   1887, at Commercial Road, Morwell,   the wife of Frank L. Davidson, of a son.  

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 8 October 1887

CUIIIRRENT NEWS. L.OCAL 1~DusTar.-n- essrs. Rintoul and Crimmins have just completed, to the order of Mr. F. Firmin, a very neat, strong buggy, , The whole of the work, including the paint ing, is done in a way that reflects the highest I credit on the builders. On show is another buggy of a lighter description, tastefully painted, and well-finished in every respect, which cannot be excelled in any workshop in Gippsland. ACCIDENT AT YINNAn.-We regret to state that Mr. Chas. Wicks, of Yinnar, met , with a serious injury on Thursday morning I last, which resulted in his thigh bone being broken. Mr. Wicks had mounted a young horse that had been broken in, and then turned out for a spell. The animal bolted, and Mr. Wicks threw himself off at a place which unfortunately happened to be a piece of corduroy road, with the result above-stated. The young man was removed to Shle, for the purpose of having his injured limb attended to. TRY AGAIN LODGE, I.O.G.T.-A meeting ofthe Morwell Good Temp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

GOVERNMIET ADuERTISEWhzNTu. V- iR. NIENDE RS areinsit- t fos r the ERECTION of GOODS SHED ANtI PLATFORM at Yinnar Station. Particulars at the office of the Engiecer for existing lines. Spencer-street, and at Warragul, Maorwell. and Sale stations. iPre liminary dceojsit £10. Tenders, accompanied by the ncecsoary deposit, aod clorsed . Tender for Yianar Goodls Shed, etc.," most be deposited in the tendci lin. secretary's office, Spetncer-street. Meltoaurnt, at or before 12 o'clock noon of MONDAY. 2tlh October. Nao ,tender will nccess·rily he accepted, fly order of the Commissioners. P. P. LABEItTOUCHE, Secretary for IRailways. Final Series of tle Juibilec Excursions to Adelaide Exhibition. On Fridays. 7th, 14th. 21st, and 28th October. and 4th, Ilth, and 18th Novcmber, a Jubilee ExcOurion Slecial train will leave Moltborne at 9.50 a.ml: picking ptl passengers at Geelong. Ballarat, Ararat, Stanwell. Murton, Ilorehamnn;Dimboola. Nhill. and Serevmeton stations. The specials will reach Ad...

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OUR DISTRICT SIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

OUR DISTRICT SIRES. VICTOR's Mronri. : The property of Mr. Tl'homas Walsh of Spring Valley, near Marwell, stands at the owner's farms, and travels the surrounding district. Victor's Model is a grand type of the Clydesdale class, exhibiting all the chlraeteristics of the race, denoting perfect purity, free from any strain of the English. Shires horse. H is a rich hay horse; Ihoronghly well de veloped, taping in perfect proplrtin, pom sesses splendid well-feathered legs, iand gives grand measurement, both in the forearmn and bIelow the" knee, splendid garkins, and is well-ribbed home. Victor's Model has taken innumerable prizes, bo I in the Western District Shows andl Gipps land. andl hi leaves his stamp upon his stock, which are abundant in the district, and are highly prized for their good quali ties, both in formt and tractable tempera ments. The services of this horse are cheaply obtained at I4 4s. Mcnr'" FARtea : This is a dappled grey horse, rising 5 yri., and standling over 16 ...

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Walhalla. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

Walhalla. --o- (From our own Corirespondent.) Ai ancident, which fortunately was not attended with very serious results, hap pened to the Mioe to Walhhalla mail coach oni Tueday cvening last. lWhen between I'earson's Point and Walhalla, it was met by a large carrier's waggon and eight horses, in charge of Mr. En right, and, while passing in tle sideling cutting (which fortms the road between the above metetienei townships), one of the leading horses in the coach began to plunge. and was carried back and jammed in Ibetween both vehlicles. The driver anll passengers were unhurt the other three horses were unharnessed, antd with the mails sent on to Waihlan, but it was not before the wheels had bIee taken off the coach, and a good deal of Scotch'narigationi had been per formed. This took over two hours be fore the other horse could lie extricated, which was foulnd to have received such injuries as to necessitate a long " spell" before he is able to traverse the rinds attached to a coac...

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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

(TO THE EI.TOR IORWELL A?I yR?TISER.) SIn,-As there are a great many ad verse conllllents imlade on the action of members of Parliament in getting free passes granted to them after seven years of toil and anxiety for our welfare, will you kindly allow me the use of your valualle columns to make a few remarks thereon ? I shall pass over the action taken by such bodies as the Narracan Shire Council in tile matter as unworthy of notice on my lart. Why, sir, instead of free passes only, they ought to have free refreshments and quarters wherever they might choose to go within the do uminion of the British realm. I would also suggest that a Parliament lenevo lent Asylum be established, to provide for members and their families during their natural lives-the same to be elaborately furnished, and provided with a..ll the luxuries procurable. The whole working of the establishment to be under the sole manitgemnent of the n~efnbers themsclves, which would ensure the ma chinery being well greas...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

LE'rEIs TO TilE EDIT R. TO CORRIESPONDIENTs. [OurT ceImnms are aclays open to the pubslicfnfr expression uf' opinion, pro ridted the correepsbsi ensa iteetempersute isa cherscter bbut tee weish it to be dis tiwctt1 wnder-stooeet thatt. we de sent identifey ourselvce's swith the sspsieiosssss tIhesein exSpressed.]

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGEN-E. Live Stock Report. Messrs. Marriage, Lawrenson and Laidlaw, report having held a very: successful clear ing sale forMessrs. C. and J. Farmer at their honcstead, Mirboo North. There was a large attendance, and peverything brought good prices. Calves upto £1 15s; young steers and heifers £2 12s. 6d to'£4 10s.; milkers and springers, poor condlition, £6 5s, horses £4 15s to £15, sowsn' to £2, etc. We also report having let Mr. J. Gannon's farms to Mr. J. T. Coinan at a satisfactory rent, also during tl.o week we sold a draft of laismb at 6s; a couple of hacks to £18, and 47 steers, 2-yrs, £3. Next sales:- Wednesday moontldy eale, Mirboo North; Friday Dans clearing sale, Driflicli; Monday, Traralgon Market. Messrs. Marriage Lawrenson and Laid law reporn:-320 yarded, all of which were sohl. Toddies from £1 16. to £2 5s; Iheifers £3 2s and Gd; to £3 10s; cows to £5 Messrs. Jackson Orr. andi Co. report for week ending. Monday, October 10:-We hold our opening sale a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

FLOEli .hILL?,. FLOUR MILLS. MAFFRA Bra, Pollard. ple'ndid quality of flour can be supplied 1J at lowest price. TlIllE Proprietor begs to inform the pub . c that his Flour is uosurlpassed in quality, as it is manufnctured on the up proved lungarian system, which admits of SIX DRESSINGS. The ? c\ehstu Ilungarinn M?achiuery is set up in the Miull, and the .lour s" ' 'lurnffcwturer by an .Ex perienced. Mfiller jorn lungar,• . A Trial is Solicited Which will Establish the Superior Excellence of the Prodauction. uArther Partioulaur in ?uture .d* rtimseoment. Bran aHd Pollard Zn Any Quantity,.i ID. MILLER, Proprieter . Pro.. IrfesYional. Wý. WALDON, Estate and Financial Agent, COMMERCIAL ROAD, MOIIRWELL. ROPER~TIES 'fr Sale or to Let in all -paorteaof Gippsland.. M ONEY to lend in large or small sums. AGENT for Colnoinl Muttual Life, and . Commercial Union Fire Insurance Societies. A GENT for Messrs. W. lnmilton and Co. Mr. William Seymour Fergie, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND) PROCTOR, May be ...

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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. PROBABLE OVER-PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

VOX POP ULI. (PUBLISIIED EVERIY SATURDAY). MATUIIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. PROBABLE OVER-PRODUCTION. TuI question of over-production is one of very grave imtpeortance at present, when we consider the great extent the interests and welfare of. the colony are hinged upon the -production- of the soil, Numerous changes have occurred in the methods by which the soil has been alienated from the Crown. The first arrangement was the disposal by auction, and prior to 1840, the minimum price was 12s per acre. Since this -time it 'was raisodito £1 per acre. Immediately after the first flush of the goldfields, which attracted large crowds of imnni grants, att' tion ws.sdirected to the easy acquirement of land, and since 1860" when a law. was passed permitting sur veyed country lands to be selected at the upset price of £1 per acre, the aliena tion from the Crown has gone steadily on, until the Land Act 1884 has virtu ally dealt with the remainder available, Consequent on the settlement of our agri...

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"Out of evil comes good." (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

"Out of evil comres.good." (TO T li E.DTOn MO)ariet,. AtI)?uItTISER.) Stn,-One of the chief topics of the day just now is the " Free Passes " for ' our \ML.A.'s after seven years' service. In omy opinion, Sir, the thaniks of the electors of Victoria shouhld be tendered to Mlr. Hall and his followers for bringing the subject so prominently before the public. It is a topic that should have been stirred iu long ago, and the named gentleman and his fol lowers have done it very offtcttllaiv at last. I consider no objection could arise to free passes being given to members of cities, towns, or shire coulncils, when attending public business. But why should free ipsses be given to memlbers of parliament of adjacent colonies ;and wives, governor's aide-do-camp, private secretary, and butler. Handicappers and secretaries of Victorian lRacing and Amateur Turf Clubs, Austra lian and Victorian Coursing Clubs, Officers of tihe Imporial Naval anll Military Fite s, during their stay in the 'colony...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

CURRIENT NEWS?. OUr ConRESPONDE?cgE.-The Free Pams system is dealt with inl a manner that might denote "sarkasm," were it not that one of of our correspondents is open to receive ' contributions in aid," and, from what we know of him, we are confiduent he would have no ulterior designs. Mo COALFIEnDS.-- Mr. Brain, an English expert mining engineer, speaks confidently of the future of 3Mo coalfields. He is at present engaged in taking levels, ancd makling surveys for the Mloe and Narracan coal Ccom panics. PETTY TIIuFT.-During the past week out attention was called to an individual en gaged In removing part of a weekly wash. If the individual in question will he good enough to restore the ill-obtained property without delay, a great deal of inconveniene will thereby be saved "not" to the owner, to whom the clothes lost score not of great consideration. DIAMOND DRItL.-3Mr Reginald Murray, the Government geologist, in company with Mr. Ehrenberg, thle lessee of the ground at Hzcelwohol ...

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Hazelwood North C.M.I.A. (TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

(TO THE .:DL'fOIT OF .On, W'Efr. AD)VEttr[sER.) Stn,-I foul duly.bounod to reply to a letter signed "Smoker," whlich appeared in last Saturday's issne. Firstly, SImoker savs "It would appear that the-ion-smokeirs lad the best of it, which I tmaintain was not thie case." Now, Sir, I- ask.you, and uny of your iatelligoet readerý if, after boith sides had been well discunsedl, and a vote taken, resulting in a victory for the cssanist with only 4 against, if we had not the best of it ? Smoker charges the essary ist with theory, which I concilud is wrong, as all le broughtl forward was supportalI by facts. If any pcrson used theory it ?rwa the defenders of the weed ,'as they hajd no legititllato foundation for their i'emarks, but gave unhridled license to speculation anll exaggeration. Such ta stateoent as the following-" What is it that has mlade tihe essayist such a speaker ? but sminking." anl, a;s far as the arguments addleed by the essayist "having no weight whatever,' I would like ...

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PRIZE ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

I'PRIZE EIsat. B1 Wit.t.IA.s 'l.sCoE. On the advantages to he derived from Associations instituted for Mutual Aid of any kind : The word "Association denotes the act df associating or constititlin. a sniety, and is aloays applied to a criefileratinn or com bination. of individuals joined in. fellow. ship, for the promotilon of sorte, oljeect or objects. The word " Mutual " means reciprocity, that is, equal rights or benefits- to cI- mlu tuall}yvielded or enjoyed-to return like for like-to give and receive. This word expliins the fundamental principle of the society, or the nature ofthe contract or compact entered into lIbeteen each and all the members forming the association or society. It is a mutual contract by which all are bound together for. carrying out somo object or objects, calculated to be of equal benefit to alt, without distiti'tion. The contract being mutnual each memnber bidls.himself to do certain- things, anti to contiibute a given sumn,, stipulated., in the rules or...

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Traralgon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

ITraralgen Shire Coancil. The ordinairy monthly meeting was held Yesterday, when there were present :-Crs. kellateer (president), Peterkin. Varne Boerk., Blycolneb, Sommers, Firti? Campbehll. to ckThe minte n of the preaiouy m eetina 'ere read and ti onfired on the rmoftion f Crs. Bodycomb cad Somte r o CORaesronsct: - From Weights and Measures Union, Sale, wetting forth result of their last liieeting, and giving the basis on which the deties ella'alariei of the oeffee had beua reor -ginised. From Xafra Shire Council, in atimating that they had decided to sever from the Unioh, bnt the Avon Connail stated that they had 'come to a different decision. From Railway Comteiseioners .acknoledging application for 1,00)0 cubic yards 'at gravel for street formation in Trarelgen. and would supply it About the end of tie present month. Sept. Beaver -sounld iot accede to tim request for the retentien of Constable t'Kane at Troralgon or. ' departmental reass," alsho stating that Mt'Kane had papli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887

Atuctioneer'; .tdres?ss. wHanlilun & Co STOCK STATION AND COMtMISSION SAGELNT G'1ELBOURNE ANT) WAIRAGUL ' UAjCTION Sales conducted in a inn' rt i of GIt shnd reigularlyr every iattr day fortniglt nt our vards, M1 tuln , nl, ta Monday fortnight at" our Yanrd, IMorell, rnd i tiinthly iat.\ arranl', Dronin andl Pioo w-n*'e, iu at the .Melhourne Cortporatioln YnrdJa Newnutrket, ov.ry- week. 'VLUATIONS MADE ' MOsEY TO .,.END: ..s LARGE; ORl SMALLt SUMS ON FREE IIOLD OR LEASEIIOLD S IE?a OFFICE: 70 Queen street, ,Melbourne. PUBLIC NOTICE. A BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AT cotts Iloyanl lhotel, Warragul, under the MANAGEMENT Or Mr: `Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Quecn street, Melbourne. MORWYELL MARKET. '- OND'AY, OCT. 24, 1887. t???T . f TAMILTON & :CO. will hold ....their tlitl Eortnightltt Sale Oat - Iorwellont tondav,Augutst 15, 1887, when t they will offer : V On account of Mr. Jothn Q oulgley- Aboutt 50 Iheadl of really good 3-year Sld st...

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